How to Train Your Monkey Mind to Meditate Anywhere and Anytime

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I often hear people say they just don’t have the time to meditate.

This belief is the result of a common misunderstanding about how meditation really works and it is preventing millions of people from achieve a happier and more mindful life.

Just as buddhist monk Mingyur Rinpoche explains in the above video, meditation isn’t about sitting on lotus position for 30 minutes.

Sure, it can be a great practice to implement into your life but if trying to fit meditation in your already busy daily routine is going to create more stress for you, then what’s the point?

Instead, he recommends learning how to train what he calls your monkey mind to meditate anywhere and anytime, whether you are in an important meeting at work or enjoying a simple cup of coffee.

To discover exactly how to do this and hear is words of wisdom, watch the video above.

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Ben Baker is the communication officer and content editor for the team here at Science of Zen. His interest in personal growth topics range from mindfulness, meditation, neuroscience, performance psychology and natural health.