My impression of the first time meditating was an ambarrasing one. I walked in late due to a sick two year old at home. I walked into class and sat in the circle unsure of what exactly I was suppesed to do. I knew we weere meditating but I did not know that we were counting in our heads to ten. Although I didn’t know that we were counting I still felt a calm feeling come over my body. My mind was racing but, my body was very relaxed. The second time we meditated I felt more relaxed in my mind than my body. I started going a little crazy in my head. I found myself repeating “don’t move, forget about your leg, we are almost done” over and over in my head. My leg went numb and I was trying to forget about it but my leg was all that I felt. When the meditation session was finally over my leg was very numb but, the rest of my body was relaxed. I don’t think my mind was as calm as it should of been due to the thoughts invading my brain about my leg. I am excited to see how meditating can help my brain over come the thoughts that I am trying not to think.
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