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My Meditation General Daily Statistics

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In some of my articles, I share some of my meditation statistics with you. Of course, the day after I wrote each and every one of those articles, the statistical information was no longer accurate. I decided for the sake of accuracy to write this article so that the statistical information is true.

My Meditation General Daily Statistics

These are my statistics associated with my meditation.

I first started meditation on October 17, 2017.

I have practiced meditation every day since then.

Doing Daily Meditation Can Help You To Reduce Your Stress

One of the benefits of daily meditation is that it may help you to reduce your stress levels. I know next to nothing about meditation in early October 2017, so I decided to do The Master Your Mind Beginner online course. This showed me how to start doing meditation for a 2 minute session on day 1, by the end of the course, I was doing over 15 minutes daily sessions and had practiced a few different meditation techniques as well. I was then in a position to select one of the different meditation techniques and continue on with that. I sometimes do different meditation techniques for variety.

The Master Your Mind Beginner Course

This is an online course. This is a 5 week course and the course content covers meditation from a theoretical viewpoint and a practical viewpoint. The course is highly practical. By the end of the first daily session, you will have performed meditation for 2 minutes, assuming of course, that you follow the materials to the latter. ๐Ÿ™‚

This is a course about learning and doing different meditation techniques. By practicing different meditation techniques, you discover your favourite ones and practice that yourself into the future.

You learn about using unguided meditation which means that you are not dependent on outside resources. If you can sit on a chair in a quiet undisturbed place for more than 3 minutes a day, you can practice unguided meditation.

Meditation is a great technique to manage stress. Once you purchase the course, you have lifetime access to the course. So you could do as many refreshers as you find beneficialโ€‹, of specific lessons or the whole course, that would be completely up to you.

For me, during my stress management journey and my meditation journey, I used this course as it has some great relevant content and provided great practical information I was able to apply into my life straight away.

Read my review of this great course. Learn how to meditate on a daily basis. Learn 5 different meditation techniques. Click here to read my review.

My Meditation General Daily Statistics

So my current run steak with Meditation looks like below:

Date achieved Number of consecutive days doing meditation
Saturday, May 5, 2018 566 Days (Over 18 Months)

Last updated on Saturday, May 5, 2018
Please understand that I do not update this on a regular basis. I have other things to do, like meditation. ๐Ÿ™‚
Assume that my current run steak with meditation is still the same one continued on. Just determine the number of days between today and May 5, 2018; then add 566 to that figure and you have my current run steak with meditation.

For everyone who practices meditation on a daily basis, their current run steak will be different. It is unlikely that your current run steak is the same as mine, unless you also started your meditation on October 17, 2016. ๐Ÿ™‚

Let me know if you have any applicable thoughts on this great subject by leaving your applicable thoughts below. Many thanks. ๐Ÿ™‚

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2 thoughts on “My Meditation General Daily Statistics”

  1. Hello David

    This is a great topic and I’m sure would be beneficial to a lot of people. So there are three different courses, are they all five weeks long? When you go through the courses do you just continue to the next level or do you add on to the one you just finished? When you do it every day do you just start from the beginning again after the five weeks?

    • Hello Angie,

      Thanks for your comments. I am thrilled and delighted that you asked your questions because it showed me that some things needed to be clarified as I clearly did not see the forest for the trees. I clarified by updating the article above.

      There are 3 courses. They are not all five weeks long. They are completely separate courses.

      This is my number one course for learning how to manage stress. I did this course myself and I learned a number of additional stress management techniques that help me to manage my stress. You can read my review of this course by clicking here.

      This is my number two course for learning how to manage stress. I did this course myself and I learned 5 different meditation techniques that help me to manage my stress. You can read my review of this course by clicking here.

      Headspace is subscription based, so once your subscription is active and current, and you have completed the initial packs, you have access to a number of guided sessions inside of Headspace. So yes, you can do refreshers here too. For instance, Headspace have a 30 day pack on stress. I am in the process of doing this pack a second time. Same pack and I am finding it beneficial again. One of the other 30 day packs I did a while back, suggested redoing the pack as many times as I find beneficial. You can learn more about Headspace here.

      For me, during my stress management journey, I used and recommend all three. They all have something different to offer.ย 

      Let me know if you have any further questions or queries.


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