The morning is a great time to meditate and to start your day off with set intentions and a clear mindset. Come find out the pros and cons of meditating times throughout the day.
Afternoon is also a great time to take a much need monkey mind break and clear that all away. However if you work, it would be difficult to get some quite time needed for a nice long meditate.
Evening is also a great time to meditate because you can go through all the thoughts for the day and clean that from your mind as well. The perfect thing to do right before you go do sleep however, from my experience, meditating at this time usually does turning into a nap 🙂
So when is the perfect time to meditate? For me, it’s dusk right before the sun sets. When the weather is nice I like to sit outside, face West and soak up all those warm colors (I’m always about the color) and bring that feeling in. If I’m inside, I like to put my salt lamp on, still face West (there is a reason for this but will talk about it in another post) and enjoy the lighting of just the minimal salmon hue of my lamp. It’s like a spa trip for my eyes.
I forgot to meditate last night but the night before that was awesome! My notes of “time” (apparently my theme for the year so far) came in with such clarity and visuals. It was such a cool experience.