Johnny Dangerous wrote:I have two young kids that I am primary childcare for, and plenty of other responsibilities in addition... I'm often exhausted.
Anyone have some general advice for meditating when tired?
lisehull wrote:I live on the South Coast of Oregon, where there are no nearby Buddhist centers. I am a member of Kagyu Sukha Choling in Ashland, and travel there as often as possible, now with the bad weather I will probably wait until Spring for a visit. It's about a 3 1/2 hour drive from here.
floating_abu wrote:I am very lazy but the reality is a little cardiovascular exercise a day does wonders for the immune system and general health/well-being. Time is short but even 10 minutes can help and it is usually more do-able to a resistant mind
greentara wrote:johnny, I understand. When my children were really small all my emotions and energy was centered on the kids. You have to be realistic the children demand alot of your time. So perhaps you'll have to meditate less for awhile until they're bigger and both at kinder. Meanwhile sleep if you get an opening or chance then meditate even if its for 10 minutes.
You'll really have to go with the natural flow of events in a family situation.
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