How to Get Back Into the Rythym of Meditation

A habitual practice that can lose meaning over time

Brandon Bell
6 min readDec 3, 2020


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In order to be at peace in today’s world, people recommend that you should meditate daily. Although there are other ways to find peace through unhealthy alternatives, meditation is a practice that can actually increase your health and gives you the option to do it at any time of the day.

Isn’t it crazy to think that we have a hard time sitting down, focusing on one thing?

While many have claimed that they have “mastered” the habitual practice, many people like myself have seen it lose meaning over time. Once you do anything for a long period of time, there will be days where you either get tired of the process, or you feel like it’s starting to lose meaning.

Luckily, with meditation, there are many avenues you can take when trying to find meaning in it again. Think about when you first started meditating, how did it feel and what did you like most about it? If your first time was anything like mine then you understand how hard it can be to sit in a still position for 10 minutes or more. But the journey that you embarked on with meditation has changed your life for the better when thinking about it in totality.

Of course, there were days where you may have felt like just skipping it but when you did force yourself to do it, you saw a great change in your life. So, how do you get your passion back for meditation? Well, there a few steps you can take when trying to rediscover the art but it’s important you understand that meditation will be tough at times but the pros definitely out way the cons.

Go Back To Guided Meditation

Guided meditation is not only for beginners, it was made to help people with meditation, even the people who’ve been doing it for a long time. If your process is becoming altered when it comes to your daily routine then you should think about going back to the basics to find some clarity in your process.

In guided meditation, you are given instructions to help you get the most out of your session. If your sessions lately consist of not being able to focus and moments of frustration, open up whatever meditation app you would like and listen.



Brandon Bell

A young adult who’s writing is geared towards self-improvement and self care. “We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.”