Claire Eve Macdonald says:

Body Position During Meditation

I enjoy meditating but I think my meditation could be enhanced if I were more comfortable while meditating.  It is hard for me to find a completely comfortable position to sit in.  I try to sit cross-legged with my vertibrate straight up.  My right knee always feels tight and my right foot often falls asleep.  If my back is not leaning against something I begin to feel pain in my back after about ten minutes.  Then I begin to slouch but I try to come back to a straight back.  I think if I found a comfotable position I would want to meditate for longer.  Is it bad to lay down and meditate?  I know I would not let my body fall asleep.  Any advice?


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