Why is it that some people seem to have a much harder time ‘getting’ meditation or self-realisation?
There can be many reasons why some people may have a harder time with meditation or self-realization. Here are a few possible factors:
1. Lack of motivation or interest: Some people may simply not be motivated or interested in meditation or self-realization, which can make it more difficult to practice consistently.
2. Difficulty focusing: Meditation and self-realization often involve training the mind to focus and be present in the moment, which can be challenging for some people.
3. Distractions: External distractions, such as a loud or busy environment, can make it difficult to concentrate and be present during meditation or self-realization practices.
4. Personal challenges: Some people may have personal challenges that make it difficult to relax and let go during meditation or self-realization, such as anxiety, depression, or stress.
5. Physical discomfort: Some people may find it difficult to sit still or find a comfortable position for an extended period of time, which can make it hard to fully engage in meditation or self-realization practices.
It’s important to note that everyone’s experience with meditation and self-realization is unique, and it’s normal to have ups and downs on the path to deeper understanding and realization. With consistent practice and patience, it is possible for anyone to develop their skills in these areas.