I like to make a small time commitment 3-5 minutes and just sit. it's not much but it can help you get back in the habit. Or I will single task it. One activity-no distractions and attention.
I was going to mention 5 minutes as well. Also, I find that doing Japa or Passage Meditaton is helpful when my mind feels resistant to sitting.
I think it is all about conditioning. When we're stressed is the perfect time for meditation but we are conditioned to react to stress with more stress. I've found that very short meditations during times of stress are incredibly powerful--but not until we condition ourselves to take those few minutes during the time of stress. That's my experience anyway. Namaste.Metaphysical News
Agreed with crazy eddie. Meditation during a crisis can be as quick as making a choice to either panic or breathe.
i almost always turn to meditation in a crisis. i've made it a priority to do this because i've seen the difference time and time again between breathing/not breathing in a crisis & noticed the crisis lasts much longer after the fact in my body when i don't breathe.
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