what’s the use in trying?

If you’ll ever start meditating, even a simple breath meditation, you might notice that you’re terrible at it. That you will fail constantly.

What’s even the use in trying doing it if these are the results?
As you’d expect, though, it’s normal to fail. As we do in many many areas of our life, the first times we learn something we are terrible at it.

But some goals highlight the failure much more prominently.
That’s why you feel you’re stuck in the same place with no results, whereas you’re actually doing small improvements. Those small improvements needed to move forward.

The hard thing about this is that those improvements won’t show for a while. They need some critical mass to show some real results, even if the improvements are real.

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