Meditation How to: Getting rid of Anxiety

I started this meditation when I was 17. The reason I started then was that the math I studied at the time was too difficult for me, and it was difficult to concentrate on studying because I thought it seemed too late to study from the basics step by step, I was always hurry. As the pressure grew, I didn't want to study, and I wanted to escape from reality. I didn't want to go to school, and I didn't want to do anything. When I lay in bed, I couldn't fall asleep well. I fell asleep after two hours so I was tired every day because I had to wake up early the next day. My dad recommended me to meditate, so I started. While meditating, I was able to look back on myself calmly away from myself. At the same time, I realized why I was worried about the future. There was a lot of pressure to enter a good university, to take responsibility for my family as the eldest daughter, and to meet my parents' expectations, but in contrast, I realized that I didn't want to admit that I wasn’t good at studying.

If I hadn't meditated, I wouldn't have known why I was so worried about my future. Furthermore, when I actually abandoned my mind, I felt the pressure that was weighing on me gradually disappearing. It felt like a heavy stone was disappearing. After that, I didn't feel any more pressure even if I studied, and as I no longer had any worries about the future, I was able to focus on what I had to study. As soon as I lay in bed, I fell asleep, so I could study with a fresh feeling the next day. After that, I was able to calmly focus on the questions when I took the test and pass the university I wanted. I was so grateful that my mind became peaceful. While meditating, I learned that I could achieve what I wanted. In the end, I learned clearly that everything was a matter of my mind. I'm so grateful for this meditation method that changed me. Through this meditation, I hope you get rid of all your worries, anxiety and achieve what you want, and live a happy life.

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