Meditation and brain fog?
Does it feel like you can hardly remember the present? Are you struggling to pay attention to detail? Do you feel unexplainably irritable and disoriented? Is your mind searching for a way out of the abyss? Do you want to see what and how you’ve been blinded? Are you ready to drive in broad, abundant daylight with just an ounce of clarity?
Look no further. Miracle Meditations has got you covered. You will find the missing link between meditation and brain fog. Because in this article you are going to learn what correlation meditation has with brain fog and more importantly how the former eradicate the latter. That said, you deserve miracles.
You are weightless shoulders. I mean, come on, the irony between meditation and brain fog is the least bit surprising. It is time to remember that your natural state is freedom, peace, and clarity. Therefore, this article will help you reclaim the crown your brain stole. Thus, however you feel, that is valid. I encourage you to see how your emotions might’ve blinded you and how to use them as a strength. After all, how you feel is what makes you most human.
As you can imagine, meditation acts as the antithesis to brain fog. Because of this, you can expect the following in this post:
- The Grass is Greener
- I can see clearly now
- Faster than a Hare
- Smarter than a Tortoise
- I’m Walking on Sunshine
- Light as a Feather
- Life is a Comedy
Indeed, these seven points encapsulate just a fraction of what to expect when meditation puts brain fog to shame.
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Grass is Greener
Without a doubt, life can seem hopeless when you cannot see a way out. Whenever you feel like you are on a Titanic, you are not in the best place to think clearly. Plus, life has a way of bringing the worst out of you. As a result, it might feel like life is working against you. However, none of this is your fault. Believe it or not, you can still survive a sinking Titanic.
Matter of factly, you can thrive to tell the story.
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This is the quickest way to embrace a solution. It helps you to get tapped into your true self. Real talk, you are not the ego. You are not the challenges, obstacles, and struggles you endure. And yet, you are stronger, greater, and better.
It’s just a matter of shifting your focus. Of embodying your greatest, most hidden truths within. Essentially, you realize that all the clouds obscuring your vision must pass.
This too shall pass.
While it might seem the opposite right now, a very valid and legitimate interpretation, things are going to get better. The fact that you’ve made it this far proves to me that you have all that it takes to succeed. And above all, you’ve proven it to yourself.
Furthermore, when you are out of balance with all that is clear, concise, and cordial, you must do what realigns you. And meditation is a way to envision a better future and outlook on your life. Again, it is one breath away. It requires investment.
The grass is greener on the other side because that’s where the real you reside. That’s where the real you started.
Now is the time to return to your roots as the universe is rooting right by your side. Focus on the fresh, green grass.
I can see clearly now
Moreover, meditation helps you to see from a more panoramic, holistic, and collective perspective. Before you know it, you begin to identify yourself with a part of the whole. A tree within the forest. Yet, you see how blind you used to be. It dawns on you how much you thought you knew but didn’t. You see the sunshine brighter than the most illuminated pair of eyes.
You weathered the storms. Never have you felt so grateful for the light. After what felt like forever in a day in the rain, your heart is ready to blossom like a flower.
As a result, your vision gradually transmutes from opaque to transparent. Your vibration goes from low to high in what feels like a blink of an eye.
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Because of this, life seems to move faster. You feel the Source swelling. Your heart beats like a percussionist’s drum.
It’s like a religious experience that now you can see. For once, your eyes are not only wide but also open. WIde open in the soul of your True Self.
Above all, you dance in a vibrant meadow of sunshine, daisies, and laughter. Knowing that you are way more powerful than you once saw. Your destination is not such a stretch. You can see the blueprint’s solidifying sketch.
Now that the rain is gone, you scream to the heavens, “I can see clearly now. I always knew the sun would come tomorrow.”
Faster than a Hare
Do you move faster when you are heavier or lighter? Does it feel like you are more productive when you are mentally tired or energized? When is the last time you took off like a bullet with weight(less) shoulders?
Naturally, you go faster when you feel lighter. For instance, the higher your vibration, the faster it vibrates.
You are always emitting a vibration out into the universe. So, when you give out positive vibrations, that’s what you receive.
As you can see, the same applies to the concept and actualization of meditation. The more you meditate, the less brain fog you’ll encounter. Plus, who knows you might see a rainbow.
The best thing about this is that meditation makes you more equipped than a sprinter. It makes you a natural-born, professional, mentally athletic, and fit marathoner.
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Yes, mental stamina is just as important as physical stamina. Therefore, the fog dissipates when your brain is activated.
And whether you are physically exercising or otherwise, meditation is sure to keep your brain in shape.
If you meditate daily, you are building your brain up to standard. Indeed, the lighter you feel, the stronger you feel. And vice versa.
After all, you can run faster when the obstacle course is as clear as day.
Smarter than a Tortoise
I did some research and found out that the higher your vibration, on average, the smarter. Likewise, it is similar to how adequate of a night’s rest you get on a typical night. Provided that regular sleep deprivation can lower one’s IQ by a standard deviation (15 points), you can only wonder how that applies to brain fog and the lack thereof. Interestingly enough, all these things are related.
You catch on quickly when you aren’t sickly. Brain fog is a sign of deteriorated mental health. It can be a result of the food you eat, how much water you consume, the percentage of your mental batteries, the people you surround yourself with, and much MORE. Despite this, meditation gives you a resilient, clarifying framework to put everything back into order and gear.
And we all know that the tortoise is smarter than the hare. Luckily for you, meditation makes you smarter and faster.
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It’s like the perfectly imperfect brand of bigger and better. Yes, meditation is all about non-judgmental acceptance, faults and all.
Also, your mental acuity is correlated to your mental weight. If your brain feels like an anchor, you will have a hard time absorbing new information like the natural sponge you are.
Consequently, you lead a life that is a shadow of what it could be. A measly fraction of your true, inner genius.
However, meditation can turn a mental frown upside down. With every breath you take, you are a step closer to being dense-free. With a simple count of three, you’ll feel lighter than a leave.
And while it takes time, you will see all that great you can be. Now just breathe and let the anchor be. You are smarter when you are free to think.
The clarity of the brain is in your genes.
I’m Walking on Sunshine
When your brain is buried in a graveyard of fog, I’m pretty sure some part of you resonates with everything under the sun. It’s like you are in an abyss of darkness. You can’t see the sun. And you certainly can’t perceive a way out. Freedom seems like a bleak ideology. Accordingly, you might begin to think you are damned to such an illusory life. You might wonder, “Is this it?”
Well, you couldn’t be further from the truth. There is always a way to break free. Nonetheless, it all begins with the way in which you breathe. Your mindset determines just about everything manifesting in your life. Just one thought alone can change the flow of your very being. By the same token, meditation helps you to get into a state of an enlightened being.
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The more the fog dissipates, the higher you fly free of mental debris. You wipe your eyes and see the beauty within as it reflects your scenery. No rose-colored glasses. But a rainbow viewing. Say goodbye to black-or-white thinking.
Then, before you know it, you rise to the sun (metaphorically!). Never has life been so clear. Never has the sky and ground been equally fog-free. Only to discover that you are the sunshine. You are walking on top of your brightest world.
It is like you have arrived on the new earth. In addition to this, you remember what it was like to be everything under the sun.
You rejoice in gratitude for how far you’ve come in the cloudless reins of freedom.
No more eclipses or debris as you can see.
Light as a Feather
Gone are the days in which your brain felt heavy as bricks. Gone is the brain fog that would never leave your psyche alone.
When you integrate meditation into your regular schedule, you will see the struggle subside. This doesn’t mean that you will be free from every little (or big) thing. It merely is a testament to how far you’ve come and will continue in the near and distant future. Essentially, it is the type of resilience you forge with old age. Only you respect your youth with each day.
Nonetheless, one has to wonder which falls faster: the brick or the feather?
Wouldn’t the feather start and end higher than the bricker?
Anyways, good vibrations flow to you with meditation. If you ever feel heavy as a brick, meditation is just a breath away. Speaking of which, there are few methods to eliminate brain fog other than meditation. Arguably, it is the clearest way to draw back the curtains and let the blinding light bathe the center stage.
The question won’t be: is my brain foggy? But rather, will my eyes be able to handle the blinding lights.
Expect to smile, laugh, dance, sing, and joke more with meditation aid. And always remember the fog has no room to stay when you are at the top of your game. Shine bright like a diamond. Vibrate lighter than a feather. Higher and higher!
Life is a Comedy
Sometimes you’ve just gotta, “Cry About it Later.” Regardless, there are still moments in which you cry tears of joy, or, of course, mourning. But now is the time to glad. Anyone who meditates is blessed with second, enhanced sight. It’s like your wildest dreams have become the most tangible of realities.
The issues you had days, weeks, months, years, and even decades ago seem like light years ago. You don’t seem to recognize the person you were. Why is that?
Because you were never that person. That person was a shell renovating the real you. Therefore, you laugh at just how blind, silly, and foolish before. In a nutshell, you’ve become your own spiritual guide.
You might silently wonder, “have I secretly been my Higher, Future Self all this time?”
The strongest attribute is that life gets funnier with time, which is laughably nonlinear and unreal.
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There is no past or future. Just always the power of now. The power of seeing that there is no fog in your brain. Only you buying into the illusion. As a result, you meditate on miracles. You come to the light and realize your natural state is elated.
Therefore, you are high on sobriety all day every day.
Life is a comedy when you no longer just a foggy brain. Life is a comedy when you meditate on enlightenment and sanity.
Above all, you learn how to let the bad times slide and the good times roll. After all, it is blindly obvious that laughter heals the brain with each note of infectious, bright energy.
Might as well play the brain like an organ in laughter’s name.
In the end, meditation is arguably the quickest, smartest route to leap fog the density in your brain. And, sure, this is easier said than done. First, you must realize Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day. Second, you have to realize that you have to slow down to speed up. Then, you’ve got to embrace your origins and see a final destination even greater.
Let the clarity, mentally or otherwise, flow to you. Just continue to meditate and be all things positive and high vibrational. Thus, and no matter what comes your way, you will weather the storm and reclaim your terrain.
You learn to leap fog when your brain learns how to let it dissipate. And you do that not by trying. Not merely by thinking or feeling. But by being.
Be free from brain fog. Be free from the anchor and embrace all that meditation has to offer and then some.
Anybody can do the leap fog when they meditate on miracles. Believe in what you can’t see and you will.
Know the fog is gone the moment your clarity returns to form.
You are clearer than breaking dawn.
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8 thoughts on “meditation and brain fog”
This certainly struck a chord with me, some days I can be so foggy I feel medicated. I can think back over a week and barely remember what I have done!
I sleep well and get exercise so I really am looking for something else to help bring me back to reality, caffeine only seems to exacerbate the issue!
I will definitely look into meditation and see if that can help bring me back to alertness, at this stage, I will try anything.
Yeah man, the struggle is real. Very relatable.
Perhaps meditation can serve as the antithesis to your struggle with coffee. I think that it is excellent that you get enough sleep and exercise. While it is important to do more of what works, do everything in moderation. I would definitely recommend meditation to dissipate the brain fog.
Let me know if you need help with anything. I am going to gladly support you.
I love your article about meditation and depression | tips to Manage and Thrive.
A piece of amazing advice and a great explanation about the guided meditation and how you can manage the pain, depression and everything else. Love it!
PS. I wish everyone to take into consideration this kind of advice.
No, thank you for taking the time to review my article(s). Just keeping being an angel!
Hey I love your story about meditation and mental health. I like to meditate in the morning too. It keeps my mental health in tact.
Its amazing how we can see the world both bad and good and all it depends from is from how our thinking is done by our brain. It all depends on how our mind processes things and how we can find ways to get out of bad situations instead of leaving life consume us. Most people think they don’t control their lives and they accept things as they come but this is far from the truth. Meditation can really help to overcome many obstacles as it changes the way we think of things. And this can be a huge advantage in many ways.
Hi! thanks for this review. I keep coming back to the idea of meditation. I tried it several times but I can’t develop the discipline to keep practicing. I must admit that after even a short session I did feel way better and peaceful. Somehow, I can’t ‘force’ myself to practice it regularly. Any help here? thanks!
Be gentle with yourself. Just embrace where you are and focus on all the progress you’ve made. The goal is being non-judgmental acceptance. And, you can’t force yourself to be ready. Allow yourself to cultivate discipline. It all starts with changing your thoughts, your feelings, and eventually your actions.