Best Brain Fog Meditations For Clarity Of Mind

There are many powerful “brain fog” meditations for clarity of mind.

Recently I’ve been suffering from brain fog after a stressful time in my life. So I started using meditation for clarity so I can clear my mind and see things with a better perspective.

As a meditation teacher who meditates every day, I usually have excellent clarity and can focus my mind. But you know what it is like. Sometimes life gets on top of us, we get stressed, and amongst the noise and business of life, we get lost and confused. It happens to us all at one time or another.

The good news is that we can use meditation for clarity any time we get brain fog. This leads us to be less confused, more able to focus, and better at remembering things.

The Benefits Of Meditation For Brain Fog

The common causes of brain fog are stress, anxiety, depression, new medications, and simply having so much going on that the mind becomes too full of information, making it impossible to see things clearly.

Meditation helps with all these causes of brain fog. So no matter the reason why you have brain fog, meditation will help.

Let me show you how I am personally using meditation for brain fog today and how you can do the same. And you might also like to read my article about using meditation for focus and concentration.

How I’m personally using meditation for brain fog today

I have a lot of stress going on in my life right now for personal reasons related to my health. So I am spending even more time meditating than usual.

The best meditations for brain fog and clarity are the simple ones. Which makes sense when you think about it. When we get brain fog, often it is because we have a lot of complicated situations going on in our lives. We have stress and pressure, which creates too many thoughts.

The solution to complexity, of course, is simplicity. By focusing the mind on something simple, namely the breath, we give the mind an opportunity to clear and regain focus.

If you have negative thoughts and brain fog, meditation will give you clarity

Three of the main causes of brain fog are stress, anxiety and depression. These conditions inhibit our ability to think clearly. When the mind becomes flooded with negative thoughts it becomes impossible to see clearly.

The way back to clarity is to reduce those negative thoughts and clear the mind.

Meditation is the very best thing for this. By meditating, we quieten the mind and clear away negative thoughts. There are various meditations that can help with this.

Tips for clearing your mind

Maybe what you’re really after is just a clear mind. There are some powerful meditations for clarity of mind. When we meditate, we reduce the whirlwind of thoughts and feelings that can blind us to reality.

Meditation is literally like cleaning the windscreen on your car. When there’s too much dirt and too many smudges on your windscreen you can’t see what’s in front of you. Same with the mind. When you have too many thoughts and feelings, you can’t see straight. So you need to clear your mind.

In my experience as a meditation teacher, some of the best meditations for clarity are auditory meditations. For instance, just try listening to some meditation music. This will relax your mind and restore clarity.

How To Practise Meditation With Brain Fog

One of the slight problems when using meditation for brain fog is that it can be hard to focus enough to get into the meditation practice.

If you try to sit to meditate, but you find that your mind simply will not focus, I have a few recommendations for you.

For starters, limit yourself to the straightforward meditation techniques, such as basic mindfulness meditation.

Another alternative is not even to meditate but just surround yourself with relaxing things. For instance, go for a walk in the forest, sit by the lake, or spend time in any other place that is quiet and relaxing.

Natural environments calm your mind without you even needing to meditate. This is especially good if your home is too busy and noisy. If your home is making it hard to relax, you might like to read my guide to making your home Zen.

Use these meditations, and brain fog will vanish

Meditation is the very best solution for brain fog. When we meditate, we calm the mind, and we slow down the perpetual cycle of thoughts that can make it difficult to see straight. We also reduce the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression, which are three of the most common causes of brain fog and lack of clarity.

I personally like to spend 20 minutes meditating in the morning, so my mind is clear for the rest of the day.

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Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison is a qualified meditation teacher and writer with more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University. Paul has helped thousands of people to discover their true potential through mindfulness, yoga and meditation. You can read his books on Amazon

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