No, or me!
I went to a couple of spiritual based groups for a while to learn meditation, which were OK but a bit ‘samey’, always done the same way and I got a bit bored, frankly and didn't fully accept their underlying religious dogma, didn’t really want to continue
I do love yoga, have done various classes but at the moment haven’t got a teacher or a time I really get along with, and there’s always a bit of meditation at the end, although, as I say, because I haven’t got the teacher I want right now, it’s not working for me! I plan to browse online for a yoga teacher - think that will suit me better at the moment.
So I looked around Giovannis site a bit more and got a vid of him saying what we need to do to make meditation work for us. He’s a real little cutie actually, might let him be my toyboy guru
So he says
1. Know why we want to do it
2. Logistics - when, where, how (he says first thing is best and keep it short at the beginning, maybe 3 mins of breath counting then build, or use a guided meditation). Best place, somewhere quiet and clean at home so you feel relaxed but failing that, anywhere!
3. Never miss a day - needs that commitment even if it is just the 3-5 mins. Never zero!