We Did a Podcast on Meditation

Y’all probably know by now that I am a huge fan of meditation. I probably don’t practice as much as I should (narrator: he doesn’t), but I still get a few minutes of focus and breathing in every day at some point.

Last week on the Geek to Geek Podcast (my main show), Void and I decided to sit down and talk about meditation. What it is, what drew us to it, and what people can do to dig in and give it a shot.

Especially those who want to avoid the woo-woo as they put it. We both approach meditation and mindfulness from a non-mystical perspective, and we don’t look at it as a way for us to have a transcendent experience.

We see the scientific benefits of practice, and we feel the practical benefits in our own lives. Me personally, well, I can say with 100% certainty that meditation was a big part in my dealing with my Bipolar Type 2 and anxiety disorder. And still is.

That said, I thought some of y’all might want to listen and see if starting up a little practice might help you out in some way. We give tips for starting meditation, what works for us, which apps help the most, which ones don’t, and just a general talk about what all of this means for us.

Let me know what you think!

B.J. Keeton

B.J. Keeton

B.J. is a geek, gamer, podcaster, and livestreamer. He has been the co-host of the Geek to Geek podcast since 2016, and he helped start the Geek to Geek Media Network. His biggest pet peeve is when someone spells Wookiee with only one E. One time, he told his friends he liked vegetables maybe more than he did Star Wars, and they made him put a dollar in the jar. That should tell you everything you need to know about him. Find him on Twitter as @professorbeej or on Discord as @professorbeej#1337.

Never Miss A Thing!

Sign up to never miss a podcast, blog, or geektastic giveaway.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: