Im new to the meditation thing and im wondering why is it that every time i meditate i feel my whole body getting warm to the point im feeling really hot and some times a little nausea too...I mean has anybody experienced that and what does that mean?
i think you will like this video. if you control the mind you controls the body http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvplo5_EtV0
if it bothers you slow down your breathing you will notice your heart rate go down has well.
if it does not work you might be siting near a heating duck. change emplacement.
experience and enjoy.
I could pitch you a few ideas but for any hope at accuracy I'd need to know a lot more about the situation. Body type, history of your metabolism, eating and exercise habits, etc.
To try and expound on the situation itself: Is it an area specific hotness related to the meditating? For example focusing on ones arms and then having the arms feel a warm tingling sensation. Or is it an overall warmness in your body such as overheating from wearing too much clothing?
The first thing I would try is wearing comfier clothing, sweat pants are amazing.
Yes, that's possible and likely. Many people find that if they are focusing energy on a specific part of their body (for healing purposes for example) they feel a very warm sensation there. It is usually something the people become accustomed to and is comfortable.
It is possible that this heat being all over instead of focused either represents a lack of focus in your energy, or an abundance. If your entire body is heating up I'd imagine you have quite a lot of latent energy. The nausea I'm not sure is necessarily connected to the warming sensation directly.
While you were meditating, were you trying to accomplish anything? For example, meditating with the intention of healing yourself or manifesting something versus meditating with the sole intention of relaxing the mind and body. In the case of the former, I've found that I will often become nauseous or even ill if I am trying to force my body or mind to do something too quickly. Similarly to how one strains a muscle, I will get headaches or get sick if I'm focusing too hard on solving a complex puzzle.
So that's why I ask if you were just doing a relaxing meditation or a purposeful meditation. In the case of the former, I'd be concerned if you were just getting nauseous from trying to relax, and probably see a doctor. In the case of the latter, I'd say there is a good chance you're trying to push yourself too hard and your body is saying "wait, slow down".
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