There are many forms of meditation and the most commonplace ones are yoga or reflective meditation. But if you’ve tried them all and didn’t find it as calming as others may have, then intermittent silence might be for you.
Meditation is often seen as a solution or response to stress. Most of us believe that we are at our best when our brain is constantly active and engaged. However, as we’re probably far too familiar with, this isn’t sustainable and can result in burn out.
We spoke with Maria Micha, a clinical mental health counselor, corporate trainer, and hypnotherapist. Here are the most common questions on intermittent silence – asked and answered.