The Living Force
That's great seve! Keep us posted about how it goes.
I wanted to know if the program in dvd version was subtitled in French because I wanted to offer it to my father. Thank you!
My first assumption was that you had a dorsal vagal state, where the exercise and ba-ha afterwards was too much for your system. Although, if the exercises the second and third time around were gentle, did you eat anything beforehand? If not, you're blood sugar levels could have dropped causing you to lose focus and drift off. I've never done EE after a workout before, but one day when I went for martial arts training in the morning, didn't eat anything beforehand, and felt really out of it and spacey after the class that I didn't recover from until later on in the afternoon. I've solved that issue by making sure to eat a large breakfast first. If that's a contributing factor, you might want to look into Eating for your nervous system and personality type.For some reason doing EE after moderate physical training was quite hard, I was a little nauseous during the pipe breathing part and I found it really hard to focus during the ba-ha part. To the point that I kept dissociating or drifting off and coming back to the rhythm good couple of minutes later. The first time it happened the workout was really intense, but the second and third time it was gentle-to-moderate. I did not have a longer break so it couldn't have been a "shock to the system".
I've heard the best times to practice any kind of meditation is either first thing in the morning or evenings, although I personally find doing a meditation after work is the best for me.So what is the best time of day to practice EE?
I think it is better to determine individually, as it is better for you. I like to do in the evening after work. It helps to remove fatigue and stress and feel a little better! But I know what to do many people in the morning.So what is the best time of day to practice EE?