For the third night in a row I meditated laying down. I didn’t fall asleep, I just learned I’m really not comfortable doing meditations this way. Each day I thought, hmmm, I don't believe I like this – but thought to push through it and be clear about what’s challenging me. (Or...Darn it! I'm gonna do this until I get it right and it feels good!!) Third time’s a charm. I was a little surprised, I’ve attended meditation sessions where people lay on the floor and the facilitator will do a guided meditation. I never noticed feelings of discomfort. I guess it happens when it happens. I extended kindness to myself and when I was ready, went to bed. I find physically my meditations are somewhat uneventful; it’s the mental state of mind that creates the disturbances. Why can't I just observe my emotions/mind in the same way I observe myself when I hit my elbow, with a passing thought and a chuckle?