Around 45+ meditation sessions behind me. It's turning into a proper habit.
There's still no major transcendence in sight, but the meditation itself is rewarding. I tend to get lots of good ideas while meditating, though I also seem to forget quite a lot of those. It's a bit like dreaming. If you dream early during the night and don't write it down, you are bound to lose it before morning. If I get a great idea at the beginning of a meditation session, it often seems to be gone after the session.
I know this, because even though I have great ideas during nearly every session, I very rarely spring into action or write anything down, after meditating.
I seem to need about 15 minutes before I usually really get into the zone and start losing daily worries etc. There's some breaking point in every session, after which I sort of get in the mood. This might also be the point when I lose earlier ideas etc. They don't really matter after that and I'm pretty blank once I stop a session.
As meditation seems to be often used also for fueling creativity, I might want to look into that at some point. Use meditation also as a tool to harness those ideas and not just to unwind. I'll put that on my to-do list.
Short and sweet this time. In too much flu to think straight, I'll be there, under a blanket ->