A vibration in your head during meditation can be a positive sign of the process happening correctly. However, if you aren’t prepared, it may feel a little strange. This article will help you to understand the reasons why you might experience this feeling and what to do about it.
You might also feel a sensation of pressure on the forehead or in a point between the eyebrows known as the spiritual eye (Ajna chakra). It is common for newcomers to meditate to experience this feeling of pressure. This is caused by tension in the ajna chakra which can be released by the meditation practice. This pressure is often associated with the feeling of vibration in the head during meditation.
It is important not to get too hung up on these tingly feelings during meditation. They are a normal part of the process of getting the body to a deep state of rest. The tingly sensations are a sign that imbalances are being corrected in the body. The tingly sensation in the heart for example is a sign that the emotional issues are being allowed to surface and be processed.
This is the natural healing process of letting go of emotional issues. This is the same reason why you might feel tired or achy after a long meditation session. It is also why meditating outside in nature can be so refreshing and beneficial. The calming effects of the environment can help to restore balance in the body and mind.