Try to be at ease with your wandering mind
You may find your mind wandering constantly, that's normal, too. (Monkey Mind) Instead of wrestling with your thoughts, practice observing them without reacting. Just sit and pay attention. As hard as it is to maintain, that's all there is. Come back to your breath over and over again, without judgment or expectation.
The Tibetan teacher Mingyur Rinpoche explains that meditation is the best way to train our ‘crazy monkey mind’. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLjelIPg3ys)
Meditation And The Wandering Mind ... (https://dailyzen.co.uk/2015/05/25/meditation-and-the-wandering-mind/) Beginners to meditation are often advised to ease into the practice by picking one thing to focus on while they are finding their meditative state. Often, they are told to count their breaths or their heartbeats. Something that is always there, no matter where you choose to meditate, or in what environment. Something that is universal to everyone and easy to recognise.
Wandering mind? Three tips for being present in your life | Samantha ...
The ever wandering mind, it can feel like a plague on all our houses can't it? ... power lies, it's where our happiness resides, it's where we find ease and comfort.