Meditation is a useful tool that is helpful in everyday life. Meditation can help you relax, relieve stress and improve your focus. Practicing meditation on a regular basis will create peace in your life.
Of course, you do value meditation. But it is not good enough for this to be a vague kind of ‘Oh yes, I know meditation is good for me and I should do more.’ That is unlikely to get you focused when your day grows tricky.
As soon as you’ve completed day 30 try this. If no one is available straight away then do a mini 5-10 minute meditation instruction baltimore before you see someone. Have them stick out their hand. Face your palm to their forearm about an inch away. Focus on your deep breathing. Feel warmth building up in your body. And just like the energy you’ve been feeling during the 30 days, move it around. Move it to your palm and force it out onto their arm. Ask them if they feel anything and they should describe a warm sensation, if you’ve progressed very quickly it should also feel tingly, almost like static.
You can sit on a cushion, or mat (a mat works best for me), or you can sit in a chair. Either way you should sit up straight, with you hands on your knees or thighs, palms up. Visit my Blog to find some helpful images to help you decide which position suits you the best.
Changing yourself means changing your perception level and understanding level, your perception towards yourself, your life, death and god. You will have higher understanding towards all situations and so called problems in your life. Result would be you will not suffer anymore in the same situation you will be blissful with high energy level and your growth will happen.
Start with short sessions of ten or fifteen minutes and meditate more frequently. Remember you can easily keep the momentum going by doing informal meditations of short five-minute sessions during the day wherever you are. No one will be upset because you are silent and peaceful. Gradually increase the time of your sessions while decreasing their frequency. The mind often starts calming down after forty minutes of meditation so you should aim for forty-five to sixty minute sessions twice daily.
Meditation is NOT a way of making your mind quiet. It is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there – buried under the 50,000 thoughts the average person thinks every day.
Meditation is what one makes of it. If it is seen as a chore, then that is what it will be. If it is seen as a chance to quiet the mind and achieve happiness, then that is what it will be. Your perception of meditation is what creates your experience. Meditation is a chance to discover oneself and become aware. Find your own path and learn through experience. The greatest pleasure we can ever have in life is knowing who we are and what we stand for.