Meditation for beginners
Meditation for beginners

                     Meditation for beginners  

Meditation for beginners
Meditation for beginners

Meditation will make you more productive. It is natural to seek profound experiences in meditation, especially when you have just begun meditating. Did you know that just by ensuring a few simple things before you start meditating, you can actually have a deeper experience in meditation?  usual beginner questions are how to meditate and how to meditate at home and the answer lies in following the simple pre meditation techniques.

Preparing to meditate :Before you begin to meditate, it is helpful to keep these things in mind to get the most from your meditation practice.

Choose a convenient time:Meditation is essentially relaxation, so it should be done entirely at your convenience. so choose a time when you know you are not likely to be disturbed and have the freedom to relax and enjoy. The hours of sunrise and sunset are also ideal for meditation. These hours are the time when there is a serene calm at home too, which will help you to meditate easily.

Choose a quiet place:just like a convenient hour, choose a quiet and peaceful surrounding where you are not like to be disturbed. Such a place can make meditation for a beginner more enjoyable and relaxing.

Sit in a comfortable posture:Your posture makes a difference too. Be relaxed, sit comfortably and easily and as such as possible be steady. sit straight with your spine erect, keep your shoulders and neck relaxed, and eyes closed throughout the process.

Keep empty stomach:It is recommended to meditate on a relatively empty stomach, either if you are in office or home. The reason to meditate before a meal is simple.  when you are hungry, the hunger cramps may keep you from meditating. In fact your mind may even keep thinking about food the whole time! It  is advisable to meditate two hours after a meal. Do not force yourself to meditate when you are very hungry.

Look up: Your eyes should be closed and held steady, looking slightly upwards, as if looking at a point about an arm length away and level with the top of your head.

It is essential to keep your gaze gently raised to that point throughout your practice. This will magnetize your spiritual eye and draw the energy to the highest spinal centre, the seat of spiritual awakening in the body.

Do some warm ups :A few warm-up exercises or yoga before starting meditation helps improve circulation, removes inertia and restlessness and makes the body feel lighter. This is an important step in how to meditate as it will enable you to sit steadily for a longer time.

Take a deep breaths:This is another important tip for easy meditation. Deep breaths and even nadi shodhan pranayama before the meditation is always a good idea. It helps to steady the rhythm of breath and leads the mind into a peaceful  meditative state.

keep a gentle smile:This is very important and non negotiable! A gentle smile keeps you relaxed, peaceful and enhances the meditation experience

Open your eyes slowly:when you come to end of the meditation don’t open your eyes in hurry and also don’t move your body immediately. open your eyes gradually and take time to become aware of yourself and your surroundings . Then slowly move your body and there, you are ready for the day!

How long to meditate:It is entirely up to you. Make sure, however to allow enough time after the technique to sit still and enjoy the calm meditative state. for beginners 5 to 15 minutes a day is plenty, but as you become more experienced and get into  the habit, 30 minutes to an hour and a half will give you a much greater benefit. you can even do this twice a day if you like.

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