Have you ever noticed how individuals who meditate look and feel more relaxed than those who do not meditate? With those thoughts in mind, wouldn’t you like to start meditating in order to feel great? Meditating is a great way to relax your mind, body and soul, which is why so many people do it each day. Of course, you can’t just jump right in and start meditating – you have to know what to do. In the paragraphs below, we are going to give you some easy to follow meditation methods that you can do in the comfort of your own home.
And as a follow-up to the previous question, if doing your daily or weekly meditation begins to feel like an “obligation,” you’ve likely let your mindfulness baltimore become “work.” You’ve strayed into that “do it right” mode. Meditation should not be hard or heavy. And it’s not something you need to worry about “perfecting.” Meditation should be, first and foremost, your time for peace and lightness: a time in which you have permission to rest, and a space in which you feel safe to release and open.
If you become heavy and sleepy, use the noting “sleepy, sleepy” but now be vigorous and sharp with the words. Use them like a dash of cold water in your face to wake yourself up. Only be vigorous and sharp when you have to rouse the mind. Otherwise be slow, gentle and relaxed.
Mantra is a unique meditation method. With Mantra, sound will play a major role in meditating. Spontaneously, a series of sound patterns will be players. The individual will be required to focus on those sounds. This technique is said to improve the psychic awareness.
Nothing particularly new here, but we need to convert this knowledge into action and find ways to meet with groups that will have a positive energetic impact on us. Ideally, we can meet weekly with such groups and then, periodically, do courses or retreats over 2 or more days for a massive energetic boost.
Again, this difficulty will lessen as you meditate more. Our minds are “on” constantly, so it may take time before we begin to feel some “separation” from this constant stream of our thoughts. But this will come. Again, the key is being patient and not fighting with your mind and your thoughts.
The idea of meditation is that it is an exercise which teaches you to accept things as they are. The more you practice the more accepting you will become.
This is a basic breathing meditation. As you become more adept at it you will want to expand your knowledge and practice of meditation. You can do so by following my website below.