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5 EASY WAYS TO MEDITATE

Meditation is a therapeutic activity that involves sitting and practicing the art of focusing the mind on a particular thought,object, or activity. The whole point of this practice is to train oneself to be attentive and aware in proactively working to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.


Here are 5 very EASY ways to MEDITATE

1) Find a SPACE that brings you PEACE

Think about a locations that you normally pass through throughout the course of the day (car, bathroom, bedroom, living room, work cubicle, picnic table outside of work building,etc). Make sure the space is not cluttered. The space should be clear as we are working to clear your mind. Once you're able to locate a serene spot, then sit calmly.

2) Sit in a comfortable position

If you're sitting on the floor or on the bed, simply cross your legs in such a way that you can maintain a tranquil state through the meditation practice. Posture is everything. Remember that your back should be straight and that you should hold your head up high in confidence.

(3)  Clear your mind

Clear your psyche and R.E.L.A.X

S.L.O.W.L.Y take a couple of deep breaths

The whole point of this practice is to train oneself to be attentive and aware...

4. Sit back and become one with your thoughts

Maintain your posture and focus on the internal exchange in your mind. As your thoughts pass by, pay attention to what you are thinking and how you're feeling. It's OK for your mind to wander, make the effort to return to your state of focus.Your ideal state in contemplation is to be mindful...not to have a MIND that is FULL. You can be aware of the thoughts, but don't let them CONSUME you.


working to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.

5. Ending Your Meditation

At the point when you are finished with your contemplation, gradually slide into the physical state. Gradually open your eyes or return your gaze to your surroundings. Next, tune in to the state of your physical body. This can take 15~30 seconds. Don't quickly rush to do anything. Maintain your sense of calm as you prepare to engage yourself in your next course of action.


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HAPPY MEDITATING!

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