Sitting in meditation is a wonderful experience. This is one of the only practices that allow you to completely leave stress, tension and worry. The art of meditation has been practiced for several centuries and gains momentum in today’s world. If you want to start a meditation practice or that you have tried in the past, this guide will help you stay comfortable and relax while focusing on meditation.
Meditation concentrates the spirit on an object and develop distractions that arise. If you already have a practice, wonderful. If you do not do it, you benefited. Meditation is as simple as sitting and taking a series of deep breaths. A more targeted and more deliberate meditation involved to focus on an object, such as breath or sound for a period of time. Ten or twenty meditation twice a day is an excellent goal for someone who starts to start. The main thing is to practice consistently and with a sister.
When you develop your meditation practice, you will go well as a few phases. When you start first, your body will have to adjust to sit up and right. The basic requirement of meditation is to have a straight thorn. Many of us are used to collapse or reflect. Our thorns are not used to being high and straight. As you sit down and start feeling the body, you will notice when you are riddled and when you are straight. Simply sit up when you notice.
Keep the spine erect done two things. It begins to create the usual of the correct posture and creates a more alert and targeted mentality. When sitting, it’s easier to note what’s going on. You are more in line with the energy that surrounds you. This is imperative in meditation since you try to stay focused and not being distracted. Create a targeted concentration, a pointed consciousness is the key to meditation.
As you create the habit of sitting, you will also start other situations. When driving or sitting on a chair, you will naturally straighten your spine and sit down. Even in these situations, your concentration and attention will become animated and you will have more awareness of what is happening around you.
Be comfortable in meditation is very important. I sit in meditation for five years and I always assist me simply crossed. I’m not trying to force my lotus or lotus legs. When I started, it was something that I focused, but now that I started to drop more deeply in meditation, I realize that physical posture is not as important as staying concentrated. Let the legs be comfortable. If you can do complete lotus without any problem of all means doing it, but if you take struggles in half of the lotus and you continue to reorganize your legs, consider sitting in a less intense laying.
The main thing is to be comfortable enough to allow the body to relax of consciousness so that you can concentrate 100% of your attention to the object of your meditation. Let the body fall off the consciousness of consciousness is not easy when your knees hurt or have pain. A little discomfort will accompany the first steps to keep your vertebral column right. It is likely that your spine has not been straightened for a period of time for a while and must adjust. It is not long that the adjusted vertebral column, however, be patient with the practice.
Allow yourself to be relaxed and comfortable during meditation. Meditation concerns spirit and mind. Not the body. Let the body find a comfortable position and let it fall and then go deep into meditation.