- by Miss Rachna Gulati Rooftop Yoga
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- Apr 16 2018
Meditation Tips For Beginners
There are tips which will help you get started and keep going. No need to implement the mall at once.
Sit for just two minutes: Start with just two minutes a day for a week. If that goes well, increase by another two minutes and do that for a week. If all goes well, by increasing just a little at a time, you will be mediating for 10 minutes a day in the second month/
Do it first thing each morning: Set a reminder for every morning when you get up.
Do not get caught up in the how- Just do: Do not worry about where to sit, how to sit, what cushion to use, but all this is not important to get started. Start just be sitting on a chair or on your couch.
Count your breathe: Just place the attention on your breath as it comes in, and follow it through your nose all the way down to lungs.
Come back when you wander: Mind will wander, this is an almost absolute certainty. When you notice your mind wandering, smile, and simply gently return to your breath. Count “one” again, and start over.
Meditation Pose for Beginners
Sitting in a Chair: The trick to mediating in a chair is positioning your buttocks somewhat higher than your knees, which tilts pelvis forward and helps keep your back straight. Don’t slouch.
Kneeling (with or without a bench): It was popular in ancient Egypt and in Traditional Japan where it is called seiza. Try placing a cushion under buttocks and between your feet or use a specially designed seiza bench, preferably one with a soft cushion between you and the wood.
Burmese Position: It is used throughout Southeast Asia. It involves placing both calves and feet on the floor one in front of the other.
Half Lotus: With your buttocks on a cushion, place one foot on the opposite thigh and the other foot on the floor beneath the opposite thigh. To distribute the pressure on your back and legs, remember to alternate legs from sitting to sitting.
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