Meditation

Introduction to Meditation

Meditation is the technique to train the mind, alike the way that fitness is all about to train the body. These days meditation is practiced all over the globe to make a sense of peaceful and internal harmony. In fact, meditation is less about belief and more about varying awareness, finding consciousness, and attaining the peace. Also, Meditation includes a simple approach helping to achieve better health and a peaceful life.

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Due to hectic schedule in today’s modern life, most of the people get stressed. Well, stress and fatigue make us discontented, annoyed and frustrated. It can even bring negative impact to our health and life. We are mostly very busy and feel there is no time for meditation. But meditation truly offers you more time as a mediator making your mind fresh and more focused.

Types of meditation

1. Concentration 2. Mindfulness 3. Focused
4. Open monitoring 5. Effortless Presence 6. Vipassana
7. Loving Kindness 8. Mantra 9. Transcendental
10. Yoga 11. Sound 12. Breathing
13. Emptiness 14. Guided 15. Heart Rhythm
16. Kundalini 17. Guided Visualization 18. Qi Gong
19. Zazen 20. Spiritual 21. Movement
22. Chanting 23. Compassion 24. Body scan or progressive relaxation
25. Breath awareness 26. Kundalini yoga 27. Zen
28. Primordial Sound 29. Shiva 30. Raja Yoga
31. Dynamic  32. kriya Yoga  32. Soul

 

Benefits

Meditation comes up with lots of benefits for both physical and mental health. Well, Meditation can also assist to comprehend our own mind. We can find out the effective way to convert our mind from negative to positive, from anxious to calm, from sad to joyful.

Check out the top benefits of mediation and get a complete benefit:

  • More feelings of comfort
  • More happiness, Less stress
  • Deeper relaxation
  • Lower blood pressure
  • better blood circulation
  • Lower heart rate
  • Less perspiration
  • Slower respiratory rate
  • Less anxiety

How to start meditation for beginners?

Meditation gives time to relax and delicate understanding in a hectic world where our mind is mostly dulled. In fact, different types of meditation types and techniques are there which helps to get the most out of it.

So, how can you learn to meditate?

Well, it may be really difficult for beginners to sit in one place for a long time and think of doing nothing or enclose an “empty mind.” Understanding your desire for help, we organize some handy classes that help you during this procedure when you start out. Generally, the simplest way to start meditation is by concentrating on the breath.

This meditation practice is an outstanding beginning to meditation techniques:

  1. Sit or simply lie down with comfort. You can also use chair or cushion.
  2. Close your eyes.
  3. Do not make effort to control the breath just start breathing naturally.
  4. Pay more attention on the breath and on the way body moves with every inhale and exhale.
  5. Observe the pressure of your body when you breathe. Notice your chest, shoulders, rib cage, and abdomen. Just pay attention on your breathing but do not control its pace or concentration. If your mind ambles, return your concentration back to your breath.

Concentration Vs Meditation

Concentration and meditation counts on the two mental states of sense and most of the people often get confused with one another. In reality, both of them are different.

Concentration is the most frequent techniques to prepare for meditation. It offers a focused action or movement to a particular goal. It involves mental picture, the willpower, and recurring performance. In fact, concentration depends upon the strength of controlling mind. And mostly involves an extended focus and awareness of the mind.

Alternatively, meditation also involves the mental state. Meditation is frequently the converse of concentration. The type of meditation is not a distracted mind but an uncluttered mind. Not like concentration, there is fewer or no brain action while carrying out this function.

In fact, meditation does not need any control, willpower, or way. The thoughtful mind comes up with more liberty and less boundary. The key aim of meditation is to achieve self-realization, extended responsiveness, and not direct or any preferred consequence.

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