At the initial stage, meditation is a tool. Meditation can help to relieve stress, improve physical health, relieve chronic pain, make you sleep better, feel happier and more peaceful. At the advanced level, the practice is a door to the unknown direction. It can assist you to reveal who we are. When you do meditate, you will see how wild your mind. Thinking about the past or the future will be crammed with where you are in the present. Sometimes, it hurts your memory and occurs repeatedly. So, if you start to meditate, do not blame yourself for your wild thoughts. This is a natural condition. In time, you will learn to meditate calmly with a barrage of your mind, and you will find some clarity and peace.
Here are some simple tips on how to start meditation by using the musical clocks. For those of you who are used to make meditation can add comments about what has worked well for you.
If you want to sit on the sofa or cross-legged on the floor, you need to ensure that the spine and your head are in an upright position. If you slouch, your mind will drift. Mind and body are intertwined. If your body balanced, your mind will also be balanced. To reinforce,
imagine that your head touching the sky.
Meditation is a wonderful way to build our lives. If not, we will lose some of the meditation experience because we were located elsewhere in our minds! Let’s see what we focus on. In ordinary life, we tend to equate focus with concentration. It was like a ray of light is concentrated. But in meditation, the mind like that just does not help. It’s too sharp and tends to make us quickly interrupted. To focus in meditation means attention gently to whatever you put in the center of consciousness. It is advisable to use breath as a focus. It’s like a door that connects natural ‘inside’ and ‘outside’.
– Calculate Your Breath
If you have trouble doing the above, you can count the breath, which is known as an ancient practice of meditation. In your breath, in the heart count “one”, then “two”, to “four”. Then go back to the “one”. Every time you look at your mind has strayed away or you find yourself have counted to “thirty-three” for example, immediately return to “one”. In this way, the “one” like coming home at the present time. It’s good to come back without a backward glance.
When you are distracted by thoughts, gently let them go way back to focus on your breath. Do not try to stop the mind; this will only make you feel uneasy. Imagine that they were uninvited guests at your doorstep: acknowledge their presence and politely ask them to leave. Then give a gentle attention to your breath.