The purpose of meditation is to find peace of mind. For serious practitioners, meditation is a way of searching for the true nature of self.
There are numerous health benefits of meditation practice. Even a few minutes of meditation can result in accumulative positive effects such as lowering high blood pressure, increasing attention span, improving cognitive function, creativity, emotional regulation, and sleep patterns.
However, practicing meditation can be difficult, even for experienced practitioners. But having some practical tips and knowledge of how to start meditation and how to hold the attention make meditation more accessible and even enjoyable.
How to Prevent Stiffness in the Lower Back during Sitting Meditation
Three exercises to prevent or reduce stiffness by loosening up your body before, during, and after meditation.
5 Step Mindful Meditation Series
Five simple steps to calming and engaging your mind for a successful meditation experience.
8 Tips for Mindful Meditation
Daily meditation is a good investment in your mind health. But how do you make it an enjoyable event? Here are 8 simple tips to help:
Meditation Survival Kit
Just as we take a survival kit with essential items on a wilderness hike, we should each have our own meditation survival kit to ease our journey through our mind. Here is what I pack in my meditation survival kit:
Combating Distraction During Meditation
The problem with distractions is that the more you try to cut them out, the more they multiply. Learn some key strategies for reducing distraction during meditation without struggle:
Walking meditation is generally used to relieve physical discomfort during sitting meditation.
Of Mice & Meditation
During meditation, thoughts enter the mind, stay, and leave, if you don’t dwell on them.
Wherever we go, there is no place where no people suffer. Like desert grass, we endure, watching life unfolding, eventually, equally. Living, like a meditation session, is of one to be the way to alleviate the suffering and un-suppress our nature.