Secrets To Meditation
Video : Guided Breathing Meditation (5 Minutes) by Diana Winston
Published on September 12, 2013 – 11:11 am

Meditation Breathing :

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Meditation is one of the best known techniques for so many reasons. It is widely used because of the fact that it helps a person feel relieved from stress. Some use it for enlightenment to clear their minds, others to get the feeling of rejuvenation and many more others. There are actually a variety of ways to meditate and one of which is called Breathing Meditation. This very simple way of meditating is easy to do that even beginners can get a hold of it. Here are the steps on how it is done.

First of all you need to condition your mind when you do this. You must have that inner peace in order to fully appreciate the benefits that you can get out of it. Perhaps the best way to achieve inner peace is to relax. Clearing our minds can be quite a challenge as our thoughts naturally wander but when this happens allow your mind to ponder on them passively and just let things flow naturally.

In order to be able to place attention and focus to it, you need to look for a place where it is quiet and free from distraction. Because distractions are inevitable, you can acknowledge it but be passive of it so you can focus to meditating.

You make sure that when you are ready, you sit down on the floor or sit on a mat with your legs crossed and a straight back so as not to fall asleep. You now close your eyes and slowly focus on your breathing. Concentrate on how the fresh air enters your body starting from your nose feeling it towards your lungs and out of your body again.

Start by taking in slow and long deep breaths. Whenever you breathe out, think of it as how your body with the help of the air takes out all those negativity and cleanse you physically and spiritually. As you take in the air, hold it for a second or two and then release. After this, repeat the entire process again for about five to ten times. When you feel that you have done all that you need, you can slowly part your thoughts from meditating and go back to the real world. Do this by slowly allowing those things you ponder on to enter your mind and just listen to the things around you. When things are settled in your thoughts, open your eyes and just indulge over the feeling of being refreshed.

Notice how your body feels lighter and your thoughts much clearer. This only takes a few minutes and you can do it whenever you the need. You can do this whether you’re at home, at work, at your car or just about anywhere. It is so easy that even your kids can practice it too. The technique here is to make sure that you know the purpose of your meditation this way; you can really gauge its effectiveness. For sure, most of you would agree that breathing is one of the most essential tools to stay alive yet is taken for granted. With breathing meditation, you will be able to really appreciate it.

There are lots of other ways on how Meditation for Beginners can be done and followed. Breathing Meditation for beginners could be just what you are looking for.

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