Most people who decide to learn and practice meditation usually desire to attain peace of mind. In order to meditate, you first need to learn to quiet your thoughts. This does not happen overnight, but comes gradually from diligently practicing the art of meditation frequently. The successfully go into transcendental meditation one is required to exercise perseverance and continuity, which means that you must dedicate to the practice once you get started.
Meditation practice is an effective way to reduce stress. During this process, you can focus on one thing at a time. The practice of meditation increases attention span and improves living in the present moment. Preparing to meditate: 1) Select a comfortable sitting position on the floor or in a chair with your feet on the floor and your hands in your lap. Make sure that your back is straight by centering your head over the spinal columm; 2) Breathe through your note and place your tongue on the roof of your mouth; 3) Get grounded by by closing your eyes and focusing on your body position, paying attention to your space and the space around you; 3) Take several deep breaths, using techniques mentioned in this space; 4) maintain a passive attitude to help you to relax. During meditation, your thoughts may begin to stray and you may feel sensations in your body. If and when this occurs, note what you are feeling and release them, then return to your meditation exercise. As you continue to practice meditating, you will notice that you are building on the time you meditate. Dedicate yourself to practice meditating for at least 15 to 30 minutes daily for excellent results.