You have never meditated before but you want to try because you feel that your mind is getting crowded and chaotic. There’s nothing wrong with that. After all, meditation is designed to help you to have a better focus and less worry. If you take parts in the online meditation membership or session, there will be a guidance coach that provides you with easy-to-understand methods and ways so you can follow the instructions easily.
How to Do the Meditation Properly
If you want to learn how to meditate, there are some things to remember:
- Make sure that your posture is upright. Don’t slouch. Slouching will make your mind drift and wander. Think of you trying to reach the sky with your head. It should help you make the right posture.
- Some people prefer their eyes opened while some are closed. It is up to your preference. For some people, closing their eyes will cause them to drift away. But for some, closing their eyes will make them focus better. Again, it is up to you and which one you are comfortable with.
- When you have an increased focus, you can concentrate on the small things. Focus on the noise around you. Focus on the way the breeze touches your skin. Focus on the rustles of leaves. If you are able to do this, you can have an improved consciousness and concentration.
- Breathe naturally. We tend to take the air for granted. Try to value it. Breathe in and out slowly but let it flow naturally. Feel free to take a deep breath once in a while.
- Don’t try to stop thinking by force; it will only make you restless and agitated. Acknowledge the fact that your mind is active but keep it inside a closed door for a while and then focus on your breathing.
- Emotions tend to have a stronger bond with your physique. If you are upset, for instance, you may feel a tightening in your chest. Focus on your body and let the emotion goes out slowly and naturally. Focus on your breathing.