meditation cure of tention
Hello guys, i think meditation is a great thing or experience and it is quite helpful in tension. so how many cean maditate in regualr basis and what are their experiences pls share because it may be become helpful for others. So guys start now.👍
Kaustubh KatdareYeah, I do it. I follow Baba Ramdev.
what were ur experiences regarding this.Kaustubh KatdareYeah, I do it. I follow Baba Ramdev.
Ramani AswathI had posted it earlier too.
If it is just to reduce stress and help with hypertension and not for self realization, nirvana, or other spiritual quest, all that you need to do is to sit quietly in any comfortable posture, close the eyes and just be aware of your breath going in and out. Do not attempt to control it, hold it in or any such practice. Just be aware.
Curiously, after a few days the breathing becomes longer, and gentler.
Do not attempt to control your thoughts either. They will themselves slow down.
Five minutes at a sitting twice a day is ample.
If you feel extravagant, raise to eight minutes.
Do not feel guilty missing a few sessions if it happens so.
Meditation is always done internally, even in the middle of a crowd.
The simplest method has no religious connotations whatsoever. It lets one reach within and find one's own core.
Initially it helps if one does it alone in any quiet place preferably at the same time of the day. While it can be done in any posture it helps if it is practiced sitting down in the early days.
Sit comfortably, relax any tensed muscles, close your eyes without the least strain and become aware of your breath. Aware of its going in and coming out. Do not attempt to control it. Do not focus your thought on anything specific. If your thoughts wander gently get back to being aware of breathing.
That is it. Five minutes twice a day.
After a week you will notice that the breath is slowing down. Let it. While you can do this longer than five minutes there is really no need. After a month increase the period to 6 minutes. Imperceptibly increase to about 8 minutes.
In the normal rush of modern living there is really no need to go beyond this.
After a few months you will find that you are breathing rate (during the practice) is half or even less compared to your normal rate.
The effect spills over into your normal life too.
Sounds simple. Let me assure you that it is not. Turning inward is tough. Finding 8 minutes twice a day is not all that easy.
This brings me to the other issue. Do not be stressed if you miss the practice. Never feel under a compulsion that this must be done. Do not be worried if thoughts keep interfering. You are trying to reach yourself, who is not going away anywhere.
There is no mantra, no image, no focusing your eyes on the tip of the nose, no chakras, and nothing religious of any denomination.
The process works.
Later you will find that you can effortlessly slip into this even when you are in a crowd, commuting or walking.
Caution: Better avoid this when driving.
Vikram S BargahCaution: Better avoid this when driving. Good One Sir !...👍
micheal johni will follow this😀
KSS ManianWhat is the difference b/w Yoga & Meditation? Did Both will help mentally & physically?
Ramani AswathYoga is a catch all term that includes meditation. Hata yoga is the set of static postures called Asanas, which are mainly physical. Meditation is a purely mental activity, which reduces stress. Incidentally it will have beneficial effects on stress related diseases like blood pressure and cardiac conditions.
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