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A JOURNEY TOWARDS INNER PEACE
Meditation is the act of remaining silent and calm for a specific period.
It is a practice of concentrated focus upon sound, object, visualisation, the breath movement, or attention itself in order to increase awareness of the present moment, reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance personal and spiritual growth.
It produces a state of relaxation and a sense of balance and equanimity.
According to Michael J. Baime, "Meditation cultivates an emotional stability that allows the meditator to experience intense emotions fully whilesimultaneously maintaining perspective on them." Out of this experience of emotional stability, one may gain greater insight and understanding about one's thoughts, feelings, and actions
Clear your thoughts for the purpose of performing meditation. Taking care not to over-complicate with thoughts.
Clearing the area and creating distraction free environment is obligatory. Sitting in crossed leg manner (or which-ever position comfortable) on a cushion on the floor. Keeping in mind to keep the spine upright and relaxed.
Focus on your breath :
As you take long and deep breaths, feel your breath move from your lungs and out through your nostrils or your throat. (Breathing through your nostrils is better though either will work). just try your best to be as focused as possible.
Feel your body :
Once you're focused, take notice of your body and how each body part feels. Start with the toes and work your way up to your head. If your mind continues to wonder then bring your thoughts back to your breath. Breath 5 to 10 times with full concentration on each breath. Take it a step further and hum "Om" as you breathe out.
Practice makes perfect :
Like anything, practice makes perfect. Make sure to carve out a time each and every day to practice. You'll hopefully find all your practice totally worth it as meditation can be life-changing.
Meditation is like a seed. When you cultivate a seed with love, the more it blossoms.