Truly, meditation has its origin in the ancient times, and up to now, this wonderful session has also got attention from everyone around the world regardless of ages, countries and customs. Meditation helps us not only keep our mind in peace, but also find the balance in life. If you begin Meditation in the first time, or even if you have been practicing it for several years, some simple and valuable tips bellow can aid you in enhancing your Meditation session.
Prepare the body
Hatha Yoga or Hatha Vidya was designed to focus on the physical and mental strengthen for meditation. Try to make our body comfortable and easy. If our body is uncomfortable, it will be surely a challenge for us to stay motionless and centered. As a result, in case we realize that our body is uneasy during the Meditation session, don’t hesitate to try with another alternative position including the half lotus or lying down.
Create the suitable space for meditation
Always set a special corner of a room or find a quiet space for the practice of our Meditation. Even if we have only the small space in our home, don’t forget to tidy up it clearly and cleanly and decorate it as the space that can inspire us. Here will be place where we will spend time on Meditation. Don’t hold back from finding a cushion or rug and avail it exclusively for Meditation in the same area. In case we possess the objects which are treated with deep
reverence and associated with the peaceful and relaxed state, these ones are likely to trigger our mind and body for stillness. Therefore, don’t forget to keep them near us.
Set our intentions
As soon as we are seated, it will be better for us to spend a little time in visualizing everything. Before starting Meditation, we simply take a few deep breaths and set our goals for the session. Try to concentrate our thoughts on the cohesive intentions that can manifest our desired results. Don’t forget to remove any kind of thoughts in our mind and keep it in peace so that we can find it easy and smooth to carry out Meditation.
Last but not least, try to let go of what we think Meditation is if we want to improve our Meditation session better. Every time, expect the new things. Don’t attempt to replicate the emotions of what took place during the last session. Each day will be surely different and full of new challenges. Don’t chase everything! Just experience what unfolds, we can find some new and interesting subtleties in our practice and our life.