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Meditation

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Meditation is a practice that has been around for centuries, and it can be incredibly beneficial for both the mind and body.

WHAT IS MEDITATION?

Meditation is a practice that has been around for centuries. It involves focusing the mind on one specific thing in order to achieve a state of calmness and peace.

HOW DOES MEDITATION WORK?

When you meditate, your brain enters into a state of alpha waves. This is a relaxed state that allows you to focus on the task at hand without being disturbed by outside thoughts or distractions.

BENEFITS :

There are many benefits to be gained from meditation. Some of these include:

Reduced Stress: When you meditate, the stress hormones in your body are reduced, leading to a feeling of calm and relaxation.

Increased Focus: By practicing meditation regularly, you will become better able to focus on tasks and stay concentrated for longer periods of time.

Improved Sleep Quality: People who meditate tend to sleep better and experience less insomnia than those who do not meditate.

BASICS OF MEDITATION:

There are a few basic things you need to know in order to meditate properly. These include:

-  Choose a Place: When you meditate, it is best to find a place where you can relax undisturbed. This could be your bedroom, garden, or anywhere else that feels peaceful to you.

Sitting Position: The best way to sit when meditating is in a comfortable position with your spine straight. You may want to sit on a cushion or pillow so that you’re comfortably elevated.

-  Focus Point: It is important to focus on something when you’re meditating. This could be your breath, a  mantra, or a certain spot on the wall in front of you.

-  Mindfulness: Be aware of what’s happening in the present moment while you’re meditating. 

-  Close Your Eyes: It is important to close your eyes when meditating so that you can focus better on your breath and thoughts.

-  Breathe Deeply: When you breathe deeply, it helps calm the mind and body. Try not to rush through your breaths - take them slow and steady instead.

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