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If you can sit on the floor, have blankets or a cushion to sit on.
Try a cross-legged position like sukasana. If cross-legged isn't comfortable, try virasana. If you can't sit on the floor, that's fine too. Find a chair where you can sit up straight with both your feet resting flat on the floor.
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The rule pushes you just beyond the point of frustration and helps build mental concentration.
Start with just two minutes a day for a week. If that goes well, increase by another two minutes and do that for a week. If all goes well, by increasing just a little at a time, you’ll be me...
Start just by sitting on a chair, or on your couch. Or on your bed. If you’re comfortable on the ground, sit cross-legged. It’s just for two minutes at first anyway, so just sit. Later you can worry about optimizing it.
Place the attention on your breath as it comes in, and follow it through your nose all the way down to your lungs. Try counting “one” as you take in the first breath, then “two” as you breathe out. Repeat this to the count of 10, then start again at one.
...include stress reduction, sharpened concentration, and improved circulation to start.
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To get started, it doesn't matter whether you sit or lay down as long as you are comfortable.
You can sit cross-legged, on the floor, or on a chair. Then have the palms of your hands face the sky.
Become totally aware of your current surroundings. What do you hear? How does it feel to sit? Do you feel tension? Where are your thoughts?