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Meditation is being attentive to the fluctuations of your mind.
Most of the time, we completely identify with our own thoughts, meaning there is no separation between the thoughts and the thinker. Meditation begins to break down this relationship.
It should be away from household distractions. A corner of your bedroom or living room is perfect.
You'll also need a timer that will sound at the end of your meditation session so that you're not constantly checking the clock to see how much time is left. ...
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...
You can try any position you have seen, but you can also just place your hands in your lap or place the hands on your knees with the palms up or down. Find a position that is comfortable for you.
Assume your seat and close your eyes. Begin to observe your breath without changing it. You can count the breaths if that helps you stay focused on them.
When your mind starts to wander, as it inevitably will, notice your thoughts and then release them.
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