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.
If you follow along with the 10 meditation tips above, you'll be off to a great start. So, how can you turn that great start into a daily habit? For any habit you want to start, there are a series of steps you can follow that will make the habit stick.
Interested in beginning meditation but don't know where to start? Here are a few easy techniques to get you started. The basic tenets of meditation - relaxation and breathing - can be difficult to master in our hectic lives, but if you're able to find just a few minutes a day, that's all you need to get started.
Takeaway: Meditation saves you time because it allows you to work more efficiently. Five practical benefits of having a meditation ritual: you'll be happier (which makes you more productive); you'll have greater clarity of what's important as you work; you'll develop deeper relationships; you'll focus deeper; and you'll become less dependent on your addictive devices.