How to Meditate for good health and power?


While meditation is taken for granted by some people, meditation is being taken seriously by health researchers. The performers of meditation are increasing as more and more benefits are being discovered with time. 

Meditation has its major benefits in stress reduction and improving overall health. 

According to the National Center for complementary and integrative health- “Meditation is a mind and body practise that has a long history of use for increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness, and enhancing overall health and well-being.”

Meditation has many physical and mental benefits. It brings power to the body by helping you gain energy through your strong brain. The best part is, you can practice meditation, here anywhere means anywhere, be it your home, office, bus. People from all age groups can perform it. It’s an easy thing. Unlike other physical exercises, you don’t have to move your body. All you have to do is to bring your mind in your control. You can achieve it easily with continuous practice. 

Read the whole article to easily learn to practice meditation for your health and power.

Of course, we always hope you stay healthy.

Learn the steps before you start performing it. When you are done reading, mind each point while you meditate. Here you go!

1) Sit somewhere

As a beginner, always find a quiet place.

2) Fix the duration of the meditation session

As a beginner, choose a lesser time, say, 8 minutes. Increase the time limit as you practice more.

3) Relax your body

Mind to feel relaxed. Leave all the worries aside, and life is long enough to think about time some other time. Make sure the body remains in a stable and comfortable posture. Choose a posture that should be comfortable for you until you complete your meditation. 

4) Start noticing your breath

Stop thinking and start to note how you breathe in and out. Focus while you inhale and focus while you exhale; nothing else, focus.

5) Notice when your mind has wandered

When your attention on breathing is weak, return to your concentration on breathing again. Don’t let your mind think anywhere else in your life. The mind can wander, but you have to get it back to track.

6) Don’t worry when your mind wanders

It’s natural for all the minds to wander. Don’t think you can’t meditate. You can, and for that, come back and focus on breathing again. Continue up till your set time.

7) End in a manner

If you’re done, don’t hurry to pack up. Be calm and open your eyes slowly. Notice the sounds, the surroundings and the light. Feel them and slowly stand up. 

You should feel light.

It’s the simplest way to meditate, but there is a lot in this method to excel in. Practice is the key. With time you will find it easier to focus on your breathing. Later, you can increase the time limit of your session for better results.

How often Should I Meditate?

Meditation is powerful and hence worth the time to allot to it. The pro tip for the best results is to practice it every day, even only for 5 minutes. As you practice and excel, you can increase the time to even half an hour. But remember that it doesn’t matter how much time you do more than it matters how efficiently and effectively you do. So try to make every second count.

Points to mind as a beginner

Choose the time that suits you the best: Prefer choosing the part of the day when you feel a bit relaxed and have no other work.

Choose the place that is easier for you to meditate in: Prefer choosing a quiet place that makes it less likely for you to get distracted by the surrounding noises.

Choose a surface that should be comfortable for long: You can opt to sit on a mat if that is comfortable for you until the meditation session ends. You can also choose to sit on a chair if that is rather more comfortable for you.

Please wear something you remain comfortable in: When you choose to do a session for a long duration, it’s important for you to feel relaxed, so we recommend you to wear something comfortable for your body.

Choose the duration rationally: Do not jump to long durations directly. It will not be that easy. Instead, start with lesser durations and increase it gradually.

Choose to meditate daily: If you choose to meditate daily, only the benefits arrive. One-day meditation has no long-term benefits.