Meditation is to concentrate mind from all the flickers of life."

Meditation is the continuous and effortless flow of attentive awareness towards the object of concentration. There is a big difference between concentration and meditation. In concentration the attention is focused on a small limited area. If at that time only one thought or idea functions in the mind that is called meditation.

Why we need to meditate?

  • Release of stress
  • Peace of mind
  • Relaxation purpose
  • Increase in energy
  • Increase in healing
  • Solution of problems
  • Finding of inner calmness
  • Finding of inner joy
  • Finding of divine energy
  • For the journey of your inner self
  • For the search of ever existing God

Some Information about meditation

Where to meditate?

Always choose a place, which you will use regularly. That place should be very simple, sacred, calm and quite .The place should be very comfortable. It should be free from noise pollution, air pollution. There should be fresh air and balanced temperature. That room should be free from any bad smell.


When to meditate?

It is necessary to have a fixed time for meditation. The best times are 6.00 am, 12.00 noon, 6.00 pm and 12.00 midnight. According to Indian system best time is from 4.00 am to 6.00 am because at that time there is a stillness and calmness of time. The mind during meditation should be like a lamp in a windless place, where a flame does not flicker.

Length of meditation

First of all be regular and consistent and regular in your daily practice. For the beginners, time should be from five to ten minutes. Then you can gradually increase your time up to 20 minutes.

Main yoga postures for meditation

  • Lotus pose (padam asana)
  • Accomplished pose (siddha asana)
  • Auspicious pose (swastikasana)
  • Easy pose (sukhasana)
  • Thunderbolt pose (vajrasana)

Therapeutic role

The combination of postures, breathing exercises and the meditation results in a decrease in neuro hormones and an increase in plasma cortisol level that it promotes tranquility of the mind and increase in resistance to stress. So it is used for the treatment of stress disorders, nocturnal enuresis, mucous colitis, bronchial Asthma, Migraine, Rheumatic disorders of the spine, Hypertension, Heart diseases.

Tips for meditation

  • Daily spend time for meditation.
  • With this practice Yoga breathing exercises and postures to increase flexibility and mobilize energy in your body.
  • Daily do laughing session.
  • If fatigue is prominent use Ayurvedic herbs like Ashwgandha, bala , shatavari and chawanprash.
  • If chronic pain is prominent use Ayurvedic herbs like Gugulu and Brahami.
  • Avoid stimulating activities at night like reading newspapers, watching television.
  • Avoid heated debates and excessive talking
  • Avoid alcohol and smoking

Types of meditations

  • Ashtang Yoga
  • Bikram Yoga
  • Seven Chakra Meditation
  • Vipsasna
  • Tratak
  • Dynamic
  • Jap

So at last exploration of inner space through daily meditation is the most important thing anyone can do to enhance health and well being. Joy and energy go hand in hand.

“Let us be silent that we hear the whispers of God ” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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