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Meditation for Mind Relaxation

Meditation for Mind Relaxation. In today’s world, everyone suffers from mental stress, from children to the elderly. The majority of them are stressed out as a result of their jobs, businesses, families, education, society, and other factors. Tension can have a number of negative effects on a person’s mind and result in unfavorable events. In this article, I will discuss some meditation techniques for stress reduction and mind-calming.

Meditation and relaxation technique number One:

1. Sit on the floor on a thick mat or cloth.

2. Take a seat with your legs crossed.

3. Maintain a straight spine (no need to strain).

4. Place both hands on your thighs, palms up.

5. Gently join the tips of the thumb and index finger (do not press).

6. Straighten the remaining three fingers.

7. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Until your breathing is stable

8. Count your breaths in your head. Inhale for 10 counts, and exhale for 20 counts.

9. Pay attention to how the breath enters the body, where it flows within the body, and how it exits the body.

10. This exercise is enough to do for 10 minutes daily.

Meditation and relaxation technique number two:

1. Take a seat in a chair or bed.

2. Maintain a straight spine (do not force or lean).

3. Place your right hand on your lap, below your navel, and your left hand above it.

4. Relax your hands (do not press).

5. Close or open your eyes as needed.

6. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Until your breathing is stable

7. Count your breaths in your head. Inhale for 10 counts, and exhale for 20 counts.

8. Pay attention to how the breath enters the body, where it flows within the body, and how it exits the body.

9. This exercise is enough to do for 10 minutes daily.

Meditation and relaxation technique number three:

1. Take a seat in a chair or bed.

2. Maintain a straight spine (do not strain or lean).

3. Touch all the fingers on the right and left hands with same kind.

4. Finger touches should be soft (do not press).

5. As appropriate, close or open your eyes.

6. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Until your breathing is stable,.

7. Count your breaths in your head. Inhale for a count of 20; exhale for a count of 20.

8. Pay attention to how the breath enters the body, where it flows within the body, and how it exits the body.

9. This exercise is enough to do for 10 minutes daily.

Meditation and relaxation technique number four:

1. Lie down and unwind on the bed or the floor.

2. Maintain a straight spine (without straining it).

3. Place both hands on the sides of your body, or the right hand on your navel or chest, and place your left hand on top of your right.

4. Bring your feet together and relax your entire body.

5. As appropriate, close or open your eyes.

6. Breathe in through your nose and exhale through your mouth.

7. Breathe in slowly and exhale slowly.

8. Count your breaths in your head. Inhale for a count of 20 and exhale for a count of 20.

9. Pay attention to how the breath enters the body, where it flows within the body, and how it exits the body.

10. This exercise is enough to do for 10 minutes daily.

Note:

1. Throughout the practice, pay close attention to your breathing.

2. You do not need to speak or spell anything while performing the preceding practice.

3. No special preparation is required.

4. Simply sit or lay down quietly and unwind.

5. Pay attention to what is going on both inside and outside of your body.

6. If your mind begins to whisper, do not try to silence it, control it, or fight it.

7. Simply pay attention only to the mind’s whispers.

Reiki Master, Healer, Acupuncturist, Writer, Thinker, Speaker, Author.

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