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A beginner's guide to starting meditation the right way!
Inspired by friends, family members, or celebrities to dip your toes into the healing world of meditation? Well, you’re in luck! Beginners can easily follow the guide below for the best relaxation and healing results: • Find a good guide who can teach you the various techniques and maximize the advantages of meditation. A spirit guide won’t be hard to find as long as you keep an open mind and are willing to step outside your comfort zone. • Always start your guided meditation by settling in a quiet place, be it on the floor, a cushion, bench, or chair. • Decide how much time you wish to devote at the start. Be consistent in your practice; if you can do it for just a few minutes each day, stick to the schedule. • Work on your posture and find one that helps you maintain a straight back. • Don’t pay heed to what people tell you about meditation. Trust your teacher and focus on your breathing. Tune into the sensation of being present. • Make a mental note of your mental concerns and physical tensions. Acknowledge them with kindness and try to release them and relax. • If your mind begins to wander, firmly yet gently bring it back to your breath. • When you’re ready to end the session, stretch, relax, and enjoy a moment of thankfulness before going back to your grinding schedule. Practice meditation a few minutes every day to put things in perspective, become more attuned to your feelings, and refresh your life. Attempt different methods and be flexible to enjoy the whole journey.
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