Below are great tips which will allow you to focus on yourself throughout meditation rather than the internal chatter in your head.
– Make sure you find a tranquil location in your house. If you live with kids, let them know you don’t like to be disrupted for just 10 mins. By doing this you can be sure you can have a short while to yourself. Ten minutes is the minimum, it is best to do it for at least 30 minutes. Switch off your mobile phone as well as alarm clocks, or other electronic devices for that interval. You need to be very calm, and a loud noise can bust your state of hypnosis which is not beneficial to your mind and body.
– Take a seat on the floor with a pad and cross your legs. If you can’t sit on the surface, you can also take a seat on a chair. It is very important for your body to be comfy. You will not be able to focus if all your muscles aren’t comfy.
– Take a breath using your nose and hold it in. Take a deep inhale. Now exhale it using your mouth. Try it for some times till your breathing becomes normal.
– At this moment, your thoughts should begin getting clear. However, when you hear sounds in your mind, you should keep with the deep breathing. If your thoughts are running haywire, try to consider your lifestyle, the world, and how insignificant everything is.
– Be peaceful, calm, and non-judgmental. If your mind is calm, you will find serenity in your heart. This condition will be similar to the state when you go to sleep. But you won’t be sleeping- you’ll be in a subconscious state of mind.
– When you have done meditating, wiggle your hands slowly to come back into form. When you think you are prepared, gently open your eyes and look around. Then turn the lights back on.
Nature is a healer in itself. It provides cure for all illnesses. All you need to do is to help nature help you. Meditate regularly and you’ll have the big difference in some days. But take into account that it requires time for the results to start indicating. Meditate consistently for at least two months before you count on seeing some obvious changes.