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How to shape your meditation routine

How to shape your meditation routine
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by the chaos around you? Does fatigue greet you as soon as you wake up? Do you experience restlessness, unease, or frustration from the most minor things? You're not alone. These moments often happen when we lose touch with ourselves.


Being mindful means being aware of our thoughts and feelings. You might be wondering how to do that. Well, the answer is simple: through meditation. Many people are afraid to try meditation because they think it's expensive or requires candles and oils (although they can be nice, they're optional). But in reality, meditation is easy and can be done anywhere, anytime.


Meditation Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide


1. Seek a calm spot.



Locate a peaceful and quiet area within your home, such as your bedroom, bathroom, backyard, or balcony. Any place where you can sit comfortably will suffice.


2. Allocate a specific time.



Refrain from diving into a full-hour meditation session. Start small with just 10 minutes. As you establish a routine, gradually add 5 minutes each week.


3. Engage your senses.



Begin by adopting the correct posture and allowing your body to relax while releasing tension. With closed eyes, inhale gently through your nose and exhale through your mouth.


4. Embrace your thoughts.



    Now that you've entered a tranquility, allow your mind to reflect. Slowly untangle each thought and emotion, ensuring that you approach them without judgment.


    5. Maintain composure and carry on.



    Redirect your focus to your deep breaths and gradually open your eyes. Take a few moments to sit still, observe your surroundings, and tune in to how your body feels. Carry a sense of calm with you as you navigate the rest of your day.

      We can approach our thoughts and emotions with a calm and non-reactive mindset through meditation. By engaging all our senses, we encourage a connection that enables us to think through situations more rationally and acknowledge our emotional state.

      Meditation is a personal journey, so tailor the practice to your preferences and needs. You can experience the many benefits of this simple yet profound practice with consistency and patience.

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