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Nicole
who could share the way of meditation? For yoga.
Oct 17, 2012 7:38 AM
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You do some simple things as i mentioned below: Find a quiet place to be alone for 5 - 10 minutes. Sit upright in a chair, but not too rigidly, remove your shoes and keep your feet slightly apart. If you can sit comfortably on the floor, do so, with shoes off. Have the palms of both hands open on your knees. Close your eyes. Become aware of your surroundings, then direct your attention inside, to the base of your spine. Slowly, pull your attention up through the center of your body along the spinal column, until it comes to rest on the top of your head and slightly forward, to the place where the soft spot was when you were a baby. Keeping your eyes closed, firmly press the palm of your right hand onto this soft spot on your head, then raise your right hand about six inches above your head, palm down. Move it up and down slightly until you locate an energy between your head and your hand. You may feel it on your palm either as cool or warm. Keep your attention where your hand is over your head, then bring the hand back on to your lap. You may repeat step 4 using your left hand, as one hand may be more sensitive than the other. Sit like this for 5 - 10 minutes, in mental silence. If a thought pops up, just watch it rise and fall, or say either, “I forgive” or “Not now”. Slowly open your eyes at the end of your meditation. Become aware of any change you may feel inside your body, or any shift in your attention
October 17, 2012
this is my favorite topic, i can chat 1000 hours at this he he he :) but you didnt tell me what kind of way you are trying to know, bcz here are many
October 17, 2012
What I know is that Meditation is one of the 5 Principles of Yoga. It is the practice by which there is constant observation of the mind. It requires you to focus your mind at one point and make your mind still in order to perceive the 'self'. Through the practice of Meditation, you will achieve a greater sense of purpose and strength of will. It also helps you achieve a clearer mind, improve your concentration, and discover the wisdom and tranquility within you.
October 17, 2012
Nicole
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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English