There are many articles, books, and lectures that teach on the practice of meditation. Yet most people do not understand exactly how to achieve a real state of meditation. continue
First, let’s sit down. There are different sitting poses you can choose from and you can find information about them by clicking on the following: continue
There is no doubt that the practice of Asanas prior to meditation can prepare, accelerate, and lead the mind to the meditative state. continue
Best Places to Meditate
The best place to meditate should be a quiet place in the house where there are no people passing by. It could be a room or small corner, but should be ventilated. The temperature of the room shouldn’t be too cool or too hot, and the room shouldn’t be too bright either. continue
Best Time to Meditate
Meditation can be done at any time. The most auspicious times to meditate are at 4 AM and 4 PM. It is said that the angle between the earth and the sun is 60 degrees and that being in a sitting position at these times will balance the pituitary and pineal glands giving you maximum results.continue
How Eating, Sex and Sleep Affect Your Meditation
When you meditate, the frequency of your brain passes from Beta waves to Alpha waves. This means that the parasympathetic part of the brain takes charge of the nervous system. continue
Breath Control or Pranayama
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali describe the path to follow to attain meditation, also called Dyana. The path indicated must be followed as described, step by step. One step will guide you to the next. It is not possible to skip one; for example… continue
The science of Pranayama deals with the nervous system and are considered important preparatory practices for meditation. When experimenting with and observing Pranayama, you will notice such benefits like feeling calm and relaxed in both body and mind. continue
Basic Procedures for Alternate Nostril Breathing
This Pranayama is called Nadi Shodhanam. It should be done at least twice a day, morning and evening.
A Specific Program to Get You Started
This program is not one which you will find in a quick meditation guide; it has been studied and thoroughly experimented throughout long periods of time. continue
Time and Effects During Meditation
3 MINUTES Increases blood circulation. This distributes the neuroendocrine secretions throughout the body.
7 MINUTES Brain frequency waves start shifting from Beta waves to Alpha waves (more calming waves), and can continue even to deep relaxation delta waves. At the same time, the electromagnetic field around the body increases in strength… continue
How many days should I do this Meditation for?
– 40 DAYS YOU CAN DEVELOP OR CHANGE A NEW HABIT.
TAKE THIS TO THE NEXT LEVEL AND… continue
There are so many benefits associated with the practice of meditation. Here are some of them: (1) Mediation creates a metabolic state deeper than that which occurs during sleep. (2) Meditation reduces blood lactate, a symptom of stress… continue
Tips for a Meditative Mental State
Don’t judge yourself. Act as a witness to your thoughts. Re-focus on the breath. Every time you find yourself engaging in mental distractions, congratulate yourself because you have just passed a great barrier: BEING AWARE. Then, return to the breath… continue
Different Types of Meditation
The Buddhist meditation, also known as Mindfulness meditation is about keep the mind fully focused in the present moment. No past, no future, no mental connotations, just present, here and now… continue
Frequent Questions and Answers
There are so many different types of meditation. How do I know which one to follow? All the authentic different meditation paths have the same goal: to know your inner self. So no matter which path you choose to follow, it will lead you to the same place… continue