2612568276918. Beginner's Guide to Meditation - Passiveness in Your Attitude

Beginners Guide to Meditation

Beginners Guide to Meditation

Passiveness In Your Attitude

Beginner’s Guide to MeditationPassiveness in Your Attitude – The next key ingredient in meditation is your attitude. Often, the attitude that is most commonly required and talked about is that of poised awareness.

Your attitude is probably the most important element in this entire process. It is called poised awareness because that’s just what you are. You are relaxed but alert in such a way that is the perfect balance between the two.

When you enter this type of awareness, you notice what is happening around you but you are not focusing on it. You are casually aware of these things and yet you are detached from them.

When new thoughts enter your mind, you must let them just pass through, knowing that they have come but not caring much about them. As you gaze at your meditation object, you’ll want to allow your mind the ability to notice what is happening around you.

But, when your mind wanders away and you begin to add additional thoughts onto that original one, developing an interest in them, come back to that meditation object and readdress your methods of entering into meditation.

When you learn to keep your mind focused and relaxed, you can realize that your mind has gone off into another direction and bring it back to where we want it to be for meditation.

When you enter poised awareness, you will at first need to fight to stay there. Yet, over time, you’ll find yourself being able to stay in focus throughout your meditation experience. You don’t have to fight it as much.

A passive attitude is one in which your mind can notice that there are other thoughts passing through, but that stays relaxed and doesn’t focus on those thoughts.

When you can do this, you’ll be able to notice but not react to those distractions that come your way, therefore allowing your body and mind to enter into meditation more easily.

Your Meditation Object

There is one more piece of the puzzle to enter into meditation through practicing yourself. You need to have a meditation object to use to help direct and focus your attention on.

The object that you use is generally called a mantra, which is actually a specific word or even a syllable.

Sometimes, like in Buddhism meditation, you’ll focus on your breathing movements as your object for meditation. If you do decide to use breathing as your method for entering into meditation, then do so correctly. You need to make your meditation method use the rise and fall of your abdomen rather than the presence of inhaling air.

In addition, make sure to use breathing that comes you’re your diaphragm rather than from your stomach. Proper posture will help this as will practicing how to use it.

Once you get into a meditation state, you’ll find that the rhythm of your breathing in the movement of your body will help to promote deep relaxation.

Either of these, mantra or breathing, can be used as your meditation object so long as they provide relaxation.

You can also use various other elements in the room you are in. If you choose to do this, make sure that the element you select is something that provides relaxation.

Some individuals like to close their eyes in order to relax and then to induce meditation. This is up to you and your preferences for meditation.

Should you go with a mantra for your method of inducing meditation, do so with careful thought. Although some meditation therapists will tell you that a specific selection of sounds should be used for your mantra as determined by your nervous system, there isn’t a lot of noticeable benefit from this.

You can use any word that is neutral and that allows you to stay focused. It should not be something that easily brings another thought to your mind.

It doesn’t have to be a word either. It can be a nonsensical sound or a grouping of sounds.

Remember that your mind needs to enter into a phase in which no thoughts or very few thoughts and no thoughts of meaning are passing through it.

When this happens, the deepest level of thought and consciousness is found and only then can it happen.

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Beginner’s Guide to Meditation

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