16 Tips For A Dynamic Meditation Experience!

Meditation

1. Posture is as important as breathing correctly

2. Comfort and relaxation set the tone for proper mediation

3. Silence is important

4. Cleanliness helps with energy flow

5. Mediation experiences will vary sometimes

6. Do not eat or drink before meditating

7. Lay on your back or choose a comfortable chair for sitting

8. Keep the body warm by covering the neck with a scarf or cover the body with a blanket

9. Breathing is most important. It is what takes us into the trance state

10. Use a pillow or small piece of fabric into the curve of the back area to help with correcting breathing, posture and comfort.

11. Avoid excess sugar, salt, over eating and processed foods

12. Thoughts will come and go during meditation, witness it and let thoughts pass without focusing on them. Focus on the breath.

13. During mediation certain changes happen in the body. The body will sometimes lightly buzz, vibrate, pulse, or heat up or cool down.

14. No two people will have the exact experience with meditation each time. This is normal.

15. Incense are a no-no for most meditation, there are many harmful incense out there. Incense can hinder breathing deep and properly as well

16. Keep a pen and paper near during a meditation session, insight is known to come to those who go within (inner wisdom)

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About Sereda Aleta Dailey

Sereda Aleta Dailey is known by friends and seekers by her title: Sahyofeya, which means 'Great Mother'. She was born on 16th December 1977 in Salinas, California. Sereda, is a full-time writer and a health, spirituality and writing enthusiast for decades. She has published several noteworthy videos and articles online. She is a member and founder of the Bliss Returned Network. In her spare time she practices peace and joy in being fully present. She plays with astrology, creating art and adoring nature. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband, currently working on her 11th novel.

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