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Meditation Technique

There is no one meditation technique that is right for everyone, the technique that you will use for meditating will more then likely be determined by your personality.

Some people prefer the meditation technique used in mindful meditation which focuses not on a single purpose but rather, you are aware of all thoughts, feelings, sounds and images that pass through your mind. This meditation technique is said to help you be aware of situations and thoughts rather than react to them, thus allowing you to deal with them in the best way.

Other people will find the best meditation technique for them is a type of concentrative meditation; these techniques focus on a single image, sound, mantra or your own breathing. This is used to still the mind and allow a greater awareness and clarity of mind to emerge.

Whichever meditation technique you are using or decide to use, it should feel comfortable, this way you will maximise the benefits that meditation has to offer.

If you are trying meditation for the first time then it may be beneficial to try one meditation technique for a few days and then evaluate how you feel about it, please don’t evaluate it on what effects you are having, as these will differ from day to day but rather evaluate the technique on how comfortable you feel using it.

If it feels uncomfortable then try a different meditation technique until you find one that best suits you, and remember it is not so much the technique that is important but the fact that you are meditating and know which ever technique you decide on the benefits will be immense.

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By Joyce Bingham

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