when you serve and smile on someone’s face, then you also have good energy and blessings.
Silence moves along with meditation. When you are in silence, the speed of your mind decreases and you easily go into meditation.
By doing some yoga, this clutter in the body goes away and restlessness disappears. With this, your mind becomes stable and you experience deep meditation.
Think of those days when you have meditated after eating fried and meat-eating meals and then think of those days when you meditate after eating light and nutritious meals.
Emotions are sacred by singing in Satsang and you experience an expansion. Our “little mind” that keeps on talking continuously becomes calm, and when you meditate, you have a deep experience
Keeping discipline and respecting practice takes deep meditation. Therefore, set the time for your daily meditation and look at the magic, how do you go into the depths of meditation?
Along with your breath, you can focus on bodily sensations. Pay attention to the physical sensations in your body, such as the feeling of your feet on the floor or the weight of your body on the cushion or chair.
You can imagine a serene place like a beach, a forest, or a meadow. This visualization can help calm your mind and reduce distractions.
Instead of trying to stop your thoughts, you can practice mindfulness by observing your thoughts without attachment or judgment
Use sound as your point of focus. This can be a repetitive sound (like a bell or a mantra) or the sounds in your environment. Instead of resisting external noises, incorporate them into your practice by being fully aware of them.
Consider using props or aids such as meditation cushions, essential oils, or calming music to enhance your meditation experience and create a peaceful atmosphere.
Start from your toes and work your way up through your body, tensing and then releasing each muscle group. This can help you become more aware of your body and promote relaxation.
Join a meditation group or community. Meditating with others can provide support, accountability, and a sense of belonging, which can help improve your practice.