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My Meditation About Meditation Techniques

Posted Jul 2008

Researches have shown that meditation techniques can significantly alleviate stress and feeling of anxiety, therefore provide positive influence to your mind and body.


What is the Meditation?

Meditation is an Active process that calms down your mind. By applying the meditation techniques, your brain temporarily "detach" from every day's pressure and "attach" to your inner oasis of calmness. Even if you meditate for only a few minutes a day, you will acquire astonishing ability to cope with your life. You will be able to develop consciousness about your inner being.

Researches have shown that meditation techniques can significantly alleviate stress and feeling of anxiety, therefore provide positive influence to your mind and body. Since it does not require any sport skill, conducting meditation techniques is ideal for those who are sick, or those who recover from injuries.

Understanding the Meditation Techniques

The Meditation – calming of the mind until reaching a complete focus or concentration – is practiced by many people for centuries. We can achieve feeling that is familiar to meditation if we focus, for example to music or problem solving. The difference between previously mentioned state of mind and meditation is in the depth of the focus. During the meditation the focus is total, therefore your mind and object of your meditation become one. Practicing the Meditation techniques is the beginning of spiritual growth.

Meditation Techniques With or Without an Object


Broadly speaking, there are two types of meditation techniques: Concrete Meditation ( also known as Meditation on Object ) and Abstract Meditation ( Meditation without an Object ). First type of meditation technique takes an object, picture, sound, or symbol. Meditator use an Object as mean to achieve greater concentration. It is generally assumed that this type of meditation technique is easier than meditation without an object, since mind is in position to "catch" something concretely, like light of a candle.

During meditation without an object, there is no outside focus. This type of meditation technique has a purpose of focusing on inner self or abstract idea, instead on object. It is useful to try both meditation techniques, in order to identify which style fits better to you.

 

 

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