Addiction to psychics meditation available to help you to remain calm – instead of worrying about the future.
What is meditation?
Meditation refers to a state where your body and mind are consciously relaxed and focussed. Practitioners of this art report increased awareness, focus, and concentration, as well as a more positive outlook in life.
Meditation is most commonly associated with monks, mystics and other spiritual disciplines. However, you don’t have to be a monk or mystic to enjoy its benefits. And you don’t even have to be in a special place to practice it. You could even try it in your own living room.
If you have an over-dependence or addiction to psychics or tarot readers, stemming from anxiety about the future, then meditation can help to calm your mind, so that you can feel less stressed and less inclined to contact psychics.
What is the point of meditation?
Although there are many different approaches to meditation, the fundamental principles remain the same. The most important among these principles is that of removing obstructive, negative, and wandering thoughts and fantasies, and calming the mind with a deep sense of focus. This clears the mind of debris and prepares it for a higher quality of activity.
The negative thoughts you have – those of troublesome relationships, looming redundancy or financial woes – are said to contribute to the polluting of the mind. Shutting them out allows for the cleansing of the mind, so that it may attend to deeper, more meaningful thoughts.
How to meditate
Some practitioners even shut out all sensory input – no sights, no sounds, and nothing to touch, and try to detach themselves from the commotion around them. You may now focus on a deep, profound thought if this is your goal. It may seem deafening at first, since we are all too accustomed to constantly hearing and seeing things, but as you continue this exercise you will find yourself becoming more aware of everything around you.
It’s important to be in a comfortable position conducive to concentration. This may be while sitting cross-legged, standing, lying down, and even walking. If the position allows you to relax and focus, then that would be a good starting point. While sitting or standing, the back should be straight, but not tense or tight. In other positions, the only no-no is slouching and falling asleep. Loose, comfortable clothes are best, since tight fitting clothes have a tendency to choke you up and make you feel tense.
Where is the best place to meditate?
The place you perform meditation should have a soothing atmosphere. It may be in your living room, bedroom, or any place that you feel comfortable in. You might want an exercise mat if you plan to take on more challenging positions. You may want to have the place arranged so that it is soothing to your senses.
Silence helps most people relax and meditate, so you may want a quiet, isolated area far from the ringing of the phone or the humming of the washing machine. Aromatic scents can help, so stocking up on scented candles or an essential oil diffuser isn’t such a bad idea either.
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Meditating with a mantra
The monks you see on television making those monotonous sounds are actually performing their mantra. This, in simple terms, is a short creed, a simple sound which, for these practitioners, holds a mystic value.
You do not need to perform such; however, it would pay to note that focussing on repeated actions such as breathing or humming, help the practitioner enter a higher state of consciousness. The goal here is inward fixed attention. You could also try focussing on a certain object or thought, or even, while keeping your eyes open, focus on a single sight.
Release the tension
One sample routine would be to – while in a meditative state – silently name every part of your body, concentrating your consciousness on that part. While doing this you should be aware of any tension in any part of your body. Mentally visualize releasing this tension. It works wonders!
In all, meditation is a relatively risk-free practice and its benefits are well worth the effort (or non-effort – remember we’re relaxing). Studies have shown that meditation does bring about beneficial physiologic effects to the body. And there has been a growing consensus in the medical community to further study the effects of such. So, in the near future, who knows, that mystical, esoteric thing we call meditation might become a science itself!
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