Is Meditation a part of Yoga? Or is Yoga a part of Meditation? Well! We are not going to get into this debate until you are ready. If by the end of this blog, you are convinced that you can find self-awareness with Meditation, then our ultimate goal of adding more value to human life is accomplished. Maybe, we will answer all the debating questions too, but only if you are open to exploring the other side of the world too.
“Meditation is a voice that doesn’t make any noise with the words.”
Which world are we talking about – a parallel universe, the fourth-dimensional world? No. We are discussing the “spiritual world”, which, if not discovered by you alone; will never be found by another. Like mental-freedom, it’s the higher-state you reach when you set yourself free from the materialistic things and sit quietly to dive within. It’s the day when you decide to listen to your inner voice more than the suggestions of others. Isn’t that what you are doing right now? Outer-guidance is required, but inner-guidance is essential.
How to practice Meditation?
Meditation is the art of finding yourself. Sit in a mudra position with crossed legs by keeping the back of your hands on your knees, erect spine, and arms straight on each side of the leg. Concentration becomes better when you close your eyes and just breathe deeply. Initially, start by only focusing on your breath and let the thoughts pass by until they are erased. This is a gradual process where you can increase your vibrations by extending your Meditation session.
The benefits of Meditation
How to find self- awareness in your Meditation practice
Know that you are already on your journey to become fully self-aware because you are still here, finding out reasons and staying till the end of this blog to find out the answers.
There is no hard and fast rule to start meditation. You just have to come up with a way to connect to your inner-self and that would be the best approach for you. Always be kind to yourself and gradually everything will be revealed.