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MP3's, CD's and download cards with simple meditations for everyday life, derived from the Buddhist Tradition
At this time of uncertainty, many people are looking at different ways of dealing with stress and negative thoughts, especially during the long periods of self isolation. One way that is guaranteed to reduce both stress and anxiety is meditation. Below are some tips to help you get started.
Try to find a clean and clutter free space within your home, with as few distractions around as possible.
At first it may be helpful to dedicate 5-10 minutes a day towards developing inner peace. As you become more familiar with meditating, and begin to experience its beneficial effects, you will find it easier to make this time, or even more time available. Even with the busiest of lifestyle.
We can sit in the traditional cross legged posture or in any other position that is comfortable. If we wish we can sit in a chair. The most important thing is to keep our back straight to prevent our mind from becoming sluggish or sleepy
If you want to further your meditation journey and meet like minded people, there are meditation centres offering classes and retreats in a city near you.