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Personal Private Home Tuition-Tutor | Yoga trainer in Jaipur Introduction: What is Meditation Although you don't need to formally meditate in order to practice hatha yoga; nor is the practice of hatha yoga mandatory in order to meditate - the two practices support one another.  The practice of yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur is a stepping stone toward successful meditation. At first, sitting still may feel strange and you may think you are wasting time. But you really are making excellent use of a relatively short span of time; you are retraining your mind to be more effective and creative. Through meditation you can gain new perspectives on life... You will feel encouraged to get the most benefit out of each day. Like other yogic paths, meditation is non-denominational. Meditative practices are part of many religious traditions. The Islamic Sufi Way, Judaism, Christian mysticism, and many Paths of yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur also include meditative practices. Meditation requires patience, understanding, and practice. Try not to expect any particular result. If you have no expectations, you will not get discouraged and stop practicing, and because you don't stop practicing, you will gradually become more and more comfortable in this different state of meditation. yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Control of the mind is the key to success in life.  The Benefits of Meditation In meditation, the overactive mind is calmed and turned inward. Meditation soothes the nervous system, balances the right and left hemispheres of the brain, centers attention, gives perspective and clarity, improves the powers of concentration, improves memory, improves confidence,  yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Meditation unites the mind and body. You can find peace of mind by learning to detach yourself from troubling thoughts. You will feel more energetic and able to cope with life.  This control is tremendously helpful in reducing such debilitating feelings as anger, fear, depression, negativity, and boredom. Blood-lactate level is related to anxiety and tension. The heartbeat tends to slow down. There also tend to be changes in the pattern of brain waves. A relaxed state is good for the heart and lowers blood pressure. It has been found to help relieve suffering from angina and arrhythmia and to lower blood cholesterol levels. It decreases perspiration, slows the rate of respiration accompanied by a decrease of metabolic wastes in the bloodstream.  Diabetics can benefit from meditation. yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Meditation has been shown to improve the regulation of glucose in patients with adult-onset diabetes. It has been shown to help asthmatics by lessening the emotional reactions that often precede attacks and improve the flow of air in constricted airway passages The causes of the pain ranged from backaches and headaches (both migraine and tension) to more serious cases seen in pain clinics. As you meditate you will find yourself more at home in the universe, more at ease with yourself, more able to work effectively at your tasks, and toward your goal, closer to your fellow man, less anxious and less hostile. When and Where to Meditate When: Traditionally, the morning is considered the optimal time because you are less likely to be distracted by the demands of your day.  Wait at least a half an hour after eating - up to three hours after a heavy meal - so there will not be competition for energy between digestion and meditation.  After the habit has been established, gradually lengthen the amount of time in five-minute increments. Short, regular sessions are fine, and better than infrequent long sessions. You may add 5 to 10 minutes of meditation at the end of your asana practice, or do  When not to Meditate: Don't attempt to meditate at a time of day that is always busy, or if you are overstimulated by caffeine or alcohol, because you may well be distracted. If you're feeling depressed or even just a little blue, it is not a good time to meditate. Meditation is best practiced in a positive frame of home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Where: It is helpful to create a special place to meditate; to create a certain simplicity around you that reminds you of the importance of giving care to your inner being. Use earplugs if external noise is disrupting your concentration. Positions for Meditation: Sitting: Sitting is the most commonly recommended posture for meditation. Sitting in a chair with your legs uncrossed and your feet flat on the floor also works and is often the best choice for beginners. This helps support the natural lumbar curve of the lower back. Depending on which technique you are following, the eyes may be opened or closed. Breathing is natural and free. walking: Tai chi and dance can also be used as moving home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Standing:  Either keep your eyes open or softly close them. yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Reclining:  Your eyes may be opened or closed; although it is easier to stay awake with your eyes open. This position entails a greater degree of alertness to remain awake and focused This pose brings about deep relaxation, as the body is still, yet passively alert and fully supported by the floor. Ways To Meditate: Concentration: Concentration meditation is the focusing of the mind upon a single subject. Through this attentiveness, the mind is united with the present moment. The subject that is chosen for attention will differ according to the meditation style, but the objective of sustaining a focus remains the same. The intention is to cultivate an undistracted and undivided attentiveness. The subject that is chosen serves as a steady anchor, a lifeline amidst the swirls of thoughts, images, and sensations. It is a place to continually and gently return to each time you become lost or entangled in the streams of activity that pass through your mind. The sustaining of the focus yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur upon a single object requires both perseverance and patience as you are faced again and again with the habitual wandering of the mind as it departs into the past and future . It is not willpower or striving that enables you to penetrate this habit but practice, consistency, and the right spirit of dedication and acceptance. Any attempt to resist or push away the thoughts that arise will only increase their intensity. A gentle but consistent returning of the attention to the selected focus is the way to bring the mind to calmness. Concentration focus subjects: Sound: feel a light sound yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Mantra yoga: Mantra hot yoga employs the use of a particular sound, phrase, prayer, or affirmation as a point of focus. If you choose to meditate on a sound, you can create your own mantra - silently or audibly repeating the word or phrase that is calming to you, such as "Om", "peace", "love", or "joy". Affirmations also work: "I am relaxed" or "I am calm and alert" are good.  it. A chant involves both rhythm and pitch; either in Sanskrit or reciting a meaningful prayer or affirmation in any home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Using a tape of chants or listening to a relaxing piece of music are also options. Imagery or Visualization: This involves visualizing an object such as a flower, a meadow, the ocean, a clear sky, a calm lake, a blank movie screen, or a chosen deity. Any object can be used; pick an image that gives you a relaxed, quiet feeling. With your eyes closed, visualize that image until you yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur experience a quiet feeling. Then gently let go of the image - let it dissolve - and let the quiet feeling remain as long as you can. Go back to your image as often as you need to in order to remain still. Be careful that you don't get so involved in the image that your mind gets carried away by memories and perceptions associated with that image. You can also focus on one of the body's chakras, or centers of primary energy, for your meditation subject to enhance the energy associated with that chakra. The Saturn chakra is at the base of the spine and is the source of dormant or coiled energy. The Jupiter chakra is behind the lower abdomen and is the source of creative energy and passion. The Mars chakra is behind the navel and is the source of activation energy. The Venus chakra is behind the heart and is the source of compassionate energy and emotion. The Mercury chakra is in the throat and is the source of communication energy. The Sun chakra is on the forehead between the eyebrows and is also called the "Third Eye". It is the source of perceptive energy, unclouded thinking, and intuition. The Thousand Petalled Lotus chakra is at the crown of the head. It is the source of enlightenment energy, bliss, and self-realization. Breathing: This involves using the breath as a point of focus such as observing the breath as it is without changing it in any way. You do this by observing every nuance of the breath and each sensation it produces: how it moves in your abdomen and torso, how it feels as it moves Or you may mentally think "in" while being aware of the breath coming in the nostrils and "out" while being aware of the breath leaving out of the nostrils.  By using yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur earplugs you can increase your concentration on the sound of your breath. Another way to observe the breath is to count it. Breathe in for 3 to 7 counts and breathe out for the same length of time. Another way to count breaths is to count breathing cycles. Inhale normally and then count on the exhale. Count up to 4 then start over. Or count the breaths from one to ten and then start again. Do this by inhaling and mentally counting one, then exhaling and counting two. Begin again when you reach ten. Physical Sensations: This involves focusing on a physical sensation such as how hot or cold your hands feel, or on a particular emotion or any area of discomfort you feel. Whatever you choose yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur remains your point of focus for the whole practice. Observing a physical sensation - becoming keenly aware of all its intricacies and yet remaining detached - can be more challenging than observing the breath. Mindfulness: Mindfulness meditation is slightly different from concentration practice; although it does hold within it an element of concentration. Where concentration practice is exclusive, focusing upon a single object while excluding other aspects of your experience, mindfulness meditation is inclusive. Your body, mind, feelings, mental states, perceptions, sounds, and sights are all equally embraced. Whatever is happening at any moment invites the application of mindfulness meditation; without judgment or preference. Mindfulness is concerned not with just thinking about the present moment but also with the intention to understand what is actually taking place beneath your concepts, thoughts, or ideas of what is occurring. In mindfulness yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur meditation the focus of attention will shift in accordance with the moment-to-moment changes that occur in your experience. How to Meditate: Find a place - as secluded, simple, and quiet as possible. Choose whatever position you find most comfortable. It is important to be as comfortable as possible so you won't be distracted by any discomfort. Wear socks and cover yourself with a blanket if you need to so you won't get cold. yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Decide on your point of focus. Or, if glancing at a clock periodically is too distracting, you can set a timer. or startle you awake when the time is up. Begin by bringing your attention to your breathing. Do not be surprised or discouraged by how frequently your thoughts wander. Continue for the length of time you decided upon at the beginning of your session. Do not leap right up out of meditation. Come out slowly. Take 3 to 5 deep abdominal breaths. Open your eyes and slowly get up. Try to become completely aware of this second. Try to live in the moment. My Favorite Meditations: Breath Counting Meditation: Place yourself in a comfortable position so that you will have as few distracting signals from your body as possible; sitting, lying on the floor, or standing. Closing the eyes shuts out more distractions. Take a few slow deep breaths. Now start counting silently each time you breathe out. Count "one" for the first breath, "two" for the second," three" for the third," four" for the fourth, and then start with "one" again. Keep repeating this procedure until the time is up. The goal is to be doing simply that and nothing more. If other thoughts come in, simply accept the fact that you are straying from the instructions and bring yourself gently and firmly back to the counting. A variation on this is to include an "and" between the counts to "fill up" the space between exhalations.  Mantra Meditation:  This is one of the most yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur widely used forms of meditation. It consists of a word, phrase, or sentence repeated over and over and over again. Start by finding a comfortable position. Close your eyes, if you like. Take a few deep, slow, breaths. Then start repeating your word or phrase. Do this either aloud or silently to yourself. Keep trying to think of your mantra and nothing else. Contemplation Meditation:  Essentially this meditation is learning to look at something actively, dynamically, alertly, but without words. same way as if you were feeling it. Really look at it, learn it by eye. Do not stare at one point on the object. Do not stare at one point on the object. Candle Meditation: Meditating on a lit candle is a very old practice. It is gentle and calming. It is also a comparatively easy introduction to the art of concentration. Sit erect on the floor or in a chair, having placed the candle a short distance in front of you where you can see it clearly. Gaze steadily at the candle flame for two or three minutes, noting first of all its outline - how steady it is, how it flickers - and the colors in the flame. In the beginning you may only be able to do this for a few moments before the visual impression becomes vague or lost. The Meditation of the Thousand-Petaled Lotus:  The basis of this yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur meditation is the idea of the lotus with a thousand petals symbolizing that everything is connected to everything else. Each of the petals symbolizes the connection between the center and something else. Select something you'd like to meditate upon. It is preferable to select something that creates positive feelings for you. After you have chosen the center word, get comfortable, and contemplate it and wait. Contemplate the connection between the two words for about 3 or 4 seconds. In either case you do nothing more than regard the two words for a few seconds. Then return to the center word and wait for the next association and repeat the procedure. yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur Continue for the length of time you have planned. This meditation often leads to surprising insights about yourself.   yoga home tuition-tutor in Jaipur

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