Siddharth Bhan, a Hatha Yoga, Kriya Yoga and a meditation expert discusses the different types of meditation.
The term meditation is thrown around so often that sometimes, we lose the essence of it. It can be defined as a set of techniques that are intended to encourage an elevated state of awareness and focused attention. It is a habitual process that helps you to train your mind to focus. People use this
It is well documented that the brain uses shortcuts to increase its efficiency. The brain relies on information from past experiences to direct your thoughts and behaviors for the task at hand. For example, Rita considered herself a very busy working woman. Everyday her default activity in the car on her way to work would
It is always a mystery to what practice can do for you until you try on your own and encounter it change your life.
Is it right for you?
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Do you usually worry about how long you should meditate? Is it 5, 10 or 15 minutes a day? Or Is it 5 days in a week? Is this something you have to do forever or will a few weeks/months be enough? How long is really long enough? This and others are the frequently-asked questions
Choosing a meditation practice that suits your needs and requirements is of paramount importance!