Meditation technique: restore order in your head in 12 steps
Meditation (from the Latin. Meditatio - meditation) - a type of mental exercises used in the composition of spiritual-religious or recreational practice, or a special mental state arising from these exercises (or for other reasons). There are many meditation techniques. During meditation, the practitioner usually needs to take a certain posture. The object of concentration is usually the sensations inside the body, internal images, less often emotions. Sometimes the object of concentration may be an external physical object. Meditation can be combined with breathing exercises.
One of the easiest and most effective ways to calm down and overcome inner chaos is meditation. One of the simplest techniques in this sense is the so-called awareness. Take this page with you on vacation, take a good rest.
The mindfulness technique became popular thanks to Andy Paddikombu , whom the New Times newspaper in 2014 called "Jamie Oliver of Meditation." At one time, Andy abandoned his studies at a physical education college and became a Buddhist monk. Then he returned to social life and began to teach people what he himself had learned - a new technique for bringing the inner world in order (perhaps you even met his book Meditation and Awareness, it was published in Russian).
“Awareness means that you are here and now and open to the world,” says Andy. “She doesn't teach you to pretend that there are no problems, she teaches you not to rave about them too much.”
Twelve Conscious Steps
- 12. And finally: try to maintain this calm within yourself as long as possible. And then find a quiet place and ... see paragraph 01.