The technique of meditation: put in mind the order in 12 steps
Meditation (from Latin meditatio - meditation) is a kind of mental exercises used as part of spiritual-religious or recreational practice, or a special mental state resulting from these exercises (or for other reasons). There are many techniques of meditation. During meditation, a practitioner usually needs to take a certain position. The object of concentration is usually sensations within the body, internal images, less often emotions. Sometimes an object of concentration can be an external physical object. Meditation can be combined with breathing exercises.
One of the simplest and most effective ways to calm down and overcome internal chaos is meditation. One of the simplest techniques in this sense is so-called awareness. Take this page with you on vacation, rest as it should.
The technique of awareness became popular thanks to Andy Paddikomb , whom The New Times in 2014 called "Jamie Oliver meditation." At one time, Andy abandoned his studies at a gymnasium and became a Buddhist monk. Then he returned to secular life and began to teach people what he had learned - a new technique of bringing the inner world in order (perhaps you even met his book Meditation and Mindfulness, it was published in Russian).
"Awareness means that you are here and now and are open to the world," Andy says. "She does not teach us to pretend that there are no problems, she teaches us not to get mad because of them too much."
Twelve conscious steps
- 12. And finally: try to keep this calm inside yourself as long as possible. And then find a quiet place and ... see point 01.