Meditation is an excellent way to heal your mind and improve your spiritual life. It is bound to enhance your view of the world, and yourself, therefore, improve your overall lifestyle. However, if you are a beginner and you just don’t know what to do maybe our list will help you.

How to meditate at home – tips and tricks

Preparing for meditation can be pretty valuable when it comes to this skill, it will provide you with a deeper experience, and you will probably feel a lot better. So what to do and how to meditate when you’re at home? Check out the following tips.

1. Choose the convenient time

MeditationBefore you decide to start meditating, choose a suitable time for yourself. According to nature the best time for meditation is around sunrise and sunset, if you’re living somewhere surrounded by nature, even better, it will be the best experience you ever had. Also, be sure you’re home alone when meditation occurs, just to prevent disruption.

2. Choose a suitable place

If you cannot meditate at home because your family is too noisy and you’re never alone, choose an ideal location for yourself. Search for quiet places possibly surrounded by nature. This way you will make your meditation time more enjoyable and relaxing.

3. Find a comfortable position

Without a comfortable body position, meditation is nothing. Find the most comfortable posture of your body, the posture that will allow you to sit still and relax, a position that won’t disturb you in your meditation. Disrupting the meditation process just to change the position of your body won’t let you relax and enjoy it.

4. Don’t overeat


Be sure you don’t overeat before you start meditation. Full stomach certainly isn’t going to let you relax, however, don’t meditate when you’re too hungry either. If you’re hungry, you won’t be able to sit back and relax, and you will get cramps, and then you can say goodbye to practicing. The ideal time for meditation is before having a meal but only if you’re not starving.

5.  Warm-Up

A few warm-up exercises or yoga positions before meditation will calm you down and improve your circulation bringing your body in perfect condition for relaxation.

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