Meditation

13When we want to achieve a result, our aim, and we have an emotion behind that, a positive emotion that is driving us to that aim, then we have to realize that a result is not achieved by just one cause. There has to be many, many causes and conditions coming together in order to produce a result.

One reason, obviously, would be because your mind does not work like that, and it makes you very troubled, it causes us a great deal of unhappiness, and it prevents us from functioning at your best in life. It could also be affecting badly your health. It could be affecting badly your family and your other relationships.
It could be affecting badly your work. But you want to overcome some sort of deficiency, some sort of problem that you have mentally and emotionally. In this situation best way is meditation.

What is meditation?
Meditation is a method for training your minds to have a more beneficial state of mind or attitude. Meditation is a tool; it’s a method.

For certain very advanced exercises in meditation in which we’re also working with the energy systems of the body, then the posture is important. But you need to be able to meditate in any type of situation. So if you’re used to sitting cross-legged on a cushion, fine; but maybe you’re on a plane or you’re on a train and so you can’t do that, so you meditate while sitting in your seat – not a problem. It’s important in the beginning that it be quiet. Many people meditate early in the morning or late at night when there’s less traffic noise.

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Concentration meditation
A concentrative meditation technique involves focusing on a single point. This form of meditation entail watching the breath. Since focusing the mind is challenging, a beginner might meditate for only a few minutes and then work up to longer durations.

In this form of meditation, you simply refocus your awareness on the chosen object of attention each time you notice your mind wandering. Rather than pursuing random thoughts, you simply let them go. Through this process, your ability to concentrate improves.

Mindfulness meditation
Mindfulness meditation technique encourages the practitioner to observe wandering thoughts as they drift through the mind. The intention is not to get involved with the thoughts or to judge them, but simply to be aware of each mental note as it arises.

Through mindfulness meditation, you can see how your thoughts and feelings tend to move in particular patterns. Over time, you can become more aware of the human tendency to quickly judge experience as “good” or “bad” (“pleasant” or “unpleasant”). With practice, an inner balance develops.