Ayurveda expert

Our mental health may be neglected in the midst of our hectic schedules, workplace stress, personal responsibilities, and a plethora of other responsibilities.

As a result, it’s critical to get the body and mind in shape and work on reducing stress. One of the ways of doing that, as proposed by Ayurvedic master Dr. Dixa Bhavsar, is reflection. Dr. Bhavsar wrote in an Instagram post, “The goal of meditation isn’t to control your thoughts, it’s to stop letting them control you.” This is in addition to helping you improve your concentration.

Learn more about how to properly incorporate meditation into your life by reading the information provided below.

The majority of people are underestimating the complexity and difficulty of meditation. In the caption, Dr. Bhavsar wrote, “Read these steps, make sure you’re in a place where you can relax into this process, set a timer, and give it a shot.”

Set a time limit: Choosing a short amount of time, like five or ten minutes, can help you meditate effectively.

Pay attention to your body: Before you begin to meditate, make sure you are stable and in a position where you can stay for a while. The expert stated, “You can sit loosely in a cross-legged position, you can kneel, all are fine.” You can sit in a chair with your feet flat on the floor.

Explore your breath: Pay attention to the sensation of your breath as it comes in and out.

Return your attention to your breathing and carry on meditating when you notice that your mind has wandered—in a few seconds, a minute, or five minutes—and note when this happens. Do not judge yourself or obsess over the content of your wandering thoughts; instead, be kind to them. Make sure you return.

Close with kindness: When you are ready, gently lift your gaze (or open your eyes if they are closed). Take a moment to listen to any sounds around you. Take note of how your body feels immediately following your meditation. Take note of your feelings and thoughts.

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