Reap the great benefits of meditation

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of the word, MEDITATION.

Unfortunately, despite all the great benefits we can get from this technique such as focusing your attention on a specific object, sound, or thought to help you achieve a state of relaxation and clarity of mind, only a few really practice it.


Maybe it’s because what we only knew about meditation is sitting still while closing our eyes and trying not to sleep. Trust me, I’m also one of those who’ve got great misconceptions about meditation as well. Nowadays though, I’ve been reaping the fruits of what I’ve learned about how meditation is done and enjoying the great benefits of it which I love, specifically, the clarity of mind.

Let me share with you how meditation is done and how you can do this practice yourself and reap the fruits as well as I do!

Find a quiet and comfortable place: Choose a quiet and comfortable space where you can sit or lie down without being disturbed.

Get into a comfortable position: Sit or lie down in a comfortable position with your back straight and your hands resting on your lap or on your knees.

Set a timer: Set a timer for the amount of time you want to meditate, such as 5, 10, or 20 minutes.

Focus on your breath: Focus your attention on your breath as you inhale and exhale. You can count your breaths or simply observe them.

Notice when your mind wanders: When your mind starts to wander, simply notice it and gently bring your attention back to your breath.

Practice regularly: Consistent practice is key to developing a regular meditation practice. Try to meditate for a few minutes every day, gradually increasing the amount of time you spend meditating.

And like every skill you want to hone, meditation takes time and practice to develop. Be patient with yourself and try not to judge your experience. Over time, you may find that meditation helps you feel more relaxed, focused, and centered.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla in collaboration with Bohemian Bibliophile.

18 thoughts on “Reap the great benefits of meditation

  1. Meditation is indeed a very healthy practice to inculcate in our daily life.

  2. I meditate every day both for health and work. Apart from the health benefits, it is a great way to refresh the mind to get the creative juices flowing.

  3. I have tried meditation, but my mind just refuses to settle. 🙂 But yes, the benefits are immense….many vouch for it.

  4. Even I struggle with meditation. Every morning I do a session for 15 minutes and I struggle to focus. However slowly I am getting better at it and feel more relaxed now after meditating.

  5. An insightful and helpful post as always. In todays, tech gen sitting with just our thoughts and an undisturbed mind is the need of the day. Thank you for the practical tips.

  6. I have been meditating for a few years now and it is really helpful. You are absolutely right, meditation can be done anywhere.

  7. Thank you for sharing your experience and insights on the benefits of meditation. It’s true that meditation has numerous advantages, but many people are still hesitant to try it due to misconceptions. Your post can help encourage more people to give it a try and reap the benefits for themselves. Keep up the good work!

  8. This is something that i have been meaning to start but have been pretty unsuccessful till now. It is strange – I can sit still and do absolutely nothing and unwind but I cant seem to meditate!

  9. I have been meditating for years and over time, all my clarity has come through inner awareness. It is one of the best practices for any human being.

  10. I used to meditate and followed the process that you just mentioned in this post but somehow it didnt worked for me… the reason can be a restless mind or lack of patience… what exactly is the case for me I still wonder… but what for me works as a way of meditation is mandala art in special. I move to a different world altogether when I concentrate my mind on this artistic form … Meditation for me is being a part of art world… pen, pencil, canvas and colors

  11. I haven’t started yet. I did it in my pregnancy and I know the calming benefits. Now a days I really wanted to start. I am going to try for one week. Your blog post is rescue.

  12. I was just about thinking that I will resume meditation n here comes your post Jeannine. I haven’t meditated after the first wave of Covid got over. I really don’t know why I gave up and now whenever I try, I am too distracted. I have become a beginner and these tips of yours are really going to help me.

  13. This is going to be a very important post for all of us. We actually lack the ways meditation should be practised. Finding a comfortable place which I think should also be giving priority as this highly needed on the concentration process I think.

  14. I am doing mediation since few days regularly and observing the benefits on personal level. it is a great way to calm down your nervous system and improve your sleep too.

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