Deep meditation is practiced after you have regularly practiced normal mediation for a good span of time. It is the next step which is followed after normal meditation which usually includes meditation is a much lower profile, for example, focusing on an object, sound, or by thinking about something in particular. You might have heard meditators wanting to take their meditation into another level that is where they wish to deepen their meditation.
How to Deepen Your Meditation:
- A proper deep meditation requires a minimum of 20 minutes, but initially you are advised to not go beyond 5 – 10 minutes. The room where you would be meditating should either be dark or have dim lights which would help you concentrate. Take a straight back chair from your dining and keep a self timer in your hand.
- After you have set your timer, sit on the chair and close your eyes. Take a deep breath and place your hands on your lap. While breathing out let your shoulders slowly drop down and relax, do this for almost three times. After this you need to focus on one of your hands, whichever is more dominant, and here focusing means feeling. This may sound weird but this is important because you might be lost in your thoughts while meditating when you focus on your hand and come back to your present state rather than getting diverted.
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