10 Common Questions Regarding Meditation

What is Meditation?

Meditation is a process where one just observes his or her mind. Meditation means just watching oneself without judging anything.

What is the most common features of all Meditation methods?

Observing or witnessing oneself is one the most common and essential parts of all the 112 Meditation methods.

Which method is right for me?

One should not do Meditation as a duty, one has to enjoy it. So just find out which method gives you the joy, and that is the method you should follow.

When to change methods?

As long as you enjoy a method, it fits with you. If you do not feel comfortable, just leave it. BUT be very very patient, do not hurry, take your time to adjust with a method.

Sitting Meditation VS active Meditation?

In Sitting Meditation nonmovement should be your only movement. On the other hand in active Meditation you can use Yoga postures.

What are the best time for practicing?

You can practice anytime. But there are three best times to practice.

• In the morning, when you wake up.

• At the night, when you retire.

• At noon, after lunch.

Does Meditation have anything to do with religion?

Although Meditation techniques have been developed in many religious cultures, Meditation itself has nothing to do with religion. Anyone from any religious cult can practice it. Even an atheist can do it.

Is Meditation a belief?

Meditation is a process of getting higher awareness, it is not a belief.

Is it possible to meditate without any technique?

We usually use techniques to remove the obstacles in the way of Meditation. But Meditation itself does not need any technique.

How long should one meditate?

There is no time frame. You can start with a 10-15 minute session. After regular practice for awhile, you will be able to meditate for longer periods of time.