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Meditation Techniques - Guided Meditation Steps

3 Easy Meditation Tips and Tricks

Beginners Meditation tips

Meditation is concentration and concentration turns into a reflection. Concentration is holding the deep thought of a particular object or thing. It is the way to know self-potential and the way to build inner consume. It is the path to know self-existence and God's existence. Mindfulness Meditation steps are the path to know self-roots and wings. This is the science of awareness.

Transcendental meditation makes intuitive knowledge and powers. It is a different thing from happening. The happening of meditation is the success of inner reflection; this is the inner revolution, learning new and strange aspects of life and nature. For achieving the revolution you have to be silent, empty form thoughts and awareness. And, introspection is the only way to be empty, silent and aware.

Anyone can enhance clairvoyant powers with these guided meditation steps, and develop psychic abilities of self. Yoga and Pranayama are deeply related to it.

Mindfulness meditation tips - How to do meditation - Beginners Meditation Techniques

How to Meditate


जो पुरुष "ॐ" इस एक अक्षररूप ब्रहम को उच्चारण करता हुआ और उसके अर्थस्वरूप मुझ निर्गुण
ब्रहम का चिंतन करता हुआ शरीर को त्याग कर जाता है, वह पुरूष परमगति को प्राप्त होता है.

Vipassana Meditation - How to Meditate

The happening of mindfulness meditation goes through many steps. Steps can be different between people because according to Hindu Mythology, the step, where you had finished in past or previous life, is the starting step for meditation in this life. Therefore, the reason that one can meet inner revolution in short time instead of others looks senior in this field.

Keep these meditation tips in mind, that at the starting stage of introspection you face many thoughts, you cannot concentrate. Never mind, try to forget all worldly thoughts and come back gently to the concentration object. Do not wrestle with thoughts, come back gently. Don't strain your eyes and mind.

During concentration, you may get many illuminations, do not be frightened and turn back, and no need to stop there. This is a new but normal situation for you; this is not an achievement, Try for further, try for next.

How to meditate - Deep meditation techniques - Vipassana meditation for beginners

During these meditation steps, revolution may happen automatically and suddenly. Some symptoms happen to you, like your face and mind looks red due to the flow of blood on your face for some time because in concentration blood flows more to the mind.

You may meet spiritual powers and may not, but you should not use powers, nor be proud of it, stay away from love to meditation powers. Spiritual virtues are the blockage for going ahead. So, use this simple meditation trick, simply release or leave it, take a true determination of not using these capabilities.

Then, one day, suddenly, there comes knowledge of self and divine wisdom. You feel your soul becomes one with the supreme soul. You feel such an enjoyment you never felt before. You will drink a deep nectar of enjoyment which can be called transcendental meditation. This is the last stage of concentration called "Samadhi".

Vipassana and Preksha meditation are the best meditation techniques to enhance clairvoyance powers, which are followed by Lord Shiva (Vipassana), Lord Mahaveer (Preksha) and Lord Buddha (Buddhist). Yoga and Prayanaam are helpful tricks for meditation. "Pranayama" is one of the keys to success in concentration. Yoga keeps you physically and mentally healthy, and that situation gets the best results for enhancing meditation skills.

How to meditate in 3 Easy Steps?

1. Choose a comfortable posture. Sit on any comfortable cushion which prevents energy passing into the earth and touch your hand's thumbs to any of one finger, it forms a circle. Keeping the head, neck, and spine erect and straight. This is the stage of yoga called Gyan Mudra. Close your eyes and concentrate on the space between the eyebrows called Aghya Chakra or order Chakra.

2. Take deep breaths and watch the breaths. Watch the rise and fall of the chest and belly as the breath comes in and goes out, and start observing the breath. Start watching where it enters through your nostril (inhalation) and flows down into your lungs. At the end of the inhalation, there is a gap, before the exhalation starts. Watch that gap. Now watch the exhalation (air goes out through the nostril). Pay attention to the natural rhythm. Do not breathe outside or loudly. When you are able to do it correctly, try the next level.

3. Meditate through chant or mantra. To yourself remind the holy chant "OM" (or any other mantra you can choose) continually, with every inhaling of breath and again with every exhaling of breath. Do this with every breath constantly. Use the mantra to create a rhythm with the breath. Meditation music can help to meditate, so you can play any peaceful song.

Soon this will become a natural state for you. The rhythm of breath and the trance stage will happen automatically without any effort. You will find enjoyment that you have never felt before and met many psychic abilities. All these meditation techniques are described in Indian scriptures and known as Vipassana meditation. You should read 5 interesting ways to do mindful meditation.

Meditation relation to past life

According to Hindu Mythology, the step of meditation, which you had finished in the past or pre-previous life, is the starting step for meditation in current life. This is the reason that one can achieve a meditation revolution in a short time.

What are symptoms of successful meditation?

Some symptoms of meditation after success (Samadhi) are that the face and mind look reddish due to the flow of blood on the face for some time, because in mindfulness meditation blood flows into the mind because of the high oxygen level.

What is the difference between meditation and hypnosis?

A basic difference between hypnotism and meditation is that, in self-hypnosis, it lets the conscious mind to the subconscious or unconscious mind. In addition, meditation is an art of awareness of the conscious mind being subconscious.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of meditation?

Meditation has many advantages such as it can reduce stress, anxiety and fear. It can enhance psychic powers, memory, art of speaking, emotional health and peace.

What are the negative effects of meditation?

Although, meditation has more benefits than disadvantages. But there are some negative effects also. Such as it can reduce social interaction, can change the emotions, some types of hallucinations.

Who invented meditation?

Meditation was invented by the Lord Shiva, according to Hindu mythology. It has been going on since the ancient Vedic period in India.

What does meditation do in a scientific way?

When somebody does meditation, many changes may occur on physical and mental stages. During meditation, oxygen level is increased in the body, thus the mind can have more oxygen and works better. It increases the powers of the medulla oblongata (Part of the brain), so our breathing, digestion and blood circulations perform better also.

How many types of meditations are there?

Meditations are many types of. Indian scriptures say about 108 types of meditation. But all meditations have one motive that is concentrated on one object. Vipassana meditation is called supreme among all.

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