Updated: Mar 3, 2021
Meditation is a simple practice that is based on the process of
training and focusing your mind. This practice is increasingly popular as more
people are discovering the health benefits during this pandemic, to help with depression and anxiety.
Meditation can help you build skills to manage your stress, to increase your patience, reduce negative thoughts and emotions and focus on the present. You can practice
wherever you want and when you feel the need whether that’s on a walk, at a
park or even at the doctor’s while you are waiting.
Here are 3 tips to meditating at home.
1. Start Small
Don’t rush on meditating for long hours or even trying to be perfect at it. It’s
important to start small because it can be something hard to adjust. Start by
doing five minutes, this can sound short but for beginners, sitting for a few
minutes feels like forever. Starting small will help you build your way up. The
quality of your meditation is more important than the amount of time you
spend doing it.
2. Create Space
Designate one place in your home where you feel comfortable.
You don’t have to do any investment to start this practice, you can meditate
on your bed, on your couch or even on the floor but create that space for
everytime you need to meditate and choose a posture or a object to signify
3. Schedule a Regular Time
Try to meditate at the same day and time at least in the first few weeks ,this will help
you find the perfect routine for you and your body. This is important
because it will make you take the time out of your day/schedule to
focus on this. The best time to meditate is usually in the morning before any responsibilities that can stress you like going to work, getting the kids ready to school, etc.
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