March 19, 2023

How to Use Two Minutes of Meditation

2 minute meditation

How to Use Two Minutes of Meditation

You don’t have to spend a long time sitting on your yoga mat or in the corner of your bedroom to reap the benefits of meditation. You can practice it wherever you are — whether you’re on a walk, riding the bus or waiting in line for your doctor’s appointment.

A few minutes of meditation can help you wipe away your day’s stress, making it easier to relax and feel calm. You don’t need any special equipment to do this, and it’s completely free.

Focused Attention

Concentrating your attention on a specific object, image or mantra is a great way to focus your mind and reduce distractions. This is especially helpful when you’re meditating during times of high stress or anxiety.

Relaxed Breathing

When you’re meditating, it’s important to breathe deeply and gently. Ideally, you can do this in just one breath, but if that’s not possible, be gentle with yourself and allow your body to gently and smoothly relax over the course of several deep breaths.

Resolve to Be Still (with the feel of your breathing)

When thoughts start to arise, gently acknowledge them and bring your attention back to your breathing. Often, it’s easy to fall into a cycle of thinking about what you have to do or how your work is going, so it’s essential to resolve in your mind to be still and simply feel the sensations of your breath.


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