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Incorporating meditation as part of your daily life can make a big difference regarding your attitude and outlook in life. But because meditation is a procedure, it involves several steps as well as postures when doing it. 1. Cross legged posture. Various spiritual traditions and meditation teachers suggest or prescribe various meditation physical postures. 

You can start practicing insight meditation. Sit in an upright position with the legs crossed. Focus on your breath or something else like physical and mental processes that are helping you to become aware of your present inner state and thought patterns. Always watch out for your breath. It does not leave you provided that you are conscious. 

Some even get so tired that they lose their energy completely that they lose interest in activities that are considered to be pleasurable, such as sex. Imagine yourself living your life like this everyday and just imagine that by living this kind of life, you won't even have the time or the energy for your family and friends. 

This is natural when you're just a beginner; you will always find your thoughts wandering but as you continue practicing meditation, you will soon improve. You can try these relaxation exercises and incorporate it in your meditation so that you can achieve total relaxation. 1. Tense Relax start by clenching your fists, and then pull forearms firmly against the upper arms. 

You have to consider that by watching TV, your brain is still working full time by absorbing all the details in TV. You may be relaxed physically, but mentally, you are not. So, aside from sleeping, meditation is the next best thing to relax. It enables you to fully relax your mind and body and keep it fresh again without sleeping. 

In other techniques, there are also open-eyed meditations. However, the efficacy of those can be low compared to closed-eyed meditations. Relax. This is another important factor when meditating. Watch the space and the darkness. Put your attention to the flow of your thoughts that passes your mind. Watch how these thoughts rise and fall.