Mind And Meditationation: The Practice Of Meditation And Ayurveda

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Meditation and Ayurveda
Mind and meditation
Meditation is the practice of training the individual mind to induce consciousness. It is the state of mind in which individual acknowledges the content i.e. memories of the past or ideas for the future without being identified with them. Once individual removes the limitation of the past and future he/she can achieve the balance of psychological, physical and emotional state. Dr. Joan Borysenko, leading researcher in the field termed meditation as ‘Pleasantly anchored in the present moment’.
Meditation is a type of mind body exercise. It actually refers to a number of techniques that promotes relaxation, helps in building internal energy and induce compassion. It also helps in attaining physical
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The whole concept is quite similar to Vata dosh as it is very unstable and fast. It can navigate from past to future in a fraction. The turbulence in the mind makes a person restless and a clam, composed mind is the budding ground for creative work and healthy body.
What do we need for meditation?
It is always good to have a clam and quite location. The comfortable posture is also important as it allows you to focus on one thing at a time. Try to focus your thought on one thing or object, don’t let your though wander and try to concentrate on this one object.
Which time is perfect for meditation?
The best time for meditation is early morning before sunrise. This time is known as Brahma Muhurta in Ayurveda. At this time nature is completely quiet and there is now disturbance or noise.
To meditate sit calmly in a comfortable position and close your eyes. Think of any object and try to concentrate all your thought on the same with your incoming and outgoing breath. At first there will be thoughts coming from all direction, allow your mind to wander. Slowly the thoughts will start decreasing and your mind will become quieter and will reach a stage when there will be only calmness and quietness in the

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