It’s very important to manage stress feelings of sadness, loss, or anger that interfere with a person’s everyday activities.Too much thinking which creates thoughts and ideas which can be good as well as bad which flows in our mind and controls our mind. It is very important to observe the thoughts and take control over mind by creating space between the breaths, that is pause between the breaths. When you inhale, you can feel the space .
Meditation is the best way to control our mind but initially when you start it you will feel that there is no benefit out of it but please don’t stop the practice of Meditating start with at least starting from 5 minutes and then increasing the time slowly. Ones you starts Mediating daily you will see the difference in your mental health.
Start by adjusting your sitting position. If you sit on the floor, sit cross-legged, right leg over the left, right hand over the left hand, palms up, your right index finger gently touching your left thumb. Place both hands on your lap comfortably, your head and back erect. This sitting position is called Peace Position.
Gently close your eyes comfortably, as if you were going to sleep. Do not squeeze your eyelids and do not shut them forcefully. Close them slightly. Do not close them tightly. Sit with a smile on your face.
Next, take a deep breath. Inhale and exhale a few times. Breathe in deeply until you feel the air pass through your lungs and reach the middle of your abdomen. Imagine that each cell in your body is fully taking in the feeling of happiness and joyfulness. Then slowly breathe out through your nostrils. Breathe out all your worries, stress, tension and negative feelings.
Its important to save your inner peace as it is important for being mentally fit. Nobody can bring you peace but yourself can. Happiness is not attaining all luxuries. It comes from attaining inner peace.
“The simplification of life is one of the steps to inner peace. A persistent simplification will create an inner and outer well-being that places harmony in one’s life.”