Sit in a position with your legs crossed. Your back should be straight, hands clasped loosely in the castle and lie on the hips, shoulders relaxed, eyes closed. Take a few deep breaths. Completely relax and imagine you're sitting in a secluded place - in the desert, mountains, etc. Take some time out to get the feeling that you do not sit in your room, and submitted to the site. When you manage to get the feeling that you're not in your usual surroundings and no one is around, go to step 2.
Step 2. Begin to meditate, using the universal mantra in Sanskrit: Baba Nam Kevalam. The word Baba means "beloved" and refers to the Higher Consciousness. We mean "name" or "manifestation," and Kevalam means "only". The value of the mantra: "everything that exists - it is infinite Cosmic Love" or "all are different manifestations of the Supreme Consciousness." It is important to recognize the value of a mantra at the time of its recurrence. Begin to repeat a mantra to himself in the rhythm of your breathing. Slowly repeat Baba Nam Kevalam, concentrating all his attention on the idea of this mantra. Imagine that all forms dissolve, exposing one common base for all things - the infinite Supreme Consciousness. And this Supreme Consciousness is nothing but the infinite Cosmic Love. Try to understand as clearly as possible the idea. Do this practice for 10-15 minutes.
Best results are achieved when there is a regularity, Try to perform meditation in the same time each day. When you develop the habit, your mind will automatically be in preparation for meditation, become calmer during these hours.
Perform meditation twice a day, morning and evening before meals. Catching up after eating it, you reduce the effectiveness of meditation as well as digestion.
Before you perform the meditation, you can also sing the mantra Baba Nam Kevalam to any tune that you like. Chanting the mantra reconfigures your mind with a rough perception of the external world on a subtle spiritual.