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my meditation techniques
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I have different ways every time when I meditate. These are some that I have tried.
1. The sitting position: this one is where you basically sit on the ground and cross your legs. You can also do this in a chair if you have to, and if you find that you can't cross your legs while in the chair, then you can sit just like you normally would in a chair. When I do this I have my palms up and make an ok sign with them, making the O with my thumb and either your index or the next one over.
2. The laying down technique #1: this one you can use if you are getting ready to enter the astral plane. You just lie down on your back and spread your feet out to shoulder length distance and put your hands next to them, palms up. When you do this one, and are getting ready to enter the astral plane, you want to have your eyes closed, otherwise it doesn't matter. This also works for people who like to lay down instead of sit up or have a bad back and can't sit up for to long.
3. The laying down technique #2: this is just like the first laying down one, but instead you open and close your hands into fists. ( Note: This technique is not to be used if you are getting ready to enter the astral plane as you are not supposed to move when doing astral projection!) With this technique, when you breathe you breathe in through your nose and close your hands to a fist, palms up of course, and breathe out through your mouth and open your hands.
A lot of people wonder and ask if you have to be in a wiry room. Yes you do. Or, if you are outside you have to find a nice place with as little noise as possible.
Also, if you are like me and can't really do total silence, no noise at all, there are CDs that you can buy at a store that has some that they sell that have sounds like waves crashing and rain falling and stuff. There are also CDs with just soft music like piano music that work well also. If you are out in nature then you can listen to nature also, like listening to birds sing or the wind blowing. You can also do these with your eyes open or closed, which ever you prefer, but if you are getting ready to astral project, then you'll want to have your eyes closed. I myself mostly meditate all the time with my eyes closed, but that's up to you if you want to or not.
I hope you rate this fairly and feel free to ask questions. This is my first article I ever made, and I typed it all on my smartphone. If you happen to have questions you can post it in the comments or send me a mail message.
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Re: my meditation techniques
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Post # 2
Not bad... I skimmed this over a bit, and must say I think you have a good basic foundation. If I may, though, I'd like to recommend a helpful book about this subject. I think you will find it expands one what you have here. It is called "Meditation: A Way of Awakening" by Ajahn Sucitto. It is a book based within the Buddhist philosophy, if I remember correctly. I'd definitely recommend reading it to help expand your work here. But again, this is a good start. Well done.
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Thank you. I'll have to look into that and see if my local library would happen to have that book. Or i can try to see if there's a download of it on Google. :)
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Re: my meditation techniques
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I meditate every night everyone I think has their own way it helps me a lot and I also have different ways too I also have several types of meditations I do
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I do everyday also. Mostly at night. What different ways do you do meditation jaden?
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Seer, I downloaded that book you were talking about and will start reading it this weekend or so.
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Re: my meditation techniques
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Most of the time when I meditate I usually am on my bed laying down. Plus, most of the time I end up falling asleep as well, after about 30 minutes I think. Lots of people tell me it isn't really all that important to do everyday, but to me I think it pretty much is. It helps to clear your mind and relieve all the tension and stuff you don't really want to have, such as anger and sadness in my opinion. I understand that stress can be helpful, but if you ask me, I don't think you should have much stress when you do magick. Yes, humans need stress, but do you really think you need so much of it? I'd rather have as little to barely no stress whatsoever.
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Re: my meditation techniques
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ok. so i tried to get the book you suggested into an audio book file but the best i could do was have a pdf. file. oh well, at least i have the book.
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