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Basic Meditation 2

Choose a time when you’re comfortable. When you’re more familiar with meditation, you might use it to calm you down when you’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed. But if you’re a beginner, you may find it hard to concentrate at first if you’re not in the right frame of mind. When you’re starting out, meditate when you already feel relaxed — perhaps first thing in the morning, or after you’ve had to unwind after school or work. Remove every distraction you can think of before you sit down to meditate. Grab a light snack if you’re feeling hungry, use the restroom if you need to, and so on.
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Yes it is important that we should be free from for all petty distraction.If there are mosquitoes in your room, see that they are driven out by mosquito-repellant. One of the greatest saint has said choose a place which is free from mosquito. Yes mosquito-bite is greatest distraction for meditation.
139792 tn?1498585650
Rolling the mat to do vipritkarni aasan is a good idea, suggested by you.I will use it now before I go to bed. Thank you.
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