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Each Meditation Monday, I’ve featured a meditation video. It occurred to me today that many of you may not be familiar with or know how to meditate. While I do meditate on a regular basis, I am not, by any means, an expert. So, I found an article published in September 2016, by Bayart.org. This is a very inclusive list of answers to many questions, including: What is meditation, how to breath, types of meditation, how to make it fun, and common mistakes. I will be posting a meditation video later today. I hope you find this article helpful.

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It’s no secret that I advocate meditation as a great way to start your day, deal with stress, live in the present and more. The habit of meditation is one of the most powerful things I’ve ever learned. Amazingly, it’s also one of the most simple habits to do — you can do it anywhere, anytime, and it will always have immediate benefits. If you haven’t done much meditating, it might seem like a bit of a grey area to you — something you want to do but don’t know much about. Is it difficult to do? How do you control your mind? (spoiler: you don’t) Does it take a lot of discipline? …

Source: Meditation for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide | BayArt

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