posted on Jul, 31 2008 @ 11:09 PM
Honestly.... as simple as it may sound, Do what the Buddha did. Dhyana mudra, Sitting in a Full-Lotus or Half-Lotus meditating Posture. This was his
position before he each englightment. With your right hand(palms up) over your left palm with your two thumbs slightly touching each other. Eyes
closed or if your advanced, eyes lowered.
Have your spine straight for the proper alignment of your spin, which will allow proper flow of energy.
You have to remember, what you are doing is actually programing your body, your allowing certain information to process, certain blood flow, certain
breathing, certain senses. You try to do the correct breathing routines, as if your sleeping, Get to know your breathing, Put full awareness on
"EVERYTHING" that goes on while your breathing, on the inhalation and exhalation. When your used to breathing like this, your mind starts to wander
off, thoughts, pictures, observations, all sorts of things appears.
Let awareness take over and take your time, dont get caught up on things.
This is basic procedure
When you get good at that after how many days it may takes you, You wanna learn to put awareness on your 7 chakara points, I'm not gonna explain
full details on that but you can google that stuff. When your know your 7 chakra points, as if you have a idea of what to expect from each points,
feeling, sensation, mood and more. Then one step I'm currently working on is, start with putting my awareness on my First chakara point at the
bottom, then observe it flow to your second chakara and pin point that spot, then continue with the rest of your chakara points. Thats all i know for