A simple meditation practice for Zen meditation in this simple meditation instructions, we will perform a Zen meditation, so as you have practiced the Buddhist monks in Japan and still practice. The Zen meditation aims to live life in all its fullness. This simple meditation exercise will help you on your path to self-discovery. So let’s begin. Preparation is it best to do it early in the morning this ubgung, right after getting up. Eat anything. Stand up, open the window, breathe in the cool air from outside. Be awake, feel fresh! Make sure that you are in a quiet place.
If you have another early home, close your door. Disturbing, noises of any kind can affect the flow of concentration. You sit cross-legged on a cushion (traditionally “zafu”) so that you place with your Oberkofper for easy front inclined to have. Your knees should have contact with the ground Your back should be straight The attitude is one of the most important aspects of Zazen (Zen sitting meditation). Make sure you so, sake. Now some times take deep breath through the nose. Relax, close your eyes until they are still half open. The actual meditation your eyes are now half-closed, your breathing calmed down.
Look a metre or two of you away to the ground or to the next obstacle. By this point, look through as the object you focus would be far, far away. Their eyes will relax. Breathe slowly through your nose on and off. Feel the air, how she caresses your upper lip, if you entering your nose, and how she reheated it from penetrating. Breathe slowly. Count between each breath to ten. Inhalation: 1-10, exhale: 1-10. You will notice as you relax more and more. If you feel totally relaxed, you focus “Nothing” on it. This is the real Zen meditation. Simply allow intruding thoughts to you pass. Deal with none of these thoughts, feelings or fears. Don’t get angry if this does not succeed at the beginning. The more you practice, you are the better. Should you drift off too much, you just focus on your breathing. Imagine just a “void”. Her spirit is free of thoughts. When you are ready, open your eyes again. Stay seated a moment so to get back into the world. Feel the cool breeze coming through the window. Feel the life around you. Absorb this energy in itself – you wear it around all day with it. If you continue to have interest to enter into the world of meditation, I can give you a recommendation. This site contains good meditation exercises for beginners, book reviews, related to the field of meditation and many more helpful tips. Also see an overview of courses and seminars there in your area. In this sense I wish all the best and good luck on your way to the Enlightenment. Their Fred