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What would the results during and after meditation? And what do you get out of it?

I’m a pretty stressed out fellow and I heard that meditation can help. I would like to know what can be the result of meditation during and after the session. I tryed it once for 5 minutes with the breathe in for 3 counts and out for 6 and my head started feeling light, is this an expected outcome? Also if you could please explain the diffrent types of meditation and what you get out of each?

Thank you all for you help!

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One may go to this Web Site,given below:-.

http://www.atmajyoti.org/hi_gita_commentary_44.asp – 40k

On the left hand side the word Meditation is given-double click-read the article-it may be useful.

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There are probably hundreds of different types of meditation. There are about 6 billion people on the planet, so we are fortunate that there are many different forms of meditation. People who are very visual might do best by visualizing a very peaceful place, like the ocean or the forest. They can also visualize people who have traits they would like to develop. Mantras or other forms of meditations using sound are helpful for people who frequently have internal monologues. The mantras can quiet down a restless mind. People who are more body oriented can pay attention to their own… Read more »

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There’s no right or wrong way to meditate. Find that “happy place” inside yourself. My “happy place” is at the kitchen table every morning after 10 minutes of easy stretching. I wake up about 30 minutes before everyone so I use that calm to meditate. Sit at the table…take a look outside and find the horizon(I live in the NC country with fields and beautiful views. My backyard is a mountain!…lol) I bring to mind what I call my “favorite memory” and I relive it every single morning. I think of nothing else. When I’ve relived it…I feel peace. Throughout… Read more »

Adalberto Alexandre
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Only control your breathe is not sufficient or complete to reach all the benefits of meditation.

The best way includes some physical exercises, like Brain Gym techniques.

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Meditiation does help quite a bit with stress.
You don’t have to follow a breathing pattern,
Just find a quiet, relaxing place, and clear your mind.
Candles help as well.

Also, you should maintain positive, compassionate feelings.