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Saturday, 31 December 2011

TIP – 01 for control high blood pressure

High blood pressure or hypertension can be caused by stress, poor diet, genetics or a combination of several factors. High blood pressure is a medical condition that requires treatment because it can lead to high cholesterol and heart disease. Although stress is not the only cause of high blood pressure, it is a major contributing factor. Practicing meditation and relaxation techniques regularly can help lower blood pressure naturally over time.
Practicing meditation may play an important role in controlling blood pressure and certain risk factors for heart disease, according to a recent study.

 Meditation is believed to be one of the most effective ways of relieving stress. It offers numerous health benefits. Initially, meditation can appear to be a challenge, but one can pick one of the meditation practices that suit one’s individual lifestyle and health. By applying some easy strategies, anyone can reap the benefits of a regular meditation practice.

 How to do meditation
  1. Sit with a straight back. Don’t try to meditate lying down because you are likely to fall asleep. Meditation brings relaxation and peace but at the same time this is a dynamic peace. Meditation is quite different than the relaxation of sleep. When we really meditate, we are fully alert and conscious. Our sense of awareness is heightened. Afterwards you’ll have a positive feeling for the world and a renewed sense of dynamism.
  2. Don’t eat before meditating. After a heavy meal your body will be lethargic with digestion.
  3. It is not necessary to mediate in the lotus posture. It is fine to meditate in a chair, as long as the back is straight.
  4. It is helpful to take a shower before meditating.
  5. Burning incense and having a candle are not necessary, but they can add a little extra inspiration.
  6. It is good to meditate early in the morning. It is said the best time is 3am, although, I feel it is more important to be awake and not sleepy, I meditate at 6.30am.

 Another way to do meditation

Meditation is the journey from known frequency to unknown frequencies. Meditation is the journey from our limited perception to un limitedness. Meditation is the journey from Body-Mind Consciousness to Self Consciousness.

There are 3 steps to do Meditation:

1. Posture

2. Meditation Technique

3. Meditative State and its Experiences


Posture is defined as the way you sit for Meditation. Posture must be comfortable and stable. Posture is the first and foremost step in the process of Meditation. You can select a comfortable place in your natural environment. The place should be very comfortable and esthetic to you. You should feel comfortable in that environment. In that place select a comfortable place. Then sit in that place.

You can sit in your normal way or you can sit cross legged, Sukhasana.

Then clasp your fingers. You can also do mudras. Then when you feel comfortable, slowly close your eyes.

Meditation Technique:

Meditation Technique is the technique one adopts to reach Meditative State.

The easiest and profound way is to: Observe one’s own natural Breath.

After selecting the place, posture with the eyes closed, Take deep breath. Inhale deeply. Exhale deeply. Do Inhalation, Exhalation consciously with total relaxation for 3 to 6 times. Inhale slowly and exhale slowly. Then, slowly stop the inhalation and exhalation which you were doing consciously.

Relax… relax…

Slowly you will witness a miracle. What you were doing consciously is still happening without your commands.

Breath is happening on its own. Sometimes erratic, sometimes rhythmic. Observe that natural flow of Breath.

Let it happen on its own. Just witness the Breath. Do not do conscious breathing. Breath happens on its own. Just be with the Breath and its flow.

Miracles start happening.

Breath slowly becomes thinner and thinner. Breath becomes shorter and shorter.

Slowly you will transcend the mind zone.

Here in the process, known or unknown thoughts may just creep in. It may or may not disturb you.

If it is not disturbing you, just be with breath. Slowly thoughts reduce.

If thoughts are disturbing you: Thoughts will be there in the process of transcending the mind, because mind is nothing but bundles of thoughts.

When thoughts come and haunt you, just witness consciously you’re in-breath and out-breath.

Do not negate the thoughts. Do not energize the thoughts. Do not go behind the thoughts. Just allow it to happen.

Just observe the Breath.

Witness the in-breath …


Breath will be erratic…Slowly the breath becomes rhythmic. Breath becomes thinner and thinner. Thoughts too become lesser and lesser.
Thoughts will not disturb you. It just happens as if it is happening somewhere and you are only witnessing it.

Slowly thoughts become zero and breath becomes shorter and shorter.

Slowly you will transcend the mind/thought zone.

Meditative State and Meditative Experiences:

By Observing, Witnessing you will slowly reach No Thought No Breath State. It is the Meditative State. In this state you will receive abundant Cosmic Energy.

another benefits of meditation

Health related another uses of meditation. Meditation is often used as part of a holistic approach to overall wellness.  However, people use meditation for various, specific health problems, including:
1.    Anxiety
2.    Pain
3.    Depression
4.    Mood and self-esteem problems
5.    Stress
6.    Insomnia

power of meditation


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  1. very helpful blog with good natural health articles.. thanks for this valuable information

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  2. yes this is valuable information. Thank you so much for complement.