Meditation: The Most Effective Meditation Technique by Susan Lotus

(14b) The Most Effective Meditation Technique

Meditation: the most effective meditation technique


This person has their eyes closed, calmly breathing almost as if he is one with the environment, and their face has only an expression of peace and tranquility.

This book is for all of those who are looking for a happy medium. It distills the spiritual path, boiling it down to its core elements, and presents it in a way that is understandable and practical for anyone. 

we have to find a way to redirect it so that it works more to our advantage. Our thought process is essential for getting us through life. It is the one tool that makes it possible for making decisions, make plans, or set the kind of goals that give us direction in life.

If you are ready to take action and change your life for the better, this book will definitely guide you in the right direction!

Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

Keywords: meditation, meditation for beginners, meditation and mindfullness, buddhism, meditation exercises

Word Count: 7284

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Sample text:

This is the trickiest for beginners to master, but until you get it right, you can’t meditate properly. All forms of meditation use diaphragmatic breathing, meaning you breathe only with your belly, not with your chest.


If you pay attention to how you breathe, you’ll notice that your shoulders rise and fall and that your chest moves. This is an inefficient way to breathe because it does not maximize oxygen intake, nor does it effectively expel toxins.


While breathing with your chest is great for bursts of energy, such as when you’re running, it is not a good way to relax. Nor should you make a habit of it. To develop diaphragmatic breathing, it might help to sit in front of a mirror—one big enough so you can see your chest and tummy.


Exhale, spread your fingers apart, and place your palms flat on your tummy. The tips of your middle fingers should meet over your belly button. Relax your shoulders and chest, and do your best not to move them.


Now inhale, taking care to bring the breath all the way down into your tummy. Your fingers should spread and the tips of your middle fingers should pull apart.


Exhale by pulling your stomach in. The tips of your middle fingers should again touch.


If your shoulders still rise and fall, practice your breathing till your shoulders and chest no longer move. Only your tummy should expand and contract.


Book translation status:

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Translation in progress. Translated by María Quesada

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