Spirituality and meditation are activities that people find not worthy of their time. However, meditating can alleviate certain physical and mental problems that people experience in their daily lives. Meditation also helps a person find their focus in life, specifically their objectives and goals. Here’s a list of exercises to promote your inner spirituality.
1. Find a Silent Room
A silent room is all you’ll need to meditate. Ensure that this room is cool, quiet and a soft mat lies underneath you as you sit down. Sit on the mat and assume a position that keeps your back comfortable and relaxed.
2. Breathing Exercises
Now, close your eyes and breathe deeply. For each breath you take, think of all the stress you faced during the day. Think of it regardless of how it weighs in your priorities and imagine it being resolved with each breath. Repeat for as many times as you want.
3. Facing Your Demons
People who always seem tired or irritable are people who haven’t faced their inner demons just yet. Inner demons are things in the past that they run from, problems that were unresolved, left hanging in the air and needed some time from you. This is probably one of the most difficult parts of meditating.
4. Adjusting Your Goals
Now that you’ve resolved your issues for the day, think about your plans in the next three months. These may be career-based or personal goals. Adjust your goals depending on your capabilities in the real world. Once you’ve set them, write them down and post them on your wall. Be sure to assess how this goal will benefit you in the long run and why you need it.