Meditation for Beginners: Easy Techniques to Relieve Stress, Depression and Anxi

Meditation for Beginners

Easy Techniques to Relieve Stress, Depression and Anxiety and Increase Inner Peace and Motivation

Self Improvement Academy



Chapter I: Why Is Meditation Important?

Chapter II: When To Meditate

Chapter III: Setting Up Your Meditative Practices

Chapter IV: The Meditation Process

Chapter V: Learning From Your Own Progress


Bonus Section: The Keys to Success

More than 80% of The Tim Ferriss Show interviewees do some form of daily mindfulness or meditation practice.

Interviewees include people such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Foxx, Tracy DiNunzio, Tony Robbins and other exceptional human beings.

Tell that to anyone who says meditation isn’t worth it.

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Congratulations for choosing this book. It’s my aim that you will benefit immensely from the tools contained in here. You must never forget that you can only gain full benefit by taking action and implementing the steps needed. Knowledge is only the beginning.

This book was written in an easy step-by-step style so that you can maximize your benefit from it, without having to know all the complexities that are often used to describe the process. You don’t need to know the whole background of the practice to become immersed, but it helps to have a little idea about what the purpose of meditation is because that changes your approach.

Initially, we will cover the readying process for meditation, and fundamentally what the process consists of. This step is crucial as people are stressed and suffering from anxiety and forms other ailments in today’s world. The speed of life in this day and age doesn’t really seem at all conducive to meditation practice, but if you can use this book to introduce yourself to meditation, you will be able to start your journey and understand how to make the most of it. Sometimes it takes explaining things in layman terms and although I teach meditation, I also understand how people can be confused by it. For example, you may not be able to empty your mind of thoughts. That isn’t as important as you think. What I will teach you is how to cope with those thoughts in a different way and that will really make a difference to your day to day life.

Once you learn to get yourself into the relaxed state that meditation allows you to experience, you will be able to use this to strengthen your character and your approach to life. That’s when you really see the difference that meditation makes to your well-being. You will be less judgmental and more capable of taking more onboard without feeling the stresses and strains you currently experience. Why? I am hoping that by the end of reading the book, your understanding will be so complete that you won’t have to ask this. When you take what I have suggested as the best course into meditation, your life really will change for the better.

By the end of reading the book, you will have enough information to learn the art of meditation. It doesn’t matter if you find that thoughts wander. I have taught you how to deal with that aspect and once you do, you will find it improves your overall attitude and makes you much more at peace with the people around you and the circumstances your life exposes you to. Meditation is explained in a way that you can understand, meaning you are more likely to gain more from reading this book than from reading more technical books that make no allowance for your newness to meditation.

Chapter I: Why Is Meditation Important?

There are several ways that meditation helps and here I would like to relate my own personal experience as well as telling you about the positive health benefits. I used to teach meditative practices to corporate clients, and I commonly found the stress they experienced in their day-to-day life before I visited was simply bottled up, or ‘taken in their stride’.

The students that I taught came from many walks of life. One thing that they all had in common is that their lives are stressed – this is of course commonplace outside of the corporate world also. Since meditation slows down the heart rate and makes the blood pressure lower, it allows the body to recover better from ailments that may otherwise remain in the system. For example, people who have complained that they could not sleep reported a noticeable change in sleeping habits and soundness of sleep. I also encouraged people who meditate to drink plenty of water before and after their session to limit distractions and heighten benefits. One of my clients who could not walk well and who suffered from fibromyalgia found that a combination of yoga and meditation gave her back the ability to move with reduced pain.

I believe that the biggest benefit of all for people who meditate daily is that it gives them a certain energy and vitality that they never had before. It heals them in that it takes away their high levels of stress and replaces it with a certain amount of self-acceptance. The ailments that meditation is known to help are the following:

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That’s only the tip of the iceberg. As you begin to make meditation a part of your everyday life, what you are doing is helping your body to resist illness. It does this by raising your vibration level – which simply means it makes you more energetic, both physically and mentally. It also helps you to get in touch with the spiritual side of your nature which makes you more patient with others and more capable of compassion and empathy.

You will also find that you breathe in a more controlled way and that this also helps you with your stress levels. You are less prone to argue and more prone to listen and that’s always going to be a good thing that will add to your character and make your life much more comfortable. It doesn’t mean you give up opinions. It just means that your appreciation of the universal nature of opinions changes and you are able to see other’s opinions as just as valid as your own. In fact, it opens up avenues for learning. You will find that meditation makes you curious and many of the students I have taught have enthused about all the new things that their lives have made them enthusiastic about.

Finally, my personal favorite benefit from continued meditation practice: your increased mental presence helps you to be more motivated, and assists your overall willpower throughout the day. This is especially important to note for people who believe meditation to be a waste of time each day; it will pay you back more so by improving the efficiency and productivity in your life.

I’d recommend to re-read this chapter once more if you begin to lapse in your meditative practices. It’s very important that you understand the major benefits available far outweigh the small cost of time associated with it.

Chapter II: When To Meditate

Meditation is something that you get better at the more you do it – like almost anything in life. Thus, you need to make the commitment eventually to do this every day for at least 20 minutes. However, if you just start off with five minutes at a time – an initial small promise to yourself to get yourself motivated – this can slowly begin the habit building process in your mind, and soon you will find it easier. You’re not expected to set up in the mountains and meditate for eight hours a day; you can, however, notice sizeable benefits from even the smallest regular amount.

The ideal times to meditate are at a distance from food (in the sense of meal times). Some people find it inspirational to start their day with meditation. Others find that the evening is best. Some do both. Whichever time you choose, you need to make sure that your meditation is at a distance from eating. Meditation after eating can make you very uncomfortable because the food you have eaten is going through the process of digestion.

By meditating soon after waking up and/or just before sleeping, you can also assist with keeping a regular sleeping pattern and cycle, which is crucial in overall energy and well-being. It can give you something to look forward to – as trying to fall asleep, or waking up in the morning, is usually an activity that is not considered an enjoyable pastime. In fact, meditating straight after waking up can activate what’s called your ‘parasympathetic nervous system’. This is created from a deep state of relaxation, and can then provide you with energy-boosting endorphins after your meditation is complete.

An effective method of boosting motivation is to meditate just as you’re about to indulge in something you shouldn’t, and be still for at least five minutes. This will provide you with clarity of thought after you complete your meditative practice, and you’re less likely to indulge. For example, if you’re about to turn on a computer game, but you know you have that essay due in six hours! Or you’re trying to quit smoking, and you’re just about to grab another cigarette. This small motivation-boosting trick can be highly effective in keeping bad habits at bay, and improving your overall willpower throughout the day.

Studies of meditation assisting in reducing stress, pain and increasing overall well-being, apart from being apparent when you try it yourself, were evidenced by a [+ report from Dr. Kabat-Zinn+] from the Michigan Headache & Neurological Institute (MHNI). Kabat-Zinn measured patients who had not practiced meditation previously, to do so in an 8-week program. Upon completion, patients reported an overall 30% improvement in activities of daily living such as cooking, driving, sex, and sleeping. General mood was even increased by an average of 55%, improving positive thoughts, whilst negative feelings such as anxiety, depression and anger were reduced. Further studies were implemented, and patients credited an overall 28% reduction in medical issues, 44% decreased feelings of anxiety, and 34% decreased feelings of depression.

It’s incredible statistics from a practice that needs only be attended to up to 20 minutes per day. 20 minutes is one seventy-second of the 24 hours in a day! To put that another way, you have seventy-two blocks of 20 minutes in a typical day – and meditation only needs to take up one of those for these benefits to come to fruition.


In the beginning stages, meditating in a space within your home is a good choice although, as you get more and more accustomed to meditation, you will find that some places that take in the beauty of nature can also be inspirational for meditation. You can literally meditate anywhere, but where better than bathed by a sunset or a sunrise? What about in the depths of a wonderful forest? How about on the top of a hill where you can see nature spread out in front of you?

My favorite is a beauty spot on the top of a hill because before the tourists get there in the morning or after they have gone home at night, the sunsets and sunrises are magnificent. This is where I feel at my most spiritual and my connection between what I believe in and the way that my body feels seems very complete in an environment such as this. However, I must stress again that for beginning meditation, anytime you can put towards it and anywhere you can be motivated to begin meditating is the best place for it.

So, by now I hope you fully understand the benefits of meditative practices, and the comparatively small cost that it has (time) on your day-to-day life.

Chapter III: Setting Up Your Meditative Practices

Learning to breathe for meditation purposes is going to require some conscious attention. There is a difference between the deep breathing methods that are used for meditation and the normal everyday breathing that you do to survive. You need to be able to breathe through the nostrils and you also need to enable the air that enters your body to go all the way down to your upper abdomen. People generally breathe in a very shallow manner, but the purpose of learning this form of breathing is because it is the type that is used for meditation and for relaxation as well. If you suffer from stress or anxiety, then chances are that you haven’t learnt this art of breathing in the correct way. In fact, you may have experienced over-oxygenation as that’s what happens when you are anxious. This is why people having a panic attack are asked to breathe into a paper bag. By doing this, they are breathing in the stale air contained in the bag and allowing their oxygen levels to fall back to normal.

The following steps will outline how to consistently implement meditative practices in your life. Ensure you read carefully and follow each step thoughtfully, as these steps are what I believe are the most important factors when teaching new students.

Step One – Learning to breathe correctly

For this exercise lie on your back on the bed and use only one pillow to support your head. Make sure that you are wearing comfortable clothing and that your room is peaceful. Close the door if you need to and open the window so that you have a good supply of fresh air in the room. Put your arms by your side and do not cross your legs. Breathe in through the nostrils and feel the air going down into your body. You should be able to see your upper abdomen swell as you breathe the air into your body to the count of seven. This will increase with practice, but for now, seven is sufficient. Now, hold the air inside you for the count of three and then exhale feeling the pivot motion in your upper abdomen as the air leaves your body. Do it over and over again until you get the rhythm consistent. Don’t worry about whether you think about things at this stage as we are not entering into meditation at this stage. We are merely teaching you the breathing method.

Many people who smoke breathe through the mouth and feel that they cannot get sufficient air through the nostrils. However, with practice, you will be able to and it’s certainly the best way to breathe fresh, clean air, as you have filters in your nose that allow you to breathe without taking in particles that may be toxic to the body. If you are one of these people who breathes through the mouth, try to get into the practice of breathing through the nostrils as this is always the best alternative. The other thing you need to know is that people who breathe through the mouth tend to swallow a lot of air and can suffer from digestive problems as a result. If you have ever felt bloated, perhaps that’s why.

Step Two – Learning all about relaxation

Relaxation is important because human beings currently don’t do enough of it. This helps you when you meditate because it brings you to the correct level for meditation. If you practice relaxation, you are more likely to be able to control your thoughts as this kind of exercise helps you to keep control over what you are thinking. That’s half the problem that people have when they meditate. They argue:

“I can’t stop thinking”

What they are actually saying is that they are not able to discipline the mind into thinking what they are supposed to be thinking about. In meditation, you concentrate on the breath, but I will go into that later. For this relaxation exercise, I want you to lie down on the bed. Have one pillow only and place your hands by your side. Once again, you will need to have comfortable clothing that does not constrict you in any way.

Step Three – Exercise in relaxation

In this step, what you need to do is concentrate on one area of the body, such as your toes. The idea is that you become aware, then you tense up that area of the body and then relax it before moving on to the next part of the body. If thoughts get into your mind that are other than tensing and relaxing or the part of the body, then go back to the toes again and try to discipline your thinking so that you think of nothing else. You may even find that relaxing music helps you to get over the hurdle of having thoughts impose upon you.

If they do impose upon you, acknowledge them and then dismiss them, putting them out of your mind. It’s not bad that these happen. It is good to acknowledge them, but as you get more and more control over your mind, the less frequently other thoughts will interrupt your relaxation. This is a good way of working toward meditation practice. In fact, if you have a hyper active mind, it may not be a bad idea to use relaxation before your early attempts at meditation, since your mind will already have the right mindset to achieve a good amount of concentration and feel the benefits of meditation.

Step Four – Getting your kit together

You don’t actually need props to meditate but it helps you to define a space in your home or area where meditation will take place. For example, if you decide to meditate in a bedroom, you need to move things around so that you have sufficient space to meditate. There are several things you can get but that are not strictly necessary in order to be able to meditate. I think these are the best things to buy:

A meditation stool or cushion – This helps you to fold your legs comfortably as most people cannot sit on the floor – even if on a mat – for any length of time without getting uncomfortable.

A yoga mat – This is great for your meditation but also for your relaxation exercises and you never know – you may go on to practice yoga, so make it one that you can take anywhere with you. The ones that roll up and have a handle are useful for outdoor meditation.

Extras you can invest in – While none of these are strictly necessary, they may give you inspiration. Many people create a zone for meditation and have items such as incense sticks, a Buddha statue, etc. and they may even have inspirational photographs. When you create a zone, you are much more likely to go to that zone daily to do your meditation and seem to feel more invested in it and that’s a good idea if you are new to meditation.

Step Five – Learning the seating position

This depends upon how mobile you are. If you find that you cannot get down onto a yoga mat, then you can meditate in a hard chair. If the chair has a back that slopes, be aware that your own back should be straight at all times and avoid the temptation to lean back. If you use a chair, your feet should be side by side on the floor with the full sole of your foot touching the ground. This is important as it helps to ground you to this position. Your hands are placed on your lap in this instance, with the palms of your hands facing upward and your thumbs touching. The strongest hand is always placed under the weaker to give it support.

On a mat with a cushion or a stool, you sit with your back straight and bend your knees bringing your ankles together and crossing them. No one expects you to be able to do the complex lotus position because you are a beginner and this may cause your legs discomfort. Your hands can be similarly placed one on top of the other with your thumbs touching.

Alternatively, you can place the back of your hands onto your knees and use the yoga mudra position, which is where your finger touches your thumb. This is equally effective and may be the preferred position if you are taking yoga classes.

Now sway from side to side until you are completely comfortable. Many find that it’s more comfortable to sit for meditation without shoes on their feet because shoes can get uncomfortable after a while. As you sway, try and feel your body as it comes to rest in the perfect position. This swaying movement is merely to center your body so that you are ready to meditate and won’t be tempted to shift during the course of your meditation practice.

During meditation, in the early stages, your eyes will be closed to make sure that you do not get distracted by outside influences. When you try this position, make sure that you are in a good placement within the room that gives you sufficient calm and also a little fresh air without causing a chill. You can also meditate in the garden if you wish but do take your yoga mat and your cushion so that you can respect your posture. This is very important since you have energy points, or chakras, that run the whole length of your spine and if these are blocked you are less likely to be successful in your meditation. Making sure that you look after your posture will also help your health so it’s a good idea to make sure that when seated, your back is always straight and that you respect this at all times. For example, if you do want to lie back and watch TV, use a recliner rather than slouching, as this allows your back to retain that all important posture.

You will need to refer back to this chapter later when you begin meditation and it’s important to get your seated position right so that you can make the most of the exercise of meditation. If you do meditate outdoors, be sure that you are on flat ground and that you are comfortable. You can meditate with your eyes open, but it takes a little experience to be able to do this without being distracted. With your eyes open, this is more like mindfulness meditation which is slightly different from traditional meditation.

Chapter IV: The Meditation Process

The meditation process will need near to half an hour. By the time you get yourself set up in a quiet place and in the correct seating position, you will have about twenty minutes of actual meditation. Get yourself a notebook and have it near where you are seated to do your meditation. This helps you to take notes at the end of your session to help you to improve next time you meditate. Things may come to your mind that you won’t remember later in the day, and this also gives you a chance to transition back from meditation mode to relaxed mode, ready to go back into your life. Keep in mind as mentioned earlier, you’re still welcome to just try and meditate for five minutes initially, and raise this by two minute increments as you feel more comfortable.

Step Six– Breathe

Use the guidelines in the last chapter to seat yourself correctly for meditation. Do not forget to sway so that you know that the position you have chosen is the best one for you and the most comfortable.

Start to breathe in through the nostrils to the count of 8, hold onto the air for the count of three and then exhale to the count of 9. You always exhale a little longer than the inhale. Make sure that the pivot motion is happening in your upper abdomen.

Breathe in – Count 8

Hold the breath – Count 3

Breathe out – Count 9

Repeat this over and over again until your body is into a rhythm of breathing that is regular and even. During the course of meditation you will be asked to only think about the breathing and nothing else at all. This is going to be hard at first, and thoughts will come into your head. What you do when this happens is acknowledge the thought and view it with absolutely no judgment. See it as if it’s just something that is happening and don’t let your emotions get attached to the thought or let it develop into other thoughts. Then dismiss it.

Step Seven – Meditating

Keep breathing as before and literally count in your mind the breath going into your body and holding and then going out of your body. If you need to think of the breath in a way that makes it tangible, see it as a flame of energy going into your body. Concentrate on it going into your body and then leaving the body. At the end of each exhale count one number from one to ten. The idea is to try and reach ten, in this manner.

Breathe in

Hold breath

Breathe out

Count: one, two, three, four etc. each time after the exhale.

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And so forth until you reach ten. It is absolutely certain that at some point in time you will have thoughts enter your head. Dismiss these without judgment and then go back to one again. Each time thoughts get in the way, you must go back to one again. Don’t be annoyed at yourself. Perhaps you entered your meditation with a lot on your mind and it’s trying to persuade you to think about it. The more you fight it, the more these thoughts come and go. Don’t fight it. Let the thoughts come, dismiss them and then go back to your meditation.

Chapter V: Learning From Your Own Progress

A common complaint received from students is that they had problems with keeping the concentration going and gave up if they don’t have someone to push them. If you feel that you are this way inclined, it may be a good idea to take meditation classes as this will help you. However, you don’t need to do this straight away. The fact is that your mind is accustomed to thinking things. It’s been doing it for a long time. It’s not a failure on your part if this happens. It just means tightening the reigns on your thoughts and being able to dismiss them and move on. The fact that you are trying will help you and the more regularly you meditate, the easier it will all become.

In your notebook at the end of your meditation session, write down the kind of things that you thought about as these may give you a clue about where you are going wrong. For example, did the thoughts become prompted by something that happened that day? Did you think those thoughts as a consequence of something that someone said to you? You need to know where these thoughts are coming from and prepare your mind for meditation and the best way to do this is to recognize things that form patterns. One student found that she was always thinking about her weight while she was meditating. She had an inferiority complex and a lot of self-esteem issues, but she was actually making these worse by watching TV shows on overweight people and this was just before her meditation! Of course, these thoughts followed her. Once you recognize the patterns, you can adjust your life and the time that you meditate and slow down before you go into your meditation so that you are not influenced unduly by things that have happened.

Another student told me how he took anger into his meditation room. He had very little tolerance for a coworker and this always bugged him. He started to use his meditation room as his escape from this negativity, but instead of doing that, he took the negativity in with him. I was able to teach him deep breathing exercises to help him to overcome this and to enter the meditation room with a calm mind. You may even find in the early stages that it’s helpful to do the relaxation exercise shown in Step 3 before your meditation in the early days because it may make your mind more receptive to meditation.

Another thing that helps is if you take yoga classes because these work on the body mind connection and you will get help with your meditation practice from your instructor. Basically, the method of meditating when you take yoga classes is very similar and your teacher will be able to see when you are having problems and help you to develop your methods.

Meditation in your day-to-day life

You may not realize this but it’s quite possible that you already use meditation in your day to day life. Can you think of tasks that you do that you almost do on autopilot? One student that took meditation classes with me was a knitter, but she was totally unconscious of what she was doing when she was knitting. In a way, this kind of activity acts as meditation. Since she also had problems with self-esteem and I asked her to do knitting before her meditation because I thought that this would put her in that neutral state of mind that meditation produces and she found this a lot more satisfactory. There are several things that people do on autopilot. Reading the newspaper may be something that gets you to feel like this and anything that slows down the mind and allows you to get rid of thoughts can be thought of as pre-meditation.

For example, if you meditate first thing in the morning, you haven’t yet let all the thoughts of the day enter your mind, so you are more receptive to meditation. Similarly, in the evening if you are relaxed, you are able to meditate easier than trying midday when things have been hectic all morning.

There’s another way you can use meditation that you may not have thought of. If you have a difficult situation to face in the workplace, try going to the rest room for a few moments and do the breathing exercises with your eyes closed. This will help to energize you. Another breathing exercise that can help you out in situations such as this is alternate nostril breathing which is where you hold your thumb over one nostril, breathe in through the other and then change sides so that you breathe out through the other. Do this several times to help your powers of concentration before a stressful event.

It is hoped that I have given you some food for thought and that you will be able to use this to improve your experience at meditating. Don’t worry about getting it perfect. No one is measuring your success. When you stop fighting thoughts, you will find they will go away of their own accord, but you need to remember that it’s perfectly normal to have thoughts invade your mind while you are trying to keep them at bay and meditate. Don’t get angry with yourself for this. In fact, display absolutely no emotions at all. Simply view them, acknowledge them and dismiss them and move on. The sooner you are able to do that, the sooner you will be able to meditate successfully.

Reinforcing your reasons for change

The reason I wrote the implementation chapters in this book in a step-by-step manner is so that you can easily start your meditation and have everything that you need within one book. Many other books make meditation too complex and you would really be surprised at how simple it is. The reason it seems difficult is because it goes against the normal flow of thoughts in your mind. You have to remember that many of your thoughts are negative in nature if you are stressed or if you are suffering from anxiety. You need to let these thoughts go and show your subconscious mind that you are capable of dismissing them without judgment and without any emotions being wasted on them.

The more you are able to do this, the better you will find life will become. Even when you are not meditating, your mind will be reacting in a different way from a “pity party” and you will be able to move beyond your problems or the small things that add up into making big things in your mind. They are only big if you allow them to be. By training your mind to be able to neutralize negative thoughts during meditation, the best thing is that you are also training your mind to be able to control emotions which may just be contributing to your stresses.

Use breathing to help you to get through problems that arise in your life. Instead of giving an angry retort, for example, distance yourself from the situation until you are able to see things in a clearer way. You have the exercises that you need in order to do that and when time has passed, nothing ever looks as bad as it did in that moment of anger. Use your meditational training to help you to recognize those emotions that are detrimental to your happiness and learn to let go. Daily meditation will help you to do this. It will also help you to calm your mind and to sleep well and you do need to respect your body’s needs.

No one’s a stranger to this advice, but it’s worth including even still – feed yourself on a great varied diet, drink sufficient water and make sure that your level of exercise is sufficient to ensure that you get a good night’s sleep. Sleep heals and so does meditation. Working together, you will find that you can cope with life in a much more positive manner.


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I hope that this book will provide you or another with steps and knowledge to begin the journey of meditation. I want to thank you for taking the time to read through this. I’ve deliberately kept it short and to the point, with no unnecessary lengthy stories or case studies – I know that you are simply looking for the answers.

Remember that action will always beat knowledge. At the end of the day, it’s your decision on how much effort you put in after this knowledge. It takes a little learning to get used to meditation, but when you make it part of your everyday life, so much changes for the better.

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