Yoga Egyptian Pose is the most commonly used meditation posture.
- Sit in an upright position such that your head, neck and back are in straight line. You can also practice meditation sitting on a chair. Find a chair that will allow you to sit upright and have the back of your head supported.
- You can keep your hands either on your knees or in your lap. A good placing of the hands for meditation is to ‘cup’ them droopily in your lap, with thumbs touching, with your wrists at the tops of your thighs.
- Keep your eyes open or closed, depending upon concentrative or non-concentrative technique being used to meditate.
- Keep your body completely relaxed, strain or pain can cause more harm than good.
- Yoga Meditation Poses or Postures – Yoga Lesson Ten (healthinessbox.com)
- Yoga Burmese Pose – Yoga Lesson Eleven (healthinessbox.com)
- Agni Prasana or Breath of Fire Breathing – YogaLesson Seven (healthinessbox.com)
- Sheetali Breathing or Cooling Breath – Yoga Lesson Eight (healthinessbox.com)