First you need to find a quiet place where you won’t be interrupted. Wear something comfortable like loose clothes and sit still in a straight-backed chair or on a pillow on the floor. You don’t have to assume the lotus position, but you should sit up straight and avoid slouching. Focus your eyes on a nearby object or simple close your eyes gently, whichever feels better and seems more natural. The idea is to relax as much as possible. I know what you are thinking: If someone asks you to sit quietly like that, you’d be asleep faster than you know it. That is okay if it happens occasionally, it means your body is fully relax. But don’t make it a habit, because that will be fucking napping and not meditating.
Once you’re comfortable, try to block out everything but your breathing. There are a number of ways to do this. For example, while slowly inhaling and exhaling, say to yourself, “I breathe in, I breathe out”. Some practitioners suggest focusing on a word of phrase that has a meaning to you – lyrics of a song, bible verse, a tag line from your favorite advertisement. Repeating the word or phrase will help the person to focus on breathing. It doesn’t matter which method you choose, as long as you center yourself in breathing and it keeps you from stressing about the millions of other of things you are about to do. When you are done, you should feel like nothing needs to be done, making each breath a mini-vacation. Warning, concentrating on breathing alone is not as easy as it is said, when I first try, I was surprise how terribly hard it is to kick away all the thought that is cluttering my fucking mind.
There you go, thinking again
Don’t just do something, sit there
You should concentrate on breathing for 15 minutes. Even though you might find it is hard to do so for that long, so try 5 minutes and gradually increasing it. When time is up, don’t rush back to your regular routine right away. Too fast of a transition to real life will make your stress level soar. Instead, sit for a few more minutes and let the outside thoughts back into your head. If you are at a bit open space walk it off because you start your rat race again.
Don’t expect to be saved
Daily meditation will not result in any fucking bright light beaming on you from the above. Nothing dramatic is going to happen while you meditate. But over the time, you’ll notice that the awareness in you practice in meditating will spilled over in your daily life. You will be more focus on a single thing at hand, you will not but threatened by a million other thoughts.
what does your mind says?
You don’t need to be a Buddha to meditate and get results...Happy Fucking Vesak Day Y'all!!!