317Re: [Meditation Society of America] Email question #2
- Apr 29, 2002In general, meditation can be done anytime anywhere. I usually do so in my living room, sometimes my bedroom. I prefer to do it at night, that way the room can be lit only by candlelight. Really, its where you feel the most comfortable.
Some specific types of meditations or religions may have rules of their own regarding when and where but I don't know of any. I just meditate to relieve stress and to feel better.
Hope this helps
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Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 12:49 AM
Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Email question #2
Question received from another student via Email - Can anyone help
with an answer?
I am doing a school project on Meditation. I was wondering if I would
be able to ask you a few questions. I was curious to know as to where
a person can meditate on their own time? Can they just meditate at
home or should one go to a place that specializes in it per say. Also
is there any specific time of day that one should meditate, or just in
any spare time they have? In addition to this I was also interested
to know why would one want to meditate? Is it strictly more for
relaxation or does it help with other parts of the body as well. What
are some good meditation methods? I was wondering if you would be
willing to recommend some to me?
Thank you for your time and effort!! I appreciate it very much!!
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