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A comfortable seating position should be selected; it does not matter whether it is lotus, Burmese or Seiza positions. Let your hands rest on top of your thighs. The palms of your hand should be on a downward position. On the other hand, posture is not extremely important with active meditation. You can do any movements you wish to undertake such as walking, dancing, or stumping of feet. 

There is a theological meaning behind these gestures. Based on Yogic philosophy, these can affect consciousness. One example is the common hand-position of the Buddhist. The right hand rests on the top of the left hand with touching thumbs similar to the begging bowl of Buddha. 6. Incorporating various repetitive activities in stillness such as humming, chanting, or deep breathing to help in inducing a state of meditation. 

However, many of his philosophical elements revealed influences of Augustine and Aristotle which tackles about the 16th century stoicism revisions. Descartes natural philosophy is different from what is taught in schools on two aspects. First, he rejected the corporeal substance analysis of forms and matters. 

However, you also have to consider the fact that stress is also one of the main contributors to high blood pressure as well as heart diseases. This is why working all the time without adequate rest is not recommended. It is important for the body to rest in order for it to function properly and remain healthy. 

Tell yourself that you're forehead is getting cooler and relaxed. Breath easy and regularly. Just feel all the heaviness and warmth spread over your entire body. 3. Ideal Relaxation - close your eyes and try to create an ideal relaxation spot inside your mind. Choose any place whether it's imagined or real and furnish the place according to your own preference and style. 

Each is created with a mind and a soul that instinctively rises above to meet the infinite boundaries of being. The quest for happiness, for success, and for a better quality of living is endless among most people. Many look forward to the promises of tomorrow for a more pleasant life. Some, on the other hand, cling to various things for joy and satisfaction.