Article by Sanne Schijn
You may be wondering about the correct time to practice meditation. Most people practice meditation in the morning.Do you know the benefits of doing meditation during evening time.
6AM in the morning and 6PM in the evening are ideal times to practice meditation. If it is not possible to do meditation at the specified time, you can do one session of meditation in the morning and another session in the evening.
Practicing meditation during both times of the day (i.e. day and night) is very important. Our energy flows through seven chakras during 24 hours of a day.
In the morning the pranic energy is concentrated near manipura chakra.In the evening the pranic energy concentrates near ajna chakra.During sleep it is concentrated in sahasrara chakra.
In meditation we are constantly aware of respiration.Most people calm their minds by concentrating on respiration.Our body recieves life energy or pranic energy through respiration.
During morning, the suryanadi is active and positive energy is absorbed by our body through respiration.The tasks we takeup when suryanadi is active are bound to succeeed.
During evening, the chandranadi is active and negative energy is absorbed by our body through respiration.Any work done when chandranadi is active are less likely to succeed.
Doing meditation during both times of the day, balances negative and positive energy in our body. Our mind and body becomes refreshed and nourished with pure energy. We will get relief from both health and mental problems.
When you are too tired in the evenings to do meditation,at least make your mind empty before going to sleep.When falling to sleep concentrate on your ajna chakra.
You will fall sleep doing meditation.Falling in sleep doing meditation is better than avoiding meditation.If you find time at least ten minutes of time to meditate during other times of the day.
When you practice meditation in the above manner regularly, you don’t need to do any yoga postures. You will get the same benefits without making your body work hard.
About the Author
I am a devoted practitioner of meditation. I write about meditation and meditation techniques.