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If You Follow These 4 Steps, You're Meditating

Forget heading to a monastery; you can meditate anytime, anywhere, for as little as ten minutes a day. 1. Sit comfortably upright on a chair, feet on the floor, hands resting on your thighs. (If you prefer, you can sit on the floor.) Take two or three deep breaths, then close your eyes.2. Starting from the top of the head and moving down, mentally scan your body, noticing any tension in your muscles, places of comfort or discomfort, the feel of the floor beneath your feet.
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