Meditation shopping? While it may seem strange, it is perhaps the best approach to finding a technique that works for you.
Published on July 7 in the journal Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing, the findings reveal that by finding a form of meditation that works for you, you are less likely to quit. The result of sticking with it? Research-backed benefits of reduced stress, lower blood pressure, and help with addiction problems.
While meditation styles vary, you'll want a comfortable, quiet room, perhaps a cushion to sit on, and anywhere from five to 20 minutes for beginners. Here are a few traditional seated meditation techniques used in the study that you may want to try.