Prior to the last year, it is hard for me to see myself meditating. It helps us shed negative feelings that we are ‘ugly ducklings’ and reminds us that we are all graceful and pure swans. The concept of this chair was brought up by a meditation practice timer. Try different styles of meditation to see which style suits you best; you may of course practice as many different styles of meditation as you find useful, restful and beneficial.
You maintain your centeredness and stillness, your sense of inner peace and freedom. I am more aware of my breathing and of my body posture. The positive energy inside a person gets increased and deeply routed via following the instructions of a good teacher. You may be lucky and achieve the relaxation you desire on this first time, but more often than not it can take a couple of times before you mind gets into sync.
In some forms of meditation people may meditate on the third eye (Ajna charka). Any pose that allows comfortable stillness for the body is effective for meditation; when you remove as many physical and environmental distractions as possible, the mind and breath are free to focus.
When I am able to get into that phase of awareness, I experience a perfect state of clarity, peace and receptiveness, which I call being at the bottom of my mind. There are several courses on meditation available these days. Through learning to breathe, you can calm your mind and observe your thoughts.
Your logical mind to slip into your awareness information that it feels is important. You can direct this light to be focused on a specific part of your body as long as you want. Once you get rid of this frame of mind, daydreaming will no longer be necessary because you will be actually taking action to create the future you want.