For those who are used to sitting in a chair, the concept of sitting on the ground, cross-legged will make you feel shy, so this is a great opportunity to try it once. If you find cross-legged too difficult, you can apply simple footing methods below.
Sitting cross-legged on the ground has a number of different ways, but the most important point is that there must be a specialized cushion for the meditation. You can use a pillow or pillow, but you will have to struggle to make it most comfortable and does not cause pain during the meditation process.
6 meditation postures:
Posture of the lotus cycle (fourth part of the United States)
The legs are crossed diagonally, the left foot rests on the right ankle or knee and vice versa. For beginners, apply this posture.
Semi-lotus posture (selling Lotus)
Semi-lotus posture is to place the left foot on the right thigh. However, it may change, the left leg may be placed under the right leg and placed on the left thigh.
Full-lotus posture (Full Lotus)
The posture of full lotus is the legs locked together, first put the right foot on the left thigh and put the left foot on the right thigh. Pull your feet close to your body to sit longer. The left hand is on the right hand, or vice versa. Hands on the soles of the feet, fingers overlapped, the fingertips touching each other right at the navel, elbows just hugging the hips is okay
If you can’t sit cross-legged, just keep both legs crossed over the mattress
Seiza Japanese posture
This sitting posture is to sit on a small chair, legs set at the foot of the chair. You can also use a small pillow placed on the legs and buttocks sitting on it.
Sitting in a chair
Finally, how to sit in a chair with two feet on the carpet. Can also sit on the union placed on the chair. The back posture is the same as the sitting postures.