For sometime you sit in lotus posture and concentrate on a Mantra. I will tell you today, how to do meditation. Please give attention and keep your one palm on another palm.
The right palm should be upside. Now close your eyes and keep your body fully straight.
Firstly you imagine a white big background in front of you. On this background you see the Mantra Om. This Mantra has been originated from the Namokar Mantra. Om is the smallest form of the Namokar mantra. This is the original mantra and you can not convert it into English or in other language. Now you concentrate on saffron coloured Om written on the white background.
Although the external eyes are closed, yet the internal journey is going on. You have not to take sleep and have to stop your mind from going outside.
You concentrate your mind only on Om mantra. Don’t think anything else and try again try to see the Om. In second phase of this meditation, you see the Sun before you and assume that this Sun is having the image of Om at its centre. Imagine that the rays are coming out from this Sun. At this time, you feel very much happiness and peace.
Now, you will complete your short meditation. Before it, check/purify your breathing system. You should recite 5 Padas of Namokar Mantra one by one.
Telling “Namo Arihantanam”you take a long breath and with “Namo Siddhanam” you exhale your breathing. After this you tell internally “Namo Aayariyanam”take long breathing and by “Namo Uvajjhayanam” you leave the breath slowly.
Like this with “Namo Loye” you take a long breath inside and telling “Savva Saahoonam” you leave your breath gently Through this method you have taken three breathing cycle with inhalation and exhalation. Now, in ending the meditation you sing one small song- “Count your garden by the flowers Never by the leaves that fall, Count your days by golden hours, Don’t remember clouds at all.”