I use an app that guides me, but meditation can be many different things: even just focusing on your breath is meditation.
Try a dedicated meditating app like headspace or find tutorials or join a class. To answer your question though it's all about concentrating on yourself entirely.
There really isn’t a right or wrong way. Check out Headspace, there are free guided meditations that help you get accustomed to meditating and developing it as a habit
Focus on one thing, like your breath, or imagine the sound of the ocean. Other thoughts will come, observe them, and move back to your focus point. Refocusing thoughts is one of the powerful effects of meditation, if you are the master of your thoughts like that, you're doing it right.
- What is the one thing that helps you concentrate most?
- What is a one thing that helps you concentrate most?
- How do I advance my meditation?
- How long do you meditate.
- How do you fit everything within your schedule?
- How much time do you meditate?
- Why do some people think that you have to go *OMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM*during meditation
- To what degree do you suppress your thoughts when you meditate? Do you store any or do you let them all go?
- What time of day to meditate works best for you?
- How do you complete the meditation to the end? I always want and fight myself from quitting in the middle.