You can breathe many ways while meditating. Noticing your natural rhythm is one way. You could practice deep breathing where you count 2 or 3 seconds in and 2 or 3 seconds out. Many times instructors will have you practice breathing into your abdomen. But I think noticing your breathe is a good place to start.
Breath in through you nose and take a big breath out from you mouth letting your self deflate and all your worries go out with a clear mind
Slow and steady. In through the nose, out through the mouth. Breathe deep from your diaphragm and focus on your breathing.
It depends on your goal. Simple mindfulness meditation usually asks you to breathe as you normally would and just pay attention, while some others may ask you to slow your breathing, usually with counting.
- Do you find meditation more helpful in the morning or the evening?
- How do you keep yourself motivated and disciplined?
- How many hours should you meditate?
- What’s your length goal for meditating? How long do you want to be able to meditate for?
- How long do you meditate for and at what time of day?
- What is your main aim of meditation?
- What is the recommended amount of time to meditate?
- Is it normal to almost go into sleep, then awake in your mind in time for the end of meditation cycle?
- Is it better to do the same meditation multiple times in a row/use the same app/stick to the same teacher, or better to change it up and do a different meditation every day?
- When do you meditate? For how long?