What is the basic right technique for meditation?

Anaïs Henry
Follow your breath. When you get distracted, just kindly and gently notice that and guide your attention back to your breath

Edna Curtis
Breathe thru your diaphragm controlled the breathe back straight tongue in the right position head straight and hands on your knees it will work as hand support that it🙏

Steve Montgomery
Close your eyes and sit down somewhere comfy. You can use a chair or lie down if you want. Just think about long full breath's for a while. When you find yourself drifting that's okay just thinking about breathing again. The trick is to focus on 1 thing. You will never be able to turn off your brain so meditate on one thought. There is no wrong way as long as your comfy calm and happy

Johan Jensen
Focus on the moment. Using my breath is the easiest for me. When I get distracted, I return to the breath gently and continue.

Caleb Wade
Close your eyes and sit down somewhere comfy. You can use a chair or lie down if you want. Just think about long full breath's for a while. When you find yourself drifting that's okay just thinking about breathing again. The trick is to focus on 1 thing. You will never be able to turn off your brain so meditate on one thought. There is no wrong way as long as your comfy calm and happy

Otfried Kühner
The most basic technique it to find a comfortable spot to sit or lay down in complete uninterrupted silence for a period of time. Close your eyes and focus your attention on your breath. As thoughts come into your mind, acknowledge them and let them pass. The challenge most people have with meditation is they feel they’re failing because they’re thinking. Not the case. Continue to bring attention to the breath and be the observer of your own thoughts.

Loreto Almeida
Close your eyes and sit down somewhere comfy. You can use a chair or lie down if you want. Just think about long full breath's for a while. When you find yourself drifting that's okay just thinking about breathing again. The trick is to focus on 1 thing. You will never be able to turn off your brain so meditate on one thought. There is no wrong way as long as your comfy calm and happy

Arnim Kirsten
Concentrate on one thing like your breathing
And don’t fight your thoughts, but let it go
Having a coach or registering in website for meditation is a good idea , I believe

Ron May
Close your eyes and sit down somewhere comfy. You can use a chair or lie down if you want. Just think about long full breath's for a while. When you find yourself drifting that's okay just thinking about breathing again. The trick is to focus on 1 thing. You will never be able to turn off your brain so meditate on one thought. There is no wrong way as long as your comfy calm and happy