- As few distractions as possible - a “safe place” where you won’t be interrupted by abrupt sounds, interactions, electronic devices, etc. This is especially useful when you begin meditation practice…it helps with focus and discipline.
- Natural environments outdoors are great - if you can be alone and undisturbed.
- Creating a “consecrated space” that you revisit each day can reinforce disciplined practice. There is something about returning to the same physical location (and same body position, meditation routine, etc.) that helps strengthen meditation.
- A consistent length of time. This turns out to be quite helpful. Even if you aren’t meditating for the entire duration, knowing that you have a set period to be meditating anchors one’s practice.
- A clear intention for your practice. Why are you meditating? What is the point? Knowing this before you begin (and recalling it to mind afterwards) are useful and productive bookends.
For other suggestions, I recommend reading this book online for free: Integral Lifework: Essential Mysticism
My 2 cents.
From Quora: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-best-environment-for-meditation/answer/T-Collins-Logan
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