Maria Duval - Achieving concentration

The second point to note for achieving good concentration is Place.

Maria Duval says, the ideal thing would be to have a room specially reserved for these activities. If you haven't got one, use a corner of your bedroom, preferably positioning yourself so that you are facing a blank wall or a bare surface so that your eyes won't be drawn towards a mass of objects. At night time you can make do with a dimmer light like the flame of a candle.

Concentrating outdoors, for example, under the shelter of a tree, against the backdrop of a garden, a lake or a mountain - can give good results too, as long as you aren't bothered by the wind, insects or etc.

However for a beginner you can't beat the peaceful and neutral surroundings of a room at room, where you feel perfectly at ease.

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