I started meditating from a very young age. It was just in my lifestyle. Be it in Kolkata, Arya Samaj, or the weekly gathering of a yoga group. A lot of what i learnt is by attending the "Art of living" camp by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar as a kid.
I usually meditate in 3 dimensions. It doesn't require me to focus. It only requires me to let go of reality or worldly illusion.
I meditate at any time, situation, body posture regardless of what's happening. When i do so, the world around me loses meaning. I suddenly have control of what's happening in the world. It's like a journey to a parallel universe.
What follows is an instant shuffling of memories, events and achievements. I gain control over what's illusion and what's reality. Since I'm still in 3 dimensions, All my achievements, bitter events and mishaps are reshuffled. All that's left are things i learnt and good memories.
The best thing is that all this happens in moments.
I meditate in 2 and 1 dimension during the weekends. It's like a vacation retreat. The definition of existence evolves everytime i go for that vacation.
I was taught this trick by a famous guru- Sri Sri Ravi Shankar when i was 5.
It's called guided transcendence meditation
I'm a thinker, dreamer, doer and a strong follower of stoicism. I have a passion to learn and apply that to make the world a better place.