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Annapana
This meditation is done usually sitting with your back straight upwards (but can be done any where and anytime). Watch the Breath, Focusing on the area between your nostrils and the upper lip. Eyes closed (but not necessarily), Just observe the natural breath as it occurs. Air coming in, Air going out... dont try to change anything. If the breath is shallow let it be shallow, if it is deep allow it to be deep. Just feel the sensations on the skin, around the area of the nostrils and the upper lip. Notice the temperature of the touch of the air, and whatever sensation comes. Notice the depth and the rhythm of the breath. You can sit like this between 10 minutes and 1 hour, following your ability and experience.
This meditation brings peace to your mind and focuses your concentration. It is good as a preparation for Vippassana meditation which requires concentration and attention to the body.