In order to learn how to meditate with your BlackBerry, first we must understand meditation. Here are just a few examples of the kinds of meditation we can experience:
Sitting Meditation. Often crossed legged with eyes closed, Sitting Meditation involves clearing your mind of thoughts, and becoming still in your mind and body, experiencing a sense of calm, peace and being 'in the moment'. It can be extremely difficult to quiet the mind in the beginning, but practice is definitely the key to achieving the full effects of this kind of meditation.
Guided Meditation. Sitting or lying with your eyes closed; Guided Meditation is the experience of listening to a script being read which takes you on a 'journey'. For instance, you may be instructed to imagine yourself walking in a field of red poppies; you can feel the breeze on your skin and hear the birds singing overhead. A guided meditation can be long or short and many people find it far easier to relax whilst being 'guided' than sitting in complete silence.
Visualization. This involves gazing at objects such as crystals, waterfalls, flowers, symbols, words or even photographs made up of patterns, colors, or inspiring places. You relax the mind and gaze at the image or object in front of you, noticing the colors, the lines, the texture and the detail. Continue to gaze at the objects/photos and after a few moments close your eyes and visualize the object in front of you. Focusing the mind in such a way can - over time - be very relaxing and beneficial to relaxation.