"A quiet mind is all you need. All else will happen rightly,
once the mind is quiet." Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

How To Meditate
Sit or lay down in a comfortable position. Use a timer and set it for 21 minutes. Start the timer, close your eyes, say a prayer that is particular to your circumstances at the moment, and then think of a holy word. "God" is a good choice. When you find that your mind wanders from that word, gently bring it back to the word again. You'll find that your mind will wander again. Come back to the word again. And so on. When the timer goes off, turn it off and sit or lay there for a minute or longer, with your eyes opened or closed. Then get up and go about your day. I think you'll find that 20 minutes of meditating is equivalent to about two hours of sleep and is very refreshing and restorative. It's a wonderful way to deepen your faith and is a great stress reliever as well. There is a tendency while meditating to think, oh, I'm not doing this right, or other similar thoughts. Ignore them. The definition of a good meditation is one that you do. Give it a try. I think you'll like it.
- Hank Frazee, Author of  Referral Upgrade   and  Before We Say "Goodnight"