Meditation means holding the body in a particular posture to bring stability to the body and poise to the mind. The practice of Meditation brings the purity in tubular channels, firmness to the body and vitality to the body and the mind. Meditation is simple action for keeping the internal and external parts of the body in good health. No activity can be performed well so long as the internal and external parts of the body are not in good health. The body and the mind are closely related. The people of ancient Greece believed in the principal, "A sound mind in a sound body'. By practicing Meditation one frees himself from physical disabilities and mental distractions. It is a state of complete equilibrium of body, mind and spirit.
Meditation means a state of being in which one can remain steady, calm, quiet, comfortable, physically and mentally. Meditation is practiced to develop one's ability to sit in the one position without discomfort for extended lengths of time, as this is necessary during meditation.