Kelee meditation is a practice that you can do anywhere. It is a five-minute practice that is simple, yet, because of the anatomy of the kelee, profound.
We recommend doing this practice twice daily, once in the morning, and once in the evening—that’s when it’s most effective.
It is easy to incorporate this meditation into your everyday lifestyle, you can do this practice wherever you are—work, home, outside, in your car. I just try and find a place where no one will start talking to me.
In fact, as you meditate consistently, your mind gains strength, and it becomes easier to do your practice anywhere.
Ron W. Rathbun founder of Kelee meditation comments on this,
“Find a comfortable place to do your meditation, but do not restrict doing your practice to your favorite place. If you feel secure meditating only in your sanctuary, it will become a ritual and limit your ability to practice anywhere. A routine is good as long as it is not limiting.”
It is important, (probably more so when starting out) to have a quiet space where no one will disturb you. Students who begin Kelee meditation often say that outside noise is their biggest distraction from having a good meditation practice.
Ron W. Rathbun assures us that this will change over time,
“The biggest distraction while meditating will be noise. When you can detach from sense consciousness in a noisy place your mind gains strength and becomes more focused. As you progress in letting go of your senses, you will be able to do your practice almost anywhere.”
You can learn how to do Kelee meditation from this simple manual, Kelee Meditation, Free your Mind available from our partners at Amazon for $2.99.
—Quotes & photograph used by permission from Author & KM founder, Ron W. Rathbun