Try This Short Meditation Trick!
Before I go on explaining Silva Meditation Technique which is quite lenghty and might bore u...I came across a comment in rizhan's blog that saying she has migraine but no time for meditation
If you're always in stress and having stress-related disease such as migraine, this simple meditation technique might be able to replace your painkiller or cafergot!
According to Eva Selhub, M.D., senior staff physician at the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, recommends 3 minute meditation twice a day
-an a.m. session before you start your day and a noon meditation before that typical 3 o'clock crash hits.
Find a quiet place (even if it's the bathroom) and mentally focus on an image that brings you pleasure: the ocean, a flower, the sun, your cat; continue to keep the image in your mind's eye as you breathe deeply (roughly 10 seconds for each inhale and exhale). With a little practice,Selhub says, you'll become more skilled at maintaining focus and can add more short meditations to your day, whenever you need revitalizing.