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Meditate on a meditation bench, have you ever thought of this? More and more people are meditating. They take this moment to be focused inward and not to be distracted by all external stimuli. Or at least, we try not to be distracted. The latter is of course extremely difficult, but believe us: practice makes perfect. Allow yourself the space to discover what feels right for you and how you can meditate for a longer period of time (in an active position).
Because you do not only meditate in the difficult lotus position on the floor. You can also sit in a different way, you can lie, stand and even meditate while writing or walking. The most important thing is that it feels good for you and you can fully focus on meditation.
Have you discovered that sitting meditation works well for you? Then a round meditation cushion or a crescent meditation cushion are good tools. But another nice aid in meditation, one that still a few people know, is the meditation bench. Do you prefer to meditate while sitting, but not in the cross-legged position (and certainly not in the lotus position), but with your knees forward and your feet behind you? Then this meditation bench is a perfect solution.
Sitting in this way is called "seiza" and this is a Japanese meditation posture. The meditation bench makes you sit a little higher off the floor, making your legs less likely to fall asleep and less likely to get cold. The meditation bench is slightly sloping forward, so that your pelvis is tilted slightly and you can stay upright for a long time without getting tired.
The meditation bench is suitable for people between 1.60 and 1.75 meters, because otherwise you cannot sit firmly with your lower legs on the floor. Would you like to meditate in the seiza posture, but are you smaller or taller? Then try this posture by putting a crescent meditation cushion on its side.