WHERE TO MEDITATE
The place selected should be calm and quiet, away from any crowd and where spiritual activities are generally held. A secluded place within a temple, a place on a river bank, a place surrounded by natural scenes or a quiet place where there are no strong winds is suitable for meditation. A well-ventilated room in a house, which is used exclusively for worshipping may also be selected. If the same spot is regularly used for meditation only, the mind will become calm more easily and shall assist in the progress of meditation.
In the early stage, the selection of place is more important but at the advanced stage of practicing meditation, place becomes unimportant because the consciousness then easily slips into the field of superconscious. The developed saints meditate at any place.