Learn to meditate
We have created some Nepali guided-meditation for your use here:
हामीले श्रीजना गरेका निम्न नेपाली ध्यानका ट्रयाकहरुमा तपाईंले ध्यान गर्न वा सिक्न सक्नुहुनेछ।
This enhances well-being. This beginner's version includes explanations and breathing exercises.
A shorted version is found here.
This reboots well-being. This shorter version, without explanations, is useful for regular practitioners.
This is a foundational exercise of one-point-concentration of your awareness.
This practice helps you drop various compulsions and puts one in touch with inner silence.
So this is the fact: most of us are slightly off-balance, or more, but it is no use blaming anybody. The fact is that one is not balanced psychologically, mentally or sexually – in every way, we are off-balance. The important thing is to become aware of it, to know that one is not balanced, not how to become balanced. A neurotic mind cannot become balanced, but if it has not gone to the extremes of neurosis, if it has still retained some balance, it can watch itself. One can then become aware of what one does, what one says, what one thinks, how one moves, how one sits, how one eats – watching all the time but not correcting. If you watch in such a manner, without any choice, then out of that deep watching will come a balanced, sane, human being. Then you will no longer be neurotic. A balanced mind is a mind that is wise, not made up of judgments and opinions. - From the book You Are The World