There are dozens of different types of meditation that you can participate in.
One of the simplest variants is just to breathe deeply and slowly – concentrating on it so each breath takes oxygen to the bottom of your lungs. Sitting still in a cross-legged position so the mind can go silent by itself. The relaxed posture will bring you to a relaxed state of mind more effectively.
Combining yoga with meditation is a common practice. You will bring together the physical body and positive mentality. Moving through a variety of poses that can be either relaxing or require concentration can combat stress.
Osho meditation is derived from an Indian teacher called Osho who has written many books about how crucial freeing the mind of clutter is to achieving self-awareness. Osho splits meditation into passive and active. The former is being still (and passive) over a length of time while the latter is being more active.
Buddhist meditation is practiced all over the world and centres around four main parts: focusing on the body, mind, feelings and mental objects. One goal is to concentrate utterly on the present and detach oneself from ego. When staring at your thoughts, do not over analyse.