I was trying sitting cross legged and back straight during Anapanasati meditation.
I have looked at this question -> A question about sitting, movement and mindfulness
I would like to know what are the possible bad practices learned during meditation and in the posture and I would not want to make those mistakes.
I am not sitting purely cross legged. The feet are under the shins or calf. I am unable to sit perfectly straight noticing that I am leaning forward. Should I at this juncture, straighten up again? What if a mosquito bites you at that moment, like it is biting me right now? Should I move to scratch an itch?
Is it important to simply acknowledge and not react to anything at all? (Reaction in the sense move a little...)
What is right mindfulness? Not reacting and simply acknowledging? What if it adversely affects my legs by not moving and possibly getting bitten by the mosquito?