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Old January 25th, 2012, 17:30   #1 (permalink)
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Default Newbie and Excited. A Few Questions?

Hi folks. So far after two days, feeling the great impact. I do have some clarification questions that I don't think I have seen answered yet in my reviews?

1. Is it best when I first wake in the morning to do my 1 hour workout (run and weightlift), and then my LifeFlow meditation phase, or vice versa? In orther words, what is my best optimization when mixing exercise and LifeFlow meditation first thing when I rise in the morning (before heading out for my battles of the day)?

2. At what sound level should I listen to LifeFlow when using head phones? Softer for a lighter experience of hearing or greater sound so I can feel more of the vibration and beat of the experience?

3. It is suggested that LifeFlow be listened to once per day (which I will do first thing in the morning). For the evening when I am going to sleep, what do you recommend listening to in the package of tracks available to help in my meditation to enter sleep mode?

4. I am not sure yet how Optimal Learning and Creative Flow tracks fit in the scheme of the LifeFlow track meditation (for me starting with 10). ANy suggestions?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Old January 29th, 2012, 15:52   #2 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Dreanmachine View Post
Hi folks. So far after two days, feeling the great impact. I do have some clarification questions that I don't think I have seen answered yet in my reviews?

1. Is it best when I first wake in the morning to do my 1 hour workout (run and weightlift), and then my LifeFlow meditation phase, or vice versa? In orther words, what is my best optimization when mixing exercise and LifeFlow meditation first thing when I rise in the morning (before heading out for my battles of the day)?

2. At what sound level should I listen to LifeFlow when using head phones? Softer for a lighter experience of hearing or greater sound so I can feel more of the vibration and beat of the experience?

3. It is suggested that LifeFlow be listened to once per day (which I will do first thing in the morning). For the evening when I am going to sleep, what do you recommend listening to in the package of tracks available to help in my meditation to enter sleep mode?

4. I am not sure yet how Optimal Learning and Creative Flow tracks fit in the scheme of the LifeFlow track meditation (for me starting with 10). ANy suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

Meditation should be carried out at a time that is most comfortable to you. The important aspect is to meditate consistently at the same time and place when you are unlikely to be stressed out by whatever activity may follow. As a last resort it is more important that you do meditate rather than where and when you meditate.

The volume of the LF "music" should be comfortable for you and not distracting. The sound is not supposed to be the subject of the meditation, just something going on in the background. You don't get more out of it by playing it louder.

As to what to listen to at night, that is to your taste. I like to meditate without any music or distraction and know when it's time to sleep. Sometimes I will use music or a lifeflow session if I feel it necessary. You might find that some of the later LF sessions will have you sleeping before you know it

Unless I am mistaken the Optimal Learning and Creative Flow tracks are to be used as background tracks when engaged in those activities if possible.
 
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Old January 30th, 2012, 11:26   #3 (permalink)
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Hi Dreanmachine....

Just quickly, in my experience, you can vary the volume of your meditation tracks, to achieve different effects. I've used them on very low volume, and quite high volume. Feels very different, but neither one is "bad" or "good". It depends on your mood at the time. Inside meditation, I usually forget about the LF tracks totally, but sometimes become extremely aware of them. Again, I have no value judgement about this. It's nice to forget about them; nice, also, to be aware.

As for Optimal Learning, I always used this as a background track -- on the speakers, not headphones -- until a few weeks ago. But one day, on a whim, I tried it as my meditation track (with headphones), and was blown away by the result. It is the most peaceful "place" to meditate that I can imagine. Have been using it almost daily, and I never get tired of it.

I doubt that many members here use it that way. But, if you give it a try, you might be quite surprised.
 
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