If you lead anything even close to a normal life, things are no doubt pretty hectic for you on a daily basis.
Between working, the children, and your social life, it is easy for stress levels to get pretty high, and this is okay for a short period of time.
Stress is a natural response to things that are occurring in your environment. It is your body’s way of telling you that you have something in your life that needs to be taken care of. Too often though, stress can get the best of you and that is when it is important to find a way to cope before it starts to mess with your life.
Have you ever wondered ‘how to meditate’?
Well, believe it or not, meditation and living more mindfully are becoming the most common methods (not to mention, safest) that people of all ages are using to alleviate some of the everyday stresses that would otherwise build and build.
It isn’t difficult to meditate at all, but it most certainly requires a few elements that are required to maintain an atmosphere that is conducive to meditation.
Here are a few invaluable tips that will teach you how to meditate the right way from the start.
This traditional technique gets my highest recommendation and…
Here is what Rev. Dion Ward and Dan O’Leary said about the Discover meditation course:
“I was extremely pleased with the Meditation Course. I discussed some of the course with a friend of mine who was aghast! He had paid thousands of dollars to learn what I had learned for free.”
Rev. Dion Ward – LifeFlow® Community Member
Here’s some great advice about how to meditate from the coveted “Principles of Meditation and Entrainment by our well-respected advisor Ta-Tsu-Wa…
“Generically speaking, there are three types of meditation techniques. There are techniques that take your awareness outwards, techniques that take your awareness inwards, and techniques that do a little of both. People with exceptionally busy minds tend to do better with techniques that take awareness outwards since their minds naturally head that direction anyway. People with more contemplative natures tend to do better with techniques that take you inwards. The combination techniques are a “maybe” for just about anyone, but are usually best used when a person has some experience with meditation under their belt.
The mantra technique as taught by Michael at Project Meditation is an excellent example of an outward technique. Since the vast majority of people have somewhat active minds, this mantra technique is a good bet for most of us. Even mantra techniques have some differences. Some require rigid concentration while others are more relaxed, such as Michael’s technique.”
Using entrainment with meditation is something new to many people. It carries its own set of misunderstandings that need to be cleared up… to Understand more about this remarkable and Life Changing combination, click on the link below
Here’s the easiest, super-fast, 8 minute modern technique that Doctors enjoy and highly recommend…
“LifeFlow meditation is a neural entrainment program; it allows one to go to great depths in meditation–similar to monks or meditators that practice for many, many years. With LifeFlow, you can achieve these same results, but without waiting and practicing for years. I make this assertion based on my own long experience with meditation and with the LifeFlow program. For those considering a meditation program but perhaps are skeptical, I think you will find that this program will allow you to go easily into meditation, find that deep relaxation you seek, see the visible results by looking in a mirror before and after meditation, allow you to release any stress or stressful situations without either effort or difficulty, and leave you calm and peaceful. It can be used with or without headphones. It’s beyond unique and like nothing else out there”
Dr. John D. Stickle, Santa Cruz, CA, USA
“Outstanding – one of my favourite things to do during the day.”
Dr Darag Rennie MBChB, Stanmore Bay, New Zealand
“The resulting restful sleep and relaxation remain unmatched to anything else that we’ve tried.”
Jeffrey J. Elenewski, PhD, Clinical/Consulting Psychologist, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
You can turbo charge your meditation and experience all the benefits in a fraction of the time it would take with traditional methods. This super-easy technology gets my highest recommendation.
Once you’ve taken the plunge and googled enough times ‘how to meditate’, prepare yourself for a world full of many more magical moments and a new super strength, also known as CALM!