Meditation of Vitality

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Why Should You Meditate and How Can It Improve Your Wellbeing?

One of the primary benefits of meditation is that it can reduce stress and anxiety. Meditation allows you to slow down your thoughts and calm your mind, which can help to decrease feelings of anxiety and tension. By regularly practicing meditation, you can develop the skills to manage stress more effectively and reduce the negative impact it has on your body and mind.

Meditation has also been shown to improve focus and concentration. When we meditate, we train our minds to focus on a single object, such as our breath or a mantra. This practice can help us to develop the ability to concentrate more effectively in other areas of our lives, such as work or school. By improving our focus and concentration, we can become more productive and efficient in our daily activities.

Another benefit of meditation is that it can improve emotional regulation. By learning to observe our thoughts and emotions without judgment, we can develop greater emotional awareness and control. This can help us to respond more effectively to difficult situations and manage our emotions more effectively.

Meditation has also been shown to have physical benefits. It can help to reduce blood pressure and improve cardiovascular health. Additionally, it has been linked to a reduction in symptoms of chronic pain and inflammation.

Incorporating meditation into your daily routine can also help to improve your overall sense of wellbeing. Meditation can provide a sense of calm, peace, and tranquility, which can help to reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. It can also help to cultivate a sense of gratitude and appreciation for the present moment, which can lead to greater feelings of happiness and contentment.

How to Meditate: Guidelines

Have you ever thought of what would it be like to recover faster from your workouts, generally have more energy and be able to reduce your inflammation response? And if I told you that I can teach you how to do that? Sounds too good to be true? Frankly, it’s not fantasy, it’s actually possible, all it requires is regular practice and a bit of self-discipline.

In 2014, there was a study proving that meditation can voluntarily reduce the inflammation response. The volunteers were active practitioners who have been taught how to control their breath through deep meditation. In the following years, more and more research has been conducted to prove that it’s true and that meditation can actually relieve not just the stress itself but can also attenuate the body’s inflammatory response. Although it’s true that they have been previously trained, my technique will not require anything more than an ongoing practice by itself. You will be practising the same way as usual but with time, the sensation will get more real and the effects will become stronger. To put it simply, you will be gradually getting better at it without having to go through any other complicated training.

Before starting a meditation practice, it’s important to prepare both your mind and your physical environment. Here are some things you may need to consider:

  • Find a quiet space – Choose a place where you can sit or lie down comfortably without being disturbed. This could be a dedicated meditation room or simply a quiet corner of your home.

  • Set aside time – Decide on a specific time of day for your meditation practice and try to stick to it. Start with just a few minutes per day and gradually increase the duration as you become more comfortable.

  • Wear comfortable clothing – Choose loose-fitting, comfortable clothing that won’t restrict your breathing or movement.

  • Get into a comfortable position – Sit on a cushion or a chair with your back straight, or lie down on your back with your arms at your sides. Use pillows or blankets to support your body if needed.

  • Turn off distractions – Turn off your phone, TV, or other electronic devices that may cause distraction. You may also want to close your windows or use earplugs to block out external noise.

  • Create a peaceful atmosphere – Light candles or incense, play soft music, or use essential oils to create a peaceful atmosphere that helps you relax and focus.

  • Focus on your breath – Bring your attention to your breath and llow your breath to be slow and natural, without forcing it in any way.

  • Set an intention – Before you start meditating, set an intention for your practice. This could be anything from reducing stress to cultivating compassion or gratitude.

By preparing both your physical environment and your mindset, you can create a conducive atmosphere for your meditation practice. With regular practice, you can develop the skills to manage stress, reduce anxiety, and improve your overall sense of wellbeing.

Meditation of Vitality: Improve Your Wellbeing

The technique is quite simple but it does require some basic concentration and visualisation skills. If you are not familiar with basic meditation skills, you can get my mental conditioning e-book here.

The meditation is best performed in the evening or at night

Sit down, relax and calm your breathing and get yourself into a state of trance. Think of the indigo-blue sky above you, visualise the cosmos and the stars. Feel what is it like to be drifting in space, imagine that you are a drifting star. Direct your attention to the point approximately half an inch above your eyebrows that is your third eye chakra (Adjna). Visualise a dark-blue vortex of energy pulsing and glowing there. Noticed a difference in how are you feeling? Good, now it’s time to channel the energy.

Start opening up the vortex, imagine that it’s a blue blooming lotus flower opening up its petals. Now, focus on the starry energy and start channelling it from the sky above to your third eye chakra. It should feel like someone was pouring some kind of etheric fluid into your head and with each “drop” it fills you up with the cold indigo-blue energy that gives you chills. Contemplate this feeling and discover that its nature is in fact, very calming.

The last part is to channel the energy from your third eye chakra to the rest of your body. Focus on the energy travelling through the nadis (energy channels) and reaching your limbs, muscles, bones and finally, every single cell in your organism. Spread the feeling of calmness and cool to your whole body and imagine that your cells start uptaking this energy and using it as fuel to operate on.

This is the part where the energy penetrates your body. You should start feeling calm and cold from the inside. With each breath, the energy spreads more and more. Stay in this state for a little longer and contemplate its nature. Upon waking up from the trance, you shall realise that you feel refreshed. Cultivate this feeling and meditate daily. Each week, the sensation will get stronger and the technique will become more effective.

P.S. Read this article if you want to learn more about meditation.

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