Thursday, February 22, 2007

Meditation Techniques For Your Meditation Session

Meditation for a Calmer Life

Meditation means different things to different people. Meditation is known to clear our thoughts, help calm nerves and allow you to stay focused. It is also known as a form of raising one's frequency to receive messages from higher sources of light. And for a growing number of people, meditation is about stress reduction.

Meditation is practiced by millions of people worldwide. To many it is a doorway to the non-physical, energetic and spiritual aspects of life, a state of heightened awareness. To the yogis, meditation is a systematic process of moving inward, through those levels, so as to experience the center of consciousness.

In our hectic, stress-filled lives meditation is growing in popularity. The moments of relief from thinking about stressors and the calmness created by meditation can be a great stress reducer. This is why meditation can be good for your health.

You can use meditation music to balance the challenges of every day life. Meditation music should be simple and soothing. Listening to meditation music can enhance your mood, relieve stress and help you to relax. The real work of meditation music is to attain harmony of mind, body and spirit.

The main focus of meditation techniques is to quiet the busy mind. Meditation techniques are finding new appeal among employees who have grown tired of the frazzled pressures of every day work. There are many guides and books on proper meditation techniques and investing in some of these will be very helpful to you. But the most important thing of all to remember is that meditation is not just a technique but it is a way of life.


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coppertop said...

I am curious about your opinion of the Diamond Alignment meditation technique which offers spiritual growth via a 6-minute web presentation. Thanks!

iamjerry1 said...

"Virtual Light & Sound Machine" software is starting to catch-on, as a no-cost/high-tech way to meditate. PLEASE SHARE IT WITH OTHERS, AS LONG AS YOU DO NOT ALTER IT OR CHARGE A FEE FOR IT.

I first came across it, about two years ago. It took awhile to figure out how to get the DOS program to work within a Windows environment. Since the procedure was too complicated for most of my patients, I found a software programmer, who was able to create the batch program that is now available as a fully-functional shareware download, from my website. I often use actual light & sound machines, within my office. Surprisingly, the "Virtual Light & Sound Machine" does offer a close approximation of the real deal.

The software's relaxing phenomenon is purportedly attributable to "brainwave entrainment" through "audio-visual-stimulation." This program does not rely upon "binaural beats.

For more information on light & sound machine technology, I invite you to download my FREE ebook, "Achieving Emotional Wealth," found here:

Here's a list of some good low-cost and no-cost hypnosis downloads:

Here's a link to a FREE "Mindfulness" Real Audio download, hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:

Tucows offers a download link for the VL&S Machine:

Jerry Solfanelli
Pennsylvania Psychologist

bluealpha said...

A way of life is to breath and have a wonderfully clear mind and to enjoy every moment and this is where meditation helps guide your life and bring you freedom in your own body and mind.

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HardHat said...

Soul Wisdom (in paper back) by Dr. Zhi Gang Sha what a practical guide to your spiritual journey including many different methods of meditation. Have a look on or Barnes and Noble, it is a New York times bestseller

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Anonymous said...

meditation has health benefits. Meditation is an opportunity to spend time by ourselves. Meditation can give us peace of mind, and this can be a helpful step in avoiding many stress related ailments. Meditation has also been shown to relieve the pain associated with certain illnesses.