An Extraordinary Garden (The Mind)

Posted in Balanced Mind and Soul | September 20, 2015 |

The mind is like a garden. If you nurture it and cultivate like a rich, fertile garden, it will grow and blossom into something extraordinary. But if you don’t care for it and neglect it, you will never experience inner peace and harmony.

As with any garden, you must remove the weeds of stress and anxiety from it and stand guard at the entrance of your garden to only let the best information enter.

Then you will experience inner peace, harmony and life balance.

In this page, I share three tips you can use to experience deep meditation.

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“Nadis” or Subtle Channels of Energy and Your Chakras

Posted in Chakras | September 19, 2015 |

A tremendous amount of energy flows through your body in subtle channels called “Nadis”, which means “riverbed” in Sanskrit. A chakra is the location where 2 or more of these channels cross.

There is an optimum speed for the chakras to be spinning at. If your chakra is spinning too fast or too slow, then your entire energy system might suffer.

Your energy system is like traffic in a big city. If one part fails, it doesn’t affect the whole city entirely, but it becomes difficult to get from one place to another.

Similarly, if one of your chakras fails and spins either too fast or too slow, you may appear fine, but various areas of your life will suffer as a result.

How do you know which of your chakras are weak or blocked?

It’s simple. Watch this presentation and you will learn exactly which of your chakras are weak or blocked and how to balance them.

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About Biofeedback Meditation

Posted in Meditation | September 19, 2015 |

Today I want to share with you one of my favorite meditation techniques that is not only easy, but can have a dramatic effect on how your body reacts to the environment.

It’s called biofeedback meditation. It’s the process of becoming aware of various physiological functions so you can influence or alter them.

A common example is becoming aware of stress and its effect on your body. With biofeedback meditation, you can control and reduce the harmful effects of stress. It’s even possible to feel calm when in stressful situations.

When I lived England, I saw how some meditators tried to control their heart rate with biofeedback meditation. I wouldn’t try biofeedback meditation to control my heart rate, but biofeedback meditation does have some very useful applications.

If you want to try biofeedback meditation, you should be able to completely control your mind first. Alistair’s new program, Theta Harmonics, was made to help you meditate deeply and gain complete control over your mind.

Click here to check out Theta Harmonics.

Why Simplicity Helps Meditation

Posted in Minimalism | September 19, 2015 |

It’s already difficult to completely empty our minds during meditation. There are endless distractions. We have many problems to solve. We have many things to do.

What makes it even worse is having a cluttered living space – having more things than we need. My friend Mei says that every item we own occupies some space in our minds. Even if we don’t use it, it still distracts us and prevents us from reaching our objectives (such as meditating).

Nowadays people believe that owning more stuff is better. More cars. More gadgets. More. More. More.

But the opposite approach is much better. Owning less and keeping everything in its place. Having perfect order in our house reflects the state of our mind.

My friend Mei shares how to simplify your living space here.

Click here to check out Mei’s tips on how to simplify your life.

Visualization Exercise After Meditation

Posted in Visualization | September 18, 2015 |

I learned a visualization technique years ago in China. I’ve been using it for a while, and now I want to share it with you.

The secret of this technique is to do it right after you finish your meditation session. I use a meditation timer to make sure all my sessions last exactly 25 minutes.

Say you meditate 20 minutes per day. Once you finish your meditation session instead of opening your eyes and going about your day, you restart your meditation timer with a 3-minute duration.

Make these 3 minutes count. Use them to visualize everything you want to achieve during the day. If you meditate at night, visualize what you want to achieve the next day, and sleep on it.

It’s very important that you visualize what you want to accomplish, not what you want to avoid.

It’s also very important to be very specific during your visualization process. What does a successful day look like? What would you like your day to be like?

Once I started visualizing my days in advance, I noticed how my health, my relationships and my business improved greatly.

If you combine this visualization exercise with meditating in the Theta State, you will experience great results.

Click here to check out Alistair’s program called Theta Harmonics.