Introduction to Meditation

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The amazing powers of meditation is no news anymore. It can be found all over the internet, magazines and social media etc. That’s why we won’t spend much time on introduction to meditation.

You might have come across a few raving about how meditation changed their lives. You might even gone as far as trying it for yourself and failing horribly at it.

You’re not alone on this. I can say I know what it feels like. I have been there and today, am going to help you learn how to meditate and do it right. May telling you that meditation is not an easy skill to acquire will help you be more comfortable.

It takes years and sometimes a lifetime to master some skills in meditation.

If you can put in the work and develop the habit of daily meditation, be it for just a few minutes – you would be surprised at yourself what you will achieve with your life.

It is said that  meditation will help improve your physical health, mental health also helps relieve stress. It improves your brain power, teaches you how to focus on the current task at hand and thereby making you more productive.

Meditation has a lot to do with successful people. Don’t get me wrong here. Am not saying all successful people meditate, but you see a lot of successful people get involved in one kind of meditation of the other, even without knowing it.

Meditation is an important skill to acquire in life in order to achieve success. If you can develop this habit, you stand a great chance of being successful in what you choose to do.

Now you have a shorter route to success that you have always desired, what’s holding you back? Ok… I understand. You want some facts.

A rising number of scientific studies have been carried out to prove the bold claim made above. It has been found out that meditation can alter brain waves and the brain chemistry in general.

Meditation is not a panacea, but there’s certainly a lot of evidence that it may do some good for those who practice it regularly. Everyone from Anderson Cooper and congressman Tim Ryan to companies like Google and Apple and Target are integrating meditation into their schedules. And its benefits seem to be felt after a relatively short amount of practice. -Forbes

Are you still the doubting Thomas? Skepticism…? I’d suggest you give meditation a try for just a few weeks and see how your life changes for good.

As good as the whole meditation thing sounds, it difficult even for those who understand the benefits to form this as a habit. It can be very frustrating, especially when you set very difficult goals for yourself.

Many people fall for this, they end up convincing themselves that they cannot control their mind and that meditation isn’t just for them.

You have been reading to this point, I want to believe you are not that person that gives up easily.

Or are you?

We’ll find out.

In this guide, I will teach you how just about anyone can get a hold of meditation skills. It’s not going to be easy, but you will get a systematic approach to achieve you desired result.

After you have developed this good hard habit, it’ll be just a matter of time before you start seeing results. You’ll continue to reap the benefits of meditation as you get better at it. Will hard work and consistency, maybe you just might find enlightenment.

(In the sacrum bone at the base of the spine, every individual has a subtle and dormant coil of spiritual energy known as the Kundalini)

The process of Enlightenment or in other words Self-Realization involves the gentle awakening of this living and conscious energy so that it pervades the individual’s subtle (i.e. spiritual) being.

Once this even occurs, the person is no longer isolated from the universe around them. They are no longer trapped in their own head. They are now a connected part of the cosmos.

The benefits of this awakening are many but not limited to realization of purpose, feeling of completeness and self knowledge that is missing from our regular daily lives. – FreeMeditation

This GUIDE will focus on the following:

  • What is meditation?
  • Different types of meditation
  • How to prepare yourself and get used to meditating
  • How to start as a beginner
  • Moving up the ladder – higher levels of meditation
  • Building the best lifestyle around meditation habits.

I hope you are all fired up like I am and ready to learn all about meditation.

Welcome to a brighter future. I hope you find the light.


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