Secrets to Knowing
How to Meditate
Written by Jafree Ozwald
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#1 Relax your entire
Sit comfortably in a chair (or on the floor) and release any tension in
your body from head to toe. Imagine your body is filled with
relaxing healing energy that releases ANY tension being held inside.
Keep your spine vertical yet relaxed, as if your spine were a gently
balanced stack of golden coins. Let you hands rest comfortably
wherever they are.
still and be very quiet inside.
Do not move, yet do not try not to move. Simply be quiet, solitary
and still. It may help to pretend you are a statue that just
happens to breathe on its own. Don't do anything. Learning
how to meditate happens when all your attention is resting inside.
Pull yourself within this "vertical center" of your body (that runs from
the top of your head to the base of your spine) and allow your mind to
relax in here. Eventually it will slow down and stop the mental
chatter. When thoughts arises, just watch and release them as they
come. Notice thoughts without getting caught in them.
Whatever distractions that arise, just let them, and return to being
unfocused pure presence. Simply practice being completely empty,
quiet and free. The state of pure unbounded consciousness is your
#3 Experience your own Presence.
Just experiencing your own presence is a way to transcend the mind.
Focus on being unfocused and experiencing your own presence.
Be patient with taming your mind. Any results from meditation practice may
take from 3 days to 3 months to notice any shifts at all. If you have been
"meditating" for years and feel you're not getting any benefit from it, your
mind is still focusing and wandering. Simply let go of ALL efforting and
relax into being present to stillness.
Remember inner peace is always a choice...
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Learning how to meditate and
master your mind may take you months and perhaps even years,
especially if you're used to a busy life and mind. Be VERY patient
with yourself and your progress. Further down the road in your
life your meditation practice will have many great rewards!
You'll be more centered in
times of chaos, more able to manifest what you want physically,
and more healthy emotionally, mentally and physically! The
devotion to yourself and constant self-love will be well worth it
for years to come!
Ancient Techniques to
Help Master your Mind
1. Follow your breath. Don't try to control or change
it, simply watch it. Surrender to it. Let the
Universe breathe you.
2. Repeat one sound for 15 minutes so that it vibrates all
throughout your body. A sound like AUM or HUM or HU will
3. Look directly into your another persons eyes for 15
minutes, gaze into the center of their eyes and dissolve.
5. Do the same thing yet with your eyes in a mirror.
6. Visualize a flower of light opening in each of your 7
main chakras. Imagine a brilliant fountain of golden
light going up the spine and showering out the top of your
7. Practice holding your attention on the space between
your thoughts. stars (pure
8. Practice surrendering to what is here now. Bring
your attention to God, the Universe, Consciousness etc...)
9. At night,
focus on the space
between the stars. Let yourself FEEL what is there.
Become that empty space.
10. Focus on a brilliant golden light in your heart
shining from an eternal source all throughout the day.
11. Dive into
the silence between your heartbeats.
Learning how to meditate
essential foundation to world peace.
When you become the master of your mind,
you also master your life.
The secret to living a life
of bliss is very simple and
By quieting the mind we
can control it,
and eventually tame it completely.
Learning how to meditate enables us to hold our focus
on what we want and attract that experience into our lives.
you do to actually
Simply sit being unfocused
and experience your own presence.
The mind tends to wander
so it may need more of a structure
if it cannot stay present to being unfocused.
If this occurs, focus of the sensation of air passing
in and out of your nostrils you can
learn how to calm the mind.
There are basically two
kinds of meditation,
traditional and the non-traditional.
Traditional meditation techniques would include
repetition of an affirmation such as chanting
a mantra, or perhaps following your breath,
gazing into a candle flame etc. These are done
for the sole purpose of training the mind to remain
more in the present moment. These techniques use
a fixed experience inside or outside the body, such
as a thought or idea, to center and still the mind.
With the non-traditional approach, anything and
everything you do can become a meditation.
Walking to the bus stop, making dinner,
washing your clothes, eating, etc.
These everyday experiences become
meditative when you bring a mindfulness
and a fullness of your being into your experience.
How much consciousness and presence
can you have while you're washing the dishes?
Feeling the warm water run across your hands,
the sound of scrubbing the pot, this too is meditation.