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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Frustrating Thoughts During Meditation Time




QUESTION: I try to meditate but I cannot seem to stop thoughts popping into my head and it is so frustrating! How can I clear my mind please? Can anyone tell me how to meditate properly pLease? Xx

HTRYV ANSWER: It will take PRACTICE in order to finally get to a place of stillness in your thoughts. At first don't fight them....just let them be there. The ego puts up a big fuss in the beginning because it knows if you keep meditating you will start to tap into your inner/soul wisdom that has been distorted due to ego interference....when you tap into the knowingness of your soul, you will stop listening to the egos demands. Give yourself about 30 days of continued practice. Just 10-15 minutes a day everyday. Some days the mind chatter will be more active than others, don't judge it, just accept it as part of the process that is being brought into balance. Also do slow deep breathing for 5 minutes at the beginning of the meditation and perhaps even get earphones and a potable cd player and listen to spiritual music for meditation (hemi sync or brainwave cd's are great!) or even a guided cd (Ribbon Breath Meditation) to help you get started. Good for you for even attempting meditation....many people don't even get that far....if it were easy we would all be meditating and following the inner guidance of our soul, but the ego is powerful, and will require effort to refine and bring under control. Meditation Resources Below:

Here is a chapter from my book on meditation.http://howtoraiseyourvibration.blogspot.com/2011/03/actively-meditating.html

Guided Ribbon Breath Chakra Meditation: http://www.meditationhealing.com/rbm.shtml

Hemi Sync:http://www.hemi-sync.com/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=800&cat=Best+Sellers

Brain Sync CD's: http://www.brainsync.com/

ART BY: RITA LOYD:
http://www.nurturingart.com/moment_of_peace.html

1 comment:

  1. Meditation can help you overcome pessimism and enable you to find inner peace. Benefits of meditation include the following: decreased heart rate, lower metabolic rate, and relieve stress on the heart; lowered cortisol levels as well as lactate (the 2 chemicals related to stress); reduce free radicals (unstable oxygen molecules which damage tissues); lower blood pressure; lower cholesterol levels; better air flow into your lungs which makes breathing easier; and overall inner peace.

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