Jul 13

Meditation Online

Meditation Mondays

Explore Consciousness using Hemi-Sync

Meditation On-Line with Hemi-Sync

Online Meditation Group – join us!

We meet the First Monday of the month at 5:00pm Mountain time and the Third Wednesday of the month at 11:00am Mountain time.

Hemi-Sync helps you to relax and gain access to your own inner knowing or intuition so you can lead a happier more stress free life. Using this powerful meditation tool of Binaural Beats and patented Hemi-Sync tones you can train your brain easily and permanently on a sub conscious and conscious level.

Your subconscious mind controls 95% of your brain output and it runs on auto-pilot once it has been programmed.  For example, you don’t have to concentrate too hard to walk once you have learned how… you just do it without even thinking about it but when you were learning it took a lot of practice. The same thing is true about driving a car, at first you use a lot of your conscious mind to learn these new skills and then they become automatic.

Meditation assists with Changing Thoughts

There are many other “automatic” things programmed into your subconscious mind and they get there because from birth to about age 6 or 7; everything you see and hear goes into the subconscious as a program. Whatever you had modeled for you becomes who you are; until you change it by learning how to directly access the subconscious and re-record the program. From age 7 to about 25 or 26 you take in all kinds of messages that you may or may not be aware that you have encoded on your subconscious.

If you are experiencing difficulty  in regard to relationships, work, money or happiness, you may have programs running, most of which you are totally unaware are running – except for the evidence in your life that something isn’t working… please watch this video.

As a trained PSYCH-K facilitator, I have been working with using tools to reprogram the subconscious mind in individual sessions.  Training at The Monroe Institute expanded on that to give me even more tools to use. I so enjoy sharing what I have learned, because it has helped me to make big changes in my life.  These same tools have helped many others in changing their internal environment enough to have an effect on their external environment. The new training I have received from Dr. Joe Dispenza added even more tools I can share with you to help you overcome your habitual thought programs and retrain your habits.

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Jan 11

Hemi Sync Meditation On Line

Hemi Sync Meditation – Online via Google Hangouts

We meet the First Monday of the month at 5:00pm Mountain time and the Third Wednesday of the month at 11:00am Mountain time.Meditation

Join Us- Click Here 

IMAGINE…over-coming bad habits and negative thought patterns.
IMAGINE…re-wiring your mind, raising your I.Q. and cultivating a wealthy mindset
IMAGINE…awakening your mind’s natural healing capacity

Hemi-Sync helps you to relax and gain access to your own inner knowing or intuition so you can lead a happier more stress free life. Using this powerful meditation tool of Binaural Beats and patented Hemi-Sync tones you can train your brain easily and permanently on a sub conscious and conscious level.

Your subconscious mind controls 95% of your brain output and it runs on auto-pilot once it has been programmed.  For example, you don’t have to concentrate too hard to walk once you have learned how… you just do it without even thinking about it. When you were learning to walk it sure took a lot of practice. The same thing is true about driving a car, at first you use a lot of your conscious mind to learn these new skills and then they become automatic.

Meditation assists with Changing Thoughts

There are many other “automatic” things programmed into your subconscious mind and they get there because from birth to about age 6 or 7; everything you see and hear goes into the subconscious as a program. Whatever you had modeled for you becomes who you are; until you change it by learning how to directly access the subconscious and re-record the program. From age 7 to about 25 or 26 you take in all kinds of messages that you may or may not be aware that you have encoded on your subconscious.

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The BENEFITS of a consistent meditative practice include:

  • Enrichment of your daily life by being fully present with greater clarity
  • Reducing stress responses by using creativity rather than mindless reactions
  • Reestablishing your contact to the physical body, heightening pleasurable experiences
  • Reducing self- destructive behavior patterns

We will be discussing meditation and answering questions from 5:00-5:30. From there we will do a group meditation for 30-45 minutes with a specific focus of purpose. Group meditations are more powerful than meditating alone. The synergy of unifying people of like mind enhances pineal gland activity and opens your mind to the magic of synchronicity!

Hemi-Sync meditations help people overcome the many challenges of daily life. There are hundreds of Hemi-Sync titles to choose from therefore our group will decide which program to listen to at the next meditation night at the close of the session.

I love being an Outreach Facilitator with the Monroe Institute. Attending a number of programs at TMI (The Monroe Institute) has shifted me in many areas of my life. So much changed for me that I was inspired to become a facilitator and spread the word!

I look forward to sharing this journey with you!

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Nov 27

How Meditation Benefits the Brain

I recently read a very interesting article about how researchers at Yale university have shown how people who meditate on a regular basis can switch off areas of their brain which operate in the “default mode network”, which is linked to largely self-centred thinking.

The researchers suggest that by “tuning out” the “me” thoughts, meditators develop a new default mode, which is more present-centred.

Meditation can also help deal with a variety of health problems, from quitting smoking, to coping with cancer…

 


 

How Meditation Benefits The Brain

Medical News Today

Published November 23, 2011

Written by Catharine Paddock PhD
Copyright: Medical News Today

 

A new brain imaging study led by researchers at Yale University shows how people who regularly practise meditation are able to switch off areas of the brain linked to daydreaming, anxiety, schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders. The brains of experienced meditators appear to show less activity in an area known as the “default mode network”, which is linked to largely self-centred thinking. The researchers suggest through monitoring and suppressing or “tuning out” the “me” thoughts, meditators develop a new default mode, which is more present-centred.

 

A report of their findings is due to be published online this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

 

Meditation can help deal with a variety of health problems, from quitting smoking, to coping with cancer, and even preventing psoriasis, one of the researchers said in a statement. For this study, they wanted to look further into the neurological mechanisms that might be involved.

 

Lead author Judson A. Brewer, assistant professor of psychiatry at Yale, and colleagues, used fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) scans to observe the brains of both novice and experienced meditators as they practised three different forms of meditation.

 

They found that the experienced meditators, regardless of the type of meditation they practised, seemed able to switch off the default mode network, which has been linked to lapses of attention, and disorders such as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and anxiety. This part of the brain, comprising the medial prefrontal and posterior cingulate cortex, has also been linked to the accumulation of beta amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s disease

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Inner Peace

 

Inner Peace is something which has been coming up quite a bit for me lately.

 

Do you get going so fast sometimes that you do not stop to appreciate the one person who has the ultimate effect on your life? The person who appears in the mirror every morning. We all get so many messages from the media, others and even that incessant internal dialogue which runs its story line for us every day about what isn’t so great about us, or about our life that we forget about being our own best friend.

 

How often do we stop and take inventory of what we are doing right in the world? How often do we appreciate our good points? Take just a few moments and thank yourself for one good thing about you, one thing you did right today, one person who smiled because of you, one shift you made in making your world become a world you want to be part of. Take the time to thank yourself and be in gratitude for one (or more) of your good qualities. If you do this you will create a moment of Inner Peace for yourself. Then watch how things around you begin to change!
You are unique in all the world, no one else has exactly your thoughts, exactly your experiences and no one else has lived life in exactly the way you have. One step each of us can take to widen our circle of compassion is to learn to embrace who we are today. We are part of the beauty of nature. When we create a space for us to feel happier about who we are, the rest of the world can enjoy the feeling of peace we create in that one moment of appreciation.

 

 

One Human BE-ing in all the universe. In Joy!

 

“A human being is a part of the whole, called by us ‘Universe,’ a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and feelings as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely, but the striving for such achievement is in itself a part of the liberation and a foundation for inner security.”

~ Albert Einstein

 

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