How Meditation Changed My Life
By: Seth from Life Naturally
Many people look down on mediation primarily because they don’t understand it fully. Meditation is not something you do occasionally, instead this is something you do all the time. In fact, I’m meditating while I write this article.
Deep breathing is another technique that goes hand in hand with mediation. As I grow older, I find myself constantly working on my breath and increasing the length and depth of my daily breathing. The benefits of this are increased focus, reduced stress, and increased clarity. In stressful situations these techniques become even more important because I’m able to pull back from the current situation and think more clearly.
One of my coaches Bob Proctor explains that your body is always in a vibrational state. The frequency and speed of your vibration is correlated with your mental state. For example, if your thinking positive and happy your going to be in a fast vibration. If your a negative person and thinking bad thoughts your vibration will slow down. This subtle change can be felt throughout the whole body, and some experts claim that others can pick up on the frequency your vibrating without even saying a word to you.
Have you ever walked into a restaurant or bar and instantly had a bad feeling? Most likely you were feeling the vibrational state of the people within that room and they were vibrating at a low and negative frequency. On the other hand, picture the times you walked into a bar and you felt a fun and exciting feeling? This was probably because you were resonating with everyone else in the bar having a great time. As I grow old, I began to rely on this “sixth sense” that allows you to connect with people on another other. In the universe we are naturally attracted to things that vibrate at a similar frequency as us. That means that if we are a negative person it is highly likely we will surround ourselves with people who are very negative also. If we are a positive person we will most likely attempt to surround ourselves with positive people. The reason for this is because humans feel comfortable with people who are vibrating at the same frequency as them and tend to gravitate towards that.
The reality of the situation is you can actually control your state once you learn to become self aware. In fact, I can feel when I begin to shift from a good mood into a bad one. This self-awareness can help you in many ways including relationships and business.
If your looking to be more successful in life it’s critical that you control your vibration as much as possible. For me, I can also change my frequency through deep breathing and yoga. Sometimes when I find myself getting angry or upset I will simply switch gears and begin thinking of things and people that make me happy. This usually only takes a couple of seconds and I can quickly alter my entire mood. Most people are totally unaware of the fact your mental state is totally under your control which I call being self-aware. Once you have this realization the world begins to open up to you. In fact, you will begin to notice when other people are not self-aware and are basically out of control.
The benefits of deep breathing and mediation are too numerous to list, but some are better health, increased energy, more mental clarity, and focus. A body that’s at ease and full of oxygen has a lower chance of developing disease than one that’s stressed and lacks oxygen. If you study the law of attraction then you know that what you think about you eventually will become, therefore you should always been thinking positive and uplift thoughts.
If your looking to increase your income you should be constantly thinking about how great it is to have so much money. In fact, it’s not enough to say you want the money, instead you must believe that you already have it. This process of believing will actually trigger your sub-conscious mind to find a way to create the wealth for you.
Over the years I have seen the results of positive thinking, deep breathing, and mediation in my life and I can tell you for a fact that I will never be the same. If you have never meditated I highly suggest your start incorporate simple deep breathing techniques slowly into your life. The best part about deep breathing is it can be done at any time even when your doing other things.
Remember, it takes a while to train your body to comfortably do deep breathing. If at first it feels uncomfortable, then it’s best to just keep practicing until you can breath deeper and deeper. Eventually, your bodies natural rhythm will change and you will begin deep breathing naturally everyday.
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