One of the best things that I have done in my life is to maintain the habit of meditating every day, for a few years now. I can tell you it has been the best thing I have ever done for myself for many reasons. Most people know that it gives you a sense of peace and clarity that lasts throughout the day, but it has also lowered my blood pressure and my heart rate!
I have managed to get off many medications, because of the change in my cardiovascular health. I also have a chronic pain condition and meditation has helped with that too. I’ve always been prone to depression and I am thrilled to report that I haven’t been affected by depression or anxiety nearly as much since I’ve been regularly meditating. Meditation also helps to strengthen your intuition and psychic abilities. So, if you’re trying to develop or strengthen your sixth sense, meditation is a great place to start.
Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor ~ Thích Nhất Hạnh
There are many different forms of meditation, but the technique I like to use is “mindful meditation”. The goal of mindful meditation is to quiet the mind and be present for anything that comes up. It is important to be comfortable while you sit. For example, if sitting cross-legged on the floor isn’t comfortable for you, sit in a chair. Keep your eyes open in a soft downward gaze and use a focal point, such as a lit candle ,or a picture of a flower, or a spot on the wall or floor.
During meditation divide your attention between your breath, your body and your focal point. When you notice a thought, a feeling, or even a song playing in your mind, acknowledge it. Sit with it a bit and then gently return your attention to your breathing. Try to be present for whatever comes up for you. Don’t expect to have “no thoughts”, just try to allow some space between your thoughts.
If you are new to meditation, start out by sitting for 10 to 15 minutes, gradually working up to a 20 to 30 minute session. I try to meditate in the morning and evening, but once a day is fine if that’s all you have time for.
Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens ~ Carl Jung
I usually write in my journal about recurring thoughts that come up for me during my meditation. It will surprise you how often these will be your intuition trying to tell you something. You will get to know the way your higher self speaks to you in symbols. Your journal is a great place to record decode the messages you get. Also, issues that you haven’t processed completely will come up and you can journal them out to your satisfaction, coming up with an action plan if you need to.
It can take a bit of discipline to get started and to keep doing it every day, but the rewards are well worth it. It doesn’t require any special equipment or skill set and costs you nothing but a half an hour of your time, and yet it will benefit you in mind, body and spirit. I hope you will try it out for yourself and discover many blessings!
| PsychicAccess.com.Kaysie is a natural born psychic whose abilities were bumped up after a serious head injury. Her predictive dreams include accurately forecasting an earthquake in Los Angeles! While working as a bartender, she was able to gather highly detailed and personal information just by throwing a pair of dice and is currently working on a book drawing upon those experiences. From her base in Virginia, Kaysie has gathered a long list of devoted clients and is a main draw, reading Tarot at psychic fairs and private parties. If you’d like a reading with this highly accurate, ghost-busting Psychic , you can find Kaysie at |
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