1) Close Your Eyes
2) Breathe Deeply
all the air out of your lungs
When exhaling fully, you will notice that your diaphragm will
automatically begin to draw air back into your lungs
Continue to inhale fully
Hold it for a count of about 4
Release and repeat three to five cycles
Count Down Deepening Exercises
Direct Your Creative Mind
The stage is now set for you to use this calm and focused state
for whatever purpose you desire. Many other applications for
Dynamic Meditation are offered within this website. Go to Exercises
Dynamic Meditation is a powerful tool. You
will use active techniques such as visualization and mental rehearsal
to impress your brain profoundly with images at deep states of consciousness.
Professional athletes understand and apply these techniques increasing
their performance measurably and so can you!
simply act of closing your eyes reduces sensory input and reduces
your brain frequency from a beta toward an alpha rhythm
diaphragmatic (belly) breathing triggers the “relaxation response”
of the parasympathetic nervous system.
backward provides your mind with a passive target for quieting,
moving mind away from distracting thoughts.
As with all mental, emotional and spiritual practices, the law of
least effort applies. When you begin, you may find that your mind
wanders. Avoid getting upset about this as it is normal. Simply
acknowledge and make a mental note of where you mind “went”
and gently “direct” your attention back to where you
wish it to be.
The process of Dynamic Meditation is simple yet profound. It is
somewhat challenging for our rational mind to accept the fact that
we can get so many benefits from such
a simple practice.
Although simple, incorporating this practice
into your daily routine can be challenging.
yourself the gift that this practice offers and watch what happens.
on the audio player at the
top of this page and get started right now.
Benefits of Dynamic Meditation
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