Neo Meditations for Beginners

Neo Meditations for Beginners

Many people also get frustrated with meditation or simply have no idea where to start. Meditation is meant to be enjoyable and relaxing. According to Father Thomas Keating, “meditation is like sitting down in the lap of G-d and being with the divine or simply that “which is quiet, transcendent and lives in the stillness of our hearts.”

While in the state of meditation our mind may need something to maintain its focus, this is where anchors come into play. They can be something as simple as breathing motions or mantras which are certain words or phrases repeated over and over. This helps still our thoughts and in this “safe place we learn to observe how the mind is working” and “we connect with something that’s eternal and more essential than our worry thoughts, our ruminations and the busyness of the mind.”

Meditation helps us relax so our body can begin to integrate. In over 1,000 published research studies, various methods of meditation have been linked to positive changes in metabolism, blood pressure, brain activation, and other bodily processes due to its stress and pain relieving properties.

Additionally according to a 2007 study by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, nearly 9.4% of U.S. adults had practiced meditation within the past 12 months. So what are you waiting for give it a try!

How do you Meditate?

Find a comfortable location a place that you love, remember this is supposed to give you joy in life. Some young adults have to meditate in their bathroom as it’s the only place they can get privacy. So where ever you may be try to make it a place you can feel comfortable to relax.

Start small, meditation is meant to be a lifestyle choice. The best time to meditate is early in the morning as the internal chatter is lowest at this time. Begin with only 5 minutes a day and slowly work up to 12 minutes. This seems to be the minimum amount needed to get the maximum benefit for the brain.

Begin by adjusting your posture. Sit in a comfortable position and don’t cheat by lying down on your bed.  If you feel a little tense in your body, simply roll your head around from side to side very gently. Now ground yourself by removing your shoes also you may want to visualize roots coming out of your feet going into mother earth. If you still feel tense simply imagine breathing relaxation into those areas. And now you are relaxed. So sit quietly, clear your mind, and allow peace to come into your own heart.

Additionally you can practice this exercise with a neo meditation cube. A neo is a torsion filed generator which generates chi energy inside the cube based on sacred geometry components and compresses it through multiple layers of metals including copper, gold, and platinum each carrying its own vibrational frequency. It is this compressed chi, prana, or life force energy that makes you feel so good while meditating. Everyone produces chi and can gain some benefits by meditating without a Neo Meditation Cube, however a Neo will assist this process much faster, easier, and pleasurable bringing you in tune with the divine frequency of the kingdom of god found within your own soul.

Vedic Meditation

Vedic Meditation involves clearing your mind of any thoughts or chatter; there may be a mantra involved. This helps bring focus on relaxation and away from inner ruminations.

If you wish to practice a Vedic meditation mantra during your session we recommend a mantra that trains your breathing motions. Begin by saying “breathing into my body, breathing out release.” And again this time inhale while you say “breathing into my body” and exhale “breathing out release.” This helps to lower the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood, which in turn lowers blood flow in parts of the brain that reduces cognitive activity, helping you to still your mind. Once relaxed you can stop repeating the mantra but if you find yourself drifting into thought patterns, just repeat it again.

There are also sacred mantras which are derived from a sacred name of the divine such as “Our Father, Abba, Dear God,” or depending on your religious background, “Om, Amen, or Shalom.” According to research by Kenneth Pargament at Bowling University, a sacred mantra seems to be more effective than a secular one for pain tolerance. So if your goal is to reduce pain go with the divine names.

Energy Healing Techniques

“In energy healing, energy is medicine, and we use our own bodies, our energy and universal energy to effect change.”

The more chi energy we project into what we want to manifest the faster it will occur. In order to increase your chi and use it to enhance your health, it is necessary to go into an expanded state of consciousness. Visualize yourself at the seashore watching the waves. Or see yourself in a pool or healing waters which remove the toxins and pain in your body. You can also try reiki symbols or visualize sacred geometry shapes such as a spinning tesseract representing the 5th dimensional variation of the merkaba.

Meditation Technology

Neological Technologies is dedicated to taking the cutting edge advanced meditation technologies to the public to help heal and improve their overall health. Our main motive is to integrate your mind, body, and spirit with the help of Neo Meditation Machines. Try our Neo Zenmaster which is the all copper version, good for general integration or our Neo Gatekey which contains platinum, gold, silver, copper, and aluminum to help enhance your psychic abilities. By using a Neo device regularly, 15 to 60 minutes a day, you can refresh your mind and body; enhancing your overall mediation experience. So don’t waste your valuable time, join us and learn how to meditate deeply!

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