“Mastering Meditation covers a very wide range of situations for which meditation is beneficial. Basically, one script is adapted in many ways, and this works well.”
“I’ve been doing regular meditation for over 30 years, and can tell you, the benefits are enormous. And despite my previous knowledge of many forms of meditation, I learned lots from reading this book.”
Did you ever want to try meditation but didn’t know what type of meditation to use? Or maybe you didn’t know there were different types of meditations? Well, there are and Mastering Meditation explains them and offers examples of each type of meditation technique.
Do you want to relax? Or are you looking for help or guidance? Try some of the different meditations from the book, and see which of them works for you. Do you wonder what types of lives you might have lived previously, or what lives you might live in the future? Using the regression and progression meditation techniques included in the book, you find out. The book also contains some examples of past and future life memories retrieved using the techniques explained in the book.
Meditation is a practice that first appeared in Asian cultures. However, it was soon adopted by many other cultures and nations around the world. Different types of meditation have become popularized throughout history, with each type of meditation having a unique goal and purpose. Tantric meditation—meaning to stretch oneself and one’s mind—became an integral part of Taoism, Buddhism, and several forms of Sufism.
Primarily, meditation is a way to clear the mind and focus your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual energy toward a specific purpose. That purpose might be anything from improved health, to conquering your enemies.
There are cultures that incorporate a form of meditation into their various religions. Most Western religions refer to it as prayer, but the concept is similar—to still the mind so that an answer can be heard, or to still the mind and allow the body, mind, or spirit to heal itself. In fact, some cultures consider meditation a complementary form of healing, since it can help individuals produce a healing state physically, emotionally, and mentally.
Benefits of Meditation
Meditation can help you get and maintain a healthy mind, body, and spirit by creating a more positive mental outlook and improved breathing, circulation, and posture, as well as providing an overall shift in awareness and perception.
Meditation can give you a sense of calming peace and balance that benefits both your emotional well-being and your overall health. And best of all, these benefits don’t end when your meditation session ends. Meditation can help you maintain your calm throughout your day.
Some of the emotional benefits of meditation can include:
- A new perspective on a troublesome issue or situation
- The release of bad habits
- Heightened sense of self
- Increased awareness of others
- Improved emotional balance
Meditation might also be useful if you have a medical condition, especially one that may be worsened by stress. Scientific experiments have shown various advantages attainable during meditation including:
- Improved metabolism
- Increased immunity
- Improved circulation and lower blood pressure
- Stress reduction
- Increased mental acuity and memory function
- Heightened creativity
- Improved motor skills
Mastering Meditation contains meditations for recalling past and future life memories.
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