Monday, January 11, 2010

The Meditation Zone

Hardly a week goes by, when I don't hear someone, some expert in the field of healing the Total Person, express the vital importance of Daily Meditation. So, what is meditation, many may say? Well, the best way that I can explain it is this. To meditate, a person needs to go to a 'Quiet Place', sit in a chair with one's back upright, and feet firmly on the floor. When in that position, either in complete silence, or with some appropriate calming, quiet background music playing softly, one should close the eyes and commence breathing deeply. As you relax, you also focus on a pivotal point, like your 'Inner Eye' which is located in the middle of your forehead. So, meditation is a form of relaxation, coupled with concentration.

Dr. Paul Masters President of The University of Metaphysics and an expert in the field of meditation, coined the phrase which is the title of this article 'The meditation zone' many years ago, and he refers to it as, halfway between wakefulness and sleep. Now, when a person gets into this 'Meditation Zone' where they are both relaxed, whilst concentrating on the pure power of the actual state that they're in, one can do several things. (More)

Source: The Nassau Guardian

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