Can you imagine the stillness and quiet of being a cow in a paddock?
No lists of things to do, no difficult people to try and please, and nothing to do but eat!
Are you someone who complicates things – I am. So my meditation practices help me to keep things simple. They calm my mind, they unwind the tension that has built up, and they connect me to something greater than myself.
In meditation we visit parts of ourselves that are unknown. Do not be concerned if at times you feel uncomfortable. Stay with your focus and the discomfort will pass. Something will replace it. And it may be a sense of deep and abiding peace.
Meditation takes us on an inward journey. To peace, calm and happiness. But these are not the goal: the goal is focussing the mind and training the mind to be less reactive. However it is lovely to be able to experience deep calm at times along the way.
This monastery is 1000 years old, and is high up on a cliff face. The rooms are exceedingly narrow. But the truth is, Can you imagine meditating here in China? This monastery is 1000 years old, and is high up on a cliff face. The rooms are exceedingly narrow. But the truth is, we can meditate anywhere.
Shut your eyes and focus… Shut your eyes and focus.
This morning I returned from an interview feeling stressed. I noticed when I got home I couldn’t settle to the many tasks in front of me. So it is timely that I share with you one of the most powerful techniques that I have ever learned. It will help to relax you and will clear stress physically from the body, leaving the mind and emotions more settled as well.
It is a simple Brain Tapping technique called Tapping Out the Cortices.
balance the left and right sides of the brain
improve brain function
improve the communication between the brain and the cells of the body
clear stress from the body and mind
Dr John Veltheim an Australian chiropractor and acupuncturist designed this technique to improve brain function as part of The BodyTalk System of Healthcare. This system is now being taught in 3 European universities.
This Brain Tapping technique is used by paramedics as soon as they reach a crash site in Europe as it stops a person from going into shock.
So please do yourself a favour and try this.
We’d love to hear how you go and if you have any questions.