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Imagine being able to totally relax and concentrate your mind onto one small object, and then it disappears leaving your mind so blank and relaxed, all your thoughts have gone away leaving you free and comfortable. Meditation will change your life because, you'll be relieved of any stress or negative feelings, your thoughts will be more focused, sharp and clear, making you feel happy and free.

Meditative Trance Induction

Meditation also called the way of the Noble path with correct vision. Correct thought. Correct word. Correct action. Correct existence. Zen meditation and yoga has eight steps, the seventh one, Dyane, is Meditation. It is practiced in the position of lotus, crossed legs, and the knees lower than the pelvis. Pelvis tilted ahead, lumbar area put inwards, straight back, shoulders shallow; arms and shoulders relaxed, chin inwards, unsquinted eyes; relaxed face, abdominal breathing , lengthening the exhalation from the nose without forcing, with full conscience, and soon all these process become natural and automatic.

LOTUS POSITION

Normally done by sitting on the floor, place the right foot on the left thigh and the left foot superficially on the right thigh.

THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS: In the India, the lotus flower is symbol of mental purity and of full development of conscience. As the lotus, of purity and whiteness on muddy waters, the spirit of the yogi sat in Padmasana,

As this name indicates, this position evokes the perfect balance and isolation of the flower of lotus. In the, symmetry of the physical body, increases the harmony to realize the distribution of forces.

The energy forces are balanced by the practice of respiration. In this lotus position, the conscience mind concentrates on the heart. Without influencing the breathing , we support the immobile body, without allowing the subconscious mind to digress. We do not look or search for meditation, since, the simple fact of looking for it, removes the main purpose and effect.

The mere act of sitting down in Padmasana to relax and to realize respiratory exercises, already induces the meditative state providing mental stability and lasting benefits since it is one magnificent sedative for the nervous system. The effects of the Padmasana will change, depending on the stead-fastness and practice.

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How can I use hypnosis for meditation?

Hypnosis can help in many ways. Meditation is easier if the physical body is relaxed, if the mind is free of stress, a calm tranquil relaxed mind can focus better upon one thing and eventually free the mind from all thoughts.

Meditation has been used for more than 3.000 years. For a long time it was considered to be a practice reserved to the Buddhists, to followers of philosophies like the Zen or enclosed to persons with a certain touch of snobbery. Nevertheless, the list of followers has been growing in the western countries in the last years up to reaching a number that is about 10 million in the USA.

These persons, far from being religious faithful, are professionals of all kinds overwhelmed by stress, and patients who wish for an in depth interior exploration to improve or to handle emotions.

The interest of scientists in meditation began many years ago. In the 60s and the 70 it had been demonstrated that the use of these skills provided an extraordinary concentration.

Fourteenth Dalai Lama, has put at the disposal of the western neuro scientists his brain and that of his monks. This way, the religious ones had their heads replete with electrodes and sensitive instruments of which they prepared to record and photograph what happens in the neuronal network when they practice the meditation.

In this adventure eminent investigators of numerous institutions embarked. One of the most active in the last years has been R.BILL of the University of Wisconsin, in the USA. His works earned him a Nobel Peace Prize.

His results indicate that meditation has biological effects. It produces changes in the brain associated with more positive emotions and progress in the immune function. Siko Dan author of numerous books on emotional intelligence and of 'Destructive emotions' fruit of the meetings with Dalai Lama and with the scientists, he said "the important thing is that the meditation changes the base of the emotions" and added that the results of the experiments "have important implications for humanity".

The studies neurons demonstrate an activity increase in the left frontal lobe, which is the residence of the positive emotions. At the same time diminishes the functioning of the right region. Neuro scientists have observed that the persons who use more of the left area take less time in eliminating their negative emotions and tension, for example, a discussion with the boss. This imbalance between the hemispheres also reduces fear and rage.

The investigations with the Buddhist monks with years of experience in meditation indicate that these have a significantly major activity in the left hemisphere than the persons who do not practice this skill.

BEGINNING MEDITATION

For those who practice Meditation, the purity is important. Purity implies: the demonstration across the body of the mental conduct, and speech. Calmness in the verbal aspect - to avoid arguments. In the mental aspect - to free yourself of anxiety. In the corporal aspect to avoid the use of violence

MEDITATION ATTENTION

Your subconscious mind especially using self-hypnosis should deplete the thought areas for a moment, continuing attention to posture and breathing, which makes one aware of everything that happens, without interfering. Observation disconnected from all objects, sensations, feelings, memories, fantasies, imaginations, deductions, etc.

MEDITATION SAGUNA: The meditation Sauna or object meditation is the most widely used, it consists of concentrating thought on one object, excluding any thought that distracts the attention. The object can be something physical, tangible, a point of in the body, the sun, a flower, a scenery, a mantra, etc. The motive can be also slightly subtle, like a chakra, a sensation, one philosophical thought, a khan etc. When practicing this one type of meditation you exclude any thought, except the object of concentration.

MEDITATION NIRGUNA: The meditation Negron or without an object (proper of the Zen meditation and yoga in the most advanced phase, of Zen and from the Tibetan school) it consists of separating of any object, of any thought, of any sensation and to experience total peace. The need to practice meditation arises from the search of a man to answer the big questions that appears with our deepest nature: who or what am I? of where do I come and where do I go? do I exist?, etc. to penetrate the ordinary reality, waking up, or one vision of the things that fill us and gives sense to ours existence. The meditation is a not action and debit to be practiced without a concrete target, and one does not wait for certain achievement, nor at least highest.

THE EFFECTS OF REGULAR MEDITATION: In a purely physical way, meditation has relaxing effects, fighting hypertension and stress. In the psychological aspect, it gives self-esteem, confidence, mental force, concentration and memory. But the spiritual effects are even more important.

WHAT ARE THE OBSTACLES IN MEDITATION?:

DOUBT. It is the biggest obstacle in the way of the Zen. Almost the whole world it is perfectly capable of meditating. It is not necessary to wait for wonderful results at first. Hypnosis can give help in the form of belief and faith.

THE BOREDOM of MEDITATION:

Self-hypnosis helps to keep the mind from wandering and increasing concentration.

SLEEP IN THE MEDITATION:

Many beginners they succumb to sleep because of unconscious form which collaborates with a slowing down of the mental processes during the meditation. Hypnosis can help to avoid this level of sleep.

TO HURRY IN MEDITATION:

One has to cultivate plenty of patience. To give enough time for our physical body and also for the subconscious mind especially using self-hypnosis.

ATTENTION TO BREATHING WITH HYPNOSIS

One remains now attentive to your breathing , contemplate the inhalation and exhalation limiting yourself to observing consciously the sensation of the air that enters and goes out, feeling the cool sensation and warmth in the area of the top lip to the orifices of the nose. This exercise is similar to the previous with the difference that here it stops being counted and we are very attentive to every inhalation and to every exhalation, completely alert and concentrated.