Being healthy is not merely about your body. In order to completely improve yourself, it’s important to boost your mind, spirit and soul as well.
Develop tolerance and patience – people make mistakes, that’s a fact of life. The first step to discovering peace with society and improving yourself is simply by developing an understanding for those things around you that you can’t control or change.
Meditate – you need to make time to meditate for 15 minutes each day. If you don’t like the thought of meditating, practice taking deep breaths once a day. This could easily assist with circulation and decrease your measure of stress.
Volunteer – volunteering for a good cause is not only beneficial to your psyche, but also for others. Find something you are excited about and look towards volunteering your time or some money. There are so many charities and organizations that would actually love your help such as the SPCA, Breast Cancer Awareness and the Salvation Army.
Discover The Secret – The Secret is not something that everyone agrees with. However, a number of the messages are vital to your self-improvement. You control your own future, no one else does! For more self-improvement tips, consider exploring other spiritual self-help books which could provide relief
for your mind and spirit.
Write down your thoughts – writing not only serves to stimulates your brain’s activity, additionally it works like a great de-stressor. Start a journal so you can keep track of your thoughts whether you are feeling down or not. Invest in a well-made journal to enhance your creative juices.
Read – Find some time on the weekend to curl up on the couch with a good book. This simple pleasure is not just relaxing, it can also be stimulating by taking you to a place you might have never been before.
Think Positive – Positive thoughts lead to positive outcomes. Surround yourself with positive energy and this energetic vibe will of course be infused into your lifestyle and daily habits.
Plan ahead – there are various things in life that just happen. They can be annoying and/or frustrating but that’s just the way it is. This might include a traffic jam on your way to work or a long line at the post
office. If you are prepared for these factors, then you will be able to handle these annoying situations a lot better. Consider giving yourself an extra 20 minutes to arrive to work, just in case your run into the rush hour traffic. It’s healthier for your psyche to be sitting in your car thinking “good thing I planned ahead and left 20 minutes early” rather than stressing about being late for work or an appointment.
Do something for others – selfishness and self-improvement never mix. Taking others into consideration will benefit yourself and you can share your knowledge & wealth others. Boosting your sense of self while helping someone else. The small things can really make a significant difference in how you see your self worth, and lifting other peoples moods.
Stimulate your brain – grab a crossword puzzle or enjoy the Sudoku in your morning newspaper. These fun little games are quick to do while keeping your mind sharp.
Find daily alone time – between work, the kids, your spouse and your friends, it may seem like you don’t get a single moment to yourself. Find that moment, it is very important! This could be as easy as shutting the doors and taking a 20 minute bath. It is important for you to find time to decompress, reflect and relax and it really is best done without any distractions.
As you can see there are many ways to improve yourself & others at the same time. Never stop learning & improving your skills to be healthy all the way around. In this way, you could possibly encourage others to do the same.
Meditation is a group of mental training techniques .You can use meditation to improve mental health and capacities, and also to help improve the physical health. Some of these techniques are very simple, so you can learn them from a book or an article; others require guidance by a qualified meditation teacher.
WHAT IS MEDITATION
Most techniques called meditation include these components:
1. You sit or lie in a relaxed position.
2. You breathe regularly. You breathe in deep enough to get enough oxygen. When you breathe out, you relax your muscles so that your lungs are well emptied, but without straining.
3. You stop thinking about everyday problems and matters.
4. You concentrate your thoughts upon some sound, some word you repeat, some image, some abstract concept or some feeling. Your whole attention should be pointed at the object you have chosen to concentrate upon.
5. If some foreign thoughts creep in, you just stop this foreign thought, and go back to the object of meditation.
The different meditation techniques differ according to the degree of concentration, and how foreign thoughts are handled. By some techniques, the objective is to concentrate so intensely that no foreign thoughts occur at all.
In other techniques, the concentration is more relaxed so that foreign thoughts easily pop up. When these foreign thoughts are discovered, one stops these and goes back to the pure meditation in a relaxed manner. Thoughts coming up, will often be about things you have forgotten or suppressed, and allow you to rediscover hidden memory material. This rediscovery will have a psycho-therapeutic effect.
THE EFFECTS OF MEDITATION
Meditation has the following effects:
1. Meditation will give you rest and recreation.
2. You learn to relax.
3. You learn to concentrate better on problem solving.
4. Meditation often has a good effect upon the blood pressure.
5. Meditation has beneficial effects upon inner body processes, like circulation, respiration and digestion.
6. Regular meditation will have a psycho-therapeutically effect.
7. Regular meditation will facilitate the immune system.
8. Meditation is usually pleasant.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HYPNOSIS AND MEDITATION
Hypnosis may have some of the same relaxing and psycho-therapeutic effects as meditation. However, when you meditate you are in control yourself; by hypnosis you let some other person or some mechanical device control you. Also hypnosis will not have a training effect upon the ability to concentrate.
A SIMPLE FORM OF MEDITATION
Here is a simple form of meditation:
1. Sit in a good chair in a comfortable position.
2. Relax all your muscles as well as you can.
3. Stop thinking about anything, or at least try not to think about anything.
4. Breath out, relaxing all the muscles in your breathing apparatus.
5. Repeat the following in 10 – 20 minutes:
— Breath in so deep that you feel you get enough oxygen.
— Breath out, relaxing your chest and diaphragm completely.
— Every time you breathe out, think the word “one” or another simple word inside yourself. You should think the word in a prolonged manner, and so that you hear it inside you, but you should try to avoid using your mouth or voice.
6. If foreign thoughts come in, just stop these thoughts in a relaxed manner, and keep on concentrating upon the breathing and the word you repeat.
As you proceed through this meditation, you should feel steadily more relaxed in your mind and body, feel that you breathe steadily more effectively, and that the blood circulation throughout your body gets more efficient. You may also feel an increasing mental pleasure throughout the meditation.
THE EFFECTS OF MEDITATION UPON DISEASES
As any kind of training, meditation may be exaggerated so that you get tired and worn out. Therefore you should not meditate so long or so concentrated that you feel tired or mentally emptied.
Meditation may sometimes give problems for people suffering from mental diseases, epilepsy, serious heart problems or neurological diseases. On the other hand, meditation may be of help in the treatment of these and other conditions.
People suffering from such conditions should check out what effects the different kinds of meditation have on their own kind of health problems, before beginning to practice meditation, and be cautious if they choose to begin to meditate. It may be wise to learn meditation from an experienced teacher, psychologist or health worker that use meditation as a treatment module for the actual disease.
Death is a hard thing to get past. I lost my husband of only 10 years in 2009, then lost my Mother in Aug. 2011 and after moving to Arizona from California, I thought I was doing well but I wasn’t. Over time I noticed that my routine of starting my days with some EFT or Tapping, then listening to some Abraham-Hicks while I worked. Then meditating in the afternoon, I was no longer doing and I could tell and feel the difference.
I really didn’t realize how much difference it made in my day to day living and how important it is for my peace of mind and well-being. I’m determine to incorporate this back in my life as I now see how much I really need it. It helps keep me focus on what I want in my life, what sort of life I want and the sort of people I want in my life. I no longer want to just get through life, I want to truly enjoy my life! Things have happened recently in my life that feel like steps backwards, I don’t want to go backwards cause those things didn’t work.
So if you read my post and have experienced the benefits of Law Of Attraction, Tapping, The Secret, etc, please post and share with me the good things that have been brought into your life.
This excerpt is taken from Binaural Beats Healing For Everyone
If you search the Net for “binaural beats” you’ll promptly discover there’s a whole industry built upon the idea that listening to binaural beats may produce all sorts of desired effects in your brain.
It may alter your mood, help you abide by a diet or quit smoking, get you pumped up for a contest, calm you down, put you to sleep, heighten your memory, act as an aphrodisiac, heal headaches, and even balance your chakra.
Walking into any spa, massage centre, beauty centre and the likes, the first thing one would notice is the tranquil and quiet surroundings that are only “broken” by the equally intoxication tranquil sounding light music in the background.
Similar yet different to this is the binaural beats. The underlying reason for using this type of music is similar and so is the intended goal. Binaural beats are sounds that are supposed to stimulate the brain in specific ways. These sounds have been claimed to help induce relaxation, meditation, creativity and other desirable mental states.
The way the brain is affected depends on the varying frequencies of each tone. Each ear listens to these tones at different frequencies.
This may sound strange, but that is the basis of binaural beats. The right ear my listen to a tone of 300Hz while the left ear listens to the same sounds but at a different tone of 310Hz.
In order for the phenomenon to work the low frequency pulsations in the amplitude and sound localization of the sound must be presented separately, ideally using head phones.
Also the frequencies of the tones must be below 1000Hz for the beating to be noticeable. Also the difference between the two frequencies must be small, otherwise the two tone sounds would clash and come out sounding separately, and thus the binaural effects are lost.
Binaural beats have created much interest to those in the neurophysiological world where there is always an ongoing research investigating the sense of hearing. Binaural beats reportedly influence the brain in more stubble ways to reduce anxiety and provide other health benefits too.
Behind The Beats
Upon hearing these binaural beat the brain the processes these sounds through both spatial perception and stereo auditory recognition and then creating the responses and activations of the various points in the brain.
These activations then bring to the fore front of the brain, into the thought process the different feelings, sensations and perceptions in specific areas. Below are a few example of what one can expect to gain from the different binaural beat waves:
Gamma waves – should ideally be at the 40Hz level. When tuned to this the brain in then expected to be able simulate higher mental activity, which includes better perception, better problem solving features, better control of fear and consciousness.
Beta waves – range frequency should be between 13 – 39 Hz in order for the binaural beat to stimulate the desired results. These results are noted as an active, busy, or anxious thinking coupled with active concentration levels, arousal, cognition, and paranoia. Not altogether desirable but may have some purpose.
Alpha waves – are kept between 7 – 13 Hz in order to ensure optimum levels of relaxation while being in a fully conscious state, pre sleep and pre wake modes of drowsiness. REM sleep phase and also dream like states.
Theta waves – normally adjusted to 4 – 7 Hz which is ideal the deep meditative and relaxed levels need to be reached or achieved. It is ideal for NREM sleep patterns.
Delta waves – tunes to 4 Hz to create the natural inner self relaxed state to encourage deep dreamless sleep and loss of body awareness. This of course is ideal when an individual is seeking complete disconnection from the awareness state.
Look for more info about Binaural Beats and other ways of achieving and bringing calmness into your life in upcoming posts.
Even though I am relatively new to using the Law Of Attraction and all that goes with it, I am noticing a great calmness within me since I’ve started practicing it, and for that I am truly grateful for.
I know what has helped tremendously is music that I have found that includes brainwave entrainment or BWE. The music is beautiful and calming and can be stimulating at the same time. I use this music to help center me and get my thoughts and feelings on the right track to attracting those things that I want in my life.
Like most things worthwhile in life, this is a work in progress which means some days are better than others. But I like knowing I have tools at my disposal that can help me pivot my thinking towards more positive things.
I am noticing that no matter what issues come up during my days, I stay calm and don’t stress over things like I use to. I know that as long as I continue to think positively things will get better.
I most like being able to listen to these when I go to bed. For one thing, it gives my brain something to focus on which helps me to be able to relax so that I can fall asleep and gives me positive feelings while I sleep.
This is my favorite place to get BWE music, click here if you would like to receive a complementary Sound Transformation Starter Kit
Here is an audio clip from Abraham-Hicks that I really like. It Is Good To Feel Good
Have A Wonderful Day!