“Meditation brings wisdom; lack of meditation leaves ignorance.
Know well what leads you forward and what holds you back,
and choose the path that leads to wisdom.” ~ Buddha
Guided Meditation is a perfected technique designed specifically to maximize the speed at which you are able to progress to high levels of consciousness using Multi-Dimensional Meditation. Most will notice all the usual benefits of a meditation program immediately such as stress relief, lower blood pressure, and clarity of mind. As you continue, you will be practicing the very best techniques for energy building, Sixth sense development, and all the other things referred to in The Halau.
The Three Chakras of Focus
Throughout the meditation, you will focus only on the following three chakras:
1. the Base (your spiritual energy “power-station” center);
2. the Heart (your emotional feeling center and the seat of infinite compassion; i.e. a sense of oneness with all … Alisone); and
3. the Mind (your intuitive knowledge and psychic vision center).
By drawing in and processing the “pranic energy” of the Universe through these particular three chakras, you nourish and condition your ENTIRE spiritual body (including the four remaining chakras), fostering an incredible amount of inner balance within a short period of time. Each of the three chakras “program” the prana being taken in at that particular point in the meditation, “coloring” in for the specific purpose of that chakra’s function within the micro-universe that is the human body.
As you begin to feel activity within the chakras during meditation, you will notice some are stronger or weaker than the others (i.e. some are noticeably more active or less active as a physical sensation). Always strive for equal balance by giving the weaker chakras more time during the meditation (what we refer to as “calibration”). We also suggest that you spend some time during the day outside of your meditation focusing on your weakest chakra. This will help to strengthen it for the next meditation.
Focusing on the Touch
The technique of “focusing on the touch” is unique because it helps enable instant “non-thought”. If you are truly focused on the feeling of the touch of your two fingers on the chakra, the Babbler cannot invade your mind. If concentration diminishes, however, the Babbler can gain strength, quickly re-capturing your focus.
Focusing on the touch is unique compared to many other styles because it gives your brain something to focus on without using typical and less effective methods, such as visuals or vocally-generated tones; both of which can lead to increased babbling in your brain because both are brain-based practices. Finally, focusing on the touch enables a very deep sensory connection that quickly facilitates the emergence of the Sixth Sense, a critical goal of the meditation.
You are teaching your brain to think in another way using sensations, feelings, and frequencies – the touch! This is what “non-thought” truly is. Thinking without words. It isn’t “not thinking”.
When you begin to have experiences those experiences won’t be narrated to you through words, it will be through all the things you are learning just by doing the meditation.
Your organic brain has been freely babbling since you were young; e.g. words in your head as you think of things or review situations, songs, internal debates, etc. So, it’s no wonder it can seem challenging when you initially attempt to silence it. This babbling can manifest as mental chatter, vivid mental imagery or constant attention given to every itch or physical discomfort. For most people who meditate, including those who have been meditating for many years, the ability to quiet this internal ‘babbler’ is difficult to master. Don’t worry, the brain is extremely adaptable. In just the first month of using the Guided Meditation, most people report a significant decrease in babbler influence! Less mind chatter means more quality time in meditation.
In successfully silencing the Babbler, you will be able to enter into a state of “non-thought” clarity. In this program, “non-thought” refers to a state of mind identifiable by thought that is not rendered in “words.” The point isn’t that you do not think as much as that you are liberated from thought structured at the level of the organic brain. Thus liberated, you are free to think from much higher and quicker levels of your spiritual, energy-based mind.
When the Babbler emerges during a meditation, here’s how you deal with it:
1. Notice it.
2. Thank the part of you that noticed it and brought it to your attention.
3. Go back to focusing on the touch.
NOTE: Be sure not to get frustrated or give the Babbler any more attention than that. This technique will rewire the brain to remove unnecessary chatter.
Are you ready for your meditation? Good, let’s do it!