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How Meditation Takes You into Frequencies and How They Heal

What happens when we meditate? The Dalai Lama has been quoted as saying that the best meditation is sleep.  So why is this? What happens in meditation is we consciously enter the same brainwave frequencies as when we go off to sleep, but the practice accelerates our healing among many other things. When we enter a different focus of awareness (those who are too linear call them altered states), and expand into that awareness we can heal and manifest easily and effortlessly. When we let go into the void, which really is the collapse of the electrical signals in our brain, we enter an expanded awareness. Infinite healing, creativity and manifestations. Hence, we get the symbol for infinity.        Which brings me to my next subject… The frequency 10Hz  which is widely regarded as a frequency (or channel if you like), for health, however, it is not the only frequency for health of course. All frequencies are imperative to human beings to live as the spectrum between 0.0001 hz and moving up through Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta and Gamma up to 30-40Hz, and even up to 100 is natural for us. See this chart of the electromagnetic spectrum here and see where human brainwaves are right at the bottom! These frequencies play like a symphony and when some frequencies are too dominant (like Beta for example), or some are missing (like Alpha or Theta or Delta) for example, human form is out of balance and gets tired and sick. For this reason, meditation restores expansion into these frequencies. “I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them... read more

Learn How To Meditate and Find the Peace Within

  I want to share with you some thoughts on why meditation can lead you to create more of what you want. Meditation is becoming more a part of people’s new lives every day, and I hope it becomes part of your new life. Meditation can raise the life of every individual to its full dignity in which perfect health, happiness and success are the natural features of daily life. If you’re working like a hamster on a wheel, trying to keep up with life’s demands, you become reactive rather than proactive. Your working life, coupled with media vying for your constant attention is exhausting. So your mind gets no natural peace nor rest! You know how it goes: Your mind and body become tired. You get irritable. The mind becomes fuzzy, and you become dispirited. You turn on the TV or surf the Internet, and yet all you get is more “pay attention to this” everywhere. Taking time out by meditating regularly de-clutters the mind and brings to your mind, silence, stillness and peace. It replenishes you. A moment of silence brings clarity and it is the birthplace of energy and new ideas; it is the ignition point for inspiration. This is where your enthusiasm for creativity, growth and renewal and come from. But what happens when everything goes pear-shaped? The answer is to meditate with the intention to clear all obstacles blocking your path! Obstacles must move and they will move! Of course, taking a meditation course is always a good start as with learning anything new. People care so much about their physical health and physical... read more

How To Go From Anger To Happiness In 3 Seconds

Mastering your energetic state is the greatest skill you can teach yourself, both for happiness and success in life. It’s easier said than done because it requires a great deal of self-honesty, will power, and self-awareness, but it’s the most rewarding skillset you could teach yourself. When we are stuck in a state of depression, anger, or frustration (or any other low vibration), there are basically two main ways in which we can approach that state. We can approach it from an angle where we are looking for a solution to the source of the problem and reflect to see how we can prevent this experience from happening again. And we can also look at it from a much different angle that is directed at how to deal with the emotions within the first few seconds of them arising within the present moment. In other words, we have long-term and short-term ways of dealing with our low vibration, both of which are necessary for learning the most we can from the experiences and keeping our sanity as we do so. In this article, we are going to look at three simple short-term solutions that can completely transform your vibration in a matter of seconds. And let me be clear, the goal should never be to ESCAPE from a low vibration. We should allow ourselves to at first feel it, recognize it, and see what it is showing us. But at the same time, living there and dwelling there usually isn’t conducive to a solution long-term and can be totally toxic. It can also become a habit and an... read more

Questions About Meditation You Were Too Embarrassed To Ask

… Explained By Deepak Chopra For everyone who’s thought about meditation but never actually gotten around to trying it.           What is meditation? Deepak Chopra: Meditation is the progressive quieting of our mind, until we reach the source of thought, which in wisdom traditions are the realm of our soul and spirit. In this domain of awareness there is infinite creativity, synchronicity, the power of intention, and freedom from limitations. How does it differ from, say, yoga or just resting with your eyes shut? DC: Most Westerner’s conception of yoga is physical postures or asanas, which is only one of the traditional eight aspects of yoga. Yoga means union of the individual mind with universal mind, so meditation is considered the essence of yoga. The transformation of the mind and body during meditation is significantly more profound than simply resting with your eyes closed. Below is a brief sketch of the eight limbs of yoga: 1. Integrity: These are behaviors and attitudes that enhance our spiritual evolution and connection to life, truthfulness, nonviolence, self-sufficiency, gratitude, equanimity, etc. 2. Observances and self-discipline: These are behaviors that encourage spiritual habits like contentment, perseverance, surrender, self-inquiry, etc. 3. Physical postures (asana): This is the common interpretation of yoga and what is taught in yoga studios and by most yoga teachers. It is mind-body integration. 4. Breathing techniques (pranayama): There are over 100 breathing techniques that create different effects on our body such as energizing, cooling, calming, effecting the cardiovascular system and brain waves, etc. 5. Withdrawal of the senses and looking within the body (pratyahara): These also include various... read more

What is The Purpose of Meditation?

Note: Dharma: There is no single word translation for dharma in western languages. In Hinduism, dharma signifies behaviours that are considered to be in accord with the Vedic religion, rta, the order that makes life and universe possible, and includes duties, rights, laws, conduct, virtues and ‘‘right way of living’’. In Buddhism dharma means “cosmic law and order“, but is also applied to the teachings of the Buddha.   I would like to say a few words in introduction about the practice of meditation. Many people throughout the world, in the West as well as the East, are very interested in meditating. They are attracted to this practice and express great interest in it. Yet, of all the many people who engage in meditation, only a few really understand its purpose. Each of us here possesses a physical body made up of bones, flesh, blood and such things. At present we are not able to exert complete control over this body and as a result we always experience problems. There might be a rich man whose wealth is equal to that of the entire world yet despite his enormous fortune, if his mind is tied up in an uncontrolled body, he will live in continual suffering. Rich or poor, none of us escape this problem. Try as we may, we never seem to find an end to our difficulties. If we solve one, another immediately takes its place. The conflicts and suffering involved in maintaining our physical body are the same no matter where we may be. If we have the wisdom to penetrate deeply into the heart of... read more

Why Silence Is So Good For Your Brain

In a loud and distracting world, finding pockets of stillness can benefit your brain and body. Here are four science-backed reasons why.   We live in a loud and distracting world, where silence is increasingly difficult to come by — and that may be negatively affecting our health. In fact, a 2011 World Health Organization report called noise pollution a “modern plague,” concluding that “there is overwhelming evidence that exposure to environmental noise has adverse effects on the health of the population.” We’re constantly filling our ears with music, TV and radio news, podcasts and, of course, the multitude of sounds that we create nonstop in our own heads. Think about it: How many moments each day do you spend in total silence? The answer is probably very few. As our internal and external environments become louder and louder, more people are beginning to seek out silence, whether through a practice of sitting quietly for 10 minutes every morning or heading off to a 10-day silent retreat. Inspired to go find some peace and quiet? Here are four science-backed ways that silence is good for your brain — and how making time for it can make you feel less stressed, more focused and more creative. 1. Silence relieves stress and tension.  Florence Nightingale, the 19th century British nurse and social activist, once wrote that “Unnecessary noise is the most cruel absence of care that can be inflicted on sick or well.” Nightingale argued that needless sounds could cause distress, sleep loss and alarm for recovering patients. It turns out that noise pollution has been found to lead to high blood pressure and... read more

Meditation: What Can and Can’t Be Taught

By most standards, I’m a fairly experienced meditator. I meditate daily, and have for years. I’ve spent months at a time immersed in silent practice. I study it, teach it, and write about it. I can still wonder if I’m doing it wrong. Meditation is deeply personal. Except with the broadest brushstrokes, this intricate journey into one’s most intimate inner experience can not be translated or taught. Teachers may of course share their intuition and expertise, but it is not possible to get inside another person and co-pilot the constantly changing labyrinth of mind and heart that makes up our moment-by-moment awareness. Nobody else can steer for us a micro-course through the unending deluge of mental and physical stimuli that besets us all. The absolute inwardness of the practice leaves each practitioner to navigate the specifics on his or her own. Nor is meditation a one-size-fits-all undertaking. Buddhism alone offers many approaches. Even within the narrower domain of vipassana – the practice that has been my framework for almost two decades – there are dozens of ways. Many road maps detail the general terrain, but a map is never the actual territory. We are each by necessity our own scout, sherpa, and surveyor in exploring the terra incognita of our deepest nature. Then, as one develops some skill and experience with the journey – it gets harder (at least in some respects). The challenges grow more subtle. The fractal-like complexity of the mind seems never-ending. As we encounter deeper stillness we meet yet another koan: the quieting mind can paradoxically seem busier than usual, as we come to see... read more

International Meditation Sponsorship

                    Donate via Paypal or …   This campaign was created in due to a large number of people within the Community asking how they can make a contribution to support the meditation classes for those in need and who can afford it least. The fact that you’re here is because you’re about to help some people who are about to change their lives for the better.   Trish,  is dedicated to extending help where it’s needed immediately. See our press releases today. Here and here.                 Why do we need your help? We are experiencing a growing demand to expand our meditation classes worldwide due to online skype classes but urgently require financial assistance to spread our teachings and most importantly, to help those in need and to those who can least afford it. This work is simple, powerful, and proven to be effective.  If you would like to help sponsor meditation locally or for our international skype meditation, now is the time to please contribute to our cause. The many meditation techniques and mindfulness that Trish teaches comes from a large array of teachings and experience of over 18 years. It’s very important in these challenging times for individuals to empower themselves in becoming the positive change that we so desperately need for our future generations to thrive. Please help us to achieve our goal so that we can continue to make a difference within our world. All donations will be greatly appreciated – we thank you for your contribution and for taking the time to view our campaign.  ... read more

I Am Energy. I Am Infinite. I Am Abundance.

  I Am Energy. I Am Infinite. I Am Money. Most people think they know me. They don’t. I am not what most people think I am. I am not the paper in your wallet, or the coins that jingle in your purse. I am not quietly sitting in your bank account, hoping to be used one day. You cannot see me, feel me or touch me. I am an idea. I am energy. I’m neither good nor evil. I am only what you decide that I am, and I fulfill the role that you create for me. I don’t care how smart you are, where you live, what you do, or where you come from. All I care about is your energy. Your energy decides what thoughts you have, and therefore your thoughts will determine the relationship you have with me. I have very simple needs, and simple rules. I am infinite. I have no limits, except for those you place on me with your mind. There is no limit to the energy in the world, and because I am simply energy, I cannot be restricted or controlled. I crave abundance. I am attracted to those who think without restrictions, who like to think big. When you believe there is enough of me to go around, I am naturally magnetized by that thinking. I despise scarcity. Because there is no limit to me, I avoid those who think from a win/lose or scarcity perspective. Those who believe I am in short supply, or difficult to receive, will find that very reality, because I choose to avoid those who... read more

Addressing the Important Letting Go Process

    While Meditation addresses and facilitates the letting go process, this article examines the process itself. The path to health and happiness is often not a path of adding to or gaining something, but of removal or letting go. This is a critical principle of healing that is rarely discussed. The media, books and even parents often encourage us to obtain more, to attain great heights, to grow and accumulate degrees, things, friends, children, money and so on.  All of this has its place.  However, its opposite – learning to let go of the past, in particular, and of all attitudes, emotions, things, friends and other “baggage” that are holding one back – is often a hidden key to happiness and healing.  It is a must to make room for more wonderful things to come.  Let us explore the secret of the very freeing process of letting go. WHAT DOES LETTING GO REALLY INVOLVE?               Leaving your comfort zone.  Learning to let go of old habits, ideas, people who are not serving your best interests, and much more is not an easy task for anyone.  The main reason is one must leave one’s comfort zone or familiar situations, habits and thinking patterns.  This is stressful, often in the extreme.  Therefore, most people simply do not do it. They make excuse after excuse as to why they should not change, rather than embrace change.  This is the main block in most people’s way when it comes to letting go of anything in one’s life. Letting go can be as simple as recycling or giving away old clothing.  It can be as... read more

Can being “In The Zone” more often turn our Good-Enough into Above-Average Work?

*NOTE TO SELF* Meditation puts you in a state of flow 😉 If you want to do more, learn more, and gain more, you might want to think like surfer. Surfing is a 1,000-year-old sport, and 20 years ago the biggest wave ever ridden was 25 feet. Today surfers push into waves 100 feet tall. Or consider snowboarding: In 1992, the biggest gap ever cleared was 40 feet; today that jump is 230 feet. What’s behind the insane progress in adventure sports? Flow, says Steven Kotler, author of The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance. “Flow is an optimal state of consciousness, when you feel and perform your best,” he says. “It’s the moment of total absorption. Time speeds up or slows down like a freeze-frame effect. Mental and physical ability go through roof, and the brain takes in more information per second, processing it more deeply.” Sometimes called “being in the zone,” flow isn’t just an experience for record-breaking athletes. “It’s ubiquitous,” says Kotler. “Anybody anywhere can apply the triggers for any task. And the amount of time someone spends in flow has a massive and powerful correlation to life satisfaction.” Kotler experienced the power of flow 17 years ago when he contracted Lyme disease and spent the better portion of three years in bed. “It was like having the worst flu crossed with paranoid schizophrenia,” he says. “I was functional about an hour a day. I couldn’t work. I was hallucinating. And I was going to kill myself because I felt like a burden.” In the middle of what Kotler calls a “dark... read more

August Newsletter

How is your meditation practice going? Have you started one yet or are you still waiting to jump into a course? Just like the expanding universe … SydneyMeditationCoach is also expanding 🙂 You can now learn up to 12 meditation techniques, including mindfulness. Courses that have been introduced recently are: Meditation Classes & Courses via Skype, Quantum Manifestation Course and additionally you can take home my highly recommended Advanced Courses: Jose Silva (alpha/theta) courses highly recommended for beginners and then you can advance to Gerald O’Donnell’s Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing Courses (theta/delta). NEWSLETTER: This is a very important newsletter. I ask that you read it to the end please. It is for your own awareness and education and … protection. Amongst many benefits, the purpose of meditation is not only to alleviate stress and increase happiness of course, but to make you autonomous; the best co-creator you can be. There are leaders, but in truth, there are no gurus. You are your own guru. You are your own explorer of your own consciousness. It can be no other way, as you are co-creator of your own universe. I see many organisations wanting to practice meditation in groups. That’s the equivalent of taking a bath in a tub full of people who haven’t washed for years. If you know about quantum entanglement, then you wouldn’t want to meditate with anyone at all! It might be ok when starting out, but meditation is a private practice. Up until fifty to sixty years ago it was fine just to to tune in – to tune out. And today, it is not... read more

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