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There’s great debate in the meditation arena about how much time you should spend doing it. The state you’re looking for certainly is an immediate calm, but also a very regulated, stress proof brain throughout the day.
When I sit down and take it past 15 minutes, moving into 20, and even 25 +, I achieve a much deeper, much more integrative, much more protective for the rest of the day kind of state.
The Dalai Lama has been rumored to offer a lot of money to anyone in science that can help him replicate the gamma state, which is a state of high brain integration where cognitive performance is significantly powerful, in less than 4 hours (the time it takes him to get there). The longer I go in, the crazier and more powerful the state is, and the subsequent effects. The mechanism at work here is simply the more complex integration, calming, cognitive control, and deep state regeneration as a result of more time in.
About the author Ryan Ballow is a combat vet turned entrepreneur, Founder of iMobileRescue Inc, Surrogate Labs, and Cortex the Nootropic.
The New Year is getting started and many now find themselves with a little extra insulation after eating incessantly through the holiday season. With that in mind, I’ve put together 10 of my favorite exercise motivation quotes from a wide variety of athletes, authors, and philosophers to help you start 2013 on the right track. We spend so much time and energy focused on professional and financial pursuits that we tend to overlook the importance of our own physical well-being, which then causes more health-related problems and stress. So I’d like to leave you with one last thought from motivational speaker Jim Rohn that summarizes the main idea here pretty well: “Take care of your body. Personally, I know movement is necessary for longevity and health, and it is the hallmark of life, afterall dead does not move! That last almost impossible rep where you’re bearing your teeth, you’re shaking all over, you need assistance! I really haven’t done much rowing so I think that would be a better question for Marc or another trainer on the site, but you might just try mixing up your routine from time to time between endurance rowing and intervals.
One of my personal favorite quotes “I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy, I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it.” – This is so true! Weak desires bring weak results, just as a small amount of fire makes a small amount of heat. If you find yourself lacking in persistence, this weakness may be remedied by building a stronger fire under your desires. There are many different types of meditation and choosing which technique(s) you prefer is personal.
Sitting in a chair with feet flat on the floor is my preference (and what I teach) but I also tend to incorporate other techniques depending on where I am or what I’m doing. There is no right or wrong way to meditate but there IS a common thread and that thread is going within, connecting more deeply with ourselves and mastering the ability to calm the mind, and acknowledge the magic of our spirit.

There are a lot of meditation techniques which subscribe to “emptying your mind” but have you ever really tried to do that? Shifting your focus by turning your attention inward allows you to take a step back from those outer circumstances that often consume the mind while in the middle of experiencing them. Debra Taitel’s WebsiteFor more information about clairvoyant readings click the image above! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Most meditation focuses on breathing, but I find that the most powerful techniques are based on an essential principal: to meditate on what you want to become. If we use the meditation techniques from ancient Hindu or Buddhist texts, remarkable transformations of the mind are possible. To clear obstacles from your mind and life, the most powerful meditation object recommended by the ancient masters is to invite an image of an enlightened being into your meditation. It’s a great power when you are able to wish happiness for all beings, regardless of how they treat you.
The next time you sit in meditation, think about how nice it would be if everyone could find happiness.
The wisdom of change has been around for a long time, but we often often forget it when it comes to meditating.
Just as Heraclitus told ancient Greeks, “You can’t step in the same river twice,” remind yourself that you can’t sit on the same meditation cushion twice. Perhaps the best qualities of superheroes are that they never give up, no matter how hard things get.
James Connor is the author of The Superyogi Scenario, a page-turning thriller that allows readers to experience authentic wisdom that creates superheroes.
Tim Ferris, author of the 4 Hour series books, among other things, said recently in an interview that the effects of meditation are understood not necessarily immediately, but throughout the day in how your brain functions, which I agree with. Sometimes, for me, a solid meditation session allows me to undergo extremely stressful, super demanding and sometimes non stop situations throughout my day (which is mainly in building and running my iOS device repair company), without breaking down from stress, while maintaining a pretty optimal brain functionality throughout. First, the integration of the many systems of the brain, which is what happens during meditation, can be achieved faster in some than in others, which could explain a shorter induction period in meditation or shorter meditation times. I mean, the lights turn on, my calm prevails, verbal fluency kicks on full blast and cognitive speed and regulation throughout the day sticks around.
I think a lot of the elements of whether or not you have a good meditation session are extremely important here, and should be considered in formulating expectations about any meditation session.
What if meditation was less about a silent void and more about shifting your focus inward to connect with that magical, mystical part of you and you are welcoming yourself back home?
Meditating effectively has less to do with blank thoughts and more to do with the divine art of non-resistance.

You begin to unravel and let go of untruths or negative beliefs (programming)  you may have held about yourself and others.
We can open our hearts, eliminate anger and raise our consciousness, all of which have a direct effect on the process of our own evolution as human beings. Who you invite is up to you, but choose someone with qualities that you would like to emulate — a God of your own understanding. Then, wish happiness for everyone and send that wish out on rays of light from the center of your chest as a form of loving kindness. Too many people say, “I can’t sit still,” or, “I can’t meditate,” and they lose before they even begin. Start each session by saying, “I’m going to focus and still my mind, so I can become a better person to help others.” Meditate for everyone.
But he was also saying that short meditation sessions are his thing, and that time constraints make it hard to sit for a while and meditate. I’ve been able to, particularly with self directed internal programming (aka self hypnosis), get into really deep meditative and regenerative states within 5 minutes. I cannot achieve that state in less time, unless again, all the physiological elements are right and I do some self hypnosis, but generally, I need at least 15 + minutes to really integrate the brain. Meditation really is the language of spirit; the divine art of uniting our inner and outer worlds. You remind yourself you are a divine, infinite spirit and in doing so, your perspective will change. It doesn’t matter how your meditation went yesterday, or how it starts at the beginning of a session. But I can’t always do that, and the elements of sleep, food, energy, etc all effect the situation. Turn your attention within and from a neutral place, notice the thoughts that come up for you. Even when people act out or act badly, it’s because they are trying to get something they believe will make them happy. The mind is a wonderful thing and the moment you stop trying to solve or fix the thoughts in your head is the moment you can release them and fill up with the magic that is you. It’s about stepping out of your circumstances into your own personal and lovely inner sanctuary. When you realize that your mind can change in an instant, you raise your belief level for what is possible.

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