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Meditation 1: Rooting
The first in Alex's series of meditations. This short, first meditation gives us the space to root, to ground, into the body and the breath in order to give the mind it's spaciousness. A meditation on the breath which settles into the still of the mind. Best to be practiced before any kind of important event, meeting or challenging situation. Regularly applied, it gradually creates an internal anchor or reference point, and is an ideal preparation for meditation as well.
Meditation 3: Sun & Moon
Eternal Body Breathing
The eternal body is a meditation on the different 'koshas' or layers of bodies which exist. This meditation takes us out of our purely physical body, the emotional/psychological body, to the eternal body, which lives beyond space and time. This is a more advanced, more spiritual practice. But with no judgements, just try to feel what you feel through this very special meditation.
I Am Meditation
Gamma / Object-less Meditation
An advanced level meditation practice to change the brainwaves to Gamma waves. Here levels of consciousness are changed to the deepest level, where profound changes can be made. This meditation is great for those who have done the Theta and Gamma meditation practices and who are regular meditators, comfortable with sitting for long periods.
Theta / Breath Meditation
Breath meditation to generate Theta brainwave activity. This breath-focused meditation technique serves to help the self-healing process in the body. Theta waves are an ideal preparation for a very deep meditaion and take us to a new level of consciousness. A wonderful practice to help internalise meditation.
Increasing Focus Through Meditation
This simple guided meditation practice induces Alpha brainwave activity. Under the influence of Alpha brainwave activity the ever busy mind begins to relax and our attention shifts into a state of open focus. Best to be practised when we need to absorb and contain huge amounts of knowledge and increase our learning abilities, memory functions, as well as facing academic challenges.