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Excellent animated short video about how to meditate in a moment,the benefits and how to incorporate it into your busy life :) By Martin Boroson.

One-Moment Meditation

asked 24 Jun '12, 14:51

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edited 18 Jul '12, 06:03

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Sweet video. I like this, thank you for sharing.

(24 Jun '12, 15:11) Grace

@Satori - Thanks. Really nice animated video :) Did you sign up for the course or read the book?

(26 Jun '12, 05:11) Stingray

@Stingray-I have ordered the book The One-Moment Master: Stillness for People on the Go See if I can learn something new:)

I like the idea of these short meditations.I use the same idea with QE.Short meditations throughout the day until I become aware of Eufeeling.( minds reflection of self).keeps me in a good feeling place:)

(26 Jun '12, 05:30) Satori

@Satori - You'll have to let us know how you get on with it :) I worked my way through the Quantum Entrainment CDs you mentioned ( ). It's a nice little method for regaining your "center" in almost any situation ...reminds me quite a bit of The Release Technique (a Sedona Method spin-off):

(26 Jun '12, 05:44) Stingray

@Stingray-I will let you know how I  get on:) 

Thanks for the links.Yes I like this method a lot.Some QE practitioners have trained their awareness to be aware of Eufeeling all the time without a technique.I like the idea of this.

Frank kinslow hints at an even easier way to attain Eufeeling and manifesting with QE in his new book out next month. Eufeeling!:

(26 Jun '12, 08:31) Satori

It is much like my Two Hands Touching, but more controlled with time parameters.

(26 Jun '12, 08:50) Fairy Princess

Yes slightly different roads to the same destination.I can see now that maybe of one the ideas behind One-Moment Med is because of the 1 minute time limit you would put a greater quality of focus into the meditation cause you know youve only a minute:)

(26 Jun '12, 14:12) Satori

@Satori...I love this video. Great for short, quick meditation. I have watched it several times now and will keep it in my bag of tools. Thanks for posting the link:)

(28 Jun '12, 02:51) Xoomaville

Glad you find it useful:).Ive now enrolled in this course as I feel there is a lot to learn.

One thing I have learned already is  not to make a meditation into a goal to feel better.Yes you will feel better afterwards but Meditation is really a way of being fully Present  in "that moment"only.If you do it with the intention of feeling better your already placing your attention in the "next moment".

(28 Jun '12, 05:19) Satori

Do meditation with the intention of  being Present in that moment only.Remain unattached to the outcome and paradoxically you will have a more effective meditation:)

(28 Jun '12, 05:20) Satori

@Satori, Good useful tip:) Also let us know how you do with the entire course..thnx again

(28 Jun '12, 09:07) Xoomaville

@xoomaville-I certainly will,thanks:)

(28 Jun '12, 11:26) Satori

I somehow stumbled upon this online : , I guess it is a good summary of the book for people who don't wish to buy the book or can't get it for whatever reason..

(17 Jul '12, 10:13) kakaboo

"...or, at least, tell people you are not available for the next minute " that line in the video :)

(18 Jul '12, 05:47) Stingray

@kakaboo-thanks for the link.

(18 Jul '12, 11:53) Satori

@Stingray-a very humourous and inspiring video.;)

(18 Jul '12, 11:55) Satori

@Satori - "I have ordered the book The One-Moment Master: Stillness for People on the Go" - How did you find the book? Did it live up to your expectations? Worth getting?

(19 Sep '12, 14:57) Stingray

@Stingray- It's a great little book with lots of great insights. I highly recommend it Stingray. There is an interesting section about how doing this type of meditation changes your perception of time. I find this to be totally true. I'm finding pockets of time everywhere:). Currently on week 12 of the online course. Its really just expands more on the principles in the book. It makes sense though. ...

(19 Sep '12, 15:07) Satori

@Stingray- Time is an illusion so isnt it  only a limiting belief that we have to meditate for long periods to get benefit?  Enjoy the book :)

(19 Sep '12, 15:08) Satori

@Satori - Thanks for the recommendation. I'll take a look

(19 Sep '12, 15:54) Stingray

@Stingray- Your welcome, hope you like:)

(21 Sep '12, 05:14) Satori
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Thanks for sharing Satori. I came across the idea of short meditations over 10 years ago with the book "The Three Minute Meditator" and got tremendous benefits from it. I was never much of a spiritual person but wanted to reduce stress.

Everywhere i went i would meditate for 4 sec - 5 min. And it worked really well. However i stopped because i had some "all hell breaks loose" scenarios going that i couldn't understand back then.

As i grasped Abraham's idea of the grid and the 17 seconds theory a few days ago it came to my mind that this form of meditation could be very useful. And it really is so far.

Benefits of short meditations during the day:

  • Abraham suggest to "go general" for 17-68 sec when some uncomfortable thoughts bother you. As you do so, a new positive grid fills in and LOA begins to work in your favor automatically. But if you are too lazy to think and go general or you feel stuck in the moment you can instead just meditate for 1-2 minutes. Your grid starts to fill in itself as if you would think and go general and more and more positive thoughts come to mind as you let go of resistance. Hence you move up the emotional scale.
  • You don't have to meditate for 15 mintues a day any more. As you meditate 4 sec to 5 minutes during the day you often meditate even more than just 15 minutes altogether.
  • The difference is when you meditate for 15 minutes in the morning the benefit of it is just for the moment until the vortex spits you out again sometimes in matter of minutes (although aligning with the vortex just once still helps during the day). With short meditations you benefit all day long from your meditation practice.
  • When something is perceived as a task that you have to do, often resitance builds up. So many times people resist to meditate, although it would be very beneficial for them. But if you meditate for 4 sec - 5 minutes your resitance lessens naturally and you can establish a new powerful habit easily.

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@Releaser99- Thanks for your insights. I agree, I find great benefit in hitting the reset button throughout the day and this process is perfect for that. Getting into the Vortex in the morning to give yourself a good foundation makes resetting easier:)

(22 Dec '12, 16:21) Satori

make your mind and heart as a calm lake in truth. and observe it and stay aware in and out. you will learn from the experience. as soon as something comes in or out of the lake you will see it and can learn from it. being in that place can help you doing sen sen no sen. i would suggest doing it in a calm place with free time on your hand for a fee weeks to get better result. but you can also do it in your daily life, also the result may varry according to your level of awareness concentration and focus.


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