Here is a meditation technique that has been life changing for me and for many others. First some benefits that can be obtained only with this one technique over the long term.
Most meditation practices are about stopping the thought process. Of course, this is an excellent way of raising your vibration and feeling better for a few hours or even a whole day. This is true and great of course.
On the downside, hours or days later you often have to handle a flood of negative emotions and thoughts that need to be integrated in other ways. Because, to be honest, regular meditation isn't solving your emotional problems in life. Strictly speaking, it is a form of avoidance behavior.
Avoidance can be a good thing in many cases, but if your emotional problem is huge and keeps coming back despite your best efforts to distract yourself, it isn't actually beneficial. It just gets bigger and bigger. And therefore experiencing your avoided emotions afterwards can be very overwhelming... especially if you don't even know what those feelings inside mean.
But with this daily meditation practice you can kill two birds with one stone. It not only gives you the benefits of regular meditation (feel much better immediately), but it also helps you in overcoming major negative issues that bothered you your whole life often in just 2-3 sessions...and they disappear for good!
So here it is and it's all free:
asked 08 Jul '13, 18:56
Thank you for this valuable question. I think this is exactly what Abraham miss out (or what we don't understand) when they talk about deliberate creation. They say that deliberate creation is about thinking better thoughts and they also say that negative emotions are our guidance.
But what we often think what those words mean is this: "Hate, combat and, if you can, kill your negative emotions. Because if you can't kill them, they will kill you through the Law Of Attraction! And you will die in pain. Muwhahahaaaaaaaaaa (evil laugh)..." :)
But what we often don't get is that negative emotions/thoughts are not our enemies. They are just valuable contrast as Abraham would say. In fact, they are like our best friends.
Ignoring and pushing away strong negative emotions is like slapping the postman who delivers your letters.
Negative emotions are just messages like letters with valuable information. If the message is very important and you ignore it, it will come back again and again and again... There is no need to hate the messenger, nor the message. Just acknowledge the message completely. Embrace it, touch it, smell it, know it.
And then know what you do want instead.
There is nothing wrong with the postman. There is nothing wrong with the message either.
Just acknowledge the message fully and know what you do want instead. Abraham would say "Know what you don't want first to know what you do want".
And don't be afraid of your negative thoughts. Be playful about them. If you want, think negative thoughts deliberately just to have fun with them. It's OK. Because have soooo much leeway.
That's why there are so many people who think negative thoughts almost all the time and they still survive very well. I had severe panic attacks for a long time and I didn't manifest many bad things as you would think.
answered 17 Jul '13, 21:47
So I am working my way through the audio tracks on the fellow's website (http://mc2method.org/) and I'm finding it very interesting and thought-provoking and it's pretty much blowing my mind. I'm wondering if anyone else who's working with this stuff can clarify something for me.
Normally, I take unpleasant physical/emotional sensations (what the meditation calls "energies") as a sign that I'm thinking thoughts that are in opposition to what I really want/what my Inner Being knows/etc, insert your metaphor here. And so when I'm feeling a knot of tension in my solar plexus, I think "Okay, what am I thinking about?" and often I'm thinking about something in a worrying way, and I can tweak the thoughts a bit and I will feel better. But not always - sometimes it feels like the feeling just has a life of its own, and then I start off on the "What am I doing wrong?!? Why do I feel this way?!?" treadmill. So this technique immediately strikes me as very, very useful to neurotic types like me, to STOP pushing against the feeling and just observe it and see what happens.
But I'm so immersed in the Abraham-type worldview, where emotions signal the vibrational content of your thoughts, that I feel some slight confusion - or maybe mild guilt! Is it really okay to stop trying to manage my feelings and just observe them? Will terrible things happen if I stop trying to micro-manage my thoughts>feelings connection?
(Even asking this question feels kind of ridiculous. Hah. Be gentle!)
answered 17 Jul '13, 16:15
Yes this is a very effective meditation technique for overcoming negative issues ... from the video i particularly retain these phrases;
"profound insight comes through awareness of your subtle body energies, your inner world is the only thing you can ever truly know and when you get to know it you're going to find that, that one connection is also your connection to everything else and to real knowledge"
"this approach has a tremendous capacity to transform on so many levels"
A "guided meditation" as described in the video and a "virtual viewing" are as alike as two peas in a pod. Virtual viewing was developed from remote viewing by Dr. Simeon Hein, both processes use guided meditation and words as tools to keep your awareness focused.
Virtual viewing can used not only for investigating personal negative issues but also for exploration of past, present and future events.
In the following video you can actively participate in a virtual viewing session, the real value of the exercise is when you learn something about yourself ... have fun :)
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