"How To Create A Calm Stress Free Mind In Just Minutes"
Without Tapes, CDs or Spending an Hour Each Day
B.Sc, B.App.Sc(Chiropractic), Cert.Hom
Did you know there is a difference between mental relaxation and meditation? Most people get confused as the term meditation is used a lot with numerous modalities dealing with the mind.
Mental relaxation is like taking a holiday in your mind. You picture a lovely beach scene with Palm trees and a blue ocean, or a babbling stream, a forest or some other relaxing picture.
These will help you escape from your daily hectic life, a time where you can close your eyes and suddenly become a million miles away from all your current problems and stresses ... it is just escapism.
Now I'm not saying this is bad or that you shouldn't do this, in fact it is a good way of literally taking a break from your life when you need to most. Mental relaxation will not change how you deal with stress.
What is Meditation?
Meditation is different to mental relaxation in that its' purpose is to stop your thoughts. Once you have mastered the ability to have no thoughts present in your mind at will, then you are able to use your mind.
Intuition, creativity, energy and enthusiasm come from that quiet mind. You will have seen many meditation techniques talk about asking questions and waiting for answers. That meditation allows you to access the ability to solve problems, reduce stress and so much more.
But unless you have a quiet mind these are impossible. Meditation is trying to make your mind as calm as a mill pond, water that is crystal clear and no sign of a ripple anywhere.
When your mind is like this, asking a question or looking for answers is like watching a small ripple form when you drop a pebble in the pond.
If your mind is like the Pacific Ocean, then you could drop the Empire State building in it and not see any ripples at all.
Meditation is not placing scenes in your mind, it is emptying it, so you can access all the benefits meditation has to offer - being less stressed, sleeping better, have more energy, better health, less aches and pains and you live longer ... and happier.
The Goal Is A Quiet MindA quiet mind is developed through practice, stress is automatic.
Not all stress is bad. Stress is actually an important and necessary part of life. It will prepare your body and mind for situations that need strength and action. Small amounts of stress will even improve your concentration and job performance.
It is when stress continues and increases throughout your day that it causes the ill effects.
Chronic stress suppresses your immune system, so you are more likely to suffer from flu's and colds, it causes rapid ageing, makes the body retain excess fat, dulls thinking, increases pain and generally reduces your quality of life.
This is why it is said that "stress is the number one killer in today's world".
If you can cultivate a quiet mind, you will find your muscles will relax, breathing becomes slow, deep and regular, health improves, you can slow the effects of time ... and will live longer.
Does All Meditation Create A Quiet Mind?
There in lies the difference between meditation and mental relaxation.
Mental relaxation is putting scenes of peace, happiness or enjoyment in your mind. That way you are able to forget the stresses around you and feel relaxed. (We'll teach you a simple way to do this too, but calming the mind is the key.)
Meditation is the process of not thinking ... having not a single thought in your mind. This will create mental relaxation and a quiet mind and will give you the many benefits meditation has to offer.
Most meditation techniques are just mental relaxation, whether you are listening to a CD, picturing a beach scene, saying a mantra, or counting your breathing. This is creating more activity in your mind, not less.
Sure some of these processes can be used to start the process towards creating a calm mind, but they are not the only step. These types of techniques will give you benefits but they also are more likely to cause more thoughts in you mind.
You can see how close you are to having a quiet mind now... If you instruct your mind to become quiet it should, and remain quiet for a minute or two easily. Tell yourself now to stop thinking, just say ... "for the next 2 minutes I will think of nothing at all."
See how you go. Do you suddenly find that your mind races, that you have endless thoughts, questions or a state of busyness in your mind. If so then your mind is not clear and calm, no wonder when ...
The world around you is fast paced, hectic, filled with deadlines and you also have family life which is just as busy. This causes your mind to be active all the time. When you sleep your mind is active also, it never gets a rest.
The ability to have a quiet mind without practice is almost impossible with all the events around you.
This is why stress affects you, unless your mind can have some peace and quiet, it will work constantly. This takes huge amounts of energy and hence your body tires, slows and ages quicker.
Why Do So Many Meditation Techniques Fail?
You may be like the millions of others that at some time have decided to learn to meditate. You took a class, or bought some CD or course over the internet. Yet you struggled with the technique...
Meditation is no different to learning to run...
The first step for a child is learning to crawl ... then walk ... and then finally run.
Meditation is the same, you first must take those initial steps to train your mind to relax, become calm and quiet. Most meditation techniques ask you to perform advanced techniques before you have mastered the basics.
Sure there are many CD's that will put you in a state of meditation and you will gain the benefits of meditation. But if you are like me, I don't always have 30 minutes to strap on some headphones, or you are at work and stresses are piling up ... who can tell the boss they are going to pop out for 30 minutes and listen to a CD?
And if you've tried the numerous other techniques that tell you that 30 minutes twice a day is a minimum time you must spend to develop your meditative skills ... good luck. You need to quit your job just to spend that time they say to dedicate to meditating.
Most meditation techniques fail on many levels ... they take too much time - are too complicated and advanced to perform easily - you need to sit down and listen for 30 minutes - or they are just the mental relaxation approach.
They all fail as they are not easy to use when you need it most. You also want to train your mind to repel stress quickly, a set of tools to use at work, home on the sports field or anywhere you need.
What Is The Best Way To Meditate?
Actually there is no "best" way, everyone is different in what they enjoy or find benefit with. But there is a best way to start...
To achieve a quiet mind you need to follow a simple step-by-step process. It is no different to training for a marathon. If you were told to go and run 26 miles today you wouldn't survive. You definitely couldn't do it every day ... for years.
You need to use a system that allows you to meditate anywhere, anytime and any place ... in just a few minutes. Once you have mastered this process, the advanced techniques are easy and you won't need hours each day to develop these skills.
To get to this level, you need to follow a series of simple steps that train your mind to relax, calm and become quiet...
The Secret To Meditating Like A Monk
In order to meditate, to calm and quiet your mind you have to start at the beginning, and that's with removing some of the stresses that surround you. You must change your surroundings so that you have less stress, otherwise it is too difficult to calm your mind.
While this may sound complicated, or that you'll need a radical change in your lifestyle, in fact it is very easy to do. There is no need for major change, in fact the less you do the better.
So how do you calm and quiet your mind?
Use This Simple 4 Step Formula To Calm Your Mind
Remove Your Stress
The first thing you do is eliminate some of the bigger stresses around you. You can do this by performing two simple tasks that literally will turn off most of the stress that surrounds you.
Over the years of helping people relieve stress, we have found there are three simple processes you can do today that will drop stress from your body and mind almost overnight.
Once you've achieved success, the next step is every simpler.
Calm Your Mind
Calming your mind is easy if you follow a plan. Like we said, you need to crawl before you run ... the same with calming your mind. In this step you will learn a 3 step process that trains your mind to slow its' thoughts, to become calm and quiet.
In just a few minutes you can feel your mind being more peaceful, calm and yet your energy levels are getting better and better.
Once you mind is calm and quiet, you can then perform the advanced techniques in the next steps...
Reprogram Your Mind
For some you have had major stresses in your life, for others it is just the daily grind of working endless hours under stress. Either way there are two simple techniques that can literally reprogram your mind.
These are seldom taught, yet have been used for centuries to help stop your mind succumbing to stress. This is where your mind really accelerates.
When you can reprogram your mind for success, to repel stress and to set and achieve goals, the sky is the limit. Once you can do this then the last step is put into place...
Remove the Underlying Cause
Yes there is an underlying cause as to why stress affects you. With some simple Acupressure techniques you can rebalance your body and mind so it becomes healthier - physically and mentally.
This ancient technique is one of the older forms of Acupressure, which is seldom seen. As you can feel the Acupressure points working, you are able to see changes occur and make sure you stay in balance.
Why Have I Not Seen This Process Before?
Most meditation techniques try to make you run before you can walk. They ask you to jump straight in with complex visualization techniques, or mantras, yet you find your mind is already packed with thoughts.
Adding in others is just going to cause an overload. In fact recent studies showed that 54% of those learning to meditate felt anxiety levels rise ... not reduce. The reason being the techniques were too complex, too involved, too hard and ... too stressful to learn.
The reason our simple system is seldom seen, is that most people who teach meditation have been using it for years and find it every easy. But they forget they weren't an expert when they started.
They too struggled for many weeks, months or even years until they mastered the art of meditation. So they teach advanced techniques that they find easy to do now ... but you find almost impossible.
The brain entrainment methods of listening to tapes and CD's were born as a result of this common problem. Technology has allowed us to find ways to force your mind into a meditative state.
Now while these are fantastic and you will get the benefits of meditating from using these, you still are bound by time and a set of headphones.
Unless you can train your mind to relax and become calm and quiet, you are left relying on techniques that are not transportable.
The Calm Mind was developed from these frustrations. I've had many clients ask me for simple ways to meditate, to drop stress levels and become more focused and creative at work.
Are You Tired Of The Time Consuming, Boring Meditation Techniques? Do You Want A Simple and Effective Way To Calm and Quiet Your Mind?
Well it is simple and we're going to help you achieve success at meditating ... we've created a simple to follow program that takes only a few minutes to perform, that anyone can use. It.s called the Calm Mind...
This program has been used by thousands all over the world, and remains the easiest way to meditate and calm your mind. No matter if you're a stress junky, a complete worrier or your head is spinning with all the crazy thoughts inside.
This system is so simple to follow you will be wondering if it actually is working, until you realize that your mind is as calm as a mill pond. Not a single thought has occurred, you feel calm and relaxed, yet energized at the same time.
This is why the Calm Mind achieves, where many other products fail. Best of all you can perform these techniques at work when you need it most ... in just a few seconds.
The system is safe, easy to use and understand, it gets results because it takes you through the steps from the start, making sure you master each step in just a few days or so.
Each step is simply performed, there is no long winded theory into behind why it works ... it just does. So you get techniques from the word go.
Here Are The Exact Tools You Will Use To Relieve Stress and Calm Your Mind
Component #1: The Calm Mind Manual
Inside the manual you are taken step by step through the process of calming your mind. Each step is mastered easily with time ... for most just a few days.
Step One - you will learn 3 simple ways to stop the stress around you. These are still the simplest yet most powerful techniques you can ever use to beat stress. We'll walk you through exactly what you need to perform to master this step.
Step Two - another 3 step technique that trains your mind to become calm and quiet. This is the nuts and bolts of meditating effectively... this is the Calm Mind at work.
Each step is easy to follow, and takes you through the easy process of training your mind to become quiet. All you need is a few minutes each day ... at home or work to perform these.
Then once you calm your mind it becomes very easy to use ...
Step Three - this step teaches you two techniques you can use to literally reprogram your mind. Both of these techniques are easily performed and allow you to change how you deal with stress ... past, present or future stresses.
These have been used by the most sort after Stress Management professionals and are the best and quickest ways to gain the benefits of stress relief.
You will also learn how to use your calm mind to set goals and achieve them, to develop your intuition, creativity and so much more.
Not everyone needs these techniques or will use them, especially once you perform ...
Step Four - Acupressure has been used for thousands of years to return your body to balance. It is also used to help with all types of stress related illnesses. You now have the ability to learn one of the most ancient forms of Acupressure...
These techniques help remove the underlying causes of stress and the remove the effects on you general health and wellbeing. You can use these techniques in the comfort of your own home in just minutes.
Removing stress, calming your mind and using these Acupressure techniques will help your health, vitality, energy levels and so much more.
Component #2 MP3 Audios
Even though we teach you how to calm your mind without external assistance, brain entrainment is still an effective technique. You can spend literally hundreds of dollars on various recording, yet all are still almost identical except for the background music.
You have alpha, theta and delta brain waves. Brain entrainment technology allows you to produce a different sound in each ear, which will force your mind into different brain wave states.
We have produced three recordings you can use to put you into that meditative state. At times it is easier to just strap on some headphones and relax, and listen to the sounds as your mind drifts into those beneficial mind states.
Component #3 Peace Of Mind Unlimited 'LIFETIME' Support
One of the reasons why people get such great results from our system is because we provide extensive, effective and unlimited personal support.
The Calm Mind
You can have instant access to the complete system, you can watch the videos online or download and view on your PC. You have full access to print off the sections you feel you need (most only need to read a few pages)
The savings from making this a downloadable product are passed onto you, which is why we can offer this at such an affordable cost to you ... to help those who need stress relief most.
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