Meditation And The Law Of Attraction

 

Meditation And The Law Of Attraction

meditation and the law of attraction

Meditation and the law of attraction play a big part in helping you to manifest your dreams and desires.

The law of attraction is always working, drawing towards you that which matches the same vibrational level you’re on.

Meditation can help you raise your level of vibration, releasing negative thoughts that may be holding you back from achieving your goals. The mind is very powerful, and most of us never use it to it’s fullest potential.

meditation calms the mind, slowing down your thoughts and relaxing your body. This allows you to let go of negative thoughts that may be holding you back.

You will feel lighter and your energy will be raised to a higher level. This increase in vibration attracts positive energy towards you helping you to manifest your desires faster.

Meditation helps you to focus better, allowing you to concentrate on your goals with precision targeting, eliminating all the negative chatter that goes on in your head.

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Once you start meditating you’ll find that you can get things done in half the time it used to take, and you won’t be so inclined to procrastinate. Much of the reason we tend to put off things and hold back from starting is fear.

This may sound odd as in your heart you want to achieve your goals, but it’s your subconscious mind that’s blocking the way.

Your subconscious mind is far more powerful and is responsible for over 95% of your decision making, your actions and emotions.

It doesn’t question what’s real or not, so you can take full advantage of this by using the power of visualisation and meditation.

Many of our mental blocks stem from beliefs laid down in childhood, or from traumatic situations such as a bad relationship.

Meditation helps you let go of negative and worrying thoughts. Instead of focusing on them you observe them as if they didn’t belong to you.

You can’t stop a thought from entering your mind, but you can look at in an impartial way.

You could ask yourself what you’d say to a friend if they mentioned that thought to you. What would your advice be? Probably a lot different to what you’re telling yourself.

You will also find it easier to get creative ideas during meditation as your mind will be open and receptive

Meditating for just 20 minutes a day can make a huge impact on your energy and well being. You may even find you need less sleep. However, one of the best things about meditation is getting in touch with your inner self.

As your thoughts slow down you get that brief moment between them, allowing you to go deep within and connect with the universal source of energy. Now, instead of being guided by old belief systems you are guided by your higher self.

If you’ve never meditated before you’ll find guided meditation is the best place to start.

The benefits of guided meditation

guided meditation

The most obvious benefit is having someone guide you through the whole process. You don’t have to any work apart from follow their instruction. This will involve doing simple breathing exercises and becoming aware of your thoughts.

You can play calming music in the background to help you relax, but some people prefer to be quiet.

You may find that your memory improves as you’ve cleared out a lot of unnecesary clutter from your mind. Your brain is a bit like a computer and only has so much storage space. Research has shown that meditation can help build denser grey matter in areas of the brain that control memory and learning.

Using guided imagery to help you manifest your goals

We all think in images, but guided imagery is a form of meditation. Anyone can do this, and it can have a very powerful effect both physically and mentally.

It’s possible to lower blood pressure and even improve a headache using guided imagery.

Using guided imagery is like a form of self hypnosis. You’re putting your body in an altered state by imagining eating your favourite desert, or running a marathon. The trick is to really feel, taste, smell and hear your imagined experiences as if they were real.

Playing music that you may associate with an experience is also very powerful. Your brainwave activity changes, and other physiological changes happen as well.

guided imagery meditation

visualization

guided imagery meditation works by combining deep breathing with visualizing calm, peaceful images to put you in a state of relaxation. By focusing your mind for example on a beach scene from a happy childhood memory, your body will enter a calm and peaceful state.

You felt safe and happy on that beach, so your heart rate and blood pressure will lower in response to your thoughts

You can easily apply this to the law of attraction by visualizing a scene in your mind as if you’ve already got your desire. For example you really want that new car. Picture yourself driving it. What colour is it? What does it feel like? Imagine that new car smell. Now start the engine and put it into drive. One massively powerful tip is to go to your local dealer and take a test drive. Even if you don’t have the funds for a down payment yet, it will help focus your mind on achieving that goal.

Now start the engine and put it into drive. One massively powerful tip is to go to your local dealer and take a test drive. Even if you don’t have the funds for a down payment yet, it will help focus your mind on achieving that goal.

Then when you’re meditating you can call on that memory of the test drive. It’ll be far more real as you’ve actually experienced driving the car.

If you need to pay off debts, stop focusing on the problem and instead imagine money flowing into your account. Feel and smell the bank notes. Draw on these images during meditation.

Using binaural beats with meditation

Binaural beats can be an effective tool in reaching a meditative state. For some people, reaching a state of relaxation is difficult. The brain doesn’t always cooperate with the mental state we want to achieve, so we’re left frustrated and irritated by the entire process.

Binaural beats for meditation selects certain brainwaves to stimulate the brain and cause deeply relaxed meditation or mental alertness, depending on the mental state you desire.

Theta Binaural Beats For Deep Meditation

The way binaural beats for meditation works is through a process called the “frequency-following response” effect. Headphones are required because of the variations in tone that is heard in the left ear versus the right ear.

When the brain attempts to compensate for the different sounds being heard in each ear, the “frequency-following response” occurs and produces brainwave synchronization. It may sound complicated, but it’s really a very simple process of programming the brain to help achieve a desired state of mind.

I hope this article has helped you understand the power of meditation. When combined, meditation and the law of attraction make a truly powerful force. You will become unstoppable and easily achieve the success you deserve!

Wishing you health and happiness,

take care:)

Kathy

 

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