Deep in the cavities of the mind is your subliminal channel that circles the subconscious, conscious and unconscious mind. In this region of the brain is the area where the psyche resides and holds hidden messages that, when explored, one can discover answers. This is where meditation comes in.
Learning helpful techniques
Using learning techniques you can extract from this area of the mind and have it assist you with discovering messages from your past that you can use to put the pieces of the puzzle together that will make you a whole person. Some of the popular techniques that can assist you with exploring the subliminal mind are meditation.
One must learn these useful techniques by practicing
Practice will push your mind and body so that it can adapt to changes that will occur during subliminal learning process. If your body and mind resists some techniques then you will need to use some strategies and perhaps other techniques to adapt to meditation.
Some people find meditation difficult. However, by learning some guided relaxation techniques, it can assist you with meditation. Practice is the key, since it will cause your mind and body to adapt to delving into deeper thoughts, or mediation.
Practices of meditation are a process of directing the mind and body to relax. Upon the point of relaxation, one can delve into a meditative state of mind. Learning meditation by practicing will make it easier to probe into subliminal exploring. When you find it difficult to meditate, practice some guided relaxation techniques first.
How the process of meditation works:
- For effective meditation to start one will need to find a quiet area.
- Remove all distractions from your setting.
- Get in a relaxing position, reclining on your back in a restful area.
- Close your eyes once you have relaxed. During the process, you want to use your visual aid tools or mental pictures and some self-talk.
- Start the mediation process by visualizing your toes.
- Use your images and awareness so that you can focus on your toes and the reactions occurring.
- Continue to move up over your entire body while focusing on each sensation your body expresses. At one point, you will tense the body. Let it go and resume relaxing. Breathe in and out while you focus and relax. Let each breath come naturally.
- Continue to regulate your chest activities as you work through the breathing steps.
- Continue to focus.
- Notice your thought patterns.
- When you notice your thought patterns getting out of control, instead of repressing the thoughts, continue to encourage relaxation by breathing naturally while keeping your eyes closed.
- Let your thoughts roam. Go into a world that you would like to visit. For instance, picture you standing on a lovely mountain top, and off to the distance you can visualize natural surroundings with pure waterfalls in the backdrop. You can go anywhere you like.
- Focus while you feel the sensations of nature flow over your body. Visualize until you feel at ease and then take a deep breathe.
Meditation is no more complicated than described above. It is that simple … and that challenging. It’s also powerful and worth it. The key is to commit to sit every day, even if it’s for five minutes.
Meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg says: “The most important moment in your meditation practice is the moment you sit down to do it. Because right then you’re saying to yourself that you believe in change, you believe in caring for yourself, and you’re making it real. You’re not just holding some value like mindfulness or compassion in the abstract, but really making it real.”