1. Liz

    I love this! It is kind of like calling up an archetype in your brain and focusing on that-and it would take training to get to the full 15 minutes of concentration. But at the end of the day, 15 minutes is not too long and achievable I feel. Do you use binaural beats as one of your aids? I find they can be really helpful to get into the zone of concentration. I am not sure if they have been scientifically validated or not, but I like to use them. I like your site! Very cool information. 🙂

    • Dave

      Hey Liz, 

      Nice to have you here.

      Gaining natural concentration that lasts for more than 15 minutes sure will take time. But then all you have to do to improve it is to use the meditation aids, there is no much effort that comes with that. 

      But as you say, if you have a positive attitude and if you know the benefits that come with it, you will be determined to get it.

      About binaural beats, I have to say that they haven’t really been confirmed to be the best for concentration, but many folks who have used them have experienced a huge boost in their concentration levels. So they are things I would highly recommend to people who want to increase their concentration.

      However, for higher concentration effects and proper brain training for it, I would recommend Brain Evolution System (as described int the post) since it uses a higher brain technology than the systems out there that use binaural beats.

      Hope this helps.

      And I am happy that you love my website. 🙂

  2. Jamillah G.

    I have been trying this experiment of concentration, usually at night. My distraction is my phone, so I force myself to put it down for 15 minutes. Hopefully one day, I will get to thirty minutes without falling asleep.
    My happy thoughts are thinking about the sounds of waves crashing at the beach. Is this okay for meditation? I am interested in finding that sense of peace. Thanks for this site!

    • Dave

      Hey Jamillah, 

      The sounds you are using to help you with peace are good and they do work, if you use the right and consistently. I would also encourage you to try out zen 12 (link to it is in the post). It is also a really great program for meditation with those sounds, in higher quality.

      About training yourself for concentration, I would like to assure you that one day, very soon, you will be doing it for more than 30 minutes, if you will keep at it and truly believe that you can because you have all it takes to do it.

      Take a screenshot of this comment because I am sure it is going to come true very soon. 🙂

      Have a fantastic day.

  3. Peter

    I am a calm person, I worry little and sleep well. That was not true when I was younger. I used to have trouble sleeping and was always worried about the future.Here’s how I learned to be calm. In college a became a born-again Christian and learned to have a quiet time, with Bible reading and prayer. My practice is daily prayer, especially prayer before I go to bed, Another thing that helped me was Bible verse memorization. 

    These verses give me confidence that God is in control. As my faith gets stronger my mind gets calmer.

    But at times, it is hard to understand what is going on and would really do with your recommendation as I try to figure things out.

    Approaching calmness using your technique also gives the confidence that your mind will be calm as you will be training it and thus gain control over it. I feel a certain push to try it out and see how it works. I will have to decide this by tomorrow and see what I settle for. Thanks for everything here.

    • Dave

      Hey Peter, 

      Nice to hear that you are able to experience peace through religion. It is great.

      I also recommend you try the system, and see what it gives if you feel the push..

      Update me when you have decided which way you want go.

      Have a good day mate. 🙂

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