You wish to know how to benefit from meditation, right? You are looking for ways you can get the full effects of meditation in your mind while you are meditating, and even when you are not, if possible, isn’t it?
Well, it is possible to get the benefits of meditation at their best when and when you are not doing the actual practice of meditation.
Whether it’s the physical, health or spiritual benefits, you are able to get them within your sessions and even outside of your meditation zone.
And I will be walking you through that in the next few minutes.
But before we get things rolling here, I would like to let you know that this is going to be a brief yet very interesting post.
So, be prepared to enjoy every minute of it.
If you get any question or need more explanation about this topic, feel free to use the comments section below to reach me. And I will be more than happy to help you out. Okay?
Perfect! Let’s get straight into things now. 🙂
The Main Benefits of Meditation (Just to Be Sure)
If you are just starting out with meditation, you will want to know exactly what you will be getting out of the daily meditation you are about to be doing.
And if you are already meditating, you will also want to be sure the benefits you have in mind are the exact ones you will truly be getting from the kind of meditation you are into.
That is why I would like to review the most common meditation benefits across all the types of meditation to help you be sure of what you are looking for and forward to.
So here are the main benefits of meditation:
The mental benefits
• Helps you gain attention and focus
• Helps you become quiet yet alert
• Heps you be peaceful and calm
• Helps you gain mental energy
• Improves your mental abilities like thinking, learning and solving problems
• Helps you master your self
• Helps you become strong against pain
• Keeps you away from common mental disorders
The body (health and physical) benefits
• Improves your immune system
• Helps you reduce high levels of stress and depression
• Reduce risks of suffering body diseases and disorders
• Helps you become happy and maybe live longer
• Helps you love people and be kind and caring
• Helps you keep an overall healthy life
• Helps you become aware of yourself
• Helps you discover inner peace
• Helps you master your emotions and self
• Helps you gain harmony of the outer with the inner
• Helps you understand the mystery of life and universe
How You Get All These Benefits
While meditation is great and a well known tool to enjoy life, it may sometimes be discouraging when you are meditating each day and not seeing any results.
It is also very sad that meditation can take up to a decade or two to get the full benefits.
But you need to know that there is a way you can enjoy these benefits without having to invest those many years of your life to really see the beauty of the practice.
Scientific research has given a better way to speed up the results and the benefits, and I will be showing you the strategy to do that in a few.
What I would like to shed light on here is the fact that, for you to get the full benefits of meditation, either as a beginner, intermediate or experienced meditator, you need to remember this extra tip.
Outside of you preparing properly and getting things ready for meditation, there is one more thing you need to do to get some valuable effect off of each session.
And that one thing is, to fully attend to each session. This means being there physically, mentally and spiritually, which can be at times hard to do.
For those who wish to see the benefits without meditating, you need to attend totally with your mind, which I will also be showing you in a minute.
How You Should Attend Totally to Each Meditation Session
Sometimes when meditating, you will feel like everything is against your doing it.
You will get a lot of external distraction and even mental chatter that will hold you back from truly giving the session your best.
And having either of these distractions is what stops you from seeing the the goodness of meditation and sometimes find yourself leaving there just as you came, with a lot of mental pressure and weight of stuff, or worse.
To be able to attend completely, you will need you to bring your thoughts together in one place and look at the object of your meditation.
That’s why you will often hear your trainers or teachers telling you to focus on your breathing or draw mental pictures or other things to collect your thoughts.
What they are basically aiming at is to get you to concentrate on your actual practice.
But this should go beyond that.
Meditation is not just about thoughts and mind.
It involves your whole being, your mind, emotions and feelings, spirit and every thing in your self.
And all these should be fully involved each time you are doing meditation.
When you make all these aspects attend and be active while you are meditating you should see great value in what you are doing.
If you are not meditating, and you are still after the benefits, you should make sure your mind is in complete concentration so as to involve your being and get you to reap the benefits as well.
This is the key thing, total mental concentration, and I will show you how to get it.
How You Involve Your Whole Being in Meditation
To refresh your memory, we said that you always have to attend completely to all your sessions and what keeps you from doing this is external distractions as well as mental noise (mental chatter, if you will).
Now to clear these two huge distractions, you will need to use meditation aids so as to do it best.
Personally, I prefer using special musical tracks called Brainwave Entrainment tracks as they are the most effective.
These are tracks not only block distractions and end the chattery nature of your brain, but they also train your mind to get into deep meditative states real quick and remain like that for long.
They also induce meditative states in your mind that make you feel like you are meditating, even when you are not)
And this way, you are able to attend completely and also have the extra benefit of getting much deeper effects that folks who have meditated for years get.
The best brainwave entrainment track for meditating is zen 12. It has the best sound quality and suitably strong brainwave entrainment effects.
I recommend it for people who want to get meditation benefits by meditating each day.
If you don’t want to meditate and still get the great benefits meditation has to offer, you should seek to improve your mental concentration which is key in meditation.
But you don’t have to meditate to get it.
You can still use brainwave entrainment tracks to gain deep mental concentration which will also improve your brain power on the long term.
And the best brainwave entrainment track I recommend for gaining concentration the proper way is Brain Evolution System. It is also called BrainEv.
It has the deepest brain training abilities and uses the best approach which I find very effective.
And that is how you get to benefit from meditation when you are meditating, and even when you are not.
Again, if you have any questions you may need help with, please drop them in the comments area below and I will be on them soon as I get them. 🙂