In theory, mindfulness meditation practices are pretty simple – get comfortably seated, pay attention to your breathing, and when your attention wanders, simply bring it back to your breath. However, with all the chatter going on in our minds, it’s not that easy.
How to practice Mindfulness
It can be helpful to break down the steps, so that practicing mindfulness doesn’t seem like such a daunting task. So decide on the amount of time you’re going to “practice” for. This helps in assuring yourself that you’re not sitting for too little of a time, or that you’re taking a really long time to calm down. Choose a time limit that you’re comfortable with and that your schedule allows.
Learn how to sit with the correct posture, with your back upright, in a comfortable position, with your legs crossed or on a chair. Then just take full, deep breaths. If you’re wondering whether you’re doing it right, or you can’t stop thinking about tomorrow’s chores, stop, and use the FasterEFT tapping process to clear out any negative thoughts and emotions. This will allow you to actually stay mindful during your mindfulness practice sessions.
Although mindfulness practices have been around for centuries, science has only recently discovered the benefits of it. It’s now been proven to affect the brain and body in very specific ways, not only in the short-term, but in the long-term as well. The accumulative effects of consistent mindfulness practice have been found to be highly beneficial to physical, mental and emotional health.
For most people, meditating seems daunting – the idea of sitting still with an empty head for any significant length of time seems like a tall ask for the average person. However, starting with just two minutes, and then building on that slowly is the easiest and least intimidating way of doing it. Having said that, there is a way you can improve the effects of your mindfulness practice as well as transform your life.
For many people, one of the challenges with mindfulness is quieting the mind – especially when they’re stressed and dealing with various challenges in their work or personal life. Using the FasterEFT technique to clear the mind and emotions before beginning your practice session will help you to become more mindful more effectively; it will also help you to transform all areas of your life – a double bonus!
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Using FasterEFT to Improve the Effects of Meditation
When you sit down to do your daily mindfulness practice, before you begin, just check how you’re feeling. Sit comfortably, take a deep breath, and notice how your body feels. Notice what thoughts are coming up for you as you think about starting your practice. Whatever is bothering you right now, instead of pushing it out of your mind – or even allowing it to drift out – notice it, then use the FasterEFT process to release it and let it go.
Keep repeating the technique until the thought, feeling or memory has completely flipped. Do this until your mind is completely at peace and your body fully comfortable.
If you make this process a part of your daily routine, before you do your mindfulness practice you will be astounded at just how powerful the effects of your practice become, and at transformations you start to see in all areas of your life.
Why FasterEFT works
As we grow up, our subconscious mind interprets our experiences, and records its interpretations. In other words, if your parents had been trying to have a baby for a long time and were grateful to finally have you, your subconscious may interpret the attention you receive from your parents to mean that you are a valuable, worthy, lovable person.
On the other hand, if you remind your mother of her ex-husband who left her, and she lacks the skills to cope with her emotions, she may treat you with contempt; your subconscious may then interpret that experience to mean you are worthless and will never be good enough.
Naturally, there are infinite combinations of different experiences that create different results in different people.
The Faster EFT technique interrupts the signal between the brain and the organs by focusing on the meridian points connected to those organs; and rewrites the reference or memory associated with a particular trigger.
In other words, if the person who feels angered by loud music wanted to change that automatic response, they could use the FasterEFT technique to disrupt the production of the chemicals that cause the feeling of anger when they hear the music; and change the meaning of loud music in the subconscious from “rude” or “disruptive” (or whatever they learned it means) to fun and enjoyment. This will then result in an automatic feeling of enjoyment and fun when they hear that loud music in the future.
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