Would you like to expand your thinking, open your mind to new ideas or change something in your life that is causing some trepidation?
I’ve got the key to accomplishing these tasks. It’s not especially easy, because the commitment to setting aside the time on a regular basis can be tricky. But the process is very simple.
Probably, you’ve heard about Mindfulness. I’ve been doing this form of what I call “Quiet Time” since 1985; and I’ve perfected a very simple process that you can use. And, you have to commit to being quiet for 20 minutes a minimum of once per day…preferably twice per day.
There are three programs you can choose from. And, if you follow the techniques daily for a period of three weeks I guarantee you can reach your goal.
Initially, setting a realistic goal is important. Let’s say you would like to slow your mind down so you can rest or sleep better; reduce your heart rate; or lessen anxiety around a situation. By practicing a Mindful I technique you accomplish these things. As you become more familiar with the process and continue your commitment to your special “quiet time”. You can expand your mind, develop focus, increase physical and mental calmness and move away from thoughts and emotions that seem to control you without your awareness. Result: YOU ARE IN CHARGE.
If you’re interested click here for instructions and a free mp3 download of Biosome Vibrational Sound where I’m playing my crystal bowl with unique sounds interspersed. If you prefer to use other quieting sound, please follow your own direction and advice.
Some of the reasons for engaging in Quiet Time practice is to enhance your ability to lead yourself, improve your focus and mental acuity, and avoid following a person or ideology that may not be in your best interests.
Remember, you can set your own goals and intentions as you perfect your abilities.