Meditation | Seven Practices That Make You A More Attractive Man
In the first part of this article, I will go over a beginner’s guide to meditation, where I answer common questions for men who are new to meditating.
I will be covering:
- Initial steps to start meditating
- The optimal length of time a practice last should
- Breathing techniques
- How to stop your mind wondering
In this second section, I share seven meditation practices that make you a more attractive man.
Above all, for me, meditation means freedom. It means clarity of thinking and no emotional turmoil.
You will find that incorporating meditation into your daily routine will only enhance your life for the better.
These are all principles and techniques that I teach in my dating confidence courses for men.
A Beginner’s Guide To Meditation (23 Q&A’s) – Part 1
The first stages of learning any new principle can be challenging.
It is important to have a roadmap in front of you to avoid or resolve any issues you may come across on your journey.
For this reason, I have collated 23 questions that I have been asked on my meditation courses.
I will go through them one at a time to offer you a roadmap for learning the ancient and profound art of meditation.
What should I do if I keep falling asleep when meditating?
When I first started meditating around 10 years ago, I would fall asleep every single time. I would meditate on my bed; I would calm my nervous system and then I would just fall asleep.
This was great because at that time I was stressed and burned out, which are often key reasons why many of us initially turn to meditation.
So, for me, if you are a beginner and you are falling asleep when you are meditating, it is fine.
Your system needs the rest and recuperation.
If you want to ensure you don’t fall asleep, you can get yourself a meditation cushion. You just sit your bum on it and you have your legs crossed out in front.
Because you are in an upright position this will prevent you from falling asleep.
However, if you are falling asleep, then go for it. Your body needs sleep.
After a while, you will begin (like I did) to fall asleep less and instead to enter into the meditation bit more.
Should I always meditate in the same place?
For me, I love meditating in my meditation chamber, which is a specific room in my house dedicated to meditation and relaxation.
- I know that when I come in here, it is a calm, safe, and relaxed place
- As soon as I enter the room, my nervous system decompresses
The reason why this is effective is that when I leave this room and I go out and about in my usual way; if I am ever stressed, anxious or worried, as soon as I think about this room, or return to it, my nervous system calms.
You make a positive mental and physical association with that place.
Therefore, if you are a beginner to meditation, my advice is to have an area designated to meditation. This could be a separate room or a little corner somewhere in your house or flat where you feel relaxed, comfortable and secure.
But, importantly, what happens is the more that you can meditate in the same place, the more your system gets used to being there.
Each time you meditate, you become automatically calmer and calmer.
So yes meditating in a specific area is hugely beneficial.
Eyes open or closed when meditating?
If you are new to meditation keep your eyes closed because you don’t want any distractions. You want to close your eyes and focus on your breath.
Also, if you are struggling with noise then I recommend using earplugs to start with until you are at the level where outside noises no longer affect your practice.
So initially start with your eyes closed. As you get more advanced, you can progress to opening your eyes.
I love opening my eyes during meditations.
By having my eyes open and looking at myself in a mirror during emotional clearances (which I cover later in the article), I can see slight movements in my facial expressions.
This offers me an insight into the emotion that I am feeling and, crucially, helps me to clear away toxic emotions and associations from my past. More on this later.
One of the other reasons for closing your eyes is that it helps to shut off your analytical mind, which can be a notable issue with intelligent men in their dating life.
See my infographic below for more information, or you read the whole article here where I talk about how to remedy this – Four Dating Struggles Of Highly Intelligent Men | A Modern Guide.
How often should I meditate?
If you are new to meditating, I would say twice a week.
You don’t want to do more than that because then you start forcing it and it will become a boring chore, instead of a spiritual practice.
I have made this mistake in the past where I forced myself to meditate every single day. It is not the right way to go about forming a new habit.
- Meditating every day is the wrong way of doing it
- A couple of times a week is perfect so you enjoy the practice
Ideally in the morning, you are less likely to be distracted; it makes it the most important task of the day.
I always look forward to my meditative practises.
If I am in a good mood, I want to meditate. If I am in a bad mood, I want to meditate.
Once you start with twice a week, as you begin to enjoy the process more, you can then build up to three times, four times, five times, dependant on your needs.
Think of it like exercise: You do not want to just jump in, having never done it and try and do seven days a week.
That doesn’t work, and it is the same with meditation.
How long should I meditate for?
If you are a beginner, I would say 20 minutes is enough. You can do anything up to 40 minutes, but 20 minutes is fine.
Set a time: I’ve got 20 minutes to do this.
- If you give yourself longer your mind wanders more as there is no clear end time to your meditative practice
- Keeping it short allows your mind to know that it can let go for this short time
As you build trust and familiarity, you will be able to increase this time constraint.
So, yes, a 20-minute window is good to start with for a beginner.
What is the best type of breathing for someone new to meditation?
The best type of meditative breathing is nasal breathing.
You take three powerful and fast breaths in through your nose, then you exhale through your mouth with a sigh.
In effect, you are taking a fast breath in through your nose, and then you are letting all the tension from your body depart on the way out with a sigh out of your mouth.
This gives you an oxygen exchange and allows you to calm down straight away.
Once you have finished these three breaths, close your eyes, breathe in, just focus on the breath: Breathe, going through your nose and out through your nose slowly.
These three breaths form a quick way to relax your mind and body.
After that, you move into slow nasal breathing. Again there is a video tutorial on this later in the article.
How do you clear your mind?
The easiest way to calm your mind is to focus on your breath.
If you want to get a little bit more creative, then you can meditate on a candle flame in a dark room.
The more that you can focus on that flame and not be distracted, the more you will enter into a meditative state.
A meditative state is any situation where you lose time.
If you look at a candle and it felt like 10 seconds, when it was actually five minutes, then you were in a meditative state.
Though really it can be anything that gives you this feeling of losing time.
For instance, if you enjoy going hiking and it feels like 10 minutes have passed but, in actual fact, it takes you an hour. Again, you have been in a meditative state.
I struggle to find time for meditating, can you recommend a good place to start?
It has to be first thing in the morning because the longer you leave it in the day, the more your energy gets used up and the less likely you are to do it.
- If you leave meditating until bedtime you are just going to do it half-heartedly
- Meditating in the morning is hugely beneficial and a great way to start your day
If you are meditating in bed, especially in the morning, it is very easy to fall asleep again. For me, I would set my alarm, wake up, leave my bed and I would meditate somewhere else.
So if you are struggling for time, do it first thing in the morning. It will make a huge difference.
Another main point I would like to bring to your attention is the fact that we always find time to do what we desire.
Once my clients become aware of how much their insecurities put women off and, crucially, they realise that meditation can help them; all of a sudden, they find that time to meditate.
See my infographic below for more information on male insecurities and how to stop conveying them to women, or you can read my whole article here – Dating Coach For Men | 9 Signs Of Male Insecurity That Turn Women Off.
What do you do when your mind wanders, do you go with it or do you draw your attention back?
That depends on the type of meditation practise that you are doing.
If you are new to meditating and you simply want to learn how to calm your nervous system; every time your mind wanders, you bring it back.
If you are using a candle and you are looking at the flame; every time it wanders, just bring it back.
After a while, you condition yourself to focus on the flame.
Likewise, if you are focusing on your breath; every time your mind wanders, bring it back.
If it wanders five minutes, don’t worry about it: bring it back. Don’t put pressure on yourself as it should be an enjoyable experience.
This practice will have amazing benefits in your life:
- Your focus will be better
- Your anxiety will be less
- You will feel more energetic and vibrant
What’s the best pose for meditation, is it lying down, sitting or walking?
So as a beginner, you need the least amount of distractions as possible.
That means either a sitting or a lying down meditation. I would recommend closing your eyes as well.
Walking meditations are awesome. But again, in my experience, you should get used to meditating in a seated or lying position first.
Once you are accustomed to meditating like this, you can then try meditating outside using your breath.
It is, of course, a little bit more difficult because you are now taking it outside to the real world.
So, initially just try and get used to doing it a couple of times a week for a month or two. You can then try a walking meditation as these are also great.
To start with though, you want to get used to the techniques without distractions.
Is it better to meditate in the morning or the evening?
As a beginner, definitely the morning because:
- You are priming yourself for the day by relaxing your mind, and arguably how you start your day mentally is how your mind will cope throughout the day
- When you are learning a new skill, it requires focus and energy and when we have just awoken, we tend to be better rested
If you wait until later in the day, life can get in the way and you can run out of time
For me, starting my day with meditation sets up the day better. Also, my first thought is one of relaxation as opposed to checking my emails or my phone.
This alone is a powerful reason to meditate in the morning.
How do I know if I am meditating the right way?
There is no right or wrong way to meditate.
Meditation is a journey of self-discovery.
So even if you do not use the ancient principles, over time, you will learn why you have been meditating a certain way, and this will offer an insight into your insecurities.
For example, I meditated for 10 years on emotional trauma, because I needed it at the time of my life.
The fact that I was drawn to this type of practice offers an insight into my character.
You feel like you are lost because you go off on these tangents and you try different things. And some things work for you. Some things don’t.
No one else can give you these insights into yourself.
So, for me, if you are meditating twice a week, three times a week, or whatever it is, you cannot go wrong. Because you must explore that area to know that it did not work for you, to then come back.
Try it, see if it works for you; mess about with it, do something your way, own it.
The more that you make the meditation practise your own way, the more likely you are to do it.
Can meditation help with anxiety over financial worries?
It can do for many reasons.
Firstly, whenever you are worried about anything, it is because you have focused attention on something, and it is giving you anxiety.
The more you focus on it, the more anxious it is going to make you.
If you have this impending deadline where you are going to run out of money, that is incredibly stressful and will make you anxious.
Here is a technique that will help to remove your anxiety. In truth, I wish everyone knew about this technique as it will change your life.
- Close your eyes and breathe through your nose slowly
- Bring up your feeling of financial worry
- Label where you feel it in your body
- Give the feeling a colour
- Breathe through your nose and just focus on the colour until it dissipates
- Then think back to your financial worries and the intensity of your anxiety will have subsided
I cover this in more detail later in on in the emotional clearance meditation.
In a nutshell, you calm down and relax your emotions so you can make more logical and rational decisions.
So yes, 100% it can help with financial difficulties because it allows you to keep your composure and to remain calm.
Below I have included my flow guide to clearing toxic shame as this is also applicable to clearing any anxiety that you are feeling. To learn more you can also read my article, which has video tutorials included – Toxic Shame | The Ultimate Guide (Including In-Depth Video Tutorials)
How to meditate for anxiety?
This is a huge topic.
Most people who meditate regularly would not claim that it will change your anxiety for life.
However, meditation can be a good distraction for people who have anxiety; an effective coping mechanism to help manage it.
For those looking to completely eradicate anxiety from their life, it is likely that you would require a more advanced technique to deal with the root cause of the anxiety.
So initially, if you are anxious, meditation can distract you from the anxiety. This calms your nervous system and, in doing so, it will make you feel better.
Importantly, you are doing two things here:
- You are distracting yourself from the anxiety
- You are calming your nervous system as a beginner
These two will fundamentally change your anxiety.
So, yes, in my view, you can meditate for anxiety. The technique I described in the section above can also help you.
Additionally, I have a video on emotional clearances later in this article which will also help to reduce anxiety in your life.
Anxiety is something that many men experience around attractive women – which can develop into expressions of neediness. See the infographic below to help you avoid being needy with women.
You can also read the related article here – Dating Advice For Men | How To Never Be Needy With Women (top 5 tips)
How to meditate deeply?
You simply need to give yourself more time.
So, as you start with these 20, 30-minute meditations, over time, you will be able to enter into that zone where you feel like you are in a meditative state.
The more that you can hold onto that feeling, and the longer you hold onto it, the deeper that meditation is going to be.
Then as you peel back the layers through the meditative practices which I am teaching in part 2 of this article, you will move deeper and deeper towards your inner peace and calm.
How to meditate in bed?
Anytime in the day where you are feeling anxious or stressed or worried, go and lie in bed.
Lie down, calm your nervous system by breathing through your nose and just enjoy the process.
You don’t have to put too much pressure on yourself when you are meditating in bed. Simply lie down, breathe through your nose, try and focus on the breath, calm your nerves.
If you fall asleep. Great. If you don’t, then you will still be focusing on calming yourself more.
However, in time, you may find that you want to meditate sitting down instead of lying down:
- You feel emotions in your system more in this seated position
- Your body will be in alignment for accessing emotions when you enter more complex practice
- As you can focus on the emotions and clear them more effectively from a seated position
But when you are new to meditation, then beginning by meditating in bed is better than not meditating at all.
What is a good waking up meditation?
A good waking up meditation starts by getting out of bed.
Try not to stay in bed for your waking up meditation. Instead, come to a different area in your house where you can meditate, sit down and then focus on pacifying your nervous system:
- Breathe through your nose
- Calm down
- A nice visualisation also works well here
So, after you have calmed down for a few minutes, visualise your day going well. Think about being optimistic.
You can also think about what you are grateful for in your life.
The morning is really about priming yourself for the day.
Another option is to do a morning walking meditation.
Simply go for a 20-minute walk and breathe through your nose and calm your system down before your day starts.
That is going to make a profound difference to the rest of your day.
What is supposed to happen when you meditate?
The intention is to calm down and just relax your nervous system.
Initially, if you are meditating and your mind is wandering all over the show, then calming it down a little bit is a great start. Over time you will get better at calming down faster.
As long as you are soothing your system, you will begin to feel the benefits of meditation across your life and general mental wellbeing.
One area that I assist my clients with on my dating confidence courses is overcoming the issue of being friend-zoned by women.
Typically, I find that the main reason why many men fall into the “nice guy” territory is through insecurity, which meditation can help to cure.
To find out what ‘nice guy’ traits look like, see my comprehensive infographic below, or you can read the whole article by clicking on this link – How To Stop Being The Nice Guy | The Ultimate Guide (Top 5 Ways)
What are the best meditation techniques and exercises?
There is one which will change your life, which is the fundamental one that I teach. And I can’t tell you what difference this will make to your life.
I more or less do this particular practice every day because it makes such a difference to my life.
- Breathe in through your nose
- You scan your body: Where am I feeling any discomfort?
- Then you give it a colour
- You focus on that colour until it starts to move around and eventually turns white
If you do this one meditation practise, your whole life will be different because you are beginning to heal your body.
You are beginning to listen to your system.
I had post-traumatic stress after a car accident that nearly killed me when I was 18 years old. Scanning my body and clearing away the trapped emotions healed my permanent back pain and PSTD (post-traumatic stress disorder)
When I started listening to my body and, in a meditative practise, bringing up those feelings attached to it:
- My neck pain subsided
- My shoulders went back
- I felt calm and relaxed
So listening to your body and just allowing those feelings and emotions to come up will fundamentally change your life.
What to think during meditation?
Generally, when someone has a thought, they may act on it straight away; you have a thought, and you react emotionally.
However, with meditation, you can break that association and therefore respond rationally instead.
In fact, the more you practice meditation, what happens is you begin to observe your thoughts and be less influenced by them.
Meditation allows you to:
- Stop being so emotionally reactive in your thoughts or actions
- Observe your thoughts and respond to situations rationally and with objectivity
What are you thinking about when you are meditating?
In truth, you are not thinking. Instead, you are more observing what is going on. That may sound a bit hippy-dippy, but I would say as a beginner, simply start meditating.
Start calming your nervous system, calming your mind.
The more you do that, the more what I am talking about will begin to make sense.
Eventually what you will find is that thoughts come up, but you are no longer so influenced by them.
Moreover, you can respond to thoughts, rather than react.
What you may become aware of is how reactive you generally are in your life.
Alternatively, when you are calmer, here are some of the things that happen:
- Your eye contact with people gets better because you are calmer
- You don’t react as quickly to situations and, instead, become more of a stoic
- The feeling of being overwhelmed will affect you less, as you feel like you have more time available
In essence, the absence of thought creates space in your mind and, as a result, also in your life.
This means that you can begin to take control and think clearly about your life challenges. Part of which entails being able to set healthy boundaries in your dating life. See my infographic below for some additional tips on how to achieve this.
I also recommend you read my article here – Healthy Boundaries With Women | The Ultimate Guide (Top 3 Ways)
What are your best meditation tips for beginners?
Thinking back to when I first started meditation, I was in a situation of emotional pain, and meditating for me just allowed me to feel better.
So, if you are a beginner, one of my tips would be to meditate when you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed.
It is simple: You feel terrible, therefore you meditate, resulting in you feeling better.
By doing this, you are beginning to condition your mind and your system to enjoy meditating.
How to focus on the breath during meditation?
When you breathe in through your nose you will feel cold air entering into your body through your nostrils.
All you have to do is to focus on this cold sensation as a way of calming your mind.
Every time your mind wanders you bring it back to the cold air entering into your system.
This way, wherever you are in the world, and whatever you are doing, you can start to focus on your breath and it will begin to calm your nervous system and to remove anxiety.
Seven Meditation Practices That Make You A More Attractive Man – Part 2
The videos included here are embedded from my YouTube channel. You are able to watch them and use the techniques from the comfort of your own home.
The accompanying text offers an informative and instructive guide outlining the main principles of each practice.
In the following seven videos you will learn about meditation techniques for:
- Emotional control
- Creating wealth
- Managing sexual desires
My New Meditation Chamber
In this video, Gary Gunn reveals his brand new meditation chamber.
He begins by revealing the reasons why he has set up a meditation room. He further discusses the benefits he feels from over ten-years of practising daily meditation rituals.
In addition, Gary speaks about what led him to start meditating after a serious car accident when he was eighteen years old.
Moreover, he makes known the current meditations which have given him the best results, through to the time he invests into his practices.
In this episode you will learn:
- The benefits of meditating for emotional wellbeing. The difference it can make to your life by taking the time to process emotions from your past. Gary also speaks about one meditation that can you do any time to alleviate anxiety and gain emotional control.
- How meditating can help you overcome fear in your life. Ranging from past trauma to fear and worries for your future. He also talks about how meditation helped him overcome his fear of financial difficulties.
- Learn how meditation can help you to become more successful in life by overcome anxiety, depress and post-traumatic stress disorder. Gary beat PTSD through meditation. He shares how you can do the same with the traumas in your life.
Emotional Clearance Demonstration
Gary Gunn demonstrates a tried-and-tested meditation practice which allows you to release negative emotions from your system.
Specifically, how to remove the trapped energy in different parts of your body. As a result, you will have greater emotional control.
Covered in this episode:
- The core emotional clearance meditation which allows you to release toxic emotions from your life. As well as how to get rid of stress from your system and gain the confidence to take control and master your emotional wellbeing. Therefore you will become a more relaxed, calm and stoic person.
- How to take any feeling in your body and transmute the energy to energise your system. In this video, you will see a live demonstration of how energy gets trapped in your body. Gary outlines what you can do to remove this feeling, thereby giving you more emotional stability. You will learn how to scan your body for trapped emotions. Furthermore, how to clear them so you can relax.
- How to use this guided meditation practice to explore your past and your memories. Above all, this will enact a stronger shift during your meditative practices. Included is a technique to remove anger, sadness, toxic shame and stress from your system.
Advanced Emotional Clearance (And Visualisation)
Gary Gunn demonstrates an advanced emotional clearance exercise here. This allows you to get rid of any long-term toxic emotions which are stuck in your system. Emotions generated by your past experiences and memories in life.
In this episode:
- The core emotional clearance meditation that will allow you to get rid of deep-seated emotional issues in your life. Gary goes through the exact ritual that allows him to become more relaxed in life. He demonstrates certain body language postures which effectively give you even more of clearance from toxic and negative emotions.
- How to get rid of sadness, worry, anxiety and trauma from your past. This is through a guided meditation which allows you to access the present moment. Only once you have removed the toxic emotions can you calm yourself into the present moment in time. Gary also shows you a quick way of accessing a meditative state by holding your breath.
- Learn how to visualise with emotion to draw your goals towards you in your life. All while you remain calm and stoic in the centre of your own life Mandala. Notably, many of us strain and struggle in life to obtain our ambition and life dreams. Yet without letting go of the outcome, we remain stuck in a revolving cycle of stress and anxiety in our system. Through this method, you can learn how to let go of the outcome and, likewise, enjoy the process.
Tantra Meditation Practice For Men (How To Stop Chasing Women)
Gary Gunn demonstrates a powerful Tantra meditation practice for men which will allow you to stop chasing women in your life.
Specifically, he speaks about why and how you can break attachments to being attracted to women.
Covered in this episode:
- Understand the meaning of Tantra. Gary discusses why being too attracted to women, as a result, can make you desperate, try hard and unattractive. Knowing why you need to break your attachments to the physical looks of women will open your eyes to why you have been repressed in your life. Moreover, he will show you how to take the first steps towards healing your body and, similarly, your mind.
- A tantric meditating practice that will help you to break free from your association with women. The aim of this practice is to demonstrate how to have less emotional intensity with your associations towards women. Therefore you will become calmer, more relaxed and, above all, more attractive to women.
- How to practice Tantra Buddhism in a way that leads you to become liberated and enlightened. The outcome of this practice is that you will become more attractive on the inside. This has the effect of drawing more women into your life, as you chase them less. Instead, you let the flow of nature move towards you and your core.
A Beginner’s Meditation For Creating Wealth (Part 1)
Gary Gunn demonstrates a meditation practice which allows you to calm your nervous worries and anxiety around money.
Gary outlines how you can visualise yourself with wealth. You can then add in emotional intensity to start to draw the wealth towards you in your life.
Included in this episode:
- Discover how to meditate for wealth creation in your life by calming your nervous system. Additionally, how to remove your old anchors and associations towards money. In this part of the video, Gary demonstrates how we can break free from our previous conditioning. Instead, we can begin from a calm and relaxed mind.
- Find out how to meditate for more financial abundance. By visualising yourself as the central point in your life and imagining the wealth coming towards you in incremental phases. Gary emphasises life being similar to a Mandala. He expands on how you should never chase anything in life, as it interrupts the flow of wealth coming towards you.
- Learn how to meditate to draw wealth into your life by visualising what you want. This is followed by adding in strong and positive emotions which help to recondition your mind away from your previous associations. Gary advocates leading a value-offering life to give more than you wish to receive.
An Advanced Meditation For Creating Wealth (Part 2)
Gary Gunn demonstrates an advanced meditative practice that allows you to draw more money, more wealth and affluence into your life.
He begins the episode with a simple technique, which aims at making you enter into the present moment. This is enabled through the use of nasal breathing, followed by holding your breath.
In this episode:
- Discover how to use the most symbolic image of wealth during meditation to draw more affluence into your life. The idea is that by selecting items that have a historic and current value, we can therefore direct the image and feel of the item towards our subconscious mind. As a way of attracting the real-life equivalent into our lives.
- Find out how to meditate for affluence by using a powerful visualisation technique that Gary demonstrates here. During this part of the video, you will also learn how to let your imagination be set free. As a result, you will create stronger emotional connections by imagining that you already have the object of your desire in your possession.
- Learn the power of letting go in your meditative practice. This ensures you are not chasing in your day-to-day life. Gary advises that we have to let go of the outcome, otherwise we interrupt the flow of our desires into our life. As soon as we start chasing we block the natural order of giving and receiving.
How To Deal With Sexual Desire (Part 1)
Gary Gunn demonstrates a meditative practice that will allow you to deal with your sexual urges.
The reason why this type of meditation is beneficial is that it enables you to stop being so influenced by the outer world. Instead, it allows you to come back to your centre.
Covered in this episode:
- Discover how to calm the sexual fire within you with the meditative antidote. This helps neutralise those feelings in your body. This practice will allow you to explore your sexual desires using your nasal breathing. Moreover, it does this in a way that calms your nervous system, while simultaneously breaking you free of your previous life conditioning.
- Find out how to start your meditation practise. With three deep nasal breaths and then holding your breath as a way to enter into the present moment. Gary encourages nasal breathing to begin any meditation. This way, you will have full awareness of the reactions inside of your body.
- Learn how to use this process to go deeper into your meditation practice. Furthermore, explore the beginnings of any associations by going back to your earliest childhood memories of these experiences. When you can go back to the core of the association, crucially, you can then break the association. This can lead to a lasting change in your life.
How To Deal With Ferocious Sexual Desire ( Part 2)
Gary Gunn demonstrates a very powerful meditative practice that will allow you to deal with ferocious sexual urges.
This meditative practice is invaluable for anyone who struggles with containing the fire of your sexuality during your day-to-day life.
In this video, you will learn how to use this desire to free yourself from your past conditioning. You will regain your sense of self at the centre of your life, uninfluenced by the outer world.
- Discover how to release your repressed sexual desires in a safe place during a specific meditative practice. This allows you to calm your nervous system and remove any toxic associations from your life. These repressed feelings are a gateway to your development as a man. They can offer key insights into your automatic life behaviours. Gary outlines how you can instil change into your future by following this meditative practice.
- Find out why your energy will go through the roof when you use the principles outlined in this meditation video. You will be able to take that fire which is burning within you – that trapped energy – and move it around your system. Most importantly, this will allow you to feel stronger and more vibrant individual.
- Furthermore, learn how to safely conclude your meditative practice by using a mantra. This ensures you do not carry any negative residue from the practice with you into your day-to-day life. An authentic meditation has a beginning, a middle and an end, otherwise, it blocks the energy flow in your life.
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