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Meditation has been used for centuries for it's proven benefits as far as stress relief, relaxation, personal insight, wisdom, and health benefits. Religion and even science embrace the concept because of the known beneficial mental and physiological changes that occur as a result of regular meditation.  Most of us have meditated in some form during our lifetimes, even though we may not have been conscious that we were doing it - maybe before a doctor's appointment, before a big meeting at work, or during some other kind of stressful event.  

Modern life is fraught with so much external data input that most of us feel literally overwhelmed at some point or another - or all the time. The paths we should take are unclear, and the prospect of making a wrong decision is frightening.  We don't know where to turn for the answers, but ask anyone who is familiar with meditation, and they will immediately give you the answer.  "Look within yourself." 

Those three words are the essence of meditation. 

In this vein, though meditation is not exactly a supernatural phenomena, it absolutely can lead to more awareness and thus, increased psychic abilities.  Theoretically, we have everything we need within ourselves, and meditation is just a vehicle with which to bring it out in usable form through our own inner strength and wisdom. 

Meditating can be as simple or as complicated as a person wishes to make it.  In general, simple is better.  If you choose a regimen that takes too much time or becomes a hassle, obviously you won't be inclined to meditate on a regular basis.  Don't wait until a more convenient time to start.  Do it NOW!  Then follow-up every day or even twice a day for the most benefit.  Don't worry about whether you are doing it right.  Instructions will follow on these pages very soon, but basically sit down in a comfortable position, close your eyes, breathe deeply, concentrate on that breathing, and let your worries leave you every time you exhale.  You will be surprised at how rejuvenating this can be after only a short period of time. 

The rest of this section will cover actual meditation techniques, and what you can expect to gain from practicing meditation on a regular basis.  This is a work in progress, so do Bookmark and return often.  As always, if you have something relevant related to any subject on this page, do feel free to leave a message on the Message Board link below, or E-Mail us privately.


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