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The Secrets of Meditation?

This article mainly focuses on meditation as a type of discipline, found in various forms in many cultures, by which the practitioner attempts to get beyond the reflexive, 'thinking' mind (sometimes called 'discursive thinking' or 'logic') into a deeper, more devout, or more relaxed state. The terms 'meditative practice' and 'meditation' are mostly used here in this broad sense. 

In Concentration meditation the meditator holds attention on a particular object while consistently bringing the mind back to concentrate on the chosen object. For example, in anapanasati, one pays attention to the movement of one's breath.

In Mindfulness meditation the meditator sits comfortably and silently, centering attention by focusing awareness on an object or process. The meditator is usually encouraged to maintain an open focus or monitoring. 

Evidence from neuroimaging studies suggests that major categories of meditation, defined by how they direct attention, appear to generate different brainwave patterns. Some evidence also suggests that using different focus objects may generate different brainwave patterns.

Buddhist Meditation
Core meditation techniques have been preserved in ancient Buddhist texts and have proliferated and diversified through teacher-student transmissions. Buddhists pursue meditation as part of the path toward Enlightenment and Nirvana. Buddhist meditation techniques have become increasingly popular in the wider world, with many non-Buddhists taking them up for a variety of reasons.

While there are some similar meditative practices — such as breath meditation and various recollections (anussati) — that are used across Buddhist schools, there is also significant diversity. In the Theravāda tradition alone, there are over fifty methods for developing mindfulness and forty for developing concentration, while in the Tibetan tradition there are thousands of visualization meditations.

Christian meditation
Christian meditation is a form of prayer in which a structured attempt is made to get in touch with and deliberately reflect upon the revelations of God. The word meditation comes from the Latin word meditari which means to concentrate. Christian meditation is the process of deliberately focusing on specific thoughts (e.g. a biblical scene involving Jesus and the Virgin Mary) and reflecting on their meaning in the context of the love of God.

Yogic Meditation
The practices of Yoga help one to control the mind and senses so the ego can be transcended and the true self (atman) experienced, leading to moksha or liberation. According to Pantanjali's Ashtanga yoga practice includes ethical discipline (Yamas), rules (Niyamas), physical postures (Asanas), breath control (Pranayama), withdrawal from the senses (Pratyahara), one-pointedness of mind (Dharana), meditation (Dhyana), and eventually Samadhi, which is often described as the union of the Self (Atman) with the omnipresent (Brahman), and is the ultimate goal of all Hindu Yogis.

There are may branches of yoga that are said to help with the development of meditational skills: 
Mantra yoga where a mantra is recited constantly and can be either a combination of core letters or words on deity or themes.
Kundalini Yoga where the practitioner focuses on moving energy around the body
Tantric yoga where the practitioner will use the control of sexual energy to help with meditation and manifestation
Yantra yoga where the practitioner will focus on geometrical designs much like those used to represent the chakra
Zen yoga has developed from new age tradition and a combination of eastern philosophies. It advocates that becoming more aware of your self and realizing your spiritual nature is something that transcends religion

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Taoist Meditation
Taoism includes a number of meditative and contemplative traditions, said to have their principles described in the I Ching, Tao Te Ching, Chuang Tzu and Tao Tsang among other texts. The multitude of schools relating to Qigong, Neigong, Internal alchemy, Daoyin and Zhan zhuang is a large, diverse array of breath-training practices in aid of meditation with much influence on later Chinese Buddhism and with much influence on traditional Chinese medicine and the Chinese as well as some Japanese martial arts. The Chinese martial art T'ai Chi Ch'uan is named after the well-known focus for Taoist and Neo-Confucian meditation, the T'ai Chi T'u, and is often referred to as “meditation in motion”.Often Taoist Internal martial arts, especially Tai Chi Chuan are thought of as moving meditation. A common phrase being, "movement in stillness" referring to energetic movement in passive Qigong and seated Taoist meditation; with the converse being "stillness in movement", a state of mental calm and meditation in the tai chi form.

In a form of meditation using visualization, such as Chinese Qi Gong, the practitioner concentrates on flows of energy (Qi) in the body, starting in the abdomen and then circulating through the body, until dispersed.

 

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The Use of Sound & Light Techniques
Sound and light techniques of meditation are based on the results of studies with electroencephalography in long-term meditators. Studies have demonstrated the presence of a frequency-following response to auditory and visual stimuli. This EEG activity was termed 'frequency-following response' because its period (cycles per second) corresponds to the fundamental frequency of the stimulus. Stated plainly, if the stimulus is 5 Hz, the resulting measured EEG will show a 5 Hz frequency-following response using appropriate time-domain averaging protocols. This is the justification behind such inventions as the Dreamachine and binaural beats. Binaural beats and other audio techniques form the basis of the techniques at Neurovector, Mind Sync and Binaural Music.

A review of scientific studies identified relaxation, concentration, an altered state of awareness, a suspension of logical thought and the maintenance of a self-observing attitude as the behavioral components of meditation; it is accompanied by a host of biochemical and physical changes in the body that alter metabolism, heart rate, respiration, blood pressure and brain activation. Meditation has been used in clinical settings as a method of stress and pain reduction. Meditation has also been studied specifically for its effects on stress.

More recent research suggests that meditation may increase attention spans. A recent randomized study published in Psychological Science reported that practicing meditation led to doing better on a task related to sustained attention.

Why should I meditate?

Suffering stress and the need to chill out is a familiar state for many of us. Our world is fast, furious and exciting. It can also be challenging, trying, demanding and frightening. All of these situations produce stress, emotional reactions, anxiety, worry and anticipation. Our bodies react to this in many  ways. We produce far more adrenalin than we need. 

  • How much more effective would you be if you could control this daily stress?
  • How would it improve your job prospects?
  • How would it improve your family life?
  • How would it improve your health?

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