THE GOAL OF MEDITATION IS not TO CLEAR YOUR MIND. It is to connect your mind & body, resulting in more peace, balance, focus and clarity (to attain the highest level of consciousness possible).


  • Lower blood pressure
  • improved blood circulation
  • Lower heart rate
  • Less perspiration
  • Slower respiratory rate
  • Less anxiety
  • Lower blood cortical levels
  • More feelings of well-being
  • Less stress
  • Deeper relaxation
  • improved sleep patterns
  • Improved data retention and focus
  • Mindfulness meditation improves rapid memory recall
  • Meditation increases the ability to keep focus in spite of distractions
  • Meditation relieves pain better than morphine
  • Meditation reduces risk of heart diseases and stroke


  • Meditation practice starts with finding the time on a daily basis. The good news here is that not a lot of time is required.
  • Start small (2-3 minutes, or 10-20 breaths)
  • Be comfortable
  • Focus on your breath
  • 100 breaths meditation (count your breaths 100 times)
  • Timer meditation (set your timer so your mind doesn’t constantly wonder how much time is left)
  • Consult the doctor
  • A beginner can start with just a few minutes a day, eventually getting to 20 to 30 minutes a day as the benefits of the meditation become so obvious that it becomes the most important part of his or her day.


This discussion was designed to deliver information on basics of meditation. I know, through my own personal journey and professional experience, that practicing meditation in this religiously neutral, simple, and practical way has helped transform the lives of thousands of people. It is my firm belief that those that wish to learn and experience the esoteric and spiritual benefits of meditation will be led to, and will find, that which they sincerely seek.

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