CAMERON DAY: “Brainwave Entrainment — Easy Meditation Sample”

 

With consistent use, the Genius Brain Power series from Ascension Help can help you to:

• Meditate more deeply than you have ever gone before
• Reach those deep meditative states consistently
• Increase your intelligence, creativity and problem solving capacity
• Lower stress and gain mastery over your monkey mind
• Activate dormant sections of your brain
• Increase communication and balance between your brain hemispheres
• Gain tremendous inner peace and clarity
• Gently and naturally heal old emotional wounds
• Have deeper, more restful sleep
• Experience more energy and joy through whole brain thinking
• Remember your dreams so you can learn from them
• Raise your level of consciousness far above and beyond where you are right now, and KEEP going to higher levels with continued practice

This is all possible through the science of brainwave entrainment, which guides the brain into a specific brainwave frequency using special rhythmic pulses of sound. By guiding the brain into specific low frequency patterns and keeping it there, we can induce a profoundly deep meditative trance.

By exposing the brain to special computer generated tones that are pulsed at a specific frequency, the brain will synchronize its electrical impulses to that same frequency. This means the brain becomes entrained to (matched to) the specific frequency of the pulses, which gives us the ability to choose the primary frequency we want our brain to operate in so we can derive all of the benefits described above.

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CAMERON DAY: “The Best Form of Meditation You’re (Probably) Not Doing”

You might know this about me already, but I’m a big advocate for meditation of all kinds.

There are a multitude of different types of meditation options available. With so many options, it can be pretty confusing to know what to do and what will work best for you.

I’m going to touch briefly on two popular types of meditation for this article, and then dive into a third type that is my personal favorite.

The first type of meditation is one pretty much everyone has heard of: Transcendental Meditation, or which falls into the category of “mantra meditation,” where the practitioner repeats a mantra silently in order to calm the stream of thoughts that arise from the mind.

TM has become a big business in the U.S. and is fairly expensive to get started with, but even with that facet in the mix, many people can attest that TM was the first meditation practice that they were able to continue to do long-term, which makes it a win in my book.

Meditation type number two is Guided Visualization, which I am obviously quite fond of, given my penchant for producing them. One big advantage of guided visualization is that it can allow someone who normally has trouble quieting the mind to have a meditative, healing experience.

It can also allow someone to tap into the meditative benefits of an experienced meditator by following in their footsteps, so to speak.

Our third type of meditation is what I consider the most important form of meditation in my own life, and I call it simply, “Silence Meditation” although it is also often referred to as “Mindfulness Meditation,” which I consider slightly different.

You might be surprised to hear that I don’t use guided visualizations since I produce so many of them, but that’s exactly the reason I don’t utilize them: I tend to like my own versions better.

So what is Silence Meditation? It is the simple, but not easy, act of sitting in total silence, with a focus on achieving a complete stillness in the mind. A total absence of thought, even for just a few moments.

This is simple in concept, but difficult in practice, because the mind’s nature is to produce thought and it does so consistently all day and even at night when we’re in REM sleep. Yes, our nighttime dreams are a form of thought expressing itself, and the thoughts only cease when we go down into the deepest levels of Delta sleep.

How to Silence the Mind… For a Few Moments

Upon reading the above, the mind naturally will produce a question: “How can someone use the mind to silence their mind?” There are almost as many ways of achieving this silence as there are meditators in the world, which means that there is no one right way to do it.

Since there isn’t a single “right way,” I will just tell you how I do it for myself, because my methods are somewhat unconventional. No surprise there, right?

First is the setup, or how I sit. I use a “V” shaped meditation cushion and place it in front of my couch so that I can rest my back against it. You could use a wall for this purpose, too.

This goes against the grain of meditation teachers who want people to sit fully upright with no back support. That’s great for a photo-shoot, but the reason I use something for back support is because I don’t want to be distracted by thinking about what position my body is in during meditation.

By sitting upright on my pillow while supporting my back with my couch, I eliminate one of the major distractions of sitting and meditating. For your own practice, feel free to simply sit in a chair that allows you to have upright posture. Go with whatever is the most simple and supportive for your body.

Next is blocking out the external world, which I achieve with ear plugs and a blind-fold. More specifically, I use a pair of sound-isolating “ear-buds” for playing audio. They block outside sounds better than regular ear plugs, and allow me to use one of the Genius Brain Power audio tracks to help assist my meditation if I so choose. Usually an Alpha or Theta track.

Some would consider using brainwave entrainment cheating or a crutch, but if it works for the individual, I say go for it. Now to be fair, I personally only use entrainment audio once in a while when the background noise level is too high for the ear-buds alone to block.

95% of the time I just use the ear-buds with no audio because they work better for me than standard foam ear plugs. Keep in mind that the ear plugs are optional, but if you find yourself being distracted by background noise while meditating, then I recommend trying out some ear plugs for a few sessions.

As for the blindfold, any type of blindfold will suffice, and if necessary you can improvise with whatever you have around. Even a long-sleeve shirt will do in a pinch. Enough said there.

Time Enough for Self-Love

With the setup handled, it’s time to start meditating, right? Almost. One more important thing: Use a timer! You don’t want to be distracted by thinking about how long you’ve been meditating, so a simple kitchen timer will alert you when your pre-determined time is up.

But how long should you meditate? That is entirely up to you! I personally meditate in this fashion for 22 minutes in the early morning, which is long enough to get the job done, and short enough that I won’t make up an excuse not to do it.

I arrived at 22 minutes in a somewhat arbitrary fashion. I started out at 10 minutes, and added one minute a day until I was at 20 minutes. Later I added one more minute as an easy way to accomplish 5% more meditation. Eventually I went up one more minute to 22 simply because I like repeating numbers.

So 22 is my “magic number,” but your number might be smaller, especially at first, and that’s fine! You could start with just 5 minutes if you need to, and gradually add one minute per day until you are at a number you feel is giving you the results you desire.

The most important part of choosing your meditation duration is to start small and gradually increase the time each day that you meditate IF you want. If the number feels small and easy to do, then you are far more likely to do it than if you choose a number that feels like an arduous task, or an amount of time that could make you late for work, an appointment, etc.

A shorter duration is better for those days when you’re not getting into a deep meditative state and you’re constantly silencing mind-chatter without enjoying any mental quietness. Speaking from experience, the temptation to “bail out” of the process is far smaller if I know that I won’t have to struggle with that day’s meditation for too long.

The Actual “Silence Meditation” Process

I’m seated, ears are plugged, eyes blind-folded, the timer has started and now it’s time to actually meditate. The first thing I do is start breathing slowly and deeply, putting all of my focus on my breath. After years of practice this alone produces a few moments of blissful mental silence.

But not for long! No sir! My wonderful mind has all kinds of lovely thoughts it wants me to entertain. So when the first thought comes up, I use a mental prompt to release it: Clear the Deck.

As I think those words, I also direct my mind to a brief visualization of the deck of a wooden boat, out at sea, with nothing but blue skies and blue water in every direction, and I imagine that the thoughts are being swept off the deck, down into the water.

Then I let the visualization fade away and return to focus on my breath.

Silence. Breath. Silence. “I need to mail that check to…” (or whatever thought bubbles up).

Yes, the silence doesn’t last for long, especially in the early days and weeks of meditation, and sometimes even after years of practice. But that’s okay! The mind produces thoughts. That’s one of its main jobs and it can take a lot of training to get it to go into that deep silence.

When that thought arises, and it always does, I will name the type of thought, which is a form of acceptance and acknowledgement. I don’t want to fight my mind, only to direct it, so I acknowledge the thought with one word whenever possible.

Examples: Planning, anticipating, ruminating, reminiscing, worrying, analyzing, imagining, judging, speculating.

Once I name the thought, I use my next mental prompt which is: Let it go. So it would “sound” (in my mind) like, “Planning… Let it go.” Yep, I keep things simple!

Silence. Breath. Silence. “I wonder if I’ll have time to exercise before breakfast.” “Oh… Anticipating… Let it go.”

Silence. Breath. Silence. “That guy trolling my blog really needs to get a life.” “Ahhh…judging… Let it go.”

Two More Prompts

I also use two more mental prompts to help deepen the meditative state. Over time these have become commands which my mind (usually) obeys. The first one is “Go Deep.” This pretty consistently puts me into a deeper brainwave state, which I can feel happening because I have practiced it for years, both with and without brainwave entrainment.

The other prompt is “Go Clear” which very nicely clears away any stray thoughts. I tend to use these prompts after releasing a thought with “Let it go” in order to deepen the meditative state and extend the amount of time where no thoughts are floating through my mind.

Slow It Down

I like to “speak” all of those thought-prompts very slowly in my mind. For example, if I’m thinking “Go Clear,” I will think “Gooooooooooo” on the in breath, and “Clearrrrrrrrrr” on the out breath.

Slowing down the thoughts helps lead me back to the state of non-thought more easily.

“This is Too Hard!”

When most people first try this style of meditation, they often don’t have much success at quieting the mind. That’s okay! The fact that you took some time to sit up straight, breathe deeply and even attempt to meditate is huge!

Seriously, you should congratulate yourself after every meditation session, no matter how “good” or “bad” it seemed to be.

Even if you spent the entire time “clearing the deck” and “letting it go” with no observable quieting of the mind, you should STILL give yourself a pat on the back for putting in the time and effort.

Then do it again tomorrow.

With regular practice (daily is best) you will start to have moments of pure mental silence, and over time those moments will grow longer and more frequent. There can still be bad days where you can’t put the thoughts aside, and that’s ok, too!

Remind yourself that whatever is happening in your mind is ok. Don’t fight the mind, just do your best to guide it gently into that place of silent rest.

“These Prompts Don’t Work For Me!”

This is where things get personal. Not that I will take it personally if my prompts don’t work for you, but personal in the sense that everyone will respond differently to the process of guiding their own mind into a place of silence.

The prompts that I use just might not work for you, which means that you’ll need to come up with some of your own. I think it’s fine to figure that out during the meditation session, since if the prompts you are using aren’t working, you might as well spend that time to audition some new prompts.

However, and this is a big however, I recommend that you don’t give up on the prompts until you have tried them a few times.

Why? Because using the same prompts repeatedly over time conditions the mind to respond to those prompts more effectively.

“What’s the Point?”

I know life is busy, and often the first things that we drop when we are pressed for time are self-care and self-empowering practices. However, if you can give yourself the gift of just 5-20 minutes per day of meditation practice, you will start to reap many rewards.

The state of no-thought is incredibly calming, soothing and even blissful. Five seconds of mental silence is like giving your mind a massage or warm bath. This produces mental, emotional and physical relaxation, reduces inflammation and releases beneficial hormones in the body.

With practice, this or any other type of meditation practice will help you to have “space” between stimulus (stress) and response (reaction) in your environment. Instead of cursing at the guy who cuts you off in traffic, you might find yourself taking a deep breath and saying, “Let it go” instead.

After all, that other driver can’t hear your words and your inner peace is more valuable than anger, especially when you’re driving.

Instead of snapping at your spouse/child/parent/sibling/co-worker/etc. when they push your buttons, you could find yourself taking a deep breath and calmly explaining what you truly want to communicate to them.

Those “little victories” in our day feel really good, and regular meditation can help them to happen more organically, more often.

Best Time of Day?

Opinions vary on the best time of day to meditate. For years I was more of a night-time meditator, but when I switched to meditating in the morning I found that it had profound, beneficial impacts on my state of being for the rest of the day.

Putting it simply, silence meditation in the morning makes me generally happier, less impatient and more compassionate on days that I do it compared to days where I come up with an excuse to skip it, which is very rare.

Limiting my morning meditation time to 22 minutes almost completely removes any thought of skipping it, where for mysterious psychological reasons, a 30 minute meditation is easier to skip “because I’m running late” or some other excuse.

Keeping it short and easy to achieve is the key to success in morning meditation.

Take the 5×7 Test Drive

Often one of the biggest self-imposed barriers to trying a something new is the belief that if we start doing it, we have to do that new thing forever, so we don’t even start.

So forget about forever, and instead just take a test drive of doing a silence meditation for 5 minutes per day for 7 days.

That’s it. Just 35 minutes of time over the course of a week. If you can commit to that small investment, it is possible that you will like the results so much that you decide to keep the practice, but you are not obligated by anyone, especially yourself, to do so.

Share Your Experience

Do you already meditate like this? If so, please leave a comment for how you achieve those delicious moments of mental silence. Your setup, your inner prompts, any helpful tips for others, etc.

Are you trying this for the first time, or picking it back up again? Let me know how it’s going for you.

Much Love,
Cameron Day

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CONSCIOUS REMINDER: “This ’18 Breaths’ Meditation Will Help You Unlock The Powers Of The Merkaba”

Today, we are going to represent a meditation exercise which is used to unlock Merkaba’s powers.

We should prepare our space where we will meditate and follow the given steps.

This is a really advanced technique in meditation. The meditation exercise for unlocking our Merkaba and its powers consists of eighteen breaths during three stages.

Stage 1: Gaining balance

Every breath that we take is yogic, which means that we inhale through our nose, filling our abdomen, then our diaphragm, and then our chest in this order, and exhale in this same order right before we relax.

Breaths have to be seven seconds apart, although the most important thing is to accomplish consistency, however.

First breath

While we breathe in, we should touch our thumbs to our forefingers. We should imagine how some white light is surrounding us while we open our heart to experience love.

While we breathe out, we should cross our eyes slightly and then look up slowly. We may feel some energies trickling down our spine.

From the second to the fifth breath

The breaths from the second to the fifth one are identical, except we need to change the position of our hands or our “mudra.”

With every breath that we take, we should move our thumb along one finger, meaning that our fifth breath happens when we are touching our little fingers.

Sixth breath

We should come back to the mudra like in our second breath, having our thumb on our middle finger.

During this position, we have to feel clear, balanced, and polarized. When we don’t feel like that, we should repeat the stages until we do.

Stage 2: Build our pranic energy.

The stage number two will build our pranic energy, which we need for the last stage.

From the seventh to the thirteenth breath

We have to change our mudra in order for our thumbs to meet our middle fingers and forefingers. Every time we breathe in, energy is going to flow right from the energy tube’s bottom or top, building the sphere of the white light in our navel.

With every exhale, this sphere is going to become more powerful, stretching our chakra system towards its limits, and stretching those limits for our following breath too.

Fourteenth breath

Right after the thirteenth breath, out pranic energy will be stable. On breath number fourteen, we need to breathe in to permit this pranic sphere actually to shift from our navel to our sternum. We will lock it right where it is if we breathe out.

If all this doesn’t work, we need to return and try once again. If we haven’t achieved our pranic stability, the last four breaths are not going to work.

Stage 3: Spin our Merkaba

During the last stage, we have to stabilize and also speed up our Merkaba rotation. We have to change our mudra once again for the rest of the breaths. For females, the right palm has to be placed over the left one, and vice versa for males.

Fifteenth breath

We should imagine how opposing tetrahedrons are spinning in opposite directions. In fact, one of the males is spinning counter-clockwise, while one of the females is spinning clockwise.

We should breathe in as before; however, before we do that, we should make a small hole with our lips and exhale with pressure. While we do that, the speed of rotation of those tetrahedrons is going to increase too.

Sixteenth and seventeenths breaths

We are supposed to do the same; however, we should first increase our speed of doing it. While the speed increases, we should feel how the energy builds.

We should also make sure that both rotate at an identical speed, and when we lose our balance, we should stop.

Eighteenth breath

In fact, with this final breath, we should permit our higher selves to inhabit our bodies as our Merkaba will reach its full power. We may also experience a short period of “being elsewhere,” and euphoria will come together with it.

 

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CAMERON DAY (Ascension Help): “Self-Clearing System Level 1, Step 6: Peeling the Layers”

Peeling the Layers

Self-Clearing System Level 1, Step 6

Be patient with the process

It is important to always be aware that this process of self-clearing with the goal of “Ascension” is not something that can be rushed. The ego’s repeated judgments of self and others, painful memories and emotional patterns took a lifetime to build, so they will take time to remove. Fortunately the self-clearing system on this site helps make the process more efficient.

If you would like to hear this process instead of reading it, use the youtube player below. When listening to the audio, you should be in a safe, relaxed space where you can close your eyes and be undisturbed for 10 minutes.*

You can click here for a printable version of this page.

*(If you would like to download an mp3 version of this audio, right click this link and choose the “save” option in the menu.)

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So what does it mean to peel the layers? In a nutshell, it means that even though you address an issue today, you only addressed as much as can be dealt with at the time.

Over the next few weeks, you may work on other issues, peeling away what can be addressed at the time related to those issues. Then suddenly an issue that was addressed a few weeks ago will show itself in your consciousness again. This doesn’t mean you didn’t make any progress, but that you have actually moved to a deeper layer of that issue.

That is progress!

Simply acknowledge that you are encountering a deeper level of the issue, and be thankful that it has shown itself to you clearly enough that you can address this deeper layer right now. When you have cleared as much as you can at that time, remind yourself that “I will be mindful of (this pattern) in my consciousness and the next time it shows up, I will continue to reclaim my energy that has gone into keeping it in place in my psyche.” (The actual wording you use isn’t important, only your intent.)

During the process of reclaiming energy from self-created limited attitudes, the ego will flare up and try to reassert its power. The form this takes will vary from person to person, but things to watch out for are: irrational emotional outbursts, judging others / yourself / the current events of your life, lack based thoughts, dwelling on painful emotions of the past, worrying about the future, trying to diminish or control another person, etc.

When this happens, simply thank your ego for showing you the next layer of that issue, minimize the ego, then engage the process of reclaiming your energy from the issue. This simple process, if engaged often enough, will literally “unravel” the structure of your ego, and the ego’s fight for importance will simply show you the exact issues that are still unresolved in your psyche.

No longer is the ego your worst enemy, but it instead becomes the unwitting agent of its own diminishment. Once properly diminished, the ego can return to its role as an internal GPS / office assistant, and the light of the One Infinite Creator will shine brightly through your being, uplifting the entire field of consciousness on this planet.

 

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CAMERON DAY (Ascension Help): “Self-Clearing System Level 1, Step 5: Reclaiming Energy”

Reclaiming Energy

Self-Clearing System Level 1, Step 5

Identifying your issues and taking back your power from them

If you have practiced the techniques on The Cosmic Flush, Energy Refund, and the Ego Minimizer, then you are ready for the next step of identifying unresolved issues and emotions, then reclaiming the energy that you have put into them. It is crucial that you practice the techniques in the previous three steps before continuing.

If you would like to hear this process instead of reading it, click on the youtube player below. This segment is 20 minutes, and is broken up into two 10 minute Youtube Videos. Part 2 is further down the page, and you will have to click on part two to continue with the whole 20 minute process. When listening to the audio, you should be in a safe, relaxed space where you can close your eyes and be undisturbed for 20 minutes.*

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Click on play above to hear part two of the Reclaiming Energy process.

At an energetic level, thoughts are just as real as physical objects. A limiting belief, repeated in the mind enough times becomes a part of the reality of our energy field. Because most people live their lives in a state of relative unconsciousness and reactionism, they have created numerous thought forms that repeat endlessly in the mind, continually reinforcing their “reality.” Fortunately, the energy that we put into our thought forms can be reclaimed with relative ease.

First, engage the Cosmic Flush / Energy Return processes. Once you are connected and clear, simply stay focused on the present moment. Very soon your ego will start down a line of thinking. Because most of the thoughts in our minds have been repeated so many times, you will probably know where that line of thought is going before you get there. As soon as you know where those thoughts are going, do the Ego Minimizer, but keep the awareness of the attitude or emotion that the thoughts were tied to.

For example, perhaps your mind started thinking about a business deal that went bad, or a promotion that you didn’t receive. The emotional cluster involved could be something like anger, resentment and jealousy. We usually only attach such strong emotions to situations that happen to US, because they are personal and part of “our story” of our identity.

The past experience was just an event. If it would have happened to somebody else, you probably wouldn’t care, but the emotional cluster you formed around the experience because it happened to YOU is what we’re addressing with this process. We tend to put significant energy into these emotions as we replay the experience in the mind, further reinforcing the emotional reaction every time we remember the experience. After the emotions are triggered, what follows is a series of ego thoughts based on the faulty logic that the emotions experienced as a result of remembering the experience are absolute, immutable, unchanging.

This is the basis for a limiting thoughtform, and it is where we will direct our focus in the reclaiming energy process. Continuing with the example above, the focus will be on the emotions and attitudes related to anger, resentment and jealousy triggered by the remembered event.

Return to your state of presence in the Now moment, and ask your God Self to bring forth the energy that you have tied up in anger, resentment and jealousy based thoughts and attitudes, that you can address at this time.

(Don’t make the mistake of egoically thinking “I will just remove ALL the anger, resentment and jealousy from my psyche RIGHT NOW.” The process of taking your power back is just that: a process. Be patient and allow it to unfold, rather than forcing it.)

Your God Self will show you a “picture” of the unresolved and limiting attitudes in your psyche that are “ripe” for the plucking. You will sense these issues in yourself according to how you sense and perceive subtle energies. Some people will see certain shapes or colors, others will feel sensations in their body, some will just “know” that the issues are real.

Please do not get caught up in detailing the way that you perceive the issues. Just like a picture of an elephant is not an elephant, perception of subtle energies is not the energy itself.

Before you take any action, return your focus to the present moment. From that present moment point of power, you will engage in a “conversation” with your God Self where you communicate that:

It is my desire to reclaim all available energy that I have put into these attitudes of (whatever).

I take responsibility for creating these issues, and putting my energy into them.

I now realize that I wanted the struggle in my life that these attitudes have created.

I am ready to forgive myself for creating struggle via these attitudes.

My dear God Self, let’s take back all of this energy NOW!

Return your focus to the present moment and breath deeply, feeling the flow of energy returning to you. If you feel discomfort in your body, do not seek to get rid of it, but simply move your awareness to it. Your awareness will direct the flow of energy to the discomfort and it will usually transmute on its own. It is very important to remember to NOT judge or resist these issues as they come up, but to be thankful that they are being shown to you so that you can address them and reclaim your power.

If the energy feels “stuck” at any point during the process, ask the Galaxy Being to deliver transmutational holograms to free up any energy bound to the thought forms you are addressing.

During the process, you may sense non-physical entities that have associated with you via the energy of the attitudes you are addressing. Please remember that they are there because of your own attitudes, and thank them for the role they played in your evolution. Simply broadcast a thought such as, “Thank you for participating in my creations, but you are free to go forth on your own journey now.” Ask that the Galaxy Being gives them a transmutational hologram if they choose to experience one.

During this process, it is vital to remain in a state of neutrality or better yet, Love. If you are angry at the entities for being there, it will be a struggle to get them to leave. When you can move into your heart and appreciate their contribution to your awakening, you transmute the energy that was attracting them to you. The same is true of the actual emotions and attitudes — don’t judge yourself or the emotions, but instead rejoice that you are engaging the process of liberating your consciousness from your self-created prison.

Finally, we will discuss being patient with the process of peeling the layers.

 

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