So you have heard about all the benefits meditation offers towards your physical and mental health. However you have limited time or found meditation can be very difficult to learn or both. In fact effective meditation is near impossible if you have any significant trauma and/or asymmetries in your brain. Now I understand that when you want to take your life to the next level, one of the most challenging things is “not knowing” or fully understanding what is holding you back and if you don’t know the root cause of the problem, you can find yourself giving up because “It just doesn’t work for me”. Well there is another solution. Here at Balance Your Brain we use Brainwave Optimisation to first find then balance those key brain areas which moderate the arousal and valance/emotional states and may affect your ability to meditate. Furthermore we use an advanced meditation protocol so that you can have an experience of meditation that is normally associated with Buddhist practitioners with months or even years of meditation practice.

Facts about Meditation

Meditation is one of the oldest forms of consciousness training known. When considering the choice of practicing meditation (meditation can also be supplemented with the words “prayer and relaxation”) there are a host of benefits which have been scientifically studied for many decades (see Harvard Study). The benefits of meditation include:

    1. Immune system support and the greater likelihood to sustain oneself when compromised in a disease state.
    2. Improved social relationships with friends, family, and all living things.
    3. Reduction of stress, anxiety, and depression while increasing happiness.
    4. Increased ability to be aware of more, experience more, and be satisfied with self and all aspects of life.

Psychological mindfulness, clarity of discernment, and flexibility in all aspects of life – physical, mental, and spiritual.

And the bottom line for all of us is that we have only so much time on the planet and want to live a life as fulfilling as possible. To accomplish this need, there is no better practice than meditation.
So – if it is so good – why isn’t everyone meditating every day?
In a world filled with options for the use of our time and stress to use our time according to some demand on us, the slow process of months and years of learning meditation is inhibiting. What if this could be changed in a few days working only a few hours a day? What if a beginner ability in meditation could be accomplished in a short time to start enjoying the benefits?
You can do it, and do it in a short time – Brainwave Optimisation helps relax the brain to attain a meditative state.

Research

Meditation produces powerful pain-relieving effects in the brain, according to new research from Wake Forest School of Medicine, published in the April 6 edition of the Journal of Neuroscience.