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  • there's a powerful thing that's happening as people are studying.

  • Meditation is people are studying mindfulness.

  • What scientists are discovering is that it has this incredible impact on almost every dimension off your life.

  • The big thing to understand is that in Western civilization, wear trained to exist in what, what you could call a mortal facing state off awareness, right?

  • Which means we think of consciousness is primarily existing in the beta or the waking state.

  • So you and I a conscious right now, and we're existing in one particular level of consciousness.

  • But if you look at indigenous cultures, people in indigenous conscious, they operate in multiple levels of consciousness.

  • For example, I spent some time with a tribe called the actual in the Amazon rain Forest, and the actual they have this weird ritual.

  • At 4 a.m. The families get up and they come together around a campfire, and they drink tea at four AM and discussed your dreams.

  • See, the actual believe and they communicate with tribes across the rainforest.

  • True, their dreams.

  • They believe that the dream will is as real as the physical world Right now.

  • Now that is tapping into a different steak off consciousness.

  • Now, whether that's true or not doesn't matter.

  • The point is they believe that they are multiple or polly basic states of consciousness.

  • So meditation actually gets you to go away from a single state and tap into altered states.

  • Are another saying you speak on stage at a fest?

  • Correct me if I'm wrong But you mentioned something called thinking vacation, right?

  • Think, think you tae shin right?

  • And until tell, tell us what you doing when you think it takes, I use a very basic meditation practice which something.

  • I want to get back to you with yours, what you tell people to do.

  • But I do box breathing.

  • I found that doing four equal sides does not work for me.

  • It makes me feel out of breath.

  • So I'm just adjusted it to see what's pleasurable for me.

  • It takes me into an Alfa Wave state.

  • If I'm stressed, maybe it takes me 20 minutes to get there.

  • If I'm already relaxed, maybe it takes me three or four minutes.

  • Once a minute.

  • Alfa Wave state, which is typically classified as being calm and creative, which is exactly how I would feel if you're wide awake, really sharp.

  • I'm breathing.

  • I do breathe in through my nose, out through my mouth.

  • I get into that Alfa Wave state, right?

  • Feel like ideas either from my subconscious or just normally disconnected regions of my brain begin cross talking.

  • So I get very creative solutions to a problem that maybe the night before completely living.

  • The reason I called thinking station isn't meditation.

  • You're not supposed to grab on to your thoughts, which I actually found frustrating and so was causing me a problem in meditation.

  • So I thought, Well, what if I just promised myself that once I get into that state, then I can grab my computer, put it on my lap, continue my breathing cycle to stay in that Alfa way of state?

  • But if on idea comes, it's interesting, I will grab.

  • I don't think it is grabbing its meals.

  • Think about is riding a wave.

  • And so all right, it really followed.

  • See where it goes.

  • Take notes, write it down, try to get back on the wave or catch a different one.

  • And probably 80% of the good ideas that I have in the business come from thinking that's incredible, right?

  • 80% off.

  • Your ideas are coming when you're accessing the states.

  • Now, that's what I'm talking about, your accessing an altered state off consciousness.

  • Now, scientists can measure that if we hooked up Tom spraying to an E G machine.

  • What they would see is that you're probably going into your probably see an increase in Alfa weights and an increase in data.

  • Always.

  • What science is finding is that off the waves, which is what emerges from your great when you're relaxed, is very soothing.

  • It's very relaxing.

  • And if you continue relaxing more, you get into what is sometimes for waking data data is to state your brain is in every night just before you fall asleep.

  • When you fall asleep, you go into a deeper state called Delta.

  • But here's the unique thing when you're at data, ideas flow.

  • In fact, there's this legendary story of Thomas Edison, where and maybe you could this he would.

  • He would practise this napping technique where he would hold a metal ball in his hand and there'll be a metal trade below his desk.

  • He'd sit in this chair like this and drift off to sleep in justice.

  • He goes into sleep, His hand would drop the ball with clang on the trade, waking him up, and he'd have his ideas.

  • Now.

  • What was he doing?

  • He was dipping into data to pull out ideas.

  • In fact, there's this this quote by medicine which say's this.

  • Ideas come from space.

  • It's hard to believe, but it's true.

  • Ideas come from out of space now.

  • Isn't that similar to what you're doing?

  • You're using your own language, but you're dipping into data to pull out ideas.

  • You just said it.

  • 80% of your business ideas are coming from the state that that is what I want people to understand.

  • Way could tap into these altered states to fundamentally make better decisions to draw upon ideas.

  • And Teoh even increase our rape off, getting towards ideas.

  • So this is one of the most powerful aspects of meditation.

  • But you also said something else which I want to pick up on, which is the reason more people don't meditate.

  • You said you said something along the lines off.

  • I know in meditation you're not supposed to latch on to any thought, right?

  • That's rubbish.

  • That's completely not true.

  • See their different types of meditation.

  • In fact, they're so many of the types of meditation I hate using the wood meditation.

  • Rather, I call it a transcendent practice, transcendent practices any practice where you go out off the physical world and you go with it.

  • So meditation, breathing in and out boxed reading is a transcendent practice.

  • But closing your eyes just being grateful for your life is a transcendent practice.

  • Closing your eyes and thinking compassionately about someone you love is a transcendent practice.

  • Think it station is a transcendent practice.

  • You're going within.

  • And then there's more than meditation, which is about becoming better at the world.

  • Meditation is not about becoming better.

  • It meditations about becoming better at functioning in the morning work.

  • And so when you understand that transcendent practices of these beautiful things we can tap into to get better at life, you see meditation in a completely different way.

  • Meditation helps you, Ben Reality.

  • There was a mix out there in the world that I call the hustle and stays that it's about hard work, that it's about working harder than the competition.

  • It's about busting your back for 100 hours a week, I call Bull because I also see people who focus on themselves first, who have a steady meditation practice, will learn how to tap into intuition and then how to visualize their goals.

  • And they work significantly less but get far better results.

  • You can hustle, or you can surrender into your inner space, and I'm a big fan of surrendering into your inner space.

  • Hustling to me is an outdated, broken approach that leads to overwork.

  • It leads the broken marriages that needs to for relationship with your kids.

  • It leads that aging faster.

  • Don't hustle.

  • It's a minute when I talk about hustle.

  • I talk about the people who believe that you have to work an ungodly number off hours to be successful.

  • There is a much healthier way.

  • So they are two different types of people who are talking about entrepreneurship today.

  • That's the type of people who talk about entrepreneurship purely in the physical sense.

  • It's about the number of hours you work.

  • It's about the number of phone calls.

  • And of course, hard work has its place.

  • But then you see the rise of books by people like Michael Singer, who wrote the book, The surrender, experiment and read the book.

  • It's kind of cool.

  • This guy built a billion dollar software company, and he talks about how he did that by surrendering by going with them by having a daily meditation practice.

  • Now, in your case, I believe you're doing it.

  • You're also moving to that approach, but you're doing it unconsciously.

  • When you when I listened to you speak in a festive you spoke about how you sit down, relax and you I think you Tate and these ideas come into you.

  • You're tapping into something, Tommy.

  • A.

  • Tapping into your intuition that is a far more efficient way than trying to hustle to get these ideas you're going within.

  • So you already doing one of the first steps.

  • Now.

  • The second part is how can you optimize your rate off going from idea to reality?

  • That's the second part of vending reality, and they are a significant number of tools that you can put it to play to, to to help you do that by working on your estates, For example, one is creative visualization, so many studies that show that what you visualize in your mind you can help accelerate in the world.

  • For example, one study called the Finger Abduction Experiment basically have people exercise their fingers.

  • Okay, like physically exercising your fingers.

  • And then a control group of people visualize themselves exercising your things.

  • And what they found is that one group group finger strength by let's say, about 10% the other group by 9% really close.

  • Just visualizing the thing is not the same thing happens in sales.

  • You can actually accelerate your sales closing rate by visualized the outcome.

  • We don't really understand how it works, but we know it works the same thing that happens in your entrepreneurial life.

  • When you get a clear vision off the business, you want to create off the lifestyle you want to create.

  • You move towards that faster, and so meditation to me is not just about going send.

  • It's not just about like focusing on your breathing.

there's a powerful thing that's happening as people are studying.

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Learn How To Access Higher Levels of Intuition - Create Your Own Reality

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/09/03
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