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Something that might help, enjoy!

Greetings 🙂

When inner or outer events threaten our inner balance, what is the best thing to do?

(You may have noticed that “solutions” offered by the ego often make things worse!)

I have found that sometimes it is helpful to RETREAT from “external events” for a time, and HOLD to the Freedom that you are at you Core. Often you can prevent any loss of your inner equilibrium if you are quick to the point.

In the following free video training, I demonstrate 3 ways to quickly calm your mind and rest in the Freedom that you are at your Core. Here’s the link to watch and enjoy:

==> 3 Ways to Rest in the Freedom at Your Core!

I hope you enjoy this free video training, and if you want more like this, please let me know and share it.

Blessings!

Matt

P.S. The benefits of watching this short meditation training are two-fold:

1) By the end you’ll have at least 3 different Inner Clearing techniques to add to your tool-chest (it’s always good to have OPTIONS!)

2) Just by following along, you’ll gain great experience using these techniques for yourself (very important!) I even share with you a method that will allow you to do it all on your own, without the need to listen to a guided meditation. Check it out here:

http://www.beingthefreedom.com/video3/?subscribed=true

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4 easy steps to raise your vibration (AND manifest ALL you truly desire)

Our clients come to us for two main reasons…

Which one is it for you?

Many, because they want to grow their inner power to create the life they desire. Many come to us initially because they are stressed and overwhelmed.

For some, maybe it’s a little of both.

Here’s the key…

The two are intimately connected.

The keys to finding your calm center and boosting your positive confident vibration are closely linked. They both have to do with cultivating your internal energy.

So let me share with you 4 four steps to help you access the calm vital energy at your Core… and then use that to manifest what you truly desire.

1. The first step is to discover that you can direct your attention inside your body to relax yourself. You are doing this with practices like Core Energy Meditation, and more broadly, Qigong Meditation.

(Qigong Meditation is the root practice from which Core Energy Meditation was developed. The essence of Qigong Meditation is directing your attention inside your body to relax, release and open up energy flow.)

We do this by following specific posture cues to relax your muscles and breathe more fully, deeply, and slowly. This alone can have a pretty instant and powerful effect! You discover that stress has a certain feeling in your body and that you can shift your stress response immediately with a few simple inner actions.

When you learn to calm your stress response, you free up tremendous energy reserves that you can then use to replenish your body and empower all the better things that you’d like to do with that energy. Relaxing is an important first step, not only for stress reduction, but also for creating the life you want from the inside-out.

2. The next step is to generate positive feelings. While feeling relaxed is great and it gives you more energy, now you want to ramp up the good feelings. Your energy then becomes a powerful positive force for you and your life. In Qigong Meditation, one of the ways we do this is through Inner Smiling.

Try this right now as an experiment…

Just for a moment… smile… and notice how that instantly shifts your inner state.

Now imagine what would happen if you learned to send that smiling energy through your whole body and out into your entire life. Not only does it feel amazing, it also boosts your immune system, builds your confidence, and boosts your positive attracting force in the world.

I show you many more ways to raise and channel your energetic vibration in my Qigong Meditation program. In fact, with this program you get MANY inner skills for cultivating Qi and sending that energy throughout your entire body and your life. You’ll love it.

It’s perfect for “energy meditation” beginners as it is for Core Energy Meditation students wanting the “next level”.

Moreover, after going through this program, you’ll have the skills to tremendously deepen any mind-body practice you’re already doing, helping you propel your energetic vibration to the next level. It really is amazing.

Check it out here:

http://www.QigongMeditationSecrets.com

3. Now, once you’ve got that relaxed positive energy flowing, you can direct that energy to specific places in your body to relax tension, release inner blocks, facilitate healing, and boost your vibration.

Did you know that your limiting thoughts, feelings, and beliefs are stored in your body in specific locations?

Through Core Energy and Qigong Meditation, you learn how to access those places of negativity and tension and clear them from the inside, on the primary energetic level.

This is powerful not only for those conscious inner limits you know about, but also for those subconscious tendencies that seem to come out of nowhere and get in your way.

4. Finally, once you’ve opened smooth energy flow through your whole body, you can use the energy you’ve gathered to attract more good things into your life. You can direct that powerful internal energy into what you are passionate about and what is truly important to you.

So in broad strokes, those are the essentials of Qigong Meditation – the root practice from which Core Energy Meditation was developed.

If you’re ready to take your vibration to the next level, then I recommend you check out my Qigong Meditation program.

Through Qigong Meditation, you develop all the skills to cultivate the highest energetic vibration, so that you are more relaxed and at ease and able to attract what you truly desire. You learn to master your internal energy and master your life.

To learn more about mastering your energy to create the life you desire, be sure to take a good look at this…

http://www.QigongMeditationSecrets.com

Enjoy your practice,

Kevin & Matt The Mind-Body Training Company

P.S. Many people who begin with traditional meditation find that my Qigong Meditation program takes them to a whole new level. You learn to relax very deeply, feel your internal energy, and shift your inner state into a powerful positive vibration. Not only does this feel great, it also serves as a launching pad of calm powerful energy that will supercharge any existing mind-body practice and empower you to create the life you desire. Check it out here:

http://www.QigongMeditationSecrets.com

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3 ways to ease pain and stress with your mind

When you feel pain or stress, your first inclination is likely to try to avoid it or “kill it.” However, a growing body of research shows that we can use our minds to “turn towards our pain” in a way that can ease it.

“Mindfulness” based meditation techniques may be effectively used in place of or in combination with pain medication. Let’s explore three components of pain and how you can use your mind to intervene in all three.

When you feel pain, the experience arrives first as a physical sensation. It’s likely that you will then have an emotional reaction to that sensation such as fear, irritation, or frustration. Then, you might tell yourself a story about what your pain means, such as “Maybe I have a terminal illness,” or “It’s my own fault for doing such and such.”

These are the three layers of a painful experience– sensations, emotional reactions, and thoughts or “your story” about it.

You can use mindfulness to step into all three of these layers and shift your relationship to your pain. Not only might this help to ease your suffering, but it may also stimulate your body’s healing resources to resolve the cause of your pain. Applying mindful attention to your body can change how you feel and facilitate healing.

So what is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is consciously paying attention to what is happening in the present moment with an accepting, non-judgmental attitude. It is “witnessing” what is happening without being swept up in, overwhelmed by, or getting lost in the experience. You observe your inner experiences–your sensations, feelings, and thoughts–as “events” that move through you.

Through mindfulness, you realize that all experiences come and go. In fact, as you become mindful of pain, you may find that it shifts and possibly even resolves. Whatever happens, you will change your relationship to pain so that it is less likely to “take you over” and “rule your life.”

You can practice mindfulness in three steps:

First, you can observe the story you are telling about your pain. Much of the story you are telling may not be true. It may come from memories of others suffering, from your own past experiences, or just be imagined and “made-up” future possibilities. It can be helpful to separate the facts, things you really know about your painful experience, from imagined outcomes based on your fears or self-judgments.

Second, you can observe your emotional reactions to the pain. Notice if you are aggravated, afraid, or even angry about having this pain. Again, see if you can observe your emotions without identifying with them or being swept away by them. It can be helpful to label your feelings to get some observational distance. You can simply identify them with the word that feels most appropriate–fear, resentment, irritation. . .

Finally, you can apply mindfulness to the raw pain sensation itself by gently and lovingly paying attention to it. First, take several deep breaths to relax your body as well as you can. Then, feel around the edges of the painful area–just noticing the raw sensations, breathing into them, and noticing any ways they shift or change.

If you are able to get somewhat comfortable with this, next, see if you can enter into the middle of the painful area and breathe in and out of it. Allow your breath to bring a sensation of spaciousness and a feeling of nurturing acceptance into the pain. You may also find it helpful to “ask the painful area to speak to you.” Is there any message the pain has for you? You may be surprised at what you discover.

Mindfulness is a practice that you get better at the more you work with it. You can apply it anywhere in your life to become more present, discover clear insight, and facilitate positive resolutions to any issue you face.

Best wishes in your personal practice!

Kevin Schoeninger The Mind-Body Training Company

P.S. Many people who begin with traditional meditation find that my Qigong Meditation program takes them to a whole new level. You learn to relax very deeply, feel your internal energy, and shift your inner state into a powerful positive vibration. Not only does this feel great, it also serves as a launching pad of calm powerful energy that will supercharge any existing mind-body practice and empower you to create the life you desire. Check it out here:

http://www.QigongMeditationSecrets.com

P.P.S. Be sure to check out our full range of Programs here: http://www.MindBodyTrainingCatalog.com

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