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ECSTATIC MEDITATIONS for Daily Living

Ecstatic Meditation is designed to strengthen, heal and transform your inner dialogue. In fact, meditation has been healing people and transforming lives for over 5,000 years. That is why I have included meditation as part of my therapy program. You can initiate meditation wherever and whenever you want. As the master of your inner world, use them to help you during times of stress and where self-contemplation is needed. Below is a partial list of meditations to use as needed. Additional meditations can be taught during Telephone, Online and Hypnosis sessions.


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The Crying Meditation

Begin breathing very deeply and let your sound reach a very powerful pitch. Make a crying facial expression and let yourself cry. Allow screams to erupt from the deepest part of your being. Allow your lungs to open wider and wider and the good feelings erupt in tidal waves. Keep breathing until it all subsides.

 

The dialectical process suggests that there are two sides to every issue and every experience. Each side is completely opposite to the other; but each is equally true. For example, linear thinking would suggest that crying, grieving, screaming and mourning is a very painful experience, something to be avoided. But the dialectical process suggests that the screaming/crying meditation leads to happiness and peak experiences. Screaming out your internal experience does not lead to suffering. In fact, it leads to just the opposite, a cure, and a wonderful, peak clearing of my mind and body. Active crying produces joy and wisdom beyond belief. If this is true, then dialectical thinking is something to be considered.

 

Consider two sides of the same coin. The coin is an integration of two opposite sides. We consider the coin and sometimes forget that it is made up of two opposite sides. When we look at the coin, we are only seeing the upside, while the downside is unseen. When we turn the coin over, the downside changes its status to the upside, while the former upside is now down and invisible. Each one of us contains many different contradictory sides. This paradoxical nature suggests that for every thing that is real, it's opposite is equally true. By grieving and crying out your specific pain, mourning turns to joy and wisdom. Feeling early terror creates the antidote to anxiety and panic.

 

You have only to consider the physical realm. The vaccinated substance in your body contains the very disease entity that would bring you down into illness. But through the dialectical process, injecting the disease into your body actually creates a paradoxical healthy state. By crying out the vague tensions in your body and soul, you create transcendence and unspeakable happiness. Paradoxically, the more that you hold and inhibit your pain, the more pain you suffer.

 

You have heard the phrase, "Get it off your chest." By deep breathing, crying and uninhibited expression of your grief, you get "it" out of your chest, your stomach, your life and your soul. So, why don't more people cry out their early and present grief? The answer is that most people probably don't even know that it exists. Grief disguises itself in all types of heartbreaking symptoms and joy reducing difficulties. Paradoxically, when you let yourself cry out from the deepest parts of your very being, you are not only healing yourself, you are lifting yourself to unlimited heights. Behind every depression, there is unspeakable joy! The other side of hopelessness is a universe filled with hope. For every sin committed, there is redemption and salvation. For every family broken of love, there is a sea of love waiting to bind people together. For everyone who waits, there is a time of deliverance. For every disturbed mind, peace and love holds out its hand.










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