Undoing Yourself: Meditation Exercises


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Before presenting these techniques, I would just like to briefly go over the purpose of energized meditation. The main purpose, is to destroy ANYTHING that inhibits you from being your true self and accomplishing your own personal free will. These techniques are built off of a tension-charge-discharge-relaxation philosophy and are meant to release all tensions throughout your body as a mind-body correlation is presented, and an understanding is given on how all negative thoughts create tension in your body. These techniques also show how most values, beliefs, opinions, and behaviors are the result of deep subconscious fears and survival tensions, and how we must release these if we are to find our true will's and live life according to how we were meant to, at the most primal level. I won't go much further in to detail, if you are truly interested, PLEASE check out the book. I can't recommend it enough.
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Here are the preliminary techniques. I'll provide one of the actual meditation exercises in the next posting.

MENTAL CHATTER AND SUB- VOCAL TRANSMISSIONS

“Before we get into the first segment of this technique let me make you aware of some facts. Constant mental chattering or thought creates tensions. When you are thinking your voice box moves ever so slightly as thoughts are flowing through your mind. In addition, the jaw moves slightly, as well as the tongue and the eyes. In fact, as stated before there is a fine state of tension when we are thinking. So to achieve true mindlessness, we first must become aware of the facial, throat, and neck tension which are associated with thinking.”

Experiment 1

Sit or lie down in a quiet place and allow yourself to “think” about anything. Notice how and where your thinking is experienced. Notice what motions and tensions exist in your face-neck-throat area. After you have completed this, “think” about something unpleasant and notice if there is any difference. Now try “thinking” about something pleasant and make the same notations. Once you are thoroughly aware of this, attempt the following:

Experiment 2
Lie down and do not move. just breathe normally with your eyes closed. Now become aware and describe out loud for 15 minutes every sensation and muscle twitch in your body. Become aware that tension exists all around and within you.

These two experiments should be tried three times over a week to help you verify that tension is thought - thought is tension. This will require 45 minutes - 15 minutes for each trial. If you do not experience the voice box — facial sensation, or if you are not aware of anything during experiment 2, double the time.

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Method 1

Step I. Sit or lie down. Make faces — Stretch all the muscles in the face. Open your mouth as wide as you can, move the jaw from side to side. At same time open your eyes as wide as you can. Move your eyes up and down and from side to side. This will begin to destroy tension, thereby destroying uncontrolled and extraneous thoughts generated by this area. Make many different faces. Do this for about 2-3 minutes. (A word of caution: While in the end these exercizes are meant to reduce and eliminate certain thought patterns, some might find an increase of new thoughts from previously “Hidden” places of the mind. If this is the case don’t be concerned, since this will be a fine way to perform “mental house cleaning.”)

Step 2. Hum and Chatter — Hum from the depths of your voice box. Use Om or just MMMM. Do this for 1-2 minutes. Now using your tongue, chatter - DA DA - BA BA BA. Stick out your jaw as far as you can and continue humming and chattering. Do this for 2-3 minutes.

Step 3. Shoulders to Ears - Pull shoulders up as if trying to reach ears. When they start feeling tired, drop them as low as you can. Repeat 3 times in 2-3 minute intervals

Step 4. Nose Breathing — With your mouth closed take in a deep breath inflating your chest and pulling your stomach up. Be sure to pull the belly in. Hold for a 7 count and then just let the chest fall and the belly relax. Repeat this 10-20 times. Be sure to allow an additional 7 count to elapse before you next inhalation

Step 5. Turn Head — Now bring attention to you head and turn it from side to side as far as you can. Repeat 2-3 minutes

Step 6. Leg Stretch -– Lying down on your back, hold legs about 4 inches off the ground and stretch outward. Hold as long as you can and then let them drop. Repeat this 2-3 times.

Step 7. Quick Breath -– With your mouth slightly open breathe rapidly, sighing as you exhale. Do this for 2-3 minutes.

Now lie done and sense and feel your body, for about 10 — minutes. Note every sensation you feel. Now assume a meditative position of your choice making sure that:

1. Your eye lids are not tightly closed, but simply relaxed.

2. That your jaw is relaxed and not tense. Make sure of this by trying to stick out your tongue; if you have to lower your jaw, it was too tightly held. Check your forehead making sure it is not wrinkled. Once you are relaxed, either concentrate on your mantra or point of focus. For those students who do not have a mantra or point, we suggest Dr. Regardie’s Mantram tape or simply OOOOOOOMMMMMMMM. For students who wish or require specific images or points of focus, please feel free to contact us. ( Personal Note: concentration on your breathing is a good focus point. Also imagining a pure, brilliant white light entering through the top of your head into your third eye and surrounded your brain and body is another good focus point. Just do whatever you feel most comfortable! The possibilities are endless.)

3. Finally, make sure your throat is not blocked by holding your head in the wrong position. Make sure it is straight. In order to reduce thoughts, keep the eyes relaxed and still, with your tongue touching the roof of your mouth. Do not move the larynx and again be sure that your jaw is relaxed. Meditate before eating, or wait for 2-3 hours after eating a heavy meal. It is also best if the bladder and bowels have been emptied before you start your work.

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