The best version of meditation is the one that works for you on a daily basis. I have been practicing and teaching what I call Advanced Meditation for over 50 years. It's not hard to learn and is excellent for beginners.
Hundreds of people from all over the world have found Advanced Meditation healing, centering, relaxing, energizing and mind expanding. There are numerous health and awakening benefits of this and other meditation approaches.
What is Advanced Meditation and why do I recommend it as the best version of meditation?
There are numerous forms of meditation...mindfulness, mantra, and more active meditations are three of the most popular types. Active meditation is the term I use for methods that actively engage the mind rather than focus on stillness or emptiness. Advanced Meditation is a form of active meditation.
There are three reasons why I think this is the best version of meditation for most people.
First, it is easy to learn.
Second, it has both healing and awakening benefits
Third, it works with the brains natural capacity to think!
What is unique and unusual about it, and why I think it is the best version of meditation for most people, is that it works with the thinking capacity of our brains and trains the mind to observe sensory experiences in our bodies. Rather than try to stop thinking, we continue to think, but open up to the spaces between thoughts where we can observe and experience the effec
Learning to focus and awaken our ordinary awareness
Tapping into life-energy, which is experienced by our minds as Inner Light-Fire.
Using thought to initiate a flow of life energy/Inner Light-Fire into our bodies to reveal and transform blockages to it. These blockages can be experienced as fogginess or pain or can overwhelm our focus so we space out. As we learn to stay with the flow of the Inner Light-Fire and concentrate it where we experience blockages, a transformation and release takes place, and we feel lighter, more aware and energized.
These experiences can feel to our ordinary awareness subtle first. As we learn to focus our awareness and concentrate, our experience grows,