Frequently Asked Questions

Meditation is the practice of training the mind to be singularly focused in order to reach a different state of consciousness.  This focus can be on a single object, thought, or activity.

If you’re interested in learning meditation, why not join my course and learn how to meditate today.

The main purpose of meditation is to create an inner world that is still. Free from the usual chatter of normal awake consciousness. It is in this stillness that we are able to observe our thoughts and feelings without judgment. This allows us to achieve greater awareness of self and that which we meditate on.

Here are just a few of the scientifically proven benefits of meditation:

  • Reduced stress
  • Decreases Depression & Anxiety
  • Increased brain matter
  • Increases emotional intelligence
  • Improved introspection
  • Increases your physical health
  • Increases creativity
  • Improves memory
  • Increases focus and attention
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Increases positive emotions
  • Improves breathing & heart rate
  • Reduces blood pressure

Guided meditations aren’t always necessary. In fact, everything we offer can be achieved in ones own mind without assistance. However, having a guide can be greatly beneficial in achieving powerful results quicker and help you:

  • Attain a deep meditative trance quickly
  • Sustain focus even if there are distractions
  • Guide you to your goals with metaphor and symbology, the language of the unconscious mind

All of our meditations are produced by James Cole, a professional hypnotherapist, trained in the art and science of meditation and creating transformation at an unconscious level.

I have written an entire eBook on this topic called “16 Myths of Meditation

You can download it absolutely free right here

No. Meditation is a personal practice that anyone can do and is very scientific. It has defined principles and can produce verifiable results.

There is no philosophy or theology that comes with meditation, however, meditation can often be attached to one, and almost all religions use meditation in some form or another.

We utilise two main types of meditation. We teach a very simple style that is stripped of all the unnecessary aspects that are commonly added. This style is easy to learn and easy to practice almost anywhere you can sit quietly and safely for a few minutes.

We also use a form of hypnotic meditation in our guided and therapeutic meditations. By including hypnotic techniques in with meditation, it can help even the busiest of minds to reach that place of stillness and quiet calm.

Any time you can… As true as that is, I actually recommend to practice meditating first thing when you start your day. This way it can really give you a positive and focused kick start. It is also the time you are least likely to fall asleep while meditating. As important as sleep is, it serves a different purpose.

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