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Four Good Times of Day to Meditate (And One to Avoid)

When is the best time of day to meditate? According to two experts, the answer depends on what you hope to get out of it. Read More

Times and tools for meditation

I use meditation to reprogram my subconscious mind so that I can consciously create my experience of reality.

I find the best time of day to meditate is in the morning after my exercise and breakfast right before I start work. This helps me to quiet the mental noise and get clear on the days priorities.

Most importantly though, I use a custom made binaural beat to synchronize my brainwaves to enter the theta state quickly.

Check it out here: www.cosmicconsciousnessonline.com/custom_binaural_beat

I'm afraid, I have to tell

I'm afraid, I have to tell you that there are studies and scientific evidence that show, all binaural-blah is just to make money of people.
It is more likely to produce any desired state by meditating or even physical exercise or simple smiling than to listen to binaural beats.

I think it is such a shame that these important and helpful techniques (like meditation, awareness exercise, etc.) are pigeon-holed with such intellectual deficiency as of binaural beats.


Brahmakumaris Meditation

8,500 centres of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University are located in 110 countries.We practise meditation that relaxes the mind and nurtures a healthy balance between our inner and outer worlds.

what if im stressed just

what if im stressed just before bedtime

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Linda Wasmer Andrews is a health writer with a master's degree in health psychology.


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