3 ways how to harness the Power of the Mind

3 ways how to harness the Power of the Mind

3 Ways How to harness Power of the Mind

He showed me that nothing is impossible that you can attain it if you really want.

“If you want to attract something in your Life, you need to understand what that frequency is that you want and then change the energy in your body to match that frequency. And when you do, you attract that.”

A lot of people that talk a lot about the law of attraction and stuff, but they don’t really understand it or explain it properly. And I think sometimes the new age world can just get away by saying all kinds of “Oh, The law of attraction … Do this and do that and it will all attract into your life.” But there is no practical step to actually understanding the science of how these things work. But once you really understand it and put the hard work into it; these amazing tools have been around for millenniums and monks have been using them for thousands of years.

1. Positive Words

Concise choice of positive words, clear visualization, and feeling. And feeling being the most important component because feeling is emotion and emotion is energy and energy is magnetic. Tesla had the saying: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” Everything is made up of energy and that energy is vibrating at a certain frequency. And your job is to match the frequency of what you want because that’s harmony.

2. Think Interm of Frequency

If your team here can match your frequency, then you’re all in alignment and on the same page and then you work together. It’s like a flock of birds that just flow in harmony. You see them flying in the sky… they never crash into each other, they all fly in harmony.

It’s like the old radios, right?

You tune it, the station is 74.5 FM and if you get to 74.4 FM, you get static and music. 74.6, static and music; 74.5, perfect music; 74.2 just the static, so your goal is to tune your energy to match the frequency of what you want. And that is when attraction comes. Concise positive words, clear visualisation, and corresponding feeling. The feeling is emotion and when I say corresponding feeling, If you want something, you need to match the frequency with what you want. So remember Tesla said, “think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

3. Concentration

Concentration is a science and an art. A science because of the clear steps that you need to take, to work towards a goal, and art because it requires repetition and practice. So I always say that concentration is a science and art. Learning how to concentrate, you have to understand the mind, right? So, as I shared before, you’re not the mind, you’re purely awareness, moving to different areas of the mind. And I define concentration as my ability to keep my awareness on you for an extended period of time until I make a conscious choice to shift it to something else.

So most people allow someone or something else outside of them to control where their awareness goes. So I’m chasing with you, my phone goes bing, I pick it up and my awareness gets right there. Another notification comes, my awareness goes there. I  hear a noise out there, my awareness goes over there. So my ability to keep my awareness on you or something for an extended period of time is my ability to concentrate. Your whole day needs to be filled with rituals and you need to look at your life the same way. An Olympian might look at his or her life, where their whole day is filled with rituals. In the monastery, we mediate as group for 1 hour a day. That’s all the meditation. People always think that monks meditate all day, and they’re slowly sweeping the sidewalks, but we don’t. We meditate 1 or 2 hour a day, and what are we doing the rest the day? The master taught us to practice concentration, Not to practice mindfulness, practice concentration. So if you’re speaking with another monk, you give that person your undivided attention. That’s what we practice all day  and think people take a different approach, right now.

They think “if I meditate for 10 minutes in the morning, I am good, I’m zen, and the rest of the day I can do just whatever I want to do.” And the rest of the day is constant multitasking, so I’m doing many things at once, in a poor way.

So what do you become good at? You become good at whatever it is your practice. Because practice doesn’t have the ability to discriminate between what’s a positive practice and what’s a negative practice. So if you practice something negative all the time, you become really good at it. So if you practice distractive all the time,  10 hours a day, what do you become good at after 6 months? Distraction. And anybody practices anything for 10 hours a day, they become really good at it. And the truth is, we have 24 hours in a day, most people sleep what … 7, 8 hours, so you are awake for 16, and now in the 16 hours, are they only practicing distraction for 7, or 8 hours? Probably more like 13 or 14 hours a day, they’re practicing distraction. So if you do that 7 days a week … Imagine if you’re practice playing the piano for 14 hours a day, 7 days a week? How good you would be after 6 months? So, how good are people at distraction? If you look at most people out there, They are the master of distraction. They’ve mastered the art of distraction.

These people are to be acknowledged and respected because the dedication and devotion they have given to the art of distraction. And they don’t even know. That’s why I really harp on understanding mind first and then learning to concentrate. Because I feel that if humanity can learn to do this, they can be better athletes, better artists, better martial artist, better singers, performers, sport people, engineers, doctors, because the centre of success is your ability to harness the power of mind and direct it in a single point of focus one stable long enough so you can come with solutions to create beautiful things. But if you can’t concentrate, you can’t do any of these things. And we can’t solve the problems of the world.

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No happiness surpasses peace of mind.

Buddhist Proverb

Human endeavor all down the ages has sought to improve our quality of life, whether it be in the medical, technological or social spectrums. We have possibly come as far as we can in overcoming the problems solvable by material solutions. The problems that remain 6 unsolved in spite of our material progress alert us to the fact that we need alternative strategies if we are to attain the true quality of life in our world.

Often we forget that behind every problem is a human face, and humans are more than just automatons governed by technological knowhow-humans have emotions, intentions and minds. If we are to elevate our quality of life, we have to upgrade our quality of mind alongside our material standard of living.

In answer to the question ‘Why Meditate?’ the obvious importance of meditation is that it serves as the most direct and practical means to upgrade the spiritual quality of our lives. Meditation serves as a way to integrate spiritual well-being in step with our material well-being.

Some people are attracted to meditation as a means to solve health problems. Several ‘modern-day’ illnesses that present complications for western medicine, such as stress, depression and insomnia can be improved by meditation which helps to re-balance body and mind. Meditation has also been scientifically proven to assist in the speedy recovery from illness.

It is only a minority who meditate as a result of their problems. Most meditate because they want to improve or enrich themselves, their personality or their lifestyle in the spiritual dimension. To this end, meditation can enhance one’s potential for study, sporting performance, self-confidence and decision-making.

Beyond this are those who meditate with a deeper spiritual vocation to learn more about themselves or to explore the ‘eternal questions’ of life and the world.

Meditation: not so difficult, but not too easy either.

Meditation is not so difficult to learn because it builds on skill and abilities which we already have. Meditation is already something we do in our everyday life, allowing us to focus on the task in hand—but the depth of meditation is superficial because our mind is cluttered by thoughts. By developing our meditation formally, we can free our mind of unwanted thoughts, allowing the mind to come to a standstill–at which point the depth of concentration is increased.

The difficulty of meditation is that we have to do it by our own efforts—no one else can do it for us. Furthermore, one will never become skilled just by talking or reading about it. Expertise comes only by doing it. Thus, we have to rely on our own self-discipline to integrate meditation into our life as a daily practice. Moreover, progress in meditation is gradual. Reversing the mental habits of a lifetime doesn’t happen overnight. Consistent diligence is rewarded by success in the long-term. In our modern world of ‘instant gratification’, sometimes we have to engage a new level of patience in order to adapt ourselves to the pace of meditation progress—so be warned!

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