In this healing meditation, Jini Patel Thompson leads you through breathing and visualization techniques to bring you into deep relaxation and Theta brainwave state.
Once you are deeply relaxed, she then directs you to "imagine tapping" on various EFT points, whilst hearing the words that go along with the tapping. You don't physically do anything; it is all visualized or imagined. Jini leads you in speaking directly to your subconscious, to release stress, anxiety, worry, and to allow your conscious mind to sleep deeply and peacefully.
You will also receive the Basic EFT Manual with a diagram of the acupuncture tapping points. You don't need to already know EFT to use this meditation, but you will need to know the tapping points in the diagram. If you want to learn more about EFT, Jini has set up an information page: www.MeridianTherapyTechniques.com
You can choose whether you want your meditation to fade into silence, or, 30 minutes of soothing music set to ocean waves. You will receive BOTH the MP3 audio download links - with and without music. Simply download to your iPod or mp3 player, or, you can burn them onto a CD.
No Music: 16 minutes
With Music: 46 minutes
Do this healing meditation every night, lying in your bed, when you are ready to sleep. Do it often, until the neural pathways have been reinforced to the point where you see the changes in your sleeping patterns, or your attitude towards sleep.
An added bonus will be the deep physical relaxation your whole body will receive by relaxing into deep meditative state every night.
Warning: Do not play this meditation whilst driving, or doing anything other than lying down.
Meditation: (c) 2010 Jini Patel Thompson. All Rights Reserved.
Original music: Cloud Wings (c) 2004 Steve Martin, All Rights Reserved.
If, for any reason, you are not happy with this Healing Meditation, simply email us for a full refund.
There's a fascinating book called The Brain That Changes Itself by Norman Doidge MD. in it, he describes exactly why and how when you visualize or imagine something deeply, the brain (and subsequently the body) cannot tell the difference between reality and the imagined event. To give you one example, Doidge tells a story about Pascual-Luone, who taught a sequence of piano notes to two groups who had never studied piano before. One group just sat in front of the electric piano keyboard and "imagined" playing the sequence and also imagined hearing the notes being played. The other group actually physically practiced the music on the piano keyboard.
"Both groups had their brains mapped before the experiment, each day during it, and afterward. Then both groups were asked to play the sequence, and a computer measured the accuracy of their performances. Pascual-Leone found that both groups learned to play the sequence, and both showed similar brain map changes. Remarkably, mental practice alone produced the same physical changes in the motor system as actually playing the piece."
So, in this way, when we imagine or visualize a healing action or sequence - especially when we are in Theta brainwave state, the brain will action it without question or hesitation. Personally, I feel that when the "imagining" is done in deep meditative state (when the brainwaves are in Theta frequency), this will potentiate the effects/results. The more we visualize a particular occurrence or sequence, the brain builds neural pathways, or maps, to support that sequence - like grooves being worn deeper and deeper. This continues until it gets to the point where a habit is formed, or you (your body) will automatically do that thing without thinking.