What happens when we meditate?

By | June 18, 2014




5 Things your subconscious mind can do for you

Whats driving your life?

What happens when we meditate?

5 Tips to live abundantly

What is your aura?

How to use Gratitude to manifest

Money Manifesting Experience

How to Reprogram your subconscious mind

Brain-waves copyI got this information from Mind Body Green In case you want to check out her blog.

“…There are five major categories of brain waves, each corresponding to different activities. Meditation enables us to move from higher frequency brain waves to lower frequency, which activates different centers in the brain.

Slower wavelengths = more time between thoughts = more opportunity to skillfully choose which thoughts you invest in and what actions you take.

5 Categories of Brain Waves: Why Meditation Works

1. Gamma State: (30 — 100Hz) This is the state of hyperactivity and active learning. Gamma state is the most opportune time to retain information. This is why educators often have audiences jumping up and down or dancing around — to increase the likelihood of permanent assimilation of information. If over stimulated, it can lead to anxiety.

2. Beta State: (13 — 30Hz) Where we function for most of the day, Beta State is associated with the alert mind state of the prefrontal cortex. This is a state of the “working” or “thinking mind”: analytical, planning, assessing and categorizing.

3. Alpha State: (9 — 13Hz) Brain waves start to slow down out of thinking mind. We feel more calm, peaceful and grounded. We often find ourselves in an “alpha state” after a yoga class, a walk in the woods, a pleasurable sexual encounter or during any activity that helps relax the body and mind. We are lucid, reflective, have a slightly diffused awareness. The hemispheres of the brain are more balanced (neural integration).

meitation4. Theta State: (4 — 8Hz) We’re able to begin meditation. This is the point where the verbal/thinking mind transitions to the meditative/visual mind. We begin to move from the planning mind to a deeper state of awareness (often felt as drowsy), with stronger intuition, more capacity for wholeness and complicated problem solving. The Theta state is associated with visualization.

5. Delta State: (1—3 Hz) Tibetan monks who have been meditating for decades can reach this in an alert, wakened phase, but most of us reach this final state during deep, dreamless sleep…”

 

Benifits of Mediation….

happy

I recently made up this mediation with colors and affirmations…here is what it does for me every time I do it.

  • I get a blast of energy
  • I feel so much happiness
  • I feel very open and willing to talk and share with others
  • People gravitate towards me
  • I feel like singing
  • I think good things about the future.

I had no clue mediation coudl do all of that. The best part is…I just made it up.

Love and Light.




nbsp;

 

 


Comments are closed.