How To Breakthrough and Master Mind-Blowing Meditation (Part 7)

Mar 13, 2016

Create the bridge from your meditative experience to the reality of your day-to-day.


Now that we’re all masters of meditation, let’s secure our investment.

The more you invest in meditation, the more value it will create for you. But how can we secure this value? How can we quantify our time spent performing “one handed claps”?

It’s easy.

We will create a bridge from the meditative experience to the reality of your day-to-day.

We will create this bridge by performing post meditation exercises. These exercises help us to see and feel the value of our meditative experience, which in turn creates even more value.

It works exactly like the water cycle you are so familiar with.

Evaporation, condensation, and precipitation are all working to move water. It’s a careful, but also flexible, balance of resources. In this sense, your peace, acceptance, and understanding are like the water. We want to move this state of being from your meditation, to your work, to your play.

This is what whole life is. A seamless connection of your wants and needs, all flowing to support you and your life’s purpose.



Corpse Pose

The easiest, and perhaps most valuable, post meditation exercise is Corpse Pose.

This is to be performed immediately after your meditation.

While in meditation, you are focused, you are upright, you are working. Unimaginable value is created here during your performance. For our post meditation exercise of Corpse Pose, we want to let this work, work for us.

“Corpse Pose” says it all. Lie on the floor like a corpse.

This is to encourage the total relaxation of the physical state. When performed, you will have the opportunity to “bathe” in the goodness that you created for yourself during the meditation. You’ll soon know this experience for yourself- no need to elaborate.

You may stay in Corpse Pose for as long as you like. Transition from Corpse Pose to your active life by wiggling your fingers and toes and slowly looking around the room. This will provide ample stimulation to “pick up where you left off”.


Create a Trigger

The next post meditation exercise you are encouraged to experiment with, is creating and using  a Trigger.

The Trigger you choose will serve as a portal to your meditative state. It works just like this…

While in your meditative state (either in meditation or Corpse Pose), engage your Trigger.

Your Trigger may be almost anything that involves your physiology. A popular trigger is touching the tip of the thumb to the tip of one of the other fingers on the same hand. You have probably seen images or statues of men and women holding their hands in this shape. Again, you may choose whatever works best for you. You are encouraged to experiment.

Once you have “charged” your Trigger during your meditative state, you may use it during the day for quick access to your place of peace.

It works exactly like the battery on your phone. You charge the battery, use it, and recharge it.

If you use your Trigger more than you charge it, you may not experience the full effect.


Choose Your Next Activity

After your meditation, you’ll be riding the Divine Wave.

Where do you want to ride it to?

Consciously choosing the next activity you engage in after meditation is something to carefully consider. Whatever you choose to participate in will be coupled with all the best parts of you.

So instead of catching up on your Netflix, consider using your meditation on something of value to you.

Anything that involves creation or creative thinking will automatically become an uncommonly powerful event for you.

Your meditative vibration is like money. Spend it wisely.


Meditation Journal

Working with a Meditation Journal immediately after your meditation is the ultimate workbench.

This is the place where you can find out what works, what is challenging, and what was learned.

If you are using props, as suggested in Part 2, write in your journal about which props worked best during which time of the day. For example, you may have perfect strength in your spine for morning meditation, but need the support of props for evening meditation.

If you are working with a specific style of meditation, as suggested in Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5, comment on your experience in your Meditation Journal. Perhaps you will write on observations of your subtle energy system, or perhaps what physical effect it had on you.

You may also learn of congestion or a block in some part of your being. If so, familiarize yourself with this entity in your Meditation Journal.

You’ll learn more during meditation than any other time in your life- write it down!

This is because the learning will always be Experiential Learning. It is firsthand knowledge and understanding composed by you for you. There is no student-teacher relationship that can ever come close to this quality of bond and communication.


In Conclusion

You have potential to create a seamless meditative experience for your day-to-day.

It’s all about building that bridge with these post meditation exercises. You are encouraged to experiment, find what works best for you, make it your own, and stick with it.


Next Time

In our next article, we’ll finish the series with sharing a few “Mobile Meditations” for you to perform during your time away from your favorite crossed legs position.

These are quickies that you can discreetly perform during work or at home to supplement your peace until your next proper meditation.


Like always, if you have any questions about this or any other article, please ask by leaving a comment below. Also, we would love to start a conversation here. Tell us…do you enjoy meditation? What is your biggest challenge when meditating?


P.S. Quick reads like this are incredibly powerful and serve well to remind us, get us back on track, and to help us learn new skills. However, for those of you out there who are interested in even bigger gains towards personal freedom, removing blocks, deepening relationships, and connecting to Source, consider Coaching. It is truly the most transformative experience you will ever have. If this is you, sign up for a free Coaching Strategy Session and learn what Coaching can do for you (serious applicants only).

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