I’ve been exploring the potential of information technology a lot lately. I am amazed at how this technology offers me new and easier ways to share the message and methods of Brain Education. However, I never forget to return to nature and connect with the life force that is imbued in all of creation—whether animate or inanimate.
If we get lost in the whirl of information that characterizes our modern life, it’s easy to forget its purpose—our purpose. It’s easy to get knocked off-center and lose our sense of self.
Going outside, walking down a tree-lined street, sitting amidst red rocks and taking in your surroundings are great ways to ground yourself in nature. But because the same energy that flows through the rocks and trees also flows through each of us, you can do it while sitting in front of your computer.
You can use the power of modern technology to enjoy the meditation below, and then use the power of your brain’s imagination to create a natural environment in your mind. By focusing inside, you can access nature’s energy and revitalize yourself.
Why not take a couple of minutes to try this simple meditation, which uses the element of water to clear from your heart and lungs any energy that is not flowing smoothly. Let others know how it makes you feel in the comments section.
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Narrated by Michael Munson
Recorded by Best Life Media
Imagine water pours in
through the top of your head
and slowly comes down over your heart.
Breathe and focus on your heart,
the pounding organ of your heart.
With excessive emotion,
the heart weakens over time.
Let the sound of the water
penetrate deeply into your heart.
And the heart slowly relaxes.
Now, water rushes through your lungs.
Inhale and fully expand your lungs.
Exhale and release.
When the lungs are weak,
they can carry sadness and sorrow.
Allow the sound of the water
to rush through the lungs.
Vibration through your lungs.
The lungs relax,
and the breathing becomes deeper, slower.