Guided Meditations

VIDEO: How To Do The Instant Release Meditation Technique!

Here’s a short video from Sunday’s live “instant release” meditation class. I hope you enjoy it. This was a private group of “serious” folks who came together to practice their inner clearing skills together, which was great. 🙂 I thoroughly enjoyed it — you can watch a short sample of the “instant release” meditation training above.

If you attended Part 1 last week (the free one), some of the feedback was that I should “get to the meditation” faster. (Thanks so much for that not-so-subtle suggestion, Jerry!) So, what I did in the following video sample is I skipped most of the preamble for you. You will see, we get straight into the “instant release” meditation by the 5th minute.

Now! Do you ever have a nosy mind or distracting thoughts when trying to meditate? 🙂

Because mid-way through this video, you’ll hear me share a great technique for easily dealing with that. (Most people don’t know this and it makes meditation much more difficult, in my humble opinion).

In the full class, we practiced the skills together for 90 minutes which was very powerful. I provided 3 ways to expand on this basic technique and go deeper into the spaciousness. It feels good to grow your inner clearing skills.

This gives you OPTIONS so you can more easily find something that works in any situation. And most important, this was about actually DOING the practice. That’s the only way it works. It’s really all about actually doing the practice.

Anyway, please enjoy the “instant release” video above. And thanks for participating in whatever way you do. I hope you enjoy as much as I do!

For your best “you”.

– Matt Clarkson

P.S. If you want more information about live training events like this one, you can sign up for more details here.

And if you’d like an instant video/audio download of Sunday’s class, you can still get that here.

Enjoy! 🙂

2 replies on “VIDEO: How To Do The Instant Release Meditation Technique!”

Hi Matt,
I would like to know the different benefits between Part 2 to last week’s seminar ($29) and your “How to Clear Anything in 7 Days” program ($49) as I currently cannot afford to purchase both.

I liked last week’s seminar a lot! And while the introduction was long, it was also really valuable for me to have that lengthy introduction. I can understand that some people who are already familiar with the content found it too long but, please, consider and cater the newcomers equally because they are your new customers. Maybe divide seminars up for experienced practitioners (straight into the meditation) and newcomers (I would want the exact length of your introduction as it was of immense value to me!!!!).

So, yeah, if you could please tell me the different benefits between Part 2 and your 7 day program then I can decide whether to attend Part 2 which I kind of would like to.

Thanks, Bena

Hi Bena,

Glad you’re enjoying the material. 🙂

“How to Clear Anything in 7 Days” is your basic introduction that
explains all the principles and concepts of inner clearing — why it’s
important, the concepts you need to know, and how the techniques work
etc. You also get a short guided meditation with each daily session to
practice along and learn the techniques. Full details here:

Part 1 of last week’s webinar, “Mastering The Instant Release
Technique” focused on the doing the meditation from Day 1 of “How to
Clear Anything in 7 Days” together. As you know, there was some explanation
of the concepts here too, but it was mainly about practice.

Part 2 was ALL about deepening the practice. We practiced the meditation
together — I guided you through it then you practiced on your own. I
also provided 3 more options to expand and deepen the basic technique. So
Part 2 was even all about actually practicing and deepening the technique
together in a small group.

Glad you’re enjoying the material. And thanks for reminding me that some people
would like a little more explanation at the beginning! 🙂

Thank you for the question.

– Matt

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