Meditation Methods

How To Raise Your Energetic Vibration <<< Powerful Meditation Technique Revealed!

Not so long ago, in a galaxy far, far away…..

My good friend Kevin Schoeninger hosted a special tele-class for all our “Core Energy Meditation” students.

The good news is I just posted the recording for you, so you can listen in here:

In this session, you’ll hear Kevin share his inspiring story and big ah-has that led to Core Energy Meditation. Kevin also talks about your 3 major energy centers, and how you can balance and integrate them to raise your energetic frequency.

Next, Kevin takes the time to answer our student’s questions, which I think you’ll find the most interesting and helpful of all. The Q&A covers everything from:

img-10* How much time should you spend with each energy center, for maximum “frequency raising” effect?

* What should you do when you have injuries…. or when your stuff comes up…. or when you can’t concentrate?

* How does Core Energy Meditation positively affect your diet?

There are some real gems here — I think you will find this class for CEM students most helpful.

So please, take the time for yourself to listen and get the most out of it.


– Matt & Kevin

P.S. Don’t miss out. This is important information that will deepen your insight and understanding about meditation, how to raise your energetic vibration, and live your highest and best life.

P.P.S. Share it with your friends, and if they have great taste, they’ll think you’re really smart and awesome. Thanks. LOL 🙂

Meditation Methods

Koan Meditation

Meditation-1024x1024A Koan is a question or a puzzle given to a meditator to contemplate during a meditation session. The object is to think long and hard about the question and try to solve the puzzle. It does not matter whether you are right or wrong in your conclusions, only that you have tried to solve the puzzle in depth. Even if you believe you have the right answer to the puzzle, you need to continue contemplating it from all angles not previously considered. Koan Meditation is an exercise in just being.

Contemplating Koans is said to lead the practitioner to Enlightenment or a state of being fully aware. Meditating on a Koan focuses the mind on one single task. During the meditation, you are expected to ask yourself many questions related to the Koan in attempting to solve the puzzle. The Koan itself is just a tool used to understand the true nature of yourself and all that is.

Examples of puzzles you can ponder on are as follows:

1. What did you look like before you were conceived?

2. When clapping with two hands, a sound is made. What is the sound of one hand clapping?

3. How can the eyes see themselves without using a mirror?

4. If a tree falls in the woods and there is nobody there to see it fall, does it make a sound?

5. Does the mind create all things?

6. Without speaking, without words. How can the truth be expressed?

7. What came first, the chicken or the egg?

8. Show me the source of Earth, Wind, Fire and Water?

9. Is half a cup of water half empty or half full?

10. Does a dog have Buddha nature?

Koans can also be short stories or parables to contemplate. They are not rational questions with rational answers. They are used as catalyst to understand the nature of reality and the self. They are impossible puzzles that can’t be solved, but the journey we take when pondering them leads to great understanding and knowledge in a very profound way.

A Koan is designed to make the mind and ego very unhappy through the frustrating and deep contemplative path we follow in attempting to solve the puzzle. Koans make the brain back flip and leads the practitioner to a place beyond the mind and ego. Upon reaching this point in the meditation, one experiences enlightenment.

To prepare for a Koan Meditation you need to sit comfortably either cross legged on the floor or in a chair. Close your eyes and take three long deep breaths to relax. Follow your respirations with your mind until you reach a point of calmness, effortless breathing and relaxation. Then bring the Koan into focus and contemplate the puzzle from as many angles as you possibly can. If you think you have the correct answer, contemplate it some more. Your objective is to exhaust the mind and your ego of all possibilities until you reach the point of blissful silence. Then you may indeed attain enlightenment.

Author Bio: Sandra Markcrow has been meditating for 20 years and has learnt many techniques for achieving the greatest success in your meditation journey. If you would like to learn more about Meditation techniques, aids to meditation and share in her knowledge and experience, visit 

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