Coaching: The Science of Meditation

Coaching: The Science of Meditation

Scientists have discovered that when a person is sitting in the lotus position, his brain waves will immediately change from β waves to α waves, even if he does not meditate.

This change means that one’s mind becomes calmer.

When we sit down and meditate, we find some impure thoughts emerging in our minds.

A rough mind (conscious mind) is more than agitated.

It swims through five sensory organs (eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin) and five motor organs (vocal cords, hands, feet, anus, genitals), like ten wild horses.

A great yogi once said: “The soul is like a drunk monkey stabbed by a scorpion.

“The human endless mind, blindly walking from one sense of pleasure to another sense of pleasure, is like a drunk monkey caused by alcohol addiction.

It was like being jealous, greedy, and conceited by a scorpion stabbed and struck by hatred.

Therefore, the greatest victors on earth are those who conquer their hearts.

  How can one conquer this turbulent desire?

How to get a calm mind?

There is only a way through meditation!

Meditation is a spiritual science.

People who teach meditation need to have a higher understanding of the self, so only people who practice spiritual practice can teach meditation.

  According to experiments in modern medicine: when a person who is proficient in meditation or yoga meditates, their brain waves are continuous alpha waves; when a person forces rational thinking or anxiety, and is nervous, most of his brain waves are beta waves.

Beta waves have a more irregular rhythm.

  Alpha waves are a state of worry-free, stress-free state. When a person sits in a quiet sit, his brain waves will change from beta waves to alpha waves.

Most people only have θ waves when they sleep, but in deep meditation, most of the brain waves are θ waves, which are related to the subconscious mind.

  When the meditation becomes deeper, the θ wave will become a δ wave.

Through meditation training, the mind will be systematically recreated into a healthier, more coordinated state.

Scientific experiments have proven that meditation can reduce depression, stress, apathy, headaches, insomnia and absentmindedness, and can increase attention and memory.

The autonomic nervous system (part of the nerves that controls the internal functions of the human body) is connected to the hypothalamus of the human brain, which is controlled by the limbic system of the midbrain.

Meditation can affect a person’s midbrain and stabilize the hypothalamus and human emotions.

  The structure of the human brain is similar to that of walnuts and can be divided into two parts.

The left half controls the body of the right half, and the right half controls the left body.

The human left brain is analytical, logical, and rational, so it is a substitute for science and mathematics.

The right brain belongs to intuition and creativity, so it is recognized as music and art.

With the development of science and technology, we have ignored the development of the right brain.

Therefore, in order to harmonize the development of intelligence and intuition, it is necessary to practice meditation.

Due to the lack of integration of different parts of the brain, deviations in body function are caused.

When different parts of the brain function inconsistently, tension and disease occur.

And by sitting still we can avoid these problems.

Meditation can increase our concentration, reduce diminution, pain and frustration.

The meditator discovers that the inner world is the source of human fine pleasure.

  When a person is sitting in meditation, it increases blood flow to the brain by 35 percent.

The amount of blood provided to the brain is closely related to our mental ability.

And as blood volume increases, the relative amount of oxygen increases, and as a result, brain function is improved.

Meditation can also help our body get a rest, because the level of oxygen in the human body will decrease by 20%, and people will feel completely relaxed.  Long ago, yogis knew and taught that life can be controlled.

The left (Ida) and right (Pingala) veins are positive and negative nerve centers that intersect in the back of the spine.

Through life-controllable exercises, yogis develop more sophisticated projections and intuitions.

Life can control ten kinds of vayus or breath of life in the body.

The vital energy in the human body is composed of these ten kinds of vitality, which play an important role in the body.

Through vital energy control, man can control these ten breaths.

Vital control can also increase memory and develop the mental and subconscious mind (or the second chakra of the body-the reproductive chakra).

  This breathing technique is not only related to the energy of the body, but also to the harmony and calmness of the mind.

The scientist said: “When a person’s breathing is fast, cluttered, and shallow, the mind is in a state of perturbation.

When breathing is regular, deep and stable, the mind becomes stable and the thought process becomes clear.

“Vital energy control can help control the vital energy in the body, can increase the period during which the vital energy is temporarily suspended, and thus help the mind to accept the subtle ideas.

  Pleasant food is important for meditation.

The so-called pleasant food refers to food that does not stimulate the body and the mind.

Our body is made up of countless cells, and these cells need pure and pleasant food to make them.

Pure food develops pure cells, and pure cells develop pure hearts.

Each cell has a different mind (latent and undeveloped) from the individual human mind.

The relationship between epigenetic cells and primary cells forms a synthetic structure of body and mind.

The human mind has a direct relationship with the body’s primary and epigenetic cells.

The nature of the food and water we eat affects cells and slenderly affects the mind.

Practicing meditation and yoga as well as eating pleasant food can develop our body and mind.

  Everything in the world has energy in it, and this energy is the core of every element.

A synthetic material structure is composed of five basic elements. These five basic elements are respectively Tai, wind, fire, water, and earth. There is also a core in this synthetic structure. This core is the core of all individual elements.The collective core of this is called vital energy.

  The human body is also composed of these five basic elements.

Every element in the human body also has energy like other synthetic material structures. This is the core.

Vital energy in this human body can be converted into mechanical energy and can be turned into magnetic energy.

The snake catches its prey by using its magnetic energy.

Some aquatic organisms (such as electric eels) can generate electricity and capture prey.

If a potential animal is accidentally touched, a current will be felt.

Man can cause many incredible things by transforming the power of energy.

  Through yoga asanas, people can develop glands; through meditation, they can develop the mind.

The body and the mind influence each other. When the body and mind are pure and developed, spiritual growth begins.

  By sitting still, our vital energy can be transformed into spiritual energy.

Many spiritualists have many good things for the whole world because they can use all their spiritual powers for the well-being of society.