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Title: HOW DO WE LEARN MEDITATION IN STAGES?
Author: Fraser Trevor
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HOW DO WE LEARN MEDITATION IN STAGES? Stages Meditation is not a spiritual practice. Meaning it wasn’t designed for people whose spiritual...
HOW DO WE LEARN MEDITATION IN STAGES?

Stages Meditation is not a spiritual practice. Meaning it wasn’t designed for people whose spiritual path involves detaching from society. This method was designed by our students for what we called “Every-Day Meditation.” For people who are fully engaged in life. Multi-tasking people with hyperactive minds. People with jobs, relationships, families and stuff. In other words…people like you.


To practice Stages Meditation, you sit comfortably in a chair with your back supported and your eyes closed. You allow your mind to settle down to increasingly quieter levels of consciousness by utilising the power of the child within to bubble gently to the surface . There is no focusing, concentrating or contemplating involved – and you don’t have to control the mind in any way. The technique feels natural, simple and effortless because you never have to ‘try’ to meditate. You never feel that you have to try to push thoughts away or concentrate on images. You won’t be reliant upon CDs, DVDs, or headphones in order to experience the deepest states of your awareness. You also won’t be asked to “think about this and now visualise that” to manufacture a good mood. The time will often fly by, and over time you’ll learn to meditate almost anywhere, no matter how noisy or busy or bright it is


WHAT IF MY MIND IS TOO CRAZY TO MEDITATE?
OR WHAT IF I CAN’T SIT STILL?
If you feel like your mind is always active, or that your body is too fidgety to sit still, you are actually a perfect candidate for this technique because you don’t have to ‘try’ to stop thinking, try to sit still, or ‘try’ to do anything for that matter. ‘Trying’ to meditate is actually what excites the mind and leads to more thinking. Stages Meditation effortlessly settles the mind and body in the most natural and immediate way.




The Ten Stages is a studied recovery course. It is a source of reconnection a method of unlearning and a reintroduction to our child within which leads us back to our one true intuitive voice.We start to learn and come out of our protective dysfunctional shell and reclaim our lives. #childwithin#10stages

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