Creating Your Meditation Strategy to Get Results


Meditating without a plan is like taking a holiday with no idea where you’re going or what you are going to do. All that will happen is that you will get lost and won’t end up achieving anything. If you do meditate without having a clear strategy, you’ll find that your interest in meditating will wane and you’ll simply stop meditating. However, if you develop a strategy for what you want out of your meditation, then you’ve got a goal. This implies that you are going to stick with your meditation until you achieve your ultimate goal.

Many reasons exist for why you may want to meditate. The most typical reason that people in western society want to meditate is to deal with stress and overwork. So, should you be developing a meditation for you to deal with this concern, your strategy should be like this:

1. Study how to meditate to bring you to ultimately a reason for calm

2. Meditate to overcome the pressure

3. Meditate to overcome the element that is resulting in the stress.

What you see in this basic meditation strategy is the fact that, meditating to be calm and stress-free is only half the battle. If you are stressed, your meditation strategy should include meditating on how to deal with the root cause of your stress. For example, if someone is abusive and rude everyday, your meditation strategy should include meditating on how to deal with them. Keep in mind that to make this happen  it may take you months of meditation just to overcome this issue.

Meditation when done  effectively is a very good tool.  It allows you to develop in your mind  in a way that allows you to cope with any situation. For example, if a person is rude to you, you can use reflective meditation to develop strategies on how to deal with them. To achieve this, I would first read a variety of  books on how to deal with difficult people.

I would personally then identify a strategy for dealing with this difficult person and then use reflective meditation to actually work through the techniques in your mind. In fact, you can use the reflective meditation technique to deal with them mentally. Essentially what you are trying to do is to use scenario based meditation. The cool part about this type of meditation is that your thoughts are open. This enables you to try different ways of dealing with various situations and see whether those techniques will help.

Another reason to use meditation is to ensure that knowledge ingrains into our mind. This remind us or prompts us on how to deal with a situation when it occurs, rather than going into panic mode and then getting defensive and shutting our mind down. The brain is significantly more powerful than we consciously realize. The more we train our minds, the more powerful they become.

The bottom line is this, when your only reason to meditate is  to simply relax and release stress, you might be only addressing half of the problem. To truly achieve a difference in your life, you must meditate to address what is causing the stress. If you are meditating to help address an issue, ensure that you develop a meditation plan. This is to ensure you have a clear outcome for the meditation session.

Similar to in business and life goals, using a long term meditation plan will assist you to sustain your focus. Ultimately, meditation is about helping you turn into a better person and to learn the best and way to enlightenment.

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