In the Rhine Center in Durham, they research “chi” and they have found it to change – increase dramatically – in certain circumstances, such as with healers. We all want a lot of chi.
What happens during the actual meditation?
For one person it will be basically sitting quietly to “empty the mind”; there can be tremendous benefits in this. However, in a recent research study, the subjects would do almost anything to avoid sitting in silence. On the other hand, in a setting such as the AYRIAL meditation with another person, that problem disappears.
As opposed to “sitting quietly,” you may respond more to a lightly guided meditation focused on relaxing.
Or if you’re bogged down by a problem, we can bring a meditative skill to it—again, after you empty your mind of brain chatter. One principle of how the mind operates is that if you clutch at a problem, your brain begins to go over it, round and round, in loops. So, often you have to “let it go,” in order to solve it. Also, you are releasing stress, replacing it with a natural flow, which benefits you in every way, including physically and emotionally—at the office, at home, and in your inner relationship to yourself as well.
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