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The brain scrub for druids - reflection


The Brain Scrub is deliberate to help you overcome the "monkey mind" which leaps and bounces about from business to branch of learning in an uninhibited manner. After mastering this assignment you'll be able to instantaneously clear and calm your mind in any situation, allowing you to focus entirely on any subject.

Sit on the floor "Indian style". Don't worry about annoying to sit in any exact position. If you wish you can sit upright in a chair, just sit towards the front and let your feet rest flat on the floor. Keep your spine straight, shoulders back and just let your hands rest in your lap. Take a instant to relax and let your breathing soften.

Now, as you breathe in focus on the digit 1. Hold your focus and exhale. On the next gasp focus on the amount 2 and so on until you get to 10. The determination here is to focus completely on the records and not allow any other opinion to intrude. Bring to mind to breathe as I outlined in the clause on Breathing.

DO NOT beat manually up with this exercise! Our minds are constantly at work and the unqualified mind will bounce from brain wave to attention persistently (monkey mind) and even at some stage in this application you'll have other feelings arise.

The key is not to append to any of those thoughts. When other opinion arise just let them fade like a wisp of smoke, casual unheeded because of your consciousness and on out of your head.

Your goal is to count from 1 to 10 exclusive of attaching to any meddlesome thoughts, and if you do find manually assessment of whatever thing other than your affect digit then go back to one and start over.

This bring to bear is invaluable for education to charge your mind, and even hardened meditators will find it beneficial to go back and attempt occasionally.

This application is exceptionally good for the Druid as once you can finally calm your mind you open up to a whole new world of atmosphere and sensation. Now the world takes on a new feel for the reason that you have the capability to be so much more aware of it.

One of the troubles with the monkey mind is the fact that it uses up your awareness. Once you can still the mind you can open up to the deeper levels and be converted into aware of the inner voices (you can call them attitude guides, angels, demons or whatever) that can lead you in the information you need to go. It also allows you to befit aware of the other energies that surround you, building it easier to broaden your senses in new directions.

EVERYTHING is about awareness and intention! (Get used to audible range that) Once you arise your awareness it's very easy to focus your goal to coin the outcome you're looking for. That's magick of the chief order.


Robert Morgen is a Reiki Master who now holds a Black Belt in Hoshin Roshi Ryu. He's the creator of the Kundalini Arousing Argument Group, the Druids Circle Argument Group and the (offline) Druids Circle in Lakewood, CO. You can find more info on all these at; www. druidscircle. info

He's also the creator and Executive Executive of the Windhaven Foundation for Sustainable Living.

He writes a conventional editorial on cunning energy for Fight Times Magazine and a twice monthly editorial on Kundalini Beginning at Alumbo. com.

In accumulation to beliefs about energy work and Kundalini Arousing he donates time to teach about Renewable Energy, Another Edifice and Creating Sustainable Lifestyles in a number of Communal Schools.

He travels and teaches as much as feasible and you can find out how to be present at one of his Kundalini Initiation seminars at his website at; www. windhavenco. org

His new book "Personal Mastery: Advance Your True Inner Power By Initiation Your Kundalini" is now existing at http://www. lulu. com/RobertMorgen.


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