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Here’s what reviewers have to say about The RHM Meditation:
“The most powerful practice I’ve found so far in exploring these meditations.” – Leslie (rated 5 out of 5 stars)
“Very nice. Guiding meditation which left me both relaxed and energized, with a sense of fresh radiance.” – Louise (rated 5 out of 5 stars)
“I don’t usually listen to guided meditations . A friend recommended this. It’s excellent!” – Sandy Levy (rated 5 out of 5 stars)
“Wow, the heightened sensations I experienced during this breath meditation were nothing short of amazing. I feel both attuned to and transported out of my body!” – Emersyn (rated 5 out of 5 stars)
“I have never done a breath sweeping practice before but found it very energizing and invigorating. Thank you.” – Jane (rated 5 out of 5 stars)
Our body is a dynamic system of thoughts, feelings, experiences, and biology. The heart itself is the natural commander of this dynamic system otherwise known as the human body. Every health and healing system since the dawn of man has recognized the importance of the heart as an indicator of our general state of health. For instance, our heartbeat and blood pressure are the first things a traditional allopathic doctor will measure in an office visit. Since ancient times, chinese medicine places the heart in the role of commander of the blood and houses the spirit. Itis considered the emperor of the kingdom who can oversee from high and is rarely if ever treated directly, as it is seen as inherently balanced and that all disease and dysfunction are from some other part coming into disharmony rather than the heart itself. In eastern traditions, it is the place of our highest wisdom, the part of our soul that is connected to the eternal, reflected in the experience of our inner witness – the aspect of us that can perform self observation without judgement, conflict, doubt, or indifference, the part of ourselves that can be cultivated through meditation, self-reflection, and observation without reactivity.
Research demonstrates the electromagnetic field (EMF) of the heart is the strongest in the entire body yet can become weakened when exposed to chronic stress. This very same research is showing that a simple heart meditation based in gratitude, and practiced only ten minutes a day can greatly improve the health of the heart, and even reverse heart disease!
In Radiant Human Meditation, we are calling all resources back into the heart complex, a strong spiraling vortex of magnetic energy.
As the heart-field strengthens, radiant energy will begin to emanate from our heart center.
We facilitate this not only with the breath, clarity of focus, and strong intentions with the conscious observing mind, but also by utilizing the positive radiant frequency contained within the feeling of gratitude.
We take it in stages: First by utilizing a sweeping style of breathing to awaken the observing mind, strengthen the ability to maintain a presence of focus. We allow the observing mind to follow the breath as it moves throughout the body, and as each area of the body is penetrated with the observing mind, we are awakening the consciousness aspects of each area. This can feel a little challenging, as it starts to take the body out of the stress response and into a state of relaxation. This technique can be powerful as a way to calm any feelings of nervousness, stress, or anxiety.
Then we direct the breath to enter into the heart complex. The breath begins to fortify the electromagnetic field within the heart and we circulate that throughout our body. Then we work with the feeling of gratitude. Inviting our breath to merge with the feeling of gratitude within the heart complex, further increasing a positive radiant energy within the heart-field.
The quality of your breath reflects the vitality of your system. All the vitality you could aspire to cultivate is already inside of you just waiting to be liberated.
We use the breath, our conscious intention to direct the breath, and the act of observing the physical sensations at the level of the breath to shift the state of body and mind into more heart-coherence. As you focus on the physical sensations, the mind become more present and aware of what is happening now, and is able to release attachments located in either the past or the future.