Transcendental meditation could be a game-changer (Picture: Getty)
Feeling stressed? There’s a meditation technique that could help with that.
It’s relatively simple, too.
The next time you want to tap into your body and unwind, perhaps as soon as you wake up or after a stressful day, try incorporating a little something called transcendental meditation.
‘This is exactly how to use transcendental meditation to achieve heart coherence and shift your physical 3D reality’, coach @AscendWithAbby explains in a TikTok video.
‘Transcendental meditation has been the practice that has single-handedly changed my life. It affects your frequency, beliefs, identity and gets you into a state of heart-brain coherence.
So, how do you enact transcendental meditation and unlock its magical powers?
‘For this practice, you do need to be sitting upright’, Abby explains.
‘Begin by slowing your breathing down. Do something like box breathing, which is basically inhale four, hold four, exhale four, hold four, and repeat.
‘Then the process is to maintain single-minded concentration on drawing energy up your spinal cord, which you can do through solely focusing on that. Or you can use a mantra and focus on saying it repeatedly while also focusing on drawing that energy up into your pineal gland.
‘The absolute key is to repeat that mantra faster as you start to have interjecting thoughts.’
She says this can help foster a sense of bliss sometimes referred to as kundalini energy.
Worried about your concentration levels floundering?
Don’t worry: try listening to frequency music between four and seven hertz and you’ll be well on your way.
Even if you’re not into the spiritual side of medication, keep in mind that the NHS recommends it as a way to help you sleep better, purge your mind of worries, and help ease anxiety easing anxiety, stress and low mood.
With benefits like that up for grabs, why not have a go?
Do you have a story to share?
Get in touch by emailing [email protected].
There’s a new meditation technique on the block.