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Meditation 1, or Meditation 2?
on 28 May 2014
I have both Meditation 1, and Meditation 2. The desire is to change as many beliefs as you can, as quick as you can. Although both the meditations follow the same induction (putting you into a state of alpha) the dialogue that follows, timing and pace, and background sound track is different. For me, Meditation 2 is preferred, which changes one belief (48 minutes?). It is absolutely astounding. I found I had to return to the start a dozen times, every time I first used it, with my mind always wanting to wander, (and I think that's the only way you can do it), but my mind eventually managed focus on the words, and seriously, if you follow the understanding of what this is actually doing, and how to do this properly from the book, the results are astonishing. This blows everybook I've ever read in the past 40 years searching, out of the water.
Meditation 1 (with 2 belief changes) seems to have a lot more talking which I found myself having to concentrate on too much. This may be a matter of preference. The back ground music is piano, which, for me, instead of sailing me away, is a bit too distracting (this might just come from my past when my music teacher used to beat me with her piano).
The book and the CD's cost about £20. Consider this to be the greatest investment you will ever make in your life. I am not some self help numpty tlking here, this is real science, neurology, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, and full on psychology here, with a background of qualifications and professional support. Do not hesitate ! I've spent 40 years researching mind, body, perception, reality, what the bleep is this all about? (Watch the film 'What the bleep do we know) and now the entire search, for the present, is over. Rather than go on forever, just invest in this and have your mind blown.