Meditation and Conscious Sleep Method

Meditation is an ancient technique based on a constant breathing pattern through a sound known as primordial sound that concentrates the mind and prevents dispersion thoughts for a perfect rest of mind, body and spirit.
Meditation is also particularly known in the West as the “fourth state of consciousness” and that every human being experiences in order:
1. Waking state : that is the normal state of a person when he is not asleep, and which dominate the beta brain waves that are oscillating sine waves more often.
2. Unconscious Idle state : that is normal sleep for 6 or more hours, where the body and brain repair their worn parts in living every day. In the beta waves also predominate although with less frequency and Deltha waves, the latter only when the person enters the sleep period.
3. Hypnotic state : this state of mind is considered separately because it is a state of wakefulness or relaxation, as the patient because we refer to medical science practiced, is not aware of his actions but not absent as in the rest unconscious state and know what you are thinking but can not direct his thoughts at will because it is guided by a specialist who seeks to extract experiences lived that have been consciously forgotten.
4. Conscious resting state : that is popularly known as meditation and places the individual in a state between sleep and wakefulness in that the person is deeply relaxed but aware of his surroundings, so it is known medically as the state of restful alertness. In this state predominate in brain alpha waves are sine waves with higher amplitude beta waves that are characteristic of a state of deep relaxation.
In this state the mind achieves its greater rest, even sleep than normal because to isolate the mind of all thought and prosecute it in a particular sound that can be a word, are purged recurrent thoughts that cause stress, anxiety, worry or anxiety.
To make a simple comparison has been shown in medical experiments experienced that meditators doing twenty minutes of daily meditation rest their minds and bodies more than eight hours of sleep. Unfortunately meditation has been the subject of much controversy, especially coming from the east because it has been associated with religious movements or currents or worse with esoteric currents where charlatans have to accommodate all kinds of adheresos order to “enhance their results” as fragrances, lights, etc.
But the truth is that meditation is a remarkable, scientifically proven method to clear the mind of thoughts and reactions automatic, unconscious ingrained by repetition and provide a special tranquility in the mood to deal with daily environmental asperesas. And it takes more than a chair or the floor to practice properly and a peaceful atmosphere.
Additionally it has been shown among other special results at regular physician who practiced meditation may slow down aging of the body for up to ten years and have no need to resort to psychoactive substances under as drugs, alcohol or snuff for extovertirse partially or achieve states of consciousness or exalted hysterical massively destroying brain cells or neurons.
And above all giving the meditator of special abilities to perceive and project themselves to the world as shown below:
In total, about 350 have been scientific studies conducted on the effects of regular meditation. The following list is a brief summary of these effects as they were discovered by the research program of Meditation (Scientific research on the technology of the Unified Field: Meditation and TM-Sidhi program, Maharishi International University, 1988).
Physical Benefits : Lowers blood. Calm psychosomatic ailments caused by stress. Lowers blood pressure. Strengthens the immune system. Slows the aging process. Recharge the batteries.
Psychological benefits : Calm. Appease. Energize. Set aside the concerns. Integrate. Brings clarity. It enhances the feeling of individuality. Promotes personal development.
At work : Improves concentration decreasing distraction. Improves memory. Learning becomes faster. Makes stay focused when you’re under pressure. Facilitates the flow of creative ideas.
In fun or entertainment : Enjoy enhanced through the senses without psychoactive substances or drugs. Immediate concentration. Capacity for total commitment. Lack of seriousness.
In relationships : More confidence in himself / herself. More tolerance. More sensitivity. More authenticity.
Educational Benefits : Development of mental potential. Optimization of brain functioning. Fuller understanding and the ability to better concentrate. Developing creativity. Development of intelligence. More learning ability. Increased academic achievement. Improved academic performance in college students.
Improvements in health : More efficient physiological functioning. More effective interaction with the environment. Beneficial effects on bronchial asthma. Less chance of heart attacks. More youthful. Improved health and longevity in the elderly. Reducing the need for medical attention. Decreased incidence of disease
Improvements in social behavior : Improved self-image. Personality development. Faster recovery from stress. Decreased use of caffeine, snuff, alcohol and other drugs.
Benefits for business and industry : Increased productivity. Improved relations at work. Increased physiological relaxation and less stress. Better health. Best job performance, satisfaction and improved labor relations.
As we have seen the results of meditation practice often are excellent and do not involve any particular belief, but to do so properly, give the following awards: Open your mind and consultation with experts, preferably neurologists about the benefits of this regular practice produces.
Avoid talking to charlatans or people ignorant on the subject, biased, biased or passionates in discrediting the effects this produces conscious resting state.
Uses an expert trainer to teach you how to practice. For this avoids hiring or taking classes with instructors induction esoteric nature or linking practices meditation with some sort of belief or religion.