Meditation is a massive part of my life, and also a big part of keeping my mindfulness about me. As we know, mindfulness isn’t about being aware, but being purposely aware, really being in the moment of awareness of your existence. For example, I might be aware that I am gardening, but am I really aware of the interaction with nature and the impermanence of everything around me, including myself?
This might be going over your head a bit if you’re new to all this, but don’t worry, this is a journey you won’t regret taking and it takes a while to get to grips with. And even when you do start to master being mindful here and there, it’s so easy to slip out of this state and be dragged down by the modern world of grasping, desire and general non-realities. To combat this I use mindfulness meditation in a number of ways, and one of those ways is through binaural beats.
Binaural beats are capable of inducing an altered state of consciousness. By using specially engineered pulses, beats and tones, often mixed with music and sounds, binaural beats can be tuned to assist the brain in relaxation, meditation, stress reduction, pain management, improved sleep quality, super learning, enhanced creativity and intuition, remote viewing, telepathy and lucid dreaming. Audio embedded with binaural beats is often combined with various meditation techniques, as well as positive affirmations and visualization. All you need is a good pair of headphones and you can use this form of meditation anywhere you like.
Unfortunately, because it takes specialist programming and engineering to create binaural beats, the price of the most popular audio programs is often quite expensive.
Meditation is a massive part of everyday mindfulness exercise, yet it doesn’t need to mean sitting cross-legged or reciting mantras. Once you start practicing it’s kind of addictive, but positively so. If you want to check out binaural beats meditation to increase your mindfulness then check out Binaural Beats Meditation.