6 Phase Meditation
If you could practice ONE thing every day that would create the most radical transformation in your life –
What would it be?
This could be the answer…
Boost your happiness by 20% or more
Condition your brain to experience more compassion
Envision your perfect day in vivid, high-definition detail
Amplify your energy and enjoy better health
...........and much, much more.
The 6 Phase Meditation is a 21-minute guided meditation that will help you organize and address some of the most pressing issues we all face. This is a not a specific religious- or cultural-based meditation. It’s an all-comers practice that nurtures the most focused devotee to the complete newb to meditation. Narrated by Vishen Lakhiani himself, the practice takes you through what he feels are the six essentials everyone needs in their lives to thrive.
Beyond all of the benefits agreed upon by science when it comes to meditation, this particular meditation is geared to have you reflect on things in your life. With the proper amount of focus, this practice can change your life, maybe even the first time you try it. Wrapped up in one tidy little package, the 6 Phase Meditation unfolds like this:
1. Love and Compassion
Mindvalley Founder Vishen Lakhiani says that compassion is, “Expressing the intention of moving from judgement to caring, from isolation to connection, from indifference or dislike to understanding… this phase is about feeling connected to other people and having a sense of compassion towards them.” As you are guided through this phase, you are taken from your sense of compassion for yourself, to the space you are in, and then out through your neighborhood, the town you live in, the region in which you reside, your home country, and then to our place globally on the earth. Most of us have a considerable disconnection to people in our own families, let alone what is happening to people in other countries. This phase plugs us back into not only ourselves and our immediate lives but also our place in the world.
The Complete Meditation
I’ve studied numerous spiritual systems. What I can tell you is that each of them govern their theology around compassion, love, forgiveness, and taking personal responsibility for yourself and your development. This practice will hit all the major points and extends you to bettering yourself