Meditation and Centering Exercise: Powerful integration of three tools that together will create a huge shift in your ability to sustain focus, attention and concentration.
1. Body-breath centering
2. Full sensory expanded awareness
3. Progressive focus on seeing . hearing . sitting . touching
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This is the secret sauce for anyone in a leadership role. For our purposes here that can mean simply being the leader of your own life/brain/mind. Evolutionary Leadership, as we define it, is determined by your commitment to have a positive impact on the world and on those around you, Scale is not as important as your ability to sustain focus, clarity of purpose, and awareness. This combined set of three exercises is an unparalleled tool that will help you do that.
Get this sequence i.e. repeat all three stages for a week or ten days (15 minutes once a day), then move to doing just the last stage (which is an integration of ll of them) for five minutes, twice or three times daily. Do this for a month. After a month of doing that daily contact us. We have a special bonus for you.
We could say that meditation doesn’t have a reason or doesn’t have a purpose. In this respect it’s unlike almost all other things we do except perhaps making music and dancing. When we make music we don’t do it in order to reach a certain point, such as the end of the composition. If that were the purpose of music then obviously the fastest players would be the best. Also, when we are dancing we are not aiming to arrive at a particular place on the floor as in a journey. When we dance, the journey itself is the point, as when we play music the playing itself is the point. And exactly the same thing is true in meditation. Meditation is the discovery that the point of life is always arrived at in the immediate moment. Alan Watts