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In 2019, EEG expert Judith Pennington published a mind-blowing study that showed that, in novice meditators: “EcoMeditation produced extraordinarily high levels of Gamma Synchrony … participants acquired elevated brain states normally found only after years of meditation practice. EcoMeditation facilitated participants’ ability to induce and sustain the alpha brain waves characteristic of high-level emotional, mental, and spiritual integration.”

The benefits don’t end there. Other incredible data from clinical trials of EcoMeditation show:

How EcoMeditation Changes Your Brain

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MRI scans show that EcoMeditation decreases activity in the brain regions associated with self-focus and suffering (blue above right), and increases activity in the areas of compassion (red above right).

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“For the first time in many years, I felt deep peace. I’m still in amazement that I can meditate after failing at every other meditation method I’ve tried!” —Cristianna O
“At last, a meditative state is easily achievable for me! ... opened my eyes to the potential of a consistent practice. When the science was tied in, the “why” of meditation at last made sense.” —Ben Goldstein
“The morning following the class was the first time I had ever successfully meditated — in my entire life. All 52 years of it. I'm not someone who's calm, ever. And I was. What a revelation!” —Susan Albers, MD
The 7 Steps of EcoMeditation

Before you begin, turn off your cell phone, laptop, and alerts. Give yourself the gift of 20 minutes of undisturbed time. You can do this first thing in the morning (my favorite time), last thing at night, or during a break in the day. Sit upright in a quiet place where you won't be interrupted.

1. Use your fingertips to tap on each of the EFT acupressure points in any order, while holding the intention that you are in a calm and peaceful state, and nothing matters except the gift of undisturbed time you are now giving yourself. Tap from top to bottom, and when you get to the last point, start on the first point again. If you don't know the tapping points, you can find them on the diagram here.

This is time just for you. Let all your preoccupations vanish, and allow yourself to be fully present. As you tap, say, "I release any and all blocks to inner peace. I release all tension in my body. I release anything in my past, present or future that stands between me and inner peace."

2. Stop tapping and relax your hands. Close your eyes, and let your tongue rest loosely on the floor of your mouth.

3. Feel your hands. Feel your feet. Feel the space inside your hands. Feel the space inside your feet. Feel the space inside your legs, your arms, your torso, your neck and head. Feel the space inside your whole body. Picture a big empty space behind your eyes. Picture a big empty space between your eyebrows. If thoughts arise in your mind at any point during the meditation, just let them go. Watch them drift like clouds across the sky, without attachment.

4. Breathe slowly, for 6 seconds per out-breath, and 6 seconds per in-breath. Count to 6 silently each time you breathe in, and each time you breathe out. Notice how relaxed your tongue is. Picture the big empty space behind your eyes. Keep your tongue relaxed.

If physical sensations arise in your body, such as aches or pains, just observe them. You don't have to do anything about them. Keep your attention focused on your breath, counting 6 seconds in, and 6 seconds out.

5. Visualize the location in your chest where your physical heart resides. Imagine breathing in and out through your heart, while maintaining 6 second in-breaths and 6 second out-breaths. Maintain a relaxed tongue.

6. Imagine a beam of love pouring out through your heart toward a person or place that you love with each out-breath. Stay in this state for several breaths. Notice the big empty space behind your eyes, and how relaxed your tongue is on the floor of your mouth

7. Bring the beam of love back into your body, into the area of your physical heart. Send that love to any part of your body that is uncomfortable or in pain. To end the meditation, take 3 deep 6 second breaths.

When you feel complete with the meditation, return your attention to the room you're in. Open your eyes and look at the object closest to you, and observe its characteristics, such as color, texture, and weight. Shift your gaze and look at the object furthest away from you. Notice your breath. Notice the weight of your body on the chair or on the surface on which you're sitting. Feel your hands and feet. Be aware of the time.

Bring yourself back to the here and now. While a meditative state supports our well-being, it's also vital to orient yourself to the "real world" and function there effectively at the end of each meditation period.

Do this every day for a week, and you'll notice a difference in how you feel during the rest of the day. Do this every day for a month, and you'll be hooked. It only requires 20 minutes, though you may want to gradually increase your time frame to 30 or 45 minutes.

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What Studies Show About Master Meditators: High-resolution MRIs and EEGs are now showing us what’s going on in the body and brain of a meditation master. They have large amounts of the slowest brain waves, alpha, theta and delta, as well as the fastest wave, gamma. They have small amounts of beta, the signature wave of worry and stress. Their bodies generate a unique “cocktail” of 7 hormones and neurotransmitters, including pleasure chemicals like serotonin, dopamine and oxytocin. Their nervous systems are firing in “coherence,” relaxed but alert. The happiness centers of their brains are lit up, while the self-absorbed parts shut down. They are literally in “bliss brain.” Amazingly, when novice meditators follow the 7 steps below, “strong echoes” of these very same changes are observed.

Research validating the remarkable benefits of EcoMeditation has been published in peer-reviewed professional journals.

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