Meditating using the Nitaai Breathing Technique Meditation is often considered the art of doing nothing. But in this three-dimensional world that we live in, it is not possible to achieve that state of nothingness so easily. When a person meditates, he withdraws his consciousness from the scattered points and focuses them on a single subject. For example, when you practice deep breathing meditation, you withdraw your awareness from your surroundings and focus on your breathing process. Deep breathe in. Deep breathe out. You focus on how each breath comes in and goes out. How it touches your nose and fills your lungs and how it makes you uncomfortable after holding on for a while. Studies on meditation have been conducted since 1950s. Yet, most of the findings on meditation had been unreliable. In 2013, researchers at John Hopkins identified 47 studies that qualified as well-designed studies on meditation. They found that results of meditation are unquantifiable and vague.
The problem is that meditation influences people at diverse levels. One person could find himself achieving super cognitive abilities and some other might be experiencing withdrawal symptoms. The effects of meditation on human body are thus, unpredictable. That is because when a person starts meditating, there are innumerable variables in human body that begin to redefine themselves. The basic benefits of meditation may be quantified but after a point, it is impossible to map what a meditation can do to a person.
Even the most basic meditations are said to play with the electromagnetic field of human body. They not only positively influence the field, but also expand it. In meditation you are allowing the free flow of electrical energy throughout your body. Based on your current energy and consciousness, meditation will unfold. But the core of meditation is focus and energy. When you focus your energies onto a specific part of your body, or even a person or even a plant, it responds. When you focus your energies on your pineal gland, you experience much better moods and sleep patterns.
Energy flows, where focus goes. When you practice the Nitaai Breathing technique, you are amplifying your focus on yourself. The sound energy is thus converted into life-energy and transferred to the part of your body, you focus on. That’s the very reason you are so refreshed and relaxed after 5-10 minutes of Nitaai Breathing Technique. Your body is completely relaxed and rejuvenated. Your electromagnetic field expands and take a beautiful shape around you. You are aware. But Nitaai Breathing is more than a simple meditation. It is a powerful technique to raise your vibrations. It’s a powerful method to take control of your life and give yourself an opportunity to wake up and see. It is a universally accepted technique. Above all, you don’t have to pay anything to learn Nitaai Breathing. Nitaai Breathing is freely available to everyone. It’s secular. It’s useful. It’s something the world needs more than ever. It’s something you’ll be happy to have and pass on.