Healing Meditation

Meditation To Enhance AIM With Evan Slawson

The Art and Importance of Meditation

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Meditation has been proven to have many psychological, spiritual and physiological benefits. When your mind focuses on something specific, your brain activity shifts. Join EMC² Co-founder Evan Slawson to learn how to find better concentration with AIM to enrich your mind, body and soul.
Listen to the conference call from Co-Founder, Evan Slawson 1st.
Then enjoy the program here.
EMC² Healing Meditation
The EMC² Healing Meditation is a 14-minute audio program. You can either listen online, or download it to listen on your computer or MP3 player at your convenience. Please download and read this Introduction before doing the meditation itself
This .pdf file will help you with the visualization:


Healing Yourself

The most frequently asked questions of the FAQ’s is “who needs you?” Or, in more simple terms, “why can’t I heal myself without EMC²’s help? Frankly, I’d be amazed if anyone didn’t think about that question.

The most short and obvious answer is, you don’t need us, all you need is you. In fact, the only person you can heal is you. That has been the rule ever since healing first occurred, which was, roughly, when life first occurred.

Here is the contradiction. No one can heal you but you, and, at the same time, no one is more important to us than healers.

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What healers do is elevate your Consciousness. Healing is the removing of lower levels of Consciousness. Because it falls within that definition, prayer is both a healing and spiritual technology. The Sacrament of Energetic Balancing is a Spiritual Technology because it guides you to focus on your energetic imbalances with an insisting and unremitting heightened level of Consciousness. In fact, your focus is perpetual.

Now let’s return to the first question, who needs the Sacrament of Energetic Balancing? I do, because healing myself the old fashioned way is a full time job. I can’t take off weekends or holidays. I would have to abandon all else, my research, public speaking engagements, the ministry at EMC² and not to mention my social life, which would be non-existent.

I received a letter from a woman who did just that, she healed herself the old fashioned way. Her name is Emily and in 2002 she was very ill. She took a year off of work and spent her time meditating, resting, practicing yoga, eating a strict diet and spending many hours in prayer. I believe she elevated her Consciousness to save her own life. She was not aware of energetic balancing in 2002 and simply had no other choice but to take this path. Today, Emily is on our program and continues to heal herself everyday, with plenty of time for work, and an active social calendar with family and friends.

We know that some of our greatest spiritual leaders have spent years alone in the desert or mountain elevating their Consciousness. Their heightened states of Consciousness are a magnificent reflection of their dedication. Perhaps that would be the wiser choice, but I am not guided to take that direction. Therefore, I shall take advantage of the Spiritual Technology of the Sacrament of Energetic Balancing, in the hope that I can have my cake and eat it too.

Should you choose to raise your consciousness and heal yourself as Emily did, you have our admiration, our respect and our best wishes. But it is a full time job and a formidable task.

If, on the other hand, you find you are unable to make that old fashioned commitment to self-healing, we will gladly make room for you on the trays which provide the Sacrament of Energetic Balancing, should you be so guided.

Written by Stephen Lewis, 2006 Founder Articles, www.aimprogram.com for original text.

How to Meditate

Meditation refers to a condition where your body and mind are consciously relaxed and focused. Practitioners of this art account increased awareness, focus, and concentration, as well as a more positive outlook in life.

While there are several different approaches to meditation, the basic principles stay the same. The most essential among these principles is that of removing disruptive, negative, and drifting thoughts and fantasies, and soothing the mind with a deep sense of focus. This clears the mind of debris and prepares it for a higher quality of activity.

The negative thoughts you have are said to add to the ‘polluting’ of the mind, and closing them out allows for the ‘purification’ of the mind so that it may center on deeper, more meaningful thoughts.

Some practitioners even shut out all sensory input – no sights, no sounds, and nothing to touch – and try to separate themselves from the disorder around them. You may now focus on a deep, profound thought if this is your goal.

If the position allows you to relax and focus, then that would be a good starting point. While sitting or standing, the back should be straight, but not tense or tight. In other positions, the only no-no is slouching and falling asleep.

Loose, comfortable clothes help a lot in the process since tight fitting clothes have a tendency to choke you up and make you feel tense.

The place you perform meditation should have a soothing atmosphere. It may be in your living room, or bedroom, or any place that you feel comfortable in.

Silence helps most people relax and meditate, so you may want a quiet, isolated area far from the ringing of the phone or the humming of the washing machine. Pleasing scents also help in that regard, so stocking up on aromatic candles isn’t such a bad idea either.

In all, meditation is a relatively risk-free practice and its benefits are well worth the effort (or non-effort – remember we’re relaxing).

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