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Being in Flow

by Meena Modi

The secret to success and transformation is the power of your own awareness and learning to flow with it.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Introduction
5:08 $0.99
2. Introduction: Stress to Rest
1:31 $0.99
3. Stress to Rest
10:21 $9.99
4. Introduction: Still Body Clear Mind
1:30 $0.99
5. Still Body Clear Mind
11:45 $9.99
6. Introduction: Insight Into Problems
3:05 $0.99
7. Insight Into Problems
13:24 $9.99
8. Introduction: Sound of Silence
2:37 $0.99
9. Sound of Silence
14:38 $9.99
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Album Notes
The most potent power of transformation is our own awareness. A scientific method to develop this power is meditation. What does meditation mean here? In Sanskrit the word "dhyana", loosely translated as meditation, means attention--sustained, laser-like attention. Paying attention means being attentive to awareness and flowing effortlessly with it.

The sense-withdrawal exercises given here are simple and effective prescriptions to start developing this attention to awareness. These are centuries-old methods adapted for contemporary life.

The benefits of these exercises may be felt in just 10-15 minutes a day. A stressful mind is not able to focus. To relax the body and mind, it is important to learn to be an objective witness.The first step is to develop objective attention, be a witness. Objective awareness relaxes the body, reduces anxiety, clears the mind, and improves focus. Directed within a clear mind, it can unveil answers to our deepest questions. Being with the internal silence is a solid foundation peace and happiness. These four short exercises guide you every step of the way.

Building a regular practice becomes a routine clean-out that removes mental and emotional clutter. It prevents the build-up of mental plaque. A peaceful space is created in which the mind and body can relax. This can lead to significant improvements in sleep, management of pain and anger, and the ability to deal with problems with great insight. It becomes possible to feel the power of silence. Life becomes more even-keeled. Anyone can do these short meditations.

These meditations are based on over 30 years of teaching experience with teens, parents, students (including college students), executives, lawyers, women in domestic abuse shelters, cancer patients and caregivers, patients with chronic diseases, and seniors. Each group found benefits with these practices and a greater ability to solve a range of problems: family and professional relationships, business decisions, life decisions, academic problem solving, writing blocks, and creative arts.

All profits are donated to charity.



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Barry J.

Benefits to Creativity
Numerous studies have highlighted the benefits of meditation in terms of fostering creativity; a group of Dutch researchers, for instance, found that the practice promoted “divergent thinking”, in which many new ideas are generated. After listening to this CD, I definitely agree: while my mind often feels freighted with clutter, these tracks have brought a sense of calm and awareness, which in turn bring about heightened perception and creative abilities. I can see why Disney’s creative team has hired a meditation teacher!
There are a couple of features that set this CD apart from the other meditation offerings. For one, the narrator has a wonderfully soothing voice that allows me to instantly relax and achieve the desired mental calmness. With other meditation tracks, I feel that this relaxation often spirals into a deep stupor and leads me to eventually fall asleep; here, however, the relaxation does indeed promote Insight into Problems and convert Stress to Rest. Furthermore, each track has clearly been carefully considered, with a clear and logical progression guiding the individual through the practice.
I have given this CD to a couple of friends, who have similarly spoken of a clear mind and enhanced creativity after going through the tracks. There is something very peaceful, almost addictive, about the ability to redirect your mind away from endless distractions and toward a more useful goal.


Short effective meditations
These are short and very effective--ideal for lunch breaks or after gym. Voice is incredibly soothing.


Short effective meditations
Love the voice on this CD--so soothing. The meditations are short and very effective. They are great for lunch breaks and after gym.

Max W.

Improve productivity
When I first read about flow in a paper by the Hungarian psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, the idea of complete immersion in a single, well-defined task sounded great. I had even experienced being in flow at times -- it felt like the distinction between a task and my performing that task completely disappeared. The only problem was that I couldn't get myself into this state whenever I wanted: sometimes I happened to fall into it, but most of the time I didn't and wasted a lot of time trying to force it.

This CD actually helps me get into flow whenever I want. Different tracks work well for different types of tasks. For example, if I'm about to practice the piano, I will listen to Still Body Clear Mind, whereas if I'm about to work on a math problem, I will listen to Insight into Problems. Now, I'm finding that I don't always need to listen to those two tracks whenever I want to get into flow since the CD effectively trained me to get into flow on my own. So while I do continue to listen to both of those tracks, now I'm listening more to Stress to Rest and Sound of Silence to get into flow for tasks that are less well-defined than music practice or math problem sets.

If you're looking for something that's relaxing, the this CD works very well, but its real benefit comes from improving productivity. Once you're in that state of flow in which you get things done so much faster than before, stress goes away on its own.