To Live


To center yourself in pressure, stressful or chaotic environments; to locate and shed any dissociation that these cause, then fully experience you intended experience – this is living.

Sit and focus on the simple act of your breathing. Focus first on breathing from your diaphragm. Once you have fully connected to the diaphragm sensation, add the tip of your nose to your conscious awareness. Locate your sense of self in the experience of this breathing. The diaphragm drawing breath through the tip of your nose and into the lungs. Do this for at least three minutes every day. This is the minimum contribution to connecting spirit.

Breathing is an essential component of living. By focusing your awareness on it, you ground your body with your brain and then with your environment. This is the simples of the “mindfulness meditation” forms. It may seem simple, but it is very potent. Mindfulness increases the brain’s connection to each present moment by causing the production of electrochemical charges. These connect the sensory system to the nervous system, to the glands and organs, back to the nervous system and onto the brain, producing sensations, thoughts, calculations and then attitudes of calm.

By comparison, life under stress is a jumble of chaotic stimulation leading to reactive thoughts. When we are not mindful, the brain delivers these random options as noise. This noise constructs insistent, convincing brain waves that give no relief, no calm or peace, but become our interpretations of reality.


Learn to make this meditation a primary response to pressure and stress. Learn to become masterful in the spiritual realm and your physical world. This is the power that is required going forward; mastery of all realms. Our planet needs this – our planet needs you.