Religious Experience On-Demand
Imagine being able to have a feeling one one-ness, belonging and utter bliss whenever you feel like it.
Ever had what people call a “religious experience”? Here’s a secret: Its all in your head.
Here’s how to have a transcendental/religious experience – it takes about 90-120 minutes and I guarantee you will never forget it:
1 – Sit straight on a chair or the floor staring a blank wall – close enough that you only see a blank wall. Make sure you will not be disturbed or interrupted at all.
2 – Turn on some ambient instrumental music, this will come in handy later.
3 – Imagine you are flying.
4 – Keep at it for 90-120 minutes. Nothing much will happen the first hour – brace yourself for the final 20 minutes.
Yup, that’s all there is to it folks – your brain does the rest for you.
But wait, there’s more.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get this epic endorphin boost without the two hours of sitting in a chair doing nothing?
Of course – and there is a way, without shooting heroine. You’re probably not going to like it, though, since it involves work.
All you have to do is repeat this experience once every day or every other day for about two weeks. Always play the same music. After that the first few tries you’ll notice the time it takes to feel like you just creamed your pants with joy becomes shorter and shorter, and the effect quite a bit stronger.
After the two weeks, you’ll probably be able to conjure up an experience like this in a matter of 15-30 minutes or less.
Do it enough times an eventually you’ll get to the point you don’t need the music – it helps, though you don’t need it.
Eventually you’ll get to the point you can get a high virtually anytime, anywhere, while doing almost anything. Walking, weightlifting, anything where you can have some spare brain cycles – heck even typing this blog post.
One word of caution – Pick your “trigger” music well. New Age music worked for me. I say pick it carefully because hearing the music will trigger a conditioned response and get you flying high whether you wanted it or not – You don’t want to pick something popular.
Pavlov would be proud.