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The Power of Healing through the Wisdom of Ancient Egypt!

Meditation in all it's parts means how to discover for the first time in your life the conserved power that exist inside every human being and how to develop it.

It's an unbelievable feeling and high degrees of sensations which enable you in your daily life getting a different vision than usual that majority of you is missing it nowadays. The degree of power is different from a person to the other.

The Transcendental Meditation program of Egypt sparrow tours is the single most effective technique available for gaining deep relaxation, eliminating stress, promoting health, increasing creativity and intelligence, and attaining inner happiness and fulfillment.

The transcendental meditation technique, practiced by 5 million people worldwide, is a simple, natural, effortless technique. The effectiveness of the Transcendental Meditation program has been validated by over 500 scientific studies at more than 200 independent research institutions in 30 countries. The TM technique requires no belief or lifestyle change, is non-religious, is not time-consuming, and can be learned by anyone regardless of age or level of education.

We invite you to find out how the Transcendental Meditation program can improve all aspects of your life in a way you never dreamed possible.

By attaining inner peace, we will attain everything else. Scientifically this technicality can be realized exclusively in the presence of the
three important following factors:

The Location:

The ancient Egyptians have chosen the best magical power places to build on it with a very special dimension as the great Pyramid of Cheops in Giza and different temples located in the Upper Egypt. That full magical places of power serves the human being to develop their inner peace and to get full of it.

The Dimensions:

Logically through the dimension of the great Pyramid of Cheops, a certain energy get produced inside the pyramid which affects directly the conserved invisible cyanotic energy that exists in the human being and getting the full healing power.
You can learn to move through life in perfect harmony with the universe. To accomplish this, we look to our ancestors in ancient Egypt. They exhibit habit patterns that send massages of healing and power to anyone open enough to observe lessons on how to live. Their precious gifts of true medicine are free.
When you call upon their power, you are asking to be drawn into complete harmony with the strength of their essence. Gaining their understanding is a healing process mentally, physically and spiritually.

The Meditation Guide:
We offer you a simple way to know yourself, to find out where do you come from, to remember your mission here on earth, to discover the secrets of universe, to understand why there is so much misery, and see what await us after death.

Benefits :





Increased IQ

Lower Blood Pressure

Increased Productivity

Decreased Violent Fatalities

Increased Creativity

Improved Health

Improved Relations at Work

Improved Quality of Life

Broader Comprehension

Reduced Anxiety

Decreased Drug Abuse

Decreased Crime

Improved Perception

Reduced Medical Care-1

Self Actualization

Reduced Conflict

Greater Orderliness

Reduced Medical Care-2

Increased Self-Concept

Decreased Stress

Increased Relaxation

Reversal of Aging

Change in Breathing

Deep Rest

Types of Meditation

Insight Meditation:

When most people hear the word meditation, they often think of transcendental meditation or similar practices used to evoke the relaxation response. In these approaches you focus attention on one thing, usually the sensation of breath leaving and entering your body or a mantra (a special sound or phrase you repeat silently to yourself).

Anything else that comes into your mind during meditation is seen as a distraction to be disregarded. These practices can give rise to very deep states of calmness and stability of attention.

They are known as the concentration, or "one-pointed," type of meditation. In the practice of mindfulness, you begin by utilizing one-pointed attention to cultivate calmness and stability, but then you move beyond that by introducing a wider scope to the observing, as well as an element of inquiry.

When thoughts or feelings come up in your mind, you don't ignore them or suppress them, nor do you analyze or judge their content. Rather, you simply note any thoughts as they occur as best you can and observe them intentionally but non-judgmentally, moment by moment, as the events in the field of your awareness.

Paradoxically, this inclusive noting of thoughts that come and go in your mind can lead you to feel less caught up in them and give you a deeper perspective on your reaction to everyday stress and pressures. By observing your thoughts and emotions as if you had taken a step back from them, you can see much more clearly what is actually on your mind. You can see your thoughts arise and recede one after another.

You can note the content of your thoughts, the feelings associated with them, and your reactions to them. You might become aware of agendas, attachments, likes and dislikes, and inaccuracies in your ideas. You can gain insight into what drives you, how you see the world, which you think you are insight into your fears and aspirations.

Mindfulness Meditation:

The key to mindfulness is not so much what you choose to focus on but the quality of the awareness that you bring to each moment. It is very important that it be nonjudgmental--more of a silent witnessing, a dispassionate observing, than a running commentary on your inner experience.

Observing without judging, moment by moment, helps you see what is on your mind without editing or censoring it, without intellectualizing it or getting lost in your own incessant thinking.

It is this investigative, discerning observation of whatever comes up in the present moment that is the hallmark of mindfulness and differentiates it most from other forms of meditation.

The goal of mindfulness is for you to be more aware, more in touch with life and with whatever is happening in your own body and mind at the time it is happening--that is, in the present moment. If you are experiencing a distressing thought or feeling or actual physical pain in any moment, you resist the impulse to try to escape the unpleasantness; instead, you attempt to see it clearly as it is and accept it because it is already present in this moment.

Acceptance, of course, does not mean passivity or resignation. On the contrary, by fully accepting what each moment offers, you open yourself to experiencing life much more completely and make it more likely that you will be able to respond effectively to any situation that presents itself.

One way to envision how mindfulness works is to think of the mind as the surface of a lake or ocean. There are always waves, sometimes big, sometimes small. Many people think the goal of meditation is to stop the waves so that the water will be flat, peaceful, and tranquil--but that is not so.

Meditation in Pyramids:

The meditation in pyramids is to visualize each wall of the pyramid falling forward and opening that side of the pyramid, either opening or closing with the north. Then one exists outside in an indigo-blue starry sky.

The way is then open to follow the "river in the sky" to the 3 stars, to the old homeland in the Orion Nebula. That’s what the Egyptians did.
The only metal in the pyramid should be gold.

We believe that the easiest way to be sure to overpower any unwanted vibration in the pyramid (from construction materials or metal in your pocket) is to hang a gold necklace in the pyramid.

The vibration of gold is especially tuned to the pyramid through the heart. Any gold is OK, since we are vibratory and a single atom of gold has the same vibration. Any carat, any color, even gold-filled or gold plate will work. It develops the mind, and by developing the mind, also develops the spirit.


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