How to Use Transcendental Practices to Get Creative Ideas for Your Business

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Summary: Most people don't realize the benefits of meditation go beyond simple relaxation. These transcendental practices will help you develop creative ideas for your business.

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Have you ever tried meditation before?

There are plenty of ways to do it. From guided meditation to mindfulness meditation, there’s no shortage of meditations you can try.

Most people think of meditation as a way to help themselves calm down. And it’s true – meditation can be helpful in that respect.

But what most people don’t realize is that the benefits of meditation go above and beyond simple relaxation.

Here are transcendental practices to help you develop creative ideas for your business.

Meditation Practices to Encourage Creative Ideas

As more and more studies uncover the benefits of meditation, people have begun to realize that relaxation is just a tiny fraction of what meditation can do for them.

Transcendental practices like meditation are a way to tap into altered states of consciousness — which helps us make better decisions, draw on brilliant ideas, and develop creative ideas.

There’s a way to use meditation to augment your personal growth goals. Sitting down to meditate doesn’t just have to be about encouraging a calmer less anxious mind (although it’s great for that, too!).

Meditation can also help you become more creative and innovative. It can help you stay focused, feel energized, and aid in the development of some of your best creative ideas.

It can also be used to tap into your inner intuition. This is exactly what the Mindvalley Intuition training is all about.

What is Mindvalley intuition training?

Mindvalley Intuition Training is a program designed to help you uncover the multiple benefits of meditation.

With this program, you’ll learn how to tap into deeper intuition and inspiration using meditative practices.

As Vishen Lakhiani, Founder and CEO of Mindvalley says:

By 2038, Intuition will be part of most school curriculums and a common training protocol in most Fortune 500 companies. Our children will be learning to access altered states to draw onto sources of knowledge beyond what we now understand as the brain.

In this episode of the Impact Theory, Vishen sat down with Tom Bilyeau to talk about their own meditation practices. Tom even covers a practice he’s developed called ‘thinkatation,’ in which he is able to access an alpha brainwave state to tap into the powerful creative forces inside him.

Together, Vishen and Tom uncover the myths about transcendental practices and talk about:

  • How geniuses like Edison used altered states to come up with revolutionary ideas
  • Why 44% of Fortune 500 companies already use meditation for higher levels of productivity and creativity and how it’s becoming the norm in the Western world
  • Why hustling for success is a total myth and how “going within” is changing the business world

The best part? These practices aren’t difficult to learn and they are serious game-changers.

Watch the video above to see why transcendental practices beat hard work in the game of success.

Watch the First Lesson of the Silva Ultramind System Quest

Dynamic Meditation with Vishen Lakhiani - Founder of Mindvalley

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Vishen

Vishen

Vishen is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, New York Times best-selling author, and founder and CEO of Mindvalley: a global education movement with millions of students worldwide. He is the creator of Mindvalley Quests, A-Fest, Mindvalley University, and various other platforms to help shape lives in the field of personal transformation. He has led Mindvalley to enter and train Fortune 500 companies, governments, the UN, and millions of people around the world. Vishen’s work in personal growth also extends to the public sector as a speaker and activist working to evolve the core systems that influence our lives, including education, work culture, politics, and wellbeing.
Written by

Vishen

Vishen is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, New York Times best-selling author, and founder and CEO of Mindvalley: a global education movement with millions of students worldwide. He is the creator of Mindvalley Quests, A-Fest, Mindvalley University, and various other platforms to help shape lives in the field of personal transformation. He has led Mindvalley to enter and train Fortune 500 companies, governments, the UN, and millions of people around the world. Vishen’s work in personal growth also extends to the public sector as a speaker and activist working to evolve the core systems that influence our lives, including education, work culture, politics, and wellbeing.

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