Spiritual Secrets of Concentration

By: Arthur Regis

For most of the time, we are barely conscious of what we are about, because there are so many projects, memories, words and images chasing each other rapidly through our brains, overlapping and interlacing in a totally free and chaotic manner.

There are not many people who can decide to devote their attention exclusively to something if only for an hour, and then keep their thoughts on track without getting confused or distracted.

There’s right! We disperse and dissipate our mental energy all the time. Sometimes it’s possible to concentrate hard in the heat of the moment perhaps when influenced by a powerful emotions or an urgent necessity. But even then, you are sumitting to the situation rather than controlling it.

This is not the deliberate, calm and active kind of concentration Maria Duval wants to discuss with you here – the kind that opens the doors to success and achievement.

In this world, there are students who in two hours flat can produce works that their comrades would find it difficult to accomplish in four hours.

There are people who when presented with a problem to solve, give it about fifteen minutes’ thought and them come up with the answer.

There are attorneys or lawyers who only start to study their case files an hour before attending a hearing.

There are surgeons who examine their patient for only ten minutes before carrying out an operation. And who are capable, during the course of this operation, of modifying their technique each time a new factor comes to light.

The truth is that these people perform well because they know how to focus their mind, quickly and effectively. How do they manage to do this?? That’s what Maria Duval is about to explain briefly.

Concentration is the power to focus all your psychic forces on a single point at a time, without allowing yourself to be distracted by any events or situations going on around you, says Maria Duval.

If you get a magnifying glass and allow the sunlight to shine through it, the light will be focused to such a point that it can burn many objects and burst into flames. Likewise, if you concentrate on a single issue as hard as you can, without getting distracted, you will experience a flash of enlightment. So using this technique, problems that creep into your mind can be solved after a few minutes of concentration.

Concentration is the faculty that makes people great. If you want to be successful, to do something worthwhile and reach the highest rungs of the social ladder, Maria Duval says it is important that you must learn to channel your attention, your thoughts, your feelings, your desires and your will by focusing them to a single point like the sun’s rays.

Individuals who become high-flyers in absolutely any field of human activity, are people who are capable of concentrating their minds. Let Maria Duval explain the two main aspects of concentration, so that we can better understand the mechanisms involved:

There is one type of concentration that involves regular practise sessions, performed using specific places, times and body postures, and possibly accompanied by certain breathing techniques;
The other type is brought to bear on life itself, as it happens, with its obvious repetition, but with all its variations and surprises as well.

Although they can be exercised independently, an esoteric law known as the law of complementarity in fact links these two types of concentration because these practices support and reinforce each other. Understanding and observing this phenomenon is one of the keys to success.

Author Bio
Arthur Regis is a freelance spiritualist. He practises the spiritual laws based on the teachings of psychic Maria Duval. His blog can be found at Maria Duval’s Talisman.

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