I am not good at meditation, but this is a form of meditation that I have used for a while. I didn’t know it had a specific name (fractional relaxing), and I don’t much like the name, so to me it’s still just a form of meditation that I can actually use.
Fractional relaxing helps you to contract and relax your muscles naturally while you focus on something. For instance, you may wander into a peaceful world mentally and interact with nature while you relax and contract your muscles. This is a continuous practice one can use to build self-mastery skills.
Fractional therapy comprises a form of self-hypnosis that helps you to prepare for relaxation.
This type of is often guided, but can be done individually. The person tenses the muscles and then relaxes them at the start of the technique. The technique can improve your work skills. It also boosts your metabolism so that you are encouraged to join healthy activities.
In the second step, you will continue into the relaxation therapy by using variations of words to induce hypnotism. At this stage, you greet the subconscious mind, which guides you to self-mastery. During the meditative phase, you will sort through events and choose the best one to apply to your actions. I usually don’t make it to this step, because the relaxation process often sends me to sleep!
In the next step you will employ the same tactics, yet you will focus on your behavioural patterns and drift into the subconscious mind to explore your past knowledge and experiences. This stage helps you to improve your behaviours. You can expand the mind by using variations of techniques, such as trance-formation, fraction therapy and so on. It is best to find the technique that works best for you.
Most of the techniques are similar to other types of meditation. Meditation is the process of empowering the body and mind to relax and make discoveries. This is a self-relaxing skill that requires your mind to get clear of all things that may be in the way of learning or being able to get control on your life. The process of focusing on flexing and relaxing muscle groups is extremely helpful in taking the mind off other things.