Principle 3: Meditation

By no means less important that the last 2, just 5 minutes a day could change your whole life for the best!


Cristina Rodrigues

1/18/20242 min read

Hello! Welcome.

For a long period of my life, all my questions were answered with “meditate”.

Well, I meditated… Occasionally. 😅

And, in fact, I had some extraordinary experiences like seeing energy in motion, the fabric of reality unraveling among others. However, I did not have the discipline to do it every day and I was bored of sitting in lotus position!

It was only when I manifested my nightmare (a beautiful story that I will share later!) I decided that if I could have the discipline to get up at 5 in the morning to do a job that I hate, I can certainly insert somewhere a meditation.

So, I started with just 5 minutes a day, before cleaning the sauna at this hotel in Austria. For 5 minutes I closed my eyes and listened to the sound of the birds and the water running. Life was chaotic and depressing at that time, but only these 5 minutes gave me the clarity, insights, intuition and inspired action to completely transform it.

The goals are always expanding, but today I can say that I have a life that I feel wonderful about. I know it is possible for you too!

Tip: when you have a difficult situation, meditate on it. The best solutions come up like that.

Inner Serenity
Feeling of Oneness
Frees you from Resistance (one of the major blocks in manifestation)
Physical Relaxation
Increase Connection with Intuition (the voice of your best friend that will always guide you to the best path)
Solutions come up Easily

Instructions for Practice:

• Start with 5 minutes a day (increase after establishing a solid routine and as you feel the benefits).
• Sit in a quiet place where you will not be interrupted, with comfortable clothes.
• Eyes closed or open, depending on the selected focus point
• Breathe deeply and slowly (5s-inhale, 3s-hold, 5s-exhale, 3s-hold) to the belly area.
• Focus on something monotonous or repetitive.
-Breathing, heartbeat, relaxing music, running water, birds singing, mantras, watching a flame or others that you may personally find more enjoyable.
• When a thought arises, and they will, remember that you are the consciousness that observes, and not the thoughts. Do not judge yourself. Simply acknowledge that they are there.
• Imagine the thoughts as clouds in the sky entering and leaving your field of vision, floating freely across the landscape.
• Another great tool is to ask yourself: "I wonder what my next thought will be?" - and watch in amazement as your mind is cleared. 
• Whenever you notice that you have gone with a thought, accept it with grace and appreciation that you were conscious about it and return to the focus point
• Repeat this process of refocusing until the end of the determined time.

Meditation is like training the muscles. You will have results when you practice with daily consistency.

Much love to you all!
Cristina Rodrigues

This is one of my favourite channels for meditation music (Meditative Mind), I hope it can benefit you too!

If you'd like to share the message, remind yourself of it and help me in my mission, you can look into my creations about intuition: