4 Easy Ways To Go Deeper In Meditation


“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.” — Carl Jung


Daily meditation practice is one of the quickest ways to make a profound impact on the quality of your life. With all the meditation tips and theories out there, it can be like swimming in a sea of information. Here are five sure-fire ways to enhance your daily meditation practice and take your inner development to the next level.

#1: Fast before meditating

Whether you do a full day fast or try intermittent fasting, meditating while fasting will amplify the purity of the experience. Meditating, while fasting, will also give you a level of mental clarity that will surprise you.

#2: Meditate first thing in the morning/or just before bed

Meditating almost immediately after waking up is the best way to get the most out of your transcendental time.

Get out of bed, make your bed, and sit in your favorite meditation spot and meditate for just 5 minutes.

If you have a hard time staying awake, try meditating right before bed. This will allow you to slip into a peaceful sleep comfortably.

#3: Try Sacred Plant Microdosing

Sacred plants have been used to enhance spiritual practices for thousands of years. Plants like Ayahuasca offer incredible exploratory properties but are often difficult to find and incredibly intense.

For the first time, sacred plant microdosing is available to anyone with internet access through a product called Soul Drops. Soul Drops allow you to utilize these sacred plants in your daily meditation practice to go deeper and access a state of inner knowing with greater ease.

Soul Drops’ microdosing formula is non-psychoactive, safe, and effective. Soul Drops produces a state of clear internal focus perfect for deep meditation. Try SOL for morning meditations and LUN for evening meditations.

#4: Meditate often

This one may seem simple enough to overlook, but don’t. The more consistently you meditate, the stronger and deeper your meditation practice will grow.

If you think you don’t have time to meditate every day, then meditate 5 minutes a day. Everyone, no matter how busy, can put aside 5 minutes for self-care.

Value yourself and your wellbeing enough to spend 5 minutes a day meditating. It can be a simple thought watching meditation, breathing based meditation, a visualization, or a guided meditation. Whatever gets you to that place.

However you meditate, do it often, and consistently for your transformation of the inner and outer self.

Try these tools and techniques to amplify your transcending and reach new heights of spiritual awakening. Let us know your experience incorporating these tools into your practice. We’d love to hear from you.