What Is Dream Zone?


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Dream Zone is based on an interesting concept of a new age and personal development. It focuses on promoting self-awareness, developing positive attitudes, and developing skills that make us more desirable to others. There are many styles of meditation and stillness which have been part of the DZ process. This article presents a description of the most popular style and explains what this style has to offer you and me.

Some people claim this is a unique technique because it teaches you to relax without trying to achieve a state of total relaxation by achieving a highly meditative state. Their aim is to obtain a state of full awareness without attempting to create a meditative state.

What Is Dream Zone?
What Is Dream Zone?

Two Levels Of Dream Zone

Meditation is normally divided into different levels of consciousness. There are two main levels, where you can reach on each side of the DZ. It does not reach to the top of the pyramid of meditation levels but concentrates on the lower and middle levels and makes a step forward.

One of the most prominent aspects of the DZ technique is that it aims to stay on one ‘trance.’ This ‘trance’ is very short as compared to other methods of meditation and the goal is to achieve it quickly.

It has a center block in the middle that gives off a large amount of energy. The goal of the center block is to stay on it for about a minute, without wandering from the center, but it is also possible to stay longer.

Understand the Dream Zone Technique

The best way to understand the DZ technique is to learn it from the beginning. You will have to learn how to stay in the center for a minute. After the minute you can begin to move away from the center block or explore the rest of the DZ process.

To start, the first thing you should do is to close your eyes and concentrate on something relaxing like the sound of a rushing river. Breathe deeply and take a few moments to notice the way your body feels as you focus on it. Now, close your eyes and imagine that your mind has become so quiet that you can hear your own heartbeat. When you focus on your breathing, you are creating a sound field and you are in a meditative state.

Dream Zone Process

The next step in the DZ process is to focus on your breathing as it comes in and out. To do this, simply breathe into your nostrils and imagine that you are breathing directly into your lungs. Do not think of anything else. As the air enters your lungs, you will realize that your breathing rate is slowing down as the air pushes down on your lungs.

It is important to bring your breath rate down and then bring it up again. As you breathe in, your mind is concentrating on your breathing and the whole world is quiet, your heartbeat and the feeling of your breath. When you exhale, the feeling of your breathing and the entire world is quiet again and your mind is focused on your breathing again.

During the process of staying in the center block, you will realize that you are not actually thinking. You may feel this as heaviness on your chest, a heaviness that is accompanied by a very faint humming sound and you may even feel as if you have become detached from the body and that you are traveling through a tunnel of light. As you are meditating, this is a wonderful way to release tension and even depression, so if you are feeling depressed you will want to try to put yourself in the DZ.

What Is Dream Zone?
What Is Dream Zone?

Wrapping Up

You will definitely want to try the center block every time it is explained. Try to remain in the center block for at least twenty minutes and when you become comfortable with the practice, you can move on to the next level.

One of the most popular aspects of the DZ method is that it helps to change the way you view yourself. You will find that you are more positive and that you are getting in touch with yourself. To achieve this, you should be willing to follow the instruction closely. Above all, be willing to meditate every night for at least a minute.

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