Meditate Your Way To The Top: Part One

Hey there! How many of you feel that you are in need of someone to teach you to meditate? Do you feel it’s hard? too complicated? too pretentious? or annoyingToday, I will share which you why all of these statements are on par with thinly sliced Bologna 🙂

In all seriousness (and deli meats aside) You are designed to meditate right from the moment you are born! You need no lessons, no books and need not climb a mountain to achieve success at Life or Meditation.

I invite you to listen in at my lecture to the Awesome students at Brookdale College as I reveal the truths about meditation and tell you what no one else is talking about when it comes to the subjects of meditation, leadership, healthy success and personal development.

Now that you’ve seen me in action, I I invite you to leave your comments and thoughts in the comments section below this video post and share with the world your experience with meditation.

Your personal experience is super important! and just might make a powerful difference in someone else’s day!

If you know someone in your life who would really benefit from this video or YourLifeIsAwesome then forward this post to them via email post it on FaceBook or Twitter and have them come on over to to sign up for updates and resources that I only share via email.

Keep going, and Breathing and Believing in yourself as I believe in YOU and you begin to connect the dots with the Awesomeness that is already happening in your life. Believe It! We are destined for greatness You & I 🙂

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ox Rocco Distefano

  3 comments for “Meditate Your Way To The Top: Part One

  1. July 5, 2014 at 11:30 pm

    I liked your video. I never knew that meditation was just focusing on anything for as short a time as 3 seconds. I was told it was focusing on your breathing and relaxing and that thoughts were bad and you should ignore them or think of them like leaves going by, acknowledge their presence and that you had a thought, but go back to focusing on your breathing.

    • Rocco Distefano
      August 9, 2014 at 12:52 pm

      I am fascinated by how alienated we can make ourselves feel from a natural, human function that is running in the background all the time.

      Jeff! That last part you mentioned about the leaves is excellent technique 🙂 and exactly what I am talking about in the video.

      My 3 second exercise is designed to get you to learn how to observe your thoughts for longer periods so that you can begin to calibrate the sacred space within both your spirit and your psyche.

      Jeff. Your constant conscious experience which can be defined as simply your thoughts and emotions IS meditation. You are always meditating! Your thoughts and feelings may occasionally feel “unpleasant’ but they can never “bad”.

      Bad implies a detriment to your existence. This is false because your thoughts and feelings are designed to INFORM you of the blind spots of your consciousness. Meaning they “nudge” you to pay attention to something that you may be missing in the Real World.

      This means that they are very very valuable 🙂 The opposite of bad!

      Never censor your thoughts! I encourage you to FEEL and THINK freely. Writing everyday is very helpful for this. You don’t have to tell anyone everything that is on your mind but do TELL YOURSELF everything! Keep no secrets from yourself!

      Keep listening to my meditation on Frequency & Breath. It will help you to calibrate yourself for a life that is not only more enjoyable but makes perfect sense as well 🙂

      Thanks for posting! I wish you all the healthiest in success in everything that you do 🙂


  2. July 15, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    Cool post. For me meditation is hard because it’s hard for me to relax my mind.

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