VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Intuitive types.

Welcome back….  This blog…. is for the Intuitive types, offering a visualization technique. The fourth object of focus is a simple image, a circular dial with a notch at 12 o’clock. Engage imagination using the mind’s eye. If this gets unbearably monotonous or your mind starts to wander, you might want to try moving theContinue reading “VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Intuitive types.”

VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Intellectual types.

Welcome back….  This blog…. will cater to the Thinking/Intellectual types……I chose a modified version of the Zen counting method as it is one of the simplest techniques available. Similar to the mantra, except we will be counting through a series of numbers. Any combination/series you like. The example given uses the numbers 1 through 10 butContinue reading “VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Intellectual types.”

VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Feeling types.

Welcome back….  This blog…. will offer an efficient technique for Feeling types. The second object of focus is the Mantra. A nonsensical (usually) phrase attached to an intent. In other words, a specifically designed technique that allows you to ‘hold’ or ‘focus’ your intent. You can choose the example given, a pre-existing one or make yourContinue reading “VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Feeling types.”

VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Sensation types.

Welcome back…. This first series of blogs are in relation to meditation techniques. Each part will explore as an example, a technique relevant to Personality Function. Acting as a basic guide relating to the eventual exploration of inner-space, one of the main themes of this Meta-Book website. Meditation is a prerequisite for such things. IContinue reading “VOLUME 1. Meditation Guide – A technique for Sensation types.”

INTRODUCTION p-3 or: An overview of the four general perspectives.

Welcome back…. As stated in parts 1 and 2, future blogs will be giving examples of my experiences and what I have learnt. These experiences appeared to be very structured, coming from Consciousness-Space in the form of ‘spontaneous hallucinations’. Yes, reader, I come from the school of mental illness and willingly experimented on myself. BETCHAContinue reading “INTRODUCTION p-3 or: An overview of the four general perspectives.”

INTRODUCTION p-2 or: An overview of the library’s four main sections.

Welcome back…. As stated in part 1, I created the Library to act as your guide for inspirational and educational purposes. As an explorer of consciousness, I found when I lacked enthusiasm for such things it was great to ‘borrow’ from others. “Extrinsic motivation, whereby a person is inspired by outside forces—other people or eventsContinue reading “INTRODUCTION p-2 or: An overview of the library’s four main sections.”

INTRODUCTION p-1 or: How outliermeditation.org helps you access information regarding consciousness.

Hello, my name is Nathan Gaddes and welcome to my blog. I am the founder and curator of outliermeditation.org, a Meta-Book website regarding consciousness. This blog will act as the ‘book’ component of the website. It is my intent to help educate and hopefully inspire the reader to learn how to meditate and/or explore consciousness.Continue reading “INTRODUCTION p-1 or: How outliermeditation.org helps you access information regarding consciousness.”