I am having difficulty keeping my mind focused during training.

Modified on Wed, 6 Mar at 5:00 PM

If you find it challenging to maintain focus during a session, you will be rewarded with the "Soft eyes, soft tongue" sound/cue. Please note that this cue is not an error message, and it's important to continue with the session.

The “soft eyes, soft tongue” cue is there to let you know as gently as possible without adding distraction that you are having difficulty sustaining the state being trained. We are giving this both as a cue and a suggestion on how to improve your attention. Much like a teacher would if they were in the room with you and helping you bring your attention back to your meditation. Follow this link to discover a quick way to access coherence.

Here are some additional tips:

  • When training for Cognizium (e.g. Focus), base your attention at the front of the head. Allow the sounds to expand, fill you and flow through you.  
  • When training for Resilium, (e.g. Calm), we recommend priming with Calm Heart and keeping your attention based in your heart area.

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