Meditation takes too long. I love the benefits of meditation, but I don’t want to spend my life cross-legged in a cave or at the least 30 minutes a day staring at the back of my eyelids. Why spend years at something you can accomplish in a fraction of the time? There’s got to be a better way.

meditation takes too long

I’m not bashing meditation. Its benefits are unquestionable. I use it as part of my routine to help center/ground myself. I meditate after several rounds of breathing, but for no more than 10 minutes (probably 2-3 times a week).

Before I found this work (Amo Ni), I had already been meditating for five years. Like I said above, it helped center and calm me. I got to the point I was meditating, sometimes an hour at a time. I was in a state of bliss on days I could really quiet my mind, but that state was seldom and fleeting, and at the end of the day, meditation takes too long.

In everything I do, I want efficiency. I want my work to pay dividends and reward me for the effort I put in.

The most frustrating part about mediation is that it TAKES TOO LONG!!

I know friends who have been meditating decades and have not beaten away their demons. They still suffer from issues in all of the big relationships they have, including family, romantic partners, money, food, sex, work, etc.

On the outside, they are calm and collected. They’re less affected by the outside world and the reactions of others, but THEY ARE STILL CONTROLLED BY THEIR PAST PROGRAMMING.

The world would be a much better place if we all spent an hour a day meditating to help us be more grounded, centered, and accepting /loving of themselves and others.

But there’s a faster, easier, and more efficient way.

  1. Muscle test
  2. Emotional release points
  3. Amo breath

Muscle testing, alone, is one of the most powerful tools I’ve ever been exposed to, even more so that mediation.

Meditation helps quiet the mind.

That was what I had hoped it would do for me, but the programs I had installed told me I was a bad person, that I was unworthy of other’s love, and that no matter what I did, I was a failure.

When mediating, I could push those voices away. I could quiet the mind.


I didn’t, and most people I know do not have time to meditate all day, and even if you do, how many of the meditating population actually achieves the glorious goal of enlightenment? How many enlightened individuals walk among the billions of us? A dozen or so?

Those odds aren’t very attractive.

While meditation helps quiet the mind, muscle testing opens a direct line of communication with the body. Personally, if I have a problem, I want answers. I want to know what the problem is, where it is and how I can fix it. Steps 2 and 3 above give you the how. Muscle testing helps with the rest.

Not only that, but the second benefit, which is just as, if not, bigger than the first is that it spikes your intuition into the stratosphere.

Think about it.

Think about all the times you silence that “voice” in your head when:

  • something fishy happens at work
  • your partner is acting weird
  • you think about taking an alternate route to work but don’t and get stuck in traffic
  • investing in…. popped in your head
  • that idea for a business popped in our head
  • ignored that injury or pain

That voice is our intuition.


And not only do you spend your life keeping it quiet, over the last 10 years you’ve slowly replaced it with another voice which you regard as the ALMIGHTY… your phone.

Once you start muscle testing, it’s like Morse code you send to your body/subconscious. It takes a while to get there, and it takes a little persistence to get the messages to go through, but once they do… and once you get a response, it only gets stronger. Your intuition is like a muscle. It’s still there even though you stopped using it, so once you rekindle that relationship, it only gets stronger/louder with use.

Live Life Doing… Because Meditation Takes Too Long

I still consider myself young. I’m 46 years old, yet I’m tapping into newfound levels of strength and athletic capability. I have a lot of life to live and a lot of things I want to do. I’m active, enjoy being outside, exercising and having fun.

Meditation takes too long. I’m not interested in sitting in a chair for hours every day, deflecting thoughts. I’d rather clear the reasons (emotions) they pop up in the first place and be done with it.

That’s exactly what happens with the three main steps to Amo Ni. When I work with someone one-on-one, I add a fourth step to give them a final, big push from the rut they’ve been in and onto their path of intention, but I don’t use it when I clear, and you won’t either once the BIG emotions are gone.

Which would you prefer: years sitting, hoping and “trying” to resolve your issues in silence, or years enjoying your life on the go with your programs deleted and discarded?

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