Have you ever felt like you needed a reset button for your mind? Like if you could just clear all the noise and start fresh, you’d find peace? That’s what “Going to Zero Meditation” is all about. It’s not magic; it’s about having the will to believe and to begin anew.

Imagine this: You close your eyes and let go of everything. You’re not your memories, your knowledge, or your past. You’re just… there. In that space, you might feel something powerful—the presence of God, or the “I am.” It’s like hitting the reset button on your soul.

Ben often talks about this state of being as an “Awake and Alive zero.” It’s not empty; it’s full of potential. It’s where you can sense the heartbeat of creation, the silent space beyond all thoughts and ideas. This is where you find the seed of Heaven on Earth.

Here’s a simple guide to try this meditation:

  1. Close your eyes and let go of all your thoughts and memories.
  2. Feel the presence of something greater than yourself.
  3. Stay rooted in this feeling, this “alive zero.”
  4. Tune into the seed frequency of your highest intention.
  5. Become one with this intention, embody it.
  6. Allow any inspirations or impulses to emerge naturally.

Remember, it’s not about forcing anything. It’s about being present and open to the seed of intention within you. And when you’re in this state, you might find clarity and inspiration for your life.

Bentinho says, “You are the leader, the shepherd of your intentions.” When you embrace this meditation, you’re taking ownership of your inner world and, by extension, influencing the outer world.

And if you’re wondering about the spiritual backing for such practices, consider the words from the Bible, “Be still, and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10). It’s a powerful reminder that in stillness, we find divine presence and understanding.

So, take a deep breath, and know that you are that intention. It’s done. Let come what comes, and stay in a free, joyful state.

Remember, “It’s not fun unless it’s epic, and it’s not epic unless it’s fun.”