Meditation is a practice that has been utilized for thousands of years in various cultures and traditions. The primary aim of meditation is to train the mind and focus on the present moment, and there are many different types of meditation, including mindfulness, mantra, and transcendental. One aspect of meditation that has been shown to be particularly beneficial is conscious breathwork. By utilizing specific breathing patterns, we can influence our brain wave states, inducing different frequencies that can help to rewire the subconscious mind. There are four primary brain wave states: beta, alpha, theta, and delta. Beta waves are the most common and are associated with wakefulness, while alpha waves are associated with relaxation and creativity. Theta waves are associated with deep relaxation, meditation, and sleep, and are the most receptive to rewiring the subconscious. Delta waves are the slowest frequency and are associated with deep sleep and unconsciousness. The practice of meditation can be traced back to Hindu and Buddhist traditions, and through following these practices, we can activate different aspects of our electromagnetic multidimensional quantum existence. Mandalas are a visual representation of this quantum reality and can be used as a tool for meditation. All of these practices tie directly into scalar energy and frequency medicine, which is based on the theory of all creation being derived from zero point energy, quantum consciousness, and frequency. By tapping into these techniques, we can amplify our experience and co-create our most optimal now moments. Through consistent practice, we can increase our awareness and tap into the power of our subconscious mind, leading to a greater sense of inner peace, reduced stress and anxiety, improved concentration, and increased overall well-being.