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To be practising meditation is to be trying to commune with your soul and the Spirit. To actually be meditating is to be communing with soul and Spirit. This communication is not always in the form of a dialogue, but can take subtler forms like feelings, visions, intuitive glimpses, inspirational guidance etc. At an even more elevated level, a deep sense of peace will overcome your lower self and you will know you are meditating. The mind will be quiet along with the breath, and calmness will become you. This is the surest sign that you are meditating. Beyond that bliss and happiness enter your consciousness without external stimulation or memory. And further than that, a sense of being loved, and having the ability to show love in its various guises (mercy, sympathy, generosity etc) take over your being.
The nature of the soul is what you are aiming for in meditation. Inherently, we are all souls imbued with endless love, joy, wisdom, and serenity, but during this earthly sojourn we have forgotten our true nature as spiritual beings. Meditation is that specific activity which reminds and then reconnects you with your true self.
When you meditate regularly, you have a space and time allocated to rest your mind, breath, heart, and body, and open up your soul. No other activity does this. All excess energy normally wasted on movement and expression is returned to its source in the soul. And with the attention upon that energy, its nature is revealed.
What meditation gives you is beyond anything the world can offer. It is a place within you, impenetrable by the elements, unreachable by the voices of others, and unbreakable by fear, negativity, and sorrow. To sit in meditation is to leave this world behind for a short time and disappear into the vast ocean of Spirit, returning drenched from its serene shores and peaceful waters. When you find peace on earth on holidays, in people, in leisure pursuits etc all these things are conditioned, but meditation is unconditional. It does not need to be sunny, people do not need to be happy, and you need to travel nowhere, or have no amount of money to meditate.
Meditation is the greatest gift we have been given as humans. Imagine a world where you had no conscious escape from problems apart from intoxicants and stimulants, TV, music, and film, books, magazines, and gossip, that is the world most of us live in. We have no real switch off point, apart from sleep – of which we have no consciousness of, and which we cannot guarantee will be peaceful and rejuvenating. Meditation is the only activity where the body, mind, and senses are rested, but you remain fully conscious of everything. It is a gift because whenever you meditate you put the world on hold, press pause on your life, and have a chance to refresh every level of your being.
- energisation meditation
- The word Chi means life force or spiritual energy.
The word Kri means action.
- soul meditation
- Within you lies all that you are looking for, without needing to look outside for anything. Everything that you are currently demanding from all your external relationships lies untapped in abundance within your own soul. The quality of the relationship you have with your soul, defines the quality of all external relationships. By claiming from within you, that which is rightfully yours, you will be more satisfied and less needy of people.
- cosmic vibration - the 6th element meditation
- Pranayama is the control of life force, or the intelligent, universal energy, which is present throughout creation. Prana is represented in physical creation in five ways; these are the five elements. Each element nourishes us in a different way.
- chakra meditation
- "Chakra" means wheel; in the current context it refers to one of seven wheels of energy located along the astral (energetic) spine and brain. Each Chakra signifies different body parts, elements, character traits etc. Each wheel of energy is represented by a different colour. By working with that colour in this pranatation, the corresponding Chakra, along with its various aspects, can be stimulated into positive action.
- Aum meditation
- "Aum" as it is pronounced, is the beginning and the end of sound. All sounds are a variation of the basic sound of "Aaa" brought about by the placement of the tongue and the teeth. The complete closing of the mouth when producing the "Aaa" sound, results in the "Mmm" sound.