All meditation can lead to a channel that opens up to inner wisdom, regeneration, and connection to all that exists in the Universe.
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘meditation’? I think meditation is one of the most misunderstood spirituality practices in use today. It seems to carry an aura of some sort of superiority in the quest for enlightenment. Those who practice it seem almost apart from many other people. And, it appears to retain a shell of mystery as to comprehension of its inner connections to all things transcendental. I wonder if this veneer has been planned and finely honed or if it is inherent in the belief that it is a study of eastern ways as opposed to being introduced by the west.
Meditation can be practiced by anyone, anywhere, anytime. It doesn’t have to be done while sitting on a mat in an uncomfortable position. It can be utilized while taking a walk for a few minutes in the middle of a hectic workday. It can be done while sitting poolside, ocean side, on a deck, or in your living room.
Meditation is a tool to reunite with the unseen, the unknown, and the incalculable. It can inspire, teach, and open pathways. The most important thing to do to reach the most desirable state of meditation and produce the best results is to try and quiet your mind. It’s important to stop your internal dialogue. And these things are easier to say than to achieve.
Try to not focus your attention on anything specific because when you do that your mind becomes fixed on that thing and stillness escapes. While you will hear things around you don’t try to figure out where they are coming from or what they are. That will also draw your mind to fix on something else besides the task at hand.
Let the Universe guide you and open yourself up to the things it has to offer. These results can be just as beneficial and potent as the ones achieved by a practitioner who rests in one position for hours on end….and who knows – maybe they are napping.
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