Meditation - The state of awareness - mindfulness.
Observe the mind and let the mind settle to its own self (source)
The purpose of meditation or Dhyana is to become consciously aware of or investigate into one’s own mind and body to know thyself.
Meditation means awareness or mindfulness. Whatever you do with awareness is meditation. "Watching your breath" is meditation; listening to the birds is meditation. As long as these activities are free from any other distraction to the mind, it is effective meditation.
Meditation is not a technique but a way of life. It describes a state of consciousness and awareness, when the mind is free of scattered thoughts. The observer realizes that all the activity of the mind is reduced to one.
We help people to change their state of mind through realizing truth and this is one of the easiest way for any common man to understand and All it need an open mind to realize why you need be in the state of mediation.
All our teachings are based on truth and only the truth can change your state of mind.
you can experience peace and inner silence.
our mind will always be in a state of awareness or mindfulness.
Meditation brings you the wisdom.
Helps you to realize self
Brings clarity in your life
helps you to transform your life
Helps you to understand your emotions and handle it better.
you can become aware of your energy.
you will be able to enjoy a fulfilling life.
you can connect with the Universe and feel the present moment of the universe.
Spiritual Meditation heals your mind and the body.
Meditation should be done with unconditional surrender to the self. This means not to have any expectations from it, allowing it to flow freely, and the results will come to you naturally and by themselves.
Meditation is not just a practice, as it is more embracing a new lifestyle. As a beginner, you will practice it, but once you know the truth, Meditation will become a part of your lifestyle.
Don’t try to control your mind when meditating. You should freely observe the mind and realize the nature of mind.
Once you start to observe the mind and through self inquiry, you can free your mind from scattered thoughts and the mind slowly starts to settle down to source(own self).
Being in our Self and remaining there in silence is embedded in our nature (we already did it while we were in our mother’s womb, where only energy, self, and silence exist).
Any posture you consider comfortable enough will do, although you should keep in mind that you need to be thoughtless and remain in the self during meditation.
There isn’t a universal rule that can be applied to everybody when it comes to meditation. In order to be efficient, meditation requires a different level of teaching for each person because it is closely related to the life experience of each of us. Because we all have different life experiences, what we do is to assess these experiences and create a teaching method that is suitable for each person separately.
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