Discussion in 'Spiritual Forum' started by garry420, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. garry420

    garry420 Well-Known Member

    MEDITATION:- To start is difficult, to continue is difficult because of continuous flow of thoughts. We lack will power to do meditation and we dont have proper mind setting, so we dont show interest true.

    But when you choose a Sadguru who lives to serve humanity without expecting any fees serves you. Meditation is very easy as he helps you to see divine in your heart, so no trouble of searching outside. You can experience divinity anywhere any time.

    With the help of Sadguru you will develop will power, time management, and your thoughts disturbing will come down you will experience more and more peace, harmony and tranquility.


    Katta Srinivauslu
  2. Meditation is the activity of using the mind to reflect deeply and continuously on spiritual matters.
    This is the process to focus our attention on the Supreme by chanting a mantra (sacred sound or name of the Supreme).
    This has the effect of helping us to cope better with stress and thus improve our physical and mental well-being.
    It also helps to provide insights into the workings of the mind and emotions and it further helps us develop clarity and wisdom, gaining a greater understanding of life.
    Most importantly we can experience a deep inner peace and lasting happiness by reawakening our natural spiritual consciousness and becoming self-realized.
  3. ajay00

    ajay00 Member

    As per Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, " Meditation is living in the present moment."

    Meditation is also commonly stated as awareness, present moment awareness, or mindfulness.

    All spiritual exercises are meant to bring the mind to present moment awareness, whether it is pranayama or chanting or meditation or fasting or worship and so on.

    The more the mind dwells in the present moment rather than in the past or future, there will be a corresponding decrease in cravings and aversions. It is cravings and aversions that create the ego. This in turn creates conflict and discord in its wake.

    The more the awareness, the lesser the ego, reactivity ,desires, and vice versa. It can be seen that anger in a person is directly proportional to the intensity of his desire.

    Peace, joy, love, bliss all come in the practice of awareness or living in the present moment.

    Here is a post of mine which deals with the intricacies of the ego and awareness.

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