Easy Meditation for All
People who practice meditation on regular basis look and feel typically 20 or even 30 years younger than others their age. Give the mind a regular “break” and to achieve self-healing nature of our everyday makes all the difference. Self-healing and rejuvenation seems to be within reach of everyone who is willing to learn meditation and meditate regularly every day.
For Buddhists, meditation is essential for the cultivation of wisdom and compassion and understanding reality. Buddhists believe that our ordinary consciousness is both limited and limiting. Meditation allows you to live life to the full range of our conscious and unconscious possibilities.
To reach the Higher Self, it is best to focus on the source of his “inside”, which led to the “inner light”, a core of the Higher Self, which at first seems infinitely far away “from the other side of a long dark tunnel. “ When we get close enough to our Higher Self, the inner light is much brighter than the sun, and when we are allowed to join, happiness cannot be described in human language. To get there, we need to achieve absolute purity of the mind during meditation, have pure intentions, and then focus intensely for a while on his “inside” and “inner light”.
The most important role of a spiritual master is to show all his / her individually to the Higher Self. Then, it is the individual to practice and attain the Higher Self.
From the foregoing, meditation seems to be an essential skill to achieve ultimate enlightenment. There are some meditation techniques. Most of them use what is called ‘mantra’ consisting of a few words or sounds. Mantra is repeated mentally to help us achieve and maintain a “blank” state of mind.
- Mahesh Dutt Sharma, April 2013
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