The Secret Universal Mind Meditation
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Over days and weeks to come, your conscious and your subconscious mind will accept The Secret as true. Without knowing how or why, everything you need and desire will come to you through communing with the Universal Mind. Over the last half century, science is proving the existence of the Universal Mind, and now the Secret is yours to use. When you know and accept the Secret, you have the secret to everything: unlimited health, abundance, success and joy.
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5 Secrets Of Meditation
Make Your Meditation Powerful
Meditation is something that is often elusive to many western practitioners of yoga.
We have all seen the ancient images of Indian art, with yogis in meditation; or heard of those who have deep “experiences” while meditating.
Yet, for many, those concepts remain remote and detached from our everyday lives.
So how do we change that? What’s the difference between those that have regular deep experiences in meditation, and those that seem to not really get anything out of it?
The difference is so simple, it may shock you.
Meditation, in of itself, is a practice of simplicity.
Though its aim may be lofty (such as enlightenment), its methodology is at once simple…and challenging.
Lots of people have a crazy idea that you just sit down, close your eyes, and bam! You’re meditating.
But Meditation is concentration used to further our path on the road of spiritual awareness.
So how you do you deepen that connection?
1. Setting Intention
When I first started meditating, I was annoyed that it seemed I was hitting a wall. That is, I couldn’t get really deep. it was very frustrating. But then I read about the idea of prayer before meditation in order to set an intention.
After the first time I tried it, it seemed like meditation just flowed…it was so much easier. Since then I have never skipped that step.
By utilizing prayer or setting an intention, our minds are able to let go of the things we don’t need to hold unto. This goes a long way to keeping our mind in the moment and bringing us into much deeper states of consciousness during meditation.
2. Think with Intuition
When we sit down to meditate, the biggest obstacle is the mind.
The deeper the state of meditation, the less we’re attached to the concept of mind and identification with thoughts.
Random thoughts keep us tied to normal consciousness; that’s why we have to change that. Upon sitting down to meditate, if you can make a conscious decision to let go of your thoughts, your meditation will become tremendously impactful.
Try to shift away from words in your thoughts, and towards images or “feelings”. This will settle the mind and allow you to focus.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “Cleanliness is next to godliness?” Having a space to meditate is extremely important; and keeping that space clean and purposed only for meditation even more so.
An unclean environment is like a small psychological disturbance that the mind picks up on.
That even extends to you too! Showers/baths can really help us to mentally relax.
When you first start meditating, you might look up different techniques to practice…and quickly find that there are a lot of them!
It’s almost overwhelming, actually.
It’s best to find something you relate to and stick to it for a while before moving onto something else. This is because if you change it constantly, there is little room for finding improvement or realizing if something works for you.
This is probably the single most important aspect of creating deeper meditations.
When you live a wild and reckless life, your meditations are going to be harder. Conversely, if you live a calm life with healthy food, rest, and fulfilling relationships, it’ll be much easier to clear your mind and sit fro longer periods of time in meditation.
Why do we need to meditate? What are the ways to meditate? How can we meditate successfully? What are the different types of meditation? What are the secrets of meditation? How do you prepare yourself for meditation?
All the questions above have one unbelievable answer – just be natural.
Secret: If you are formal, you cannot meditate. Meditation requires you to be informal and at ease.
Secret: Every human being has the need to meditate because it is the natural tendency in them to look for an everlasting joy. To look for pure love, which is devoid of negative emotions.
These are some of the secrets that are revealed to those who turn to meditation. There are 5 more secrets about meditation which are listed below.
5 meditation secrets
Is meditation a foreign phenomenon? Absolutely not. You have been meditating even before your birth, when you were in your mother’s womb, doing nothing. Your food was fed directly into your belly, without your having to chew. You happily floated in the fluid, turning, kicking and, basically, just being. That is meditation. You did nothing. Everything was done for you. So there is a natural tendency in every human being, in every soul, a desire for that state of absolute comfort.
Comfort of meditation:
We have known comfort before at some point in time. This is the reason why we strive for comfort. You have experienced a state of comfort called meditation and you want to regain it. Meditation is an absolute comfort. So, returning to the state you had once experienced, before coming into the hustle and bustle of this world, is natural. Everything in this universe is cyclical, and, ultimately, seeks its source. That is the nature of the world.
Meditation in the cycle of life
During autumn, leaves fall and go back to the soil. Nature has its own way to recycle them. The tendency of the mind is to collect impressions every day. However, to get rid of them and return to the state of calm, one needs to practice meditation. Meditation is being fresh and alive and returning to that serenity, which is your original state. It is absolute joy and happiness.
Essential nutrient for the soul
Meditation is pleasure without excitement. It is thrill without anxiety. It is love without hatred. Just like how body requires food, the food for the soul is meditation.
Every soul is a seeker
There is not a single individual on this planet who is not a seeker. People may not know it or recognize it, but they are all searching for that elusive comfort that is hidden in the secret of meditation. The problem is they are looking in the wrong place. It is like going to a grocery store, when you want to fill gas in your car. It won’t work because you need to go to the petrol station. So, you need directions which is what guided meditations by Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar does, it directs our mind.
t is my hope that you meditate. It is my belief that we will change the world through meditation. It is my understanding that connecting to the stillness and silence within allows each of us to live life with expanded awareness, deeper compassion, and greater fulfillment. It is my experience that time spent in stillness and silence can open your heart to the true depth of your universal essence. Accessing this depth of pure, unbounded consciousness on a regular basis has allowed me to see and feel the world with an ever-expanding openness, deeper empathy, greater clarity, and a heightened connection to source. At this point in my life, I think this is a good thing.
Aham brahmasmi is a Sanskrit expression meaning “I am the universe.” When we can genuinely feel we are not in or of this world but rather the whole world is within us, we slowly begin to integrate that mind-set into our words, our thoughts, and our deeds. Once this is truly how you feel (and daily meditation will awaken that understanding), you will effortlessly tap into the limitless supply of what the universe has to offer you—a wellspring of effortless abundance, an unfolding of deeper fulfillment, and a sweeter, more loving world that you can walk through with greater grace and ease.
No different from when you are in a dream state, every experience you have in your waking state is self-derived, self-created, self-influenced, and self-motivated. This is not to say things outside of you don’t happen; rather, it’s how you respond to the unexpected or the uncertain—what you do with new information and old rituals—that becomes the fabric of your life. And we all respond to everything: a kiss on our lips, the wind on our cheek, a diagnosis, a text, a cough, a comment, a sigh, a desire, a memory, a caress, the ringing of a phone, the honking of a horn, the wink of an eye, a fleeting thought, footsteps in the distance, the sun on our neck, the tone of an e-mail, the color of someone’s hair, and even the reading of this sentence. Yet there is no such thing as an external force that can make us feel a certain emotion or respond in a certain way. Our moods, feelings, and emotions are multidimensional interpretations based on our conditioning. Most of it is probably imprinted into our subconsciousness before we reached our teens. The remainder is embedded over the past few decades as we drank life in and reinforced those early interpretations, weaving them into the fabric of our being. Our response to each moment is a blend of that conditioning, our DNA, our current circumstances, our emotional intelligence, and our state of mind in that instant.
Meditating every day has taught me we are all the masters of each moment. And effortlessly weaving this practice into every fiber of my being has given me tools and techniques for living life with less stress and anxiety, greater clarity and focus, expanded compassion and empathy, deeper love and more frequent joy, and a viewpoint that is more receptive to other perspectives, which offers me increased possibilities. I believe that anyone who is willing to embrace meditation can access these tools as well. Feel free to consider this book your meditation tool kit.
I thank you for taking the time to read this book, which came from my heart. I encourage you to try meditating and begin a meditation practice using the guidance contained in these pages. I hope you’ll let me help you find what you are looking for. I would consider it a privilege.