Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in eternal awareness or pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity. ~ Voltaire ~
We meditate because this world of ours has not been able to fulfill us. There is too much anxiety, worry and frustration in our everyday lives. We are constantly at the mercy of negative forces that are all around us. They take the forms of jealousy, fear, worry anxiety and despair.
It is only through meditation that we can get lasting peace. If we meditate soulfully in the morning and receive peace for only one minute, that one minute of peace will permeate through our whole day. We need meditation because we want abiding peace, light and delight. If this is our aspiration, then meditation is the only way.
Meditation is important for cleansing the mind. You can practice meditation whether you’re sitting, lying down, walking, or in other positions or activities. Just try to be comfortable so that you can get the most out of your meditation. You can listen to sacred music, spoken words or any music you find relaxing or inspiring during meditation. Prayer is the best known and most widely practiced example of meditation. Spoken and written prayers are found in most faith traditions. You can pray using your own words or read prayers written by others.
Guided meditation is a focused mental activity that brings us to a state of balance where we can deeply relax and helps us lead more joyful and productive lives. Guided meditation helps us bring about change in our body by using our mind to heal. It helps activate our innate power and ability to energize and release negative emotions. These meditations teach us how to process and release stored emotions and shows us how to tap into our feelings of love, healing and connection. Guided meditation helps us feel refreshed and re-energyzed.
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