Meditation for Enlightenment

Meditation, for the true spiritual seeker of Enlightenment, is a necessity. It is not the only path, however and should not become your sole focus.

With acceptance of spiritual truths intellectually, this practice allows for the truths to be revealed within, through internal revelation beyond intellect.

The greatest benefit to this path, besides Enlightenment, is the insight that you are not your ego mind, but the pure conscious awareness beyond mind.

The pure conscious awareness is your True Self, ego mind is your individual focal point of perception.

Meditation Mandala

Enlightenment occurs once you have transcended the ego mind. Practice leads to serenity, tranquility and peace.

With increased awareness of spiritual truths, and devotional practice of those truths, eternal calmness sets in with the realization that all fear is illusion.

Love is True, fear is false. Your conscious soul is eternal. Your conscious soul is experiencing this lifetime through your physical manifestation. With this realization all fear vanishes, and the willingness to live a life of truth develops.

Meditating Monks

Lord Jesus taught the Truth; we are not physical, we are spiritual.

When he was crucified, he never once tried to defend his physical self, or divert the course. He prayed for the ignorant.

As you practice, focus on love, compassion, truth, peace, hope, and joy.

Evil has no existence in reality, for in reality we are all one, it’s time to shed our ignorance and realize it.

Much More on Meditation

  • Mantra Practice is of great benefit to the seeker of Enlightenment. Mantras are Holy repetitive chants that can raise your level of spiritual consciousness.

  • There are many benefits to meditating. Practicing is an excellent way to cultivate inner peace and harmony. In today’s hectic and busy world it’s necessary to still the mind and reconnect to the pure conscious awareness that dwells within.

  • All senses are experienced by the mind, and the mind is experienced by consciousness. To be mindful is to be conscious of whatever the mind is experiencing at any given time.

  • The Insight technique taught by Lord Buddha is very simple and is beyond religious affiliation. It is an internal introspection that will bring about profound revelation to those who are sincere and earnest in their quest for truth.

  • Japa is one of the best techniques of meditation you can practice daily to ease negative karma and sin. The reason it is so effective is because Japa focuses your attention on the Divine, the very source of your true self.

  • It is much easier to practice loving kindness towards everyone once you realize that the only reason people do negative things in this world is because they are ignorant. The ego clouds everything.

  • Self Inquiry is a great way to discover your True Self. Your True Self is the spiritual you that is beyond ego. This Practice takes you through the body and the mind and leads to the discovery that what is experiencing the body and the mind is beyond both.

  • Daily Practice should become routine for all sincere spiritual seekers. The path to Enlightenment and Self Realization is an inner path. It is through internal revelations that Truth is revealed.

  • Yoga Meditating for Enlightenment is the very purpose of True Yoga. Hatha Yoga is just one aspect of Yoga. Raja Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Tantra Yoga, and many others focus on raising consciousness to higher spiritual states.

  • Proper techniques for beginners should be implemented into your spiritual practice immediately. As a spiritual seeker of Truth, and Eternal Life, you must begin to master your mind.

  • Still your mind in me, still yourself in me, and without a doubt you shall be united with me, Lord of Love, dwelling in your heart.
    Lord Krishna (Meditation Quotes)

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