Month: May 2016

The Process Of Meditation : Part 7

The process is not about achieving or becoming victorious. It is about appreciating and being a part of the process. This is enough. For achievement you need ego. There are no competitors, only participants. Everyone is playing their part so we must share as we are dependent on each other. Environment, sangat and situations affect Read More …

The Process Of Meditation : Part 6

The process of meditation is not without challenges and requires endurance. We face many challenges such as temptation or a lack of motivation when we feel we are not progressing. Sometimes we must meditate during difficult times. The process of mediation requires courage. Courage builds persistence – the key demand of the process. We build Read More …

The Process Of Meditation : Part 5

Meditation is a process which is internal and external, visible and invisible, practised with and without the body. External factors are a combination of timely information, daily practice of focusing and the fulfilment of our daily activities and interests to strengthen our position by satisfying God’s expectations. God gives us with conditions but expects us Read More …

The Process of Meditation : Part 4

In the beginning of the meditation process we need an interest and need to pursue that interest. During the process we need passion and action to see us through using various emotions. The greater the passion, the more effort we put in. We need to practice our passion to make it work. We must trust Read More …

The Process of Meditation : Part 3

Meditation is a process of continuous development and improvement. We cannot improve if we don’t change. Meditation is not consistent or stable. There is no final result. The process is all important. Process is persistence based on experience which creates new experiences. The experience of the journey is in accumulating experiences.

The Process of Meditation : Part 2

Thinking is a process. We are addicted to thinking but are unaware of this. With addictive thoughts, we become dependent on them. Our thinking can become out of control. No one claims it, no one owes it, it is no one’s responsibility and no one forces it. Thinking results in distraction. Thinking is behind the Read More …

The Process of Meditation : Part 1

The process of meditation is the play of God and playing with God. To understand the process we must understand what meditation is. Meditation is a silent journey based on experiences, starting and ending, sharing and listening. By listening attentively one’s inner system listens. Mediation is without involvement or interference. It is resting in the Read More …