“Solve all your problems through meditation. Exchange unprofitable religious speculations for actual God-contact. Clear your mind of dogmatic theological debris; let in the fresh, healing waters of direct perception. Attune yourself to the active inner Guidance; the Divine Voice has the answer to every dilemma of life. Through man’s ingenuity for getting himself into trouble appears to be endless, the Infinite Succor is no less resourceful.” ~Lahiri Mahasaya
The first principle of meditation is to be able to focus your attention, with the aim to free consciousness, by switching off the busy ‘mind chatter’. Meditation is achieved by focusing either on an object external to the body, or even a function of the body itself, such as breathing or your heartbeat.
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Maintaining a single thought or idea that is intention based is often beneficial in the development of silencing the mind and becoming aware of the breath. The ability to meditate does not come as easily as many seem to think. It involves releasing the conscious and subconscious thought and allowing the mind to be a blank slate so inspiration, healing and connection can happen without any disruption or perceptual disturbances. Edgar Cayce once said ” Talking to God is called a prayer while allowing God to talk to you is called meditation”. Through meditation, a state of self-awareness, balance, and increased ability to focus can provide benefits of better health, direction, and purpose. Meditation can be the single most powerful tool in a life that is overrun with stress, insomnia, or disruptive behaviors. Meditation is also essential when embarking upon any form of intuitive – spiritual development.
Meditation helps to relax the mind and body and lowers conscious and unconscious stress. There are several ways in which meditation can be useful. For some, it may be to find peace and relaxation, while for others it may be to access their personal spirituality. It can be done in various ways as not everyone has the ability be completely still of body and of mind. Many have enjoyed the meditative aspects of a personal yoga practice while others choose to listen to music. Any activity, when done mindfully and with intention is considered meditation. Sitting still and quieting the mind takes serious discipline and consistent practice. Often times, more active forms, known as moving meditations, are a better segway into developing the ability to sit both quietly and silently.
Unlock the doorway to your mind
Meditation is a key which can open the door to a balanced life both systemically and holistically. I offer guided meditations for your home practice as well as channelled meditations for personal growth, chronic conditions such as relaxation or insomnia, smoking cessation or self empowerment. Through developing just a few simple techniques, you will be better equipped at bring the healing aspects of this art form into the forefront of your life. I offer meditation instruction remotely via facetime or zoom as well as developing specific guided meditations to add to your personal practice and library.
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