MEDITATION – Why meditate?
So that you can see that you are All THAT IS, All THAT HAS EVER BEEN and All THAT WILL EVER BE.
Could it get any better than this headline?
After having to deal with the last four years, which brought us a worldwide deceit, many lies and much upheaval on many levels, the one thing that has kept me sane in this crazy world is meditation.
This is so, because meditation is the one thing that connects you and me with the true spirit of life.
And the beauty is that meditation is something you can choose to do at any time, in the day, at night when you are awake, in the coffee shop, in the restaurant or on the loo, for example. You can sit, walk, be still or move. It does not matter. Wherever and whenever you meditate, the process of meditation simply connects you to who you really are.
To be clear, there are many different descriptions of what meditation means, and that is fine by me, as there are many ways to meditate. Which meditation is right for you simply depends on who you are and which “channels” to the reality of life you have open.
These “channels” are determined by what kind of life you have lived and what kind of experiences you have made.
What is important, however, is that when you find a meditation that is right for you, you will change.
I’d also like to add that meditation will lead you into some aspects of life that still are not really known and cannot be explained with so-called “science”. So if that happens to you it is perfectly fine.
It is mainly because very, very important aspects of who you really are, are currently simply not yet known or are being withheld.
In truth we are truly spiritual beings, but as spirit is not visible, it can be hidden away and when that happens, it becomes possible to make us believe that we are way smaller and less powerful than we really are.
However, as in reality spirit governs everything in life, this spirit is very much, much larger and much, much deeper than what we are being told. And it is this spirit that is breaking through these days. (Spirit includes all material aspects as well as all non-material aspects of life.)
To say it simply:
Meditation will wake you up. Once you are awake, you clearly see what is real and what is not really real (an illusion). Once that happens, you start to live a different life.
This is a process that never stops. It is a life quest.