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The Journey of Meditation
There are two levels of Consciousness: Sensory perception and Extra sensory perception. We usually live more on the level of sensory perception. To understand sensory perception, a little analysis is necessary. Our five senses are -sense of Touch, Taste, Smell, Sight and Hearing.
We have drawn a circle around the mind. We do not want to cross this circle. It is not possible to assess the potential of the mind without breaking this cordon. The mind can know the thoughts of other minds also and influence them. It can send and receive messages to and from other minds also.
Why is it believed that spiritual practice is possible only within traditionally accepted limits and not outside them? Meditation, observance of silence and physical relaxation are indeed spiritual, but are...
Thinking born of fear is ever negative and destructive. A fearful man is incapable of right thinking; fear dulls his mind and heart; his thinking becomes blunted. It would be idle to expect a fear-ridden brain...
There are two limits to knowledge. One set by the intellect and the other set by experience. The comprehensive way to meditation and penance is experience, and not intellectualisation. Intellectuals might...
Regular practice of PRANAYAAM (regulated breathing) is an efficient mean of improving the quality of Respiration. It is the process of reinforcing and disciplining the generation of vital energy— PRANA.