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    Meditation And Its Utility In Daily Life
    Meditation Practice
     I. "Silence Is The Great Revelation"- Lao-Tse
     II. Body Sensations
    III. Deepening Exercise-Body Sensations

    IV. Thought Control
     V. Breathing Sensations
     VI. God In My Breath
     VII. Breath-Communication With God
     VIII. Stillness
     IX. Body Prayer
    X. The Touch of God
     XI. Concentration
     XII. Finding God In All Things
    * Individual's Uplift And World Welfare


    Meditation And Its Utility In Daily Life

    Meditation is not for a few but is necessary for all human beings.
    The inner self of a person touches the Higher Self (the Param-Tattwa)
    during deep sleep daily. This unknown touch recharges the battery of
    man. So, when he gets up from his sleep, he feels that he is
    refreshed, full of strength and relaxed. This is a natural process for
    all persons alike. If one could not sleep properly, he feels disturbed
    and is in a sort of weariness. It is the experience of every man,
    whether he is rich or a beggar, a literate or an illiterate, an
    executive or a labourer, a farmer or a business man, a housewife or a
    huckster. So, every man needs peace, strength, ability to discharge
    his duties and for tranquillity of mind. So, a wonderful discovery of
    man is to keep his inner self in touch with the SOURCE in a wakeful
    state for longer periods continuously through specific type of
    systematic practices. This is called the art of meditation. And such a
    person is said to be a YOGI without any discretion/distinct ion of
    caste, creed, colour and country.

    Dhyanam nirvishayam manah-That state of the mind, wherein there
    are no Vishayas or sensory thoughts, is meditation.

    Whether oriental or occidental, Hinduism or Muslims,
    Buddhism or Jainism, Christianity or Judaism, Shinto-ism or any other
    'ism', the spiritual purpose and meaning is to lead an individual soul
    to the ecstatic communion with the Universal Divinity or ONE TRUTH,
    the SOURCE. A continuous flow of perception of thought is Dhyana-Tatra
    pratyayaikatanata dhyanam. It is the flow of continuous thought of one
    object or God or Atman or Supreme Source-Tailadharava t. According to
    Raja Yoga, meditation is the seventh rung or step in the ladder of
    Yoga. One cannot attain this state unless he knows the art of
    "Concentration" . What is concentration? -Desa bandhas-chittasya
    dharana. Concentration is fixing the mind on an external object or an
    internal point continuously, without interruption or break for twelve
    seconds. So, an aspirant has to develop himself in concentration,
    which itself is changed into meditation, if his state of keeping the
    mind focused at one object/point/ subject continuously and
    spontaneously for 12x12=144 seconds. It is termed as 'Dhyana' in
    Sanskrit scriptures, which comes from the root 'Dhi'. In English we
    generally call it 'intellect' which is the basic root with different
    derivations in different practices. However, 'Buddhi' (reasoning
    faculty) is said to be directly based on this root term; yet this term
    is used liberally by all systems of Yoga, which is central theme of
    all mystic techniques leading one to higher levels of spiritual
    consciousness with profound depths of spiritual expansion and takes
    one to God-realisation or Self-realization.

    Meditation may be objective, or on qualities or purely subjective
    or one's own breath. In objective meditation the Sadhaka meditates
    upon God only and not man or  Lord Shiva, Vishnu,
    Rama, Krishna, Christ, Buddha .

    Only God  is something alive, vibrating with supreme reality,
    omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent. He may meditate upon the
    beatitude, the qualities, the activities of his Ishta-devata. Or he
    may meditate upon the all-pervading pulsating Supreme Energy which is
    within him and without, permeating everywhere. This is subjective
    meditation. Similarly on his breath while inhaling and exhaling with
    MINIMAL SILENCE. All meditations are good; what counts is the
    intensity and unbroken continuity of meditation.

    An aspirant has to rest his soul on the bosom of the Lord, to
    bathe in the bliss of Divine ecstasy, to drown his ego in the ocean of
    eternity, to draw sustenance and strength from the SOURCE to attain
    whatever he is capable of achieving. A Sadhaka should meditate
    regularly, chew and digest what he has learnt, to transform what he
    has learnt into wisdom, to apply that wisdom to solve the problems
    that cross his path daily. Says F.W. Robertson: "It is not the number
    of books you read, nor the variety of sermons you hear, nor the amount
    of religious conversation in which you mix, but it is the frequency
    and earnestness with which you meditate on these things till the truth
    in them becomes your own and part of your being, that ensures your
    growth."

    A sincere spiritual seeker meditates to realize the Ultimate
    Reality to unravel the mystery of life and death, to understand in the
    bottom of his heart, what is Truth. Once he knows Truth, he knows the
    Ultimate Reality, he becomes That, and there is nothing more to know.
    A person who has realized Brahman, becomes Brahman, and lives in
    Brahman. Knowing is being. That is the highest state.

    India has been fortunate to have produced many saints and seers
    who had realized the Truth and for more or less time lived in a state
    of Divine Ecstasy.
     

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