What Is Meditation?

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Meditation as explained by Sandeep Maheshwari

Sandeep Maheshwari has explained in simple terms the meaning of meditation and how it needs to be done. Many people talk a lot about meditation and suggest complex methods for doing meditation.'meditation"

“Meditation should not be a torture. It must be fun! Start small. Five to ten minutes a day is a great start!”
– Sandeep Maheshwari

Frequently Asked Questions related to the “Inner Sound Meditation”:

Q: Do I need to use the ear plugs forever?
A: No. After a few weeks, when your mind becomes calm, you may stop the use of ear plugs.

Q: How can I know more about the Inner Sound?
A: Simply click on the link given below to download a Free E-Book:
http://sandeepmaheshwari.com/pdf/THE%…
This E-Book is about the Inner Sound which has been developed as a spiritual path or reference point in almost all the religions, traditions and philosophies worldwide. Interestingly, almost all the religions and spiritual philosophies have been giving various names to THE ONE that cannot be named.

Q: What is the best time of day to meditate?
A: While meditation is beneficial at any time, most people who meditate agree that early morning is the best time to meditate. Part of the reason is that it is said that in early morning the hustle-and-bustle of the world has not yet begun and so it is easier to establish a meditative atmosphere. Having an early morning meditation also lets us carry some of the energy and peace of the meditation into our daily activities.

Q: How to control thoughts during meditation?
A: There is absolutely no need to control your thoughts. Whenever your mind wanders off, simply bring your attention back to hearing. You will find that once you start to hear your inner sounds, gradually the mind will cease its activities.

About Sandeep Maheshwari
Sandeep Maheshwari is a name among millions who struggled, failed and surged ahead in search of success, happiness and contentment. Just like any middle class guy, he too had a bunch of unclear dreams and a blurred vision of his goals in life. All he had was an undying learning attitude to hold on to. Rowing through ups and downs, it was time that taught him the true meaning of his life.

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Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment – is a book that can be downloaded through – http://goo.gl/Ww8lXP – would surely help readers learn more about the power of meditation.

 Krishnamurti – What is Meditation – Why one should meditate at all .?

From Jiddu Krishnamurti Fourth Public Talk at San Diego State College, California 9 April 1970..

Excerpts from J Krishnamurti Talks .. ” In meditation, what is the place of search? Can one bring about order without understanding disorder?

Is control necessary for order? Why do we need control when there is understanding of “what is”?

Can a petty mind experience anything other than its own projections and activities?

To see clearly, musn’t the mind be quiet?

If you see this extraordinary thing going on in your life, then it is everything. Then you are the teacher, the student, the beauty of the cloud and that is love.

What is meditation? But before we go into that, which is really quite a complex and intricate problem, we ought to be, it seems to me, very clear what it is we are after. We are always seeking something, especially those who are religiously minded, and even the scientist, seeking has become quite an issue – seeking. What are we seeking? I think this must be very clearly and definitely understood before we go into this, into what is meditation and why one should meditate at all. And what is the use of meditation, where does it get you? ”

What is Meditation – Excerpts of a public talk given by H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

 

Dr Pillai’s Views On Meditation

After watching your thoughts come and go, what happens when you get into the Eternal Now?
Buddhist and Vedantic teachings generally stop with the goal of reaching the no-mind state—Nirvana or Samadhi. They call that state ‘your true nature and final resting place’.
But Dr. Pillai calls it a ‘Divine coma’ and not a desirable state if we want to manifest.
He’s representing the Tamil Siddhas who actually begin much of their evolutionary work from the space beyond mind.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

Omniscience & The Eternal Now: Meditation Evolves The Self & Merges Soul With Higher Consciousness
 Dr. Pillai describes how it’s not simply a thoughtless, empty state.

The ‘Now’ is where omniscience happens, including the knowledge of miracles. Especially miracles.

You have to be able to conceive miracles first, which is exactly what the logical mind prevents.

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