true meditation

genep's picture

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Meditation is doing nothing, meditating,
for something.

Meditation is all about realizing: “Nothing takes care of Everything.”
EVERYTHING happens by it-Self.. meditation makes this obvious.

Without meditation things appear to happen by cause and effect,
meditation reveals that cause and effect is deception: because EVERYTHING happens by it-Self.

When “we” meditate we do NOTHING – we try to do this by blanking “our” mind: we try to turn thoughts off – which is impossible; so we keep trying to turn thoughts off more and more
… and the more we try to turn thoughts off
the more thoughts deceive us with all sorts of perceptions, like visions, apparitions, hallucinations and dreams, astral- travels, visions of gods and guides... and maybe even a few trips to heaven and then hell.

This can go on for years even decades
UNTIL the obvious reveals it-SELF:
even though “we” do NOTHING
everything takes care of IT-SELF.

if meditation is long enough
it reveals that everything always takes care of it-SELF
but meditation might have to go on for years, sometimes for decades
before it reveals that regardless of meditation,
or anything else,
everything ALWAYS takes care of it-SELF.

…Spirituality's “Self-realization” is mostly about this oxymoron, meditation, in which we do nothing
… so that this Nothing can reveals it-SELF
by doing everything even though it is Nothing:

the ONE that thoughts make NONE, NOW.

really, Really; REALLY.

Trilok's picture

Meditation can be achived through Better mind control.

Freedom is won by throwing away your mental illusions and attachments.

Thoughts are not a necessity; most of the time they are just distractions that obstruct your inner vision.

It is possible, through proper means, to teach the mind to think only when it is necessary, for the period of time you decide.

Without incessant thinking, you become more conscious and alive.

People's experience of the no-thinking state is limited to times of deep sleep or unconsciousness, as in a swoon or under anesthetics.

Being fully conscious, yet without thoughts, is like sleep, but yet being awake.

To understand what inner freedom means, imagine the state of the happiness, calmness, relaxation and peace of mind of deep sleep, but combined with full awakening and awareness.

The waves of the mind lose their power to disturb and distract you, when you still the mind and rise above its desires and whims.

To use the mind when needed, and to switch it off afterwards, is a great art and science.

Cleanse your mind with the soap of concentration, and wash it with the water of meditation.

Consciousness of your real nature dawns, as you start gaining the ability to still your mind.

Trilok | Sat, 07/24/2010 - 03:59
jasdir singh jaura's picture


Meditation in Simple : what "Romeo" Done for the "juliet" day & night,
Meditation is not the thing to do it just appers in "love"
yes it is not possible to vanish all Thoughts,
but it is possible to create one thought,to whom we love heartly,
slowely as the time passes all old thoughts disappears, and A Single new thought takes place, same as we do not remember our childhood,
god is "1"
He is not "0"

jasdir singh jaura | Thu, 08/05/2010 - 13:25
MAI's picture

true meditation



MAI | Fri, 05/11/2012 - 08:20