“Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in Eternal awareness or Pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity.” – Swami Sivananda Radna
1. Take a few minutes to focus on your breathing- no forcing, just noticing
2. Notice different areas that might be tight in the body- relax each body part
3. Ask the question “What am I?” – notice, observe
4. Ask again- notice
5. Observe thoughts as they move
6. Ask again- pay attention, no forcing
Do this every night before bed or at your convenience. It is not important to get immediate answers. The important thing is to become aware. There are many ways to meditate. This is a simple one that can be done at any moment without any training.
Guided Meditation to Open the Heart
I began meditating in 1992 to prepare me for dance and acting auditions. I noticed right away the difference in my performance.
I would do 20 minutes of guided meditation everyday. Then, in 1997, I was given a book- First Thunder by MSI.
It talks about an advanced meditation, called Ascension, and an order of Monks that have passed on this sacred teaching. I learned the ancient techniques and my life changed.
I started meditating 2 hours in the morning, afternoon, and night because I loved it.
I later became a teacher of Ascension and taught classes until 2002. The techniques are simple but profound. They are passed on in person through weekend workshops.
Creating Intentionally Can Change Your Life
Try these for 30 days and let me know your results : )
Intentions for the Day
(Say these in the morning )
I am creating today being the best day of my life
I am creating all good coming to me
I am creating gentleness and ease
(Say these throughout the day)
I am loved
I am happy
I am whole
I am perfect
I am powerful
I am harmonious
I am loving
I am healthy
I am wealthy
I am abundant
1. Write down 3 things you don’t like in your life
2. Write down the opposite of each – you have an old car you hate changes to a new car (be specific). Example: Is it a silver Mustang?
3. Picture the outcome (picture driving that new car)
4. Notice how it feels getting what you want