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Point at image to go up close. Earrings -Budding Bougainvillea handmade jewelry Three tiny petals and a sprig Father, Ghost, Spirit? Our nervous system is the storehouse of eons of impurities and obstructions created by past actions. Our nervous system is also the window through which we can see our true nature and the true nature of all things. As we are cleaning our window bit by bit in deep meditation, the view gradually becomes more clear.
Consider a partly sunny day with many big clouds moving slowly across the sky. Sometimes our view of the sun will be obstructed behind the clouds. Other times the sun will shine brightly on us between the clouds. With deep meditation, we are clearing our inner clouds.
Gradually, there will be fewer and fewer clouds blocking our inner light. In time, we will succeed in dissolving all the clouds, so we will be bathed in our inner light throughout the day and night. That is what deep meditation is for, and that is why we always ease back to the mantra when we find that we have drifted off it. We can enjoy our cosmic bliss in meditation when it happens, just as we can enjoy the scenery as we are traveling along on our car journey.
But the journey of meditation can only continue if we come back to the mantra, and we should always remember that. I felt some restlessness, some irritability. There are many obstructions lodged deep in our nervous system. Meditation loosens and gradually releases these, usually without discomfort. But sometimes there can be a surge of unwinding within us, and there can be some restlessness or irritability along with that surge.
It is neurobiological energy moving within us. As we continue with the simple procedure of meditation, the surge and discomfort will pass. It can also happen that we will feel a surge of pleasurable energy from the same cause — an unwinding of obstructions in our nervous system.
In either case, we continue with the procedure of meditation, easily coming back to the mantra when we realize we are off it.
If our experiences in meditation become very strong, making it difficult to continue with comfort, there are things we can do to regulate the inner energy flow. These will be discussed in the next chapter. The Possibilities The key to success in deep meditation is steadfast daily practice over the long term. As mentioned, it is not primarily for the experience within meditation that we are doing this. It is for a permanent positive change in the quality of our life. And we will find just that as the weeks, months and years of daily meditation practice go by.
The results can be subtle.
Others may notice a change in us before we do. You are much less edgy lately. We begin to see the world from a deeper place within ourselves — a place that is not undone by the daily ups and downs of life. We become more centered.
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Even as life in and around us goes on much as it did before, we are somehow different. The stresses and strains of life begin to lose their grip on us. Besides the obvious mental and physical health benefits, this rise of inner silence is very liberating and frees us to express ourselves in ways that might not have been possible before. Increased creativity is one of the benefits of rising inner silence. It is well known that great geniuses throughout history have received their inspirations when in states of mental relaxation. In that way, we can say that meditation will help us to become more intelligent, simply by giving us better access to the latent genius that lies within us all.
Steadfastness is another trait that comes with rising inner silence. Since we are swayed less by the ups and downs of life, we find ourselves in the position to stand firm in the face of adversity when it is necessary. So too do we become stronger in our moral convictions, and take a greater interest in matters of rightness and truth.
With deep meditation, we find that we become morally stronger and, at the same time, more flexible in dealing with the many shades of life we encounter each day. One of the primary characteristics of the natural morality which emerges from within us as part of our rising inner silence is the quality of love.
So, while we are becoming more resilient, creative and strong, we are also becoming more caring and compassionate. Our ability to give expands, because we have more available within ourselves. All of these qualities rise naturally by engaging in daily deep meditation, which purifies our nervous system so our latent divine nature can begin to express through us. In addition to the many practical benefits deep meditation can bring us in daily life, we also can find ourselves opening in ways that reach far beyond anything we could have imagined.
This brings us to consider the possibility of enlightenment. In fact, if we take the benefits we have mentioned so far, and take them to their highest level of expression, we arrive at something quite remarkable. That something is none other than the condition of human spiritual transformation that has been described by saints and sages throughout history, beginning with the first spiritual writings thousands of years ago. What is enlightenment? In its most basic form, it is abiding inner silence. It is directly and automatically experiencing who and what we are in every moment — while we are awake, while we are in dreaming sleep, and while we are in dreamless deep sleep.
Always aware, always awake inside. That is the possibility that deep meditation puts before us. From this basic form of enlightenment, we find additional possibilities as our unshakable inner silence expresses further within us, and outward into the surrounding environment.
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In this way are we able to bring much good into the world, simply by living our everyday life in a state of perpetual personal freedom. It will be good to understand the mechanics of our practice in relation to the various things that are going on in our nervous system. With a good understanding of the symptoms of purification and also the more glamorous experiences that might come up, we will be in the best position to maintain our practice over the long term. No matter what our experiences may be today, tomorrow or the next day, it will be long term daily deep meditation practice that will determine our results more than any other factor.
The many experiences we have along the way, combined with the means we use to navigate through our daily meditation practice, will form the steps of progress we go through in cultivating permanent inner silence within us, and the freedom it will bring in all aspects of our life. We already know that in any of these cases, we just easily come back to the mantra when we realize we are not on it anymore. No strain. It is just a simple procedure. Yet, we all have an amazing ability to become fascinated or otherwise focused on the musings of our mind, the longings of our heart, the sensations in our body, and the sensory inputs from our surroundings.
Indeed, such experiences are the things that keep us going through life, and they are completely natural.
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Yet, in deep meditation we are doing something quite different, and that is the crucial difference between deep meditation and most everything else we are doing in our life. In daily life, the activities of the mind, heart and body are the things we act upon. In deep meditation, we develop the habit of letting them all go in favor of the mantra.
This process of repeatedly letting go of everything that comes up during meditation in favor of the mantra causes an amazing transformation to occur in us. This transformation is a process of purification and opening. We come to know this process quite well in deep meditation, operating by the unique procedure. In deep meditation, we are operating in a different mode in relation to thoughts, feelings and sensations than we do in our daily activity.
They might even be the same kinds of thoughts, feelings and sensations. Yet, we treat them in a different way during deep meditation. Taken all together, these thoughts, feelings and sensations we experience in deep meditation are called symptoms of purification.
While many of these are routinely handled by easily coming back to the mantra, some of our experiences will need additional instructions for us to handle them in deep meditation. Sometimes we can experience symptoms of purification while we are engaged in our daily activities too, and these may also require some additional instructions, which will be included here as well. A closer look at symptoms of purification and situations we may encounter during or after our meditation are included here, along with guidelines on how to handle them Persistent Thoughts — Mantra is Hard to Pick Up It has been mentioned that thoughts are a natural product in deep meditation — a symptom of purification in our nervous system.
While it may feel like an ordinary thought process we are having, it is not, as long as we are following the procedure of meditation.
So, if we sit to meditate, and after about a minute pick up the mantra one time and go off into an endless stream of thoughts for the rest of the session, this is a good meditation. If we notice we are off the mantra, we will easily come back to it, right?
But if we do not notice during the long and persistent thought stream, and it goes on to the end of the session like that, it is fine. A lot of purification is going on. When our time is up, we take our rest for a few minutes, get up and go out into activity.
The result will be more clarity after our meditation. If we find ourselves off into a stream of thoughts and realize we are off the mantra, our procedure is to easily come back to the mantra. Sometimes, the thoughts can be so continuous, or forceful, that we do not find the mantra coming easily. Or if it does come, it is drowned out by the powerful thought stream immediately. More purification!
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