July 20, 2012

Guidance in Meditation.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


Namaste Deepak, I am new at meditation, my question is: While I am trying to slow my mind of thoughts, when thoughts creep in can they be messages or guidance from your spirit? Sometimes when I have questions on my mind the answers seem to come in those moments when my mind wanders during meditation!


Thoughts in meditation are a function of the mind emerging from the still depths of awareness as the body purifies itself. It is a natural and necessary process of meditation. Once you are aware that you are thinking other thoughts, then you simply go back to your mantra or meditation vehicle. When the mind wanders off on thoughts, gently return to the meditation practice. Deep meditation is the time to strengthen your connection to your higher self, not to receive guidance. If you get a great insight during meditation, fine, but just go back to your practice until meditation is complete and then evaluate the guidance afterwards.


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  1. hiprafoo@yahoo.com

    What do we think about? -about the conversations we had or we plan to have -few irritating things in life that obsess us -few exciting things in life that obsess us It just tells us the human nature which is a message that can help us as a guide.

  2. @allisonsmiles

    Thank you for the discovery of meditation. I am renewed in stillness as my spirit is free. Even on my rush to the emergency I have found my center, there is no panic! A personal advancement from great anxiety over in situatiOns I can not control. Thank u again for knowledge of such a rewarding gift! Light n love! All the best.

  3. "The mind is a monkey. Like an ape from tree branch to tree branch, the mind jumps from thought to thought, back to a memory, on to an idea, off an ojective, away from an opinion, over to a concept, left to a belief, right to a notion, in to a fantasy, ou


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