November 6, 2017

Meditating on the Silent Witness.


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


You wrote “Meditation is the tool to directly access this silent witness and make it the foundational presence in life.”  I generally have a difficult time meditating and find the mantra to be disruptive.  Would it be possible to meditate just by being aware of the silent witness?


Sure you can just meditate by being aware of the silent witness if you can simply let yourself revert to that experience at will. Most people cannot do that without decades of meditation to have firmly established that value of the Self beforehand. Otherwise there is the likelihood that during the course of your meditation, you are not having an experience of the silent witness, but rather referring to an idea or feeling about the silent witness—which is a very different animal altogether. If the mantra meditation isn’t for you, you can use the awareness of your breath as a vehicle to experience the Self. It’s simple, but it worked for Buddha. And finally if you continue with your mantra meditation, you may discover that the mantra isn’t actually disruptive, that’s only your judgment about it. After all, these mantras have been used for thousands of years with the expressed purpose of bringing peace and harmony, not disruption. If there is a agitation, it is a temporary by-product of the release process you are going through and once that is complete, it will be fine.



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