December 27, 2013

Silence and Meditation.


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


Dear Deepak, I just started applying 7 spiritual laws of success and I’m feeling the change in me. What is the difference between meditation and practicing silence? Until now I was thinking that both are the same please tell me difference.


Meditation is a reliable means of contacting the silence of our inner self. Practicing silence can mean almost anything depending upon the state of consciousness of the person in question. For some rare individuals it can be simply closing the eyes and connecting to silent awareness beyond thought and mind. For most people it be closing the eyes and thinking about silence in the midst of thinking other thoughts. But thoughts of silence are still mental activity and not actual silence or stillness. Without a traditional technique like meditation, that takes the mind beyond itself, silence is usually just another thought, not a transcendent experience.


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  1. Ringo

    P.S. I wasn`t fully listening and I forgot to say mediatation is a natural state but can be a challenge to do in this busy, noisy world, but well worth the effort. The mind can be calmed and our connection to our essence salvaged. If people really listened to each other without formulating their response while the person is talking, the world would be a much better place. Peace.

  2. Ringo

    Listening in a relaxed and receptive state can indeed be meditation. Listen to the right ear and relax.

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