Today I’d like to continue with an update on the Meditation series. If you have been following the blog, you will know that I have started meditating in the last few months. I use Binaral Beats and Isochronic Tones to help me reach desired mind states and guided meditation to help me focus on the intended purpose of the meditation. I have now decided that I would like to seriously start using meditation to completely clear my mind. Easier said than done, so I looked up some hints and tips to help me with clearing my mind.
I have found that when ever I am trying to clear my mind I realized that there were actually three parts to this process. When you clear your conscious mind you start to hear chatter from your subconscious mind, My clairaudient ear also start to pick up on things and there is chatter there also. I have found myself trying to wade through three different levels of silence. The key to all of them is a passive mind. Hard for me to do right now but something I am practicing. What this means is that to stop your conscious mind you must relax your mind. If you start to think then relax as soon as you notice and stop.
Then you will hear your subconscious mind. The thoughts that you don’t control directly and are a result of years of programming. Staying at this level can help you to identify your true belief system and find the things you may want to change and reprogram. Staying here is not always easy though. It will trigger your conscious mind. “Why did I think that?” “Wow that explains so much.” and thoughts as such will kick you back into the conscious mind and your conscious mind will run with those thoughts if you let it.
The same can happen if your clairaudient ear is open. I haven’t learn to shut it off yet so what happens is I start hearing external voices that seem unaware that I am listening. Again this can kick me back into the conscious mind. “Was that me or not?” “Where did that come from?” and thoughts as such can give the conscious mind the bone it needs to run away with you. Again the idea in both situations is to relax your mind so that when these things happen you observe them and let them pass. You do not pass any judgement on them which will stop you from having thoughts about them. This is what I mean by a passive mind.
To help you keep a clear and passive mind, you can focus on your breathing. Do not change the way you are breathing just notice it. Another tip to help keep the mind still is to keep your eyes still. When you think you automatically move your eyes, keeping them still can help to still your mind.
It is easier said than done and I am still only in the very initial stages. However I hope I have given some helpful insight into what we are doing here and how it can be achieved. When I read all of the articles and watch all of the videos they speak about clearing your mind, but there is not guide in getting passed the major hurdles. If you can afford and find a good teacher I imagine it would speed up your progress substantially. If you have the time and patience you can work on contacting your guide first and then they can give you personal advice. I recommend this as the best way. helping for you to learn quickly and stay on your true spiritual path.
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- Meditation 06: Silence and Sound (lovelightlearn.wordpress.com)
- Shanti Meditation -1 Know more about it (satyamayi.wordpress.com)
- How To Meditate Without Meditating At All (internetsuccess4you.wordpress.com)
- 5 Signs Your Meditation is Working (alexiaisaak.com)
- First steps into Buddhist meditation (buddhismnow.com)
- Gandhi & the Turiya State of Super Consciousness. ~ Tapasyogi Nandhi (elephantjournal.com)