There is much information on meditation, almost to a degree that one actually gets more confused about attending this state of meditating, which offers bringing spiritual bliss. As you may have heard that, eyes are windows of the soul and also our hearts houses the soul. Then meditation can be seen as a road which leads to our house "soul" which resides in our hearts, where we get to meet that extraordinary being "self".
I'd like to think that we are extraordinary beings doing ordinary things, as opposed to being ordinary and doing extraordinary things. When we attend and allow time to be with self, connecting self to life and universal truth, then this will bring the desires we much lack, such as calmness, awareness. In our ever busy world unless we stop and make time for self, or else no one can do this for us. As we are the writers of our schedule called life.
In life many of us tend to seek those sacred feelings called bliss and content and calmness from the movement and stream of life's currents we need to row not against the currents rather slowing our own ships called our hearts, and meditation is then can be seen as the paddles which allows us to slow and reunite with that extraordinary being, self. Meditation by itself has benefits which outweigh almost any other form of self help methods we might find in life. Because we tend to look outside for the calmness that by birth is a necessity and not a choice, and meditation can be utilized to feed and nurture the soul, spiritual soul that needs the attention only we ourselves can give.
When learning and attending the state of meditation one needs to remember the difference between actual process of meditating and being in that sacred place of meditation, because in fact when advanced, then the process is not a process at all, rather being in that sacred place of calmness. This obviously will take a bit of effort of following. All learning is achieved by following, and what better way to learn by following own heart. In fact at the beginning and the end, that is all it matters, our hearts welfare and content ness. The two points to remember when learning and attending meditation can be thought as a mountain climber, yet we can also imagine that we are spiritual mountain climbers (climbing the mountain of truth) then the process of meditation (etc finding a quite place and or environment, and letting go of all matter that we might know of) this can be thought as the process, and the other point would then be likened to being on top of the mountain, getting that desired feeling of joy watching the scenery of the beauty of own heart. Appreciating being made extraordinary, this is housed within the heart. We need to clearly differentiate between the hearts mentioned above to mere piece of meat; it is the heart that makes us feel at times makes us cry and at times makes us feel love.
When we attain the state of meditation then this in itself can be thought as awareness of spiritual truth, therefore meditation can be seen as a vehicle which leads us to our own hearts core, it very nature, which is clearly unique, and it's chains of unbreakable purity can be seen as though we are staring into the clearest waters to see what is within its depths. As the saying goes "only the calm waters will reflect the stars" and calmness of your own heart is there to be simply attended. As when we wake to life each day as though born new each day, then many of us feel that we need to do, do this and that, doing doing doing, yet only when we stop and "be" that is everything, that is all it matters, nothing in the outside world can bring that feeling of "you" therefore we need to remember the importance of seeing the beauty within. Perfection that is simply "eternal".
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