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Meditate on gap between two thoughts

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Meditation is science because it is a method without any rituals of any religion it is a pure method.Maharishi Patanjali’s Raj Yoga consists of two parts kriya yoga and dhyana yoga.Kriya yoga consists of Yama niyam asana and pranayama relate to the purification of body and dhyana yoga deals with mind dharna dhyana and samadhi are parts of dhyana yoga and meditation is also the part of dhyana yoga.

Meditation is so easy that anyone can do it there are no need to go to any ashrama or to go to Himalaya or to go yoga teacher you can do it easily at your home with full perfection just you need to understand technique of meditation because there are above 100 meditation techniques choose one of them and practise it for seven days after seven days  you feel good then continue it and practise regularly for at least three months.Here I will explore for you a very simple meditation technique for beginners.

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Try to concentrate on the gap between two thoughts

What is mind? The mind is a chain of continuously arising thoughts you go from one thought to another thought but you miss the gap of two thoughts there is a gap between two thoughts.

Sit in a comfortable posture in Indian yoga system that is called Asana it may be lotus or half lotus asana cross your legs and your back should be straight from pelvis to your neck when you sit in a straight position your mind power which resides at Muladhara chakra starts flowing to upwards.Close your eyes and try to be aware of your thoughts and try to find the gap between two thoughts then you will see that there is a gap between two thoughts that is pure silence as you will go deep you will find gap has been widening and thoughts are becoming lesser and lesser.As your dhyana will go deep you will find that there are no thoughts this is a thoughtless stage when you achieve that state then minds power will generate than the power of thoughts will generate and you will feel an eternal peace joy and happiness which is not depend on any condition that is unconditional.You have to p[ractise it almost 30 minutes daily.

Author: Pratap singh

I am a practitioner of meditation techniques and seeker of eternal truth

4 thoughts on “Meditate on gap between two thoughts

  1. Excellent post Sir, I am going to reblog this one for you. This is the style of meditation that I have worked within for years now, I know that this works, at least for me it does.

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  2. I am glad how you distinguish between ideology, religion, philosophy, and meditation. I live in the USA, Cleveland, OH. Our major hospitals started promoting mindfulness and pranayama recently to their patients. I opened meditation to myself not through yoga, though, but through Buddhist teachings of mindfulness. I like how modern teachers call Buddhism a practice, similarly to yoga. I see how some articles tend to promote a more religious aspect of meditation. But it is not for me. I have my own religion ( I am a Christian) , and meditation as well as breath are universal. I am glad to meet someone who shares the same perspective. I am an new blogger. I am glad that there is an opportunity to share one’s experiences and interests with people of the same interests. I have an Instagram account (evaisco) and a Facebook page (Wise Living), as well as YouTube posts where I share my accomplishments and successes in fitness, and healthy living. I started meditating around 8 years ago. I read and studied many different schools and techniques, and I do practice mindfulness and pranayama. I practice yoga daily for half a year, and cooking vegetarian and vegan dishes. On my new blog I am sharing all this experience with everyone. I hope you can follow and find my articles honest and interesting. Thank you, and good luck.

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