Take a moment to breathe in and breathe out, to let go; to let go into the presence of this moment, and as you do this, be aware of the stillness. You may hear your breath as you breathe in and breathe out.
As you breathe deeply into the abdomen and as you relax the muscles of the body, you may sense the stillness as the body relaxes into being, and as you let go of emotions you may come back to the simple joy of being, the feeling that is pure, the feeling that is not caught by other feelings of past and future, that is just present to being.
As you breathe and relax, not only do your body and emotions relax, but also your mind relaxes, and the quality of your thoughts change completely. Every thought that you have is peaceful and still, and every thought that comes after is more still until there is a moment where the thoughts are just thinking themselves, and the awareness is your reference, and you are connected to such an awareness that you expand beyond identifying with just your thoughts, and you become aware of this blissful state of consciousness that is free and that flows in an uninterrupted way.
As you breathe in and breathe out, just like your breath flowing, not caught by tension, not caught by situations, you are simply flowing in a most natural rhythm.
Supreme consciousness is just this, it is the natural movement of bliss manifested in this dimension, and every human being has the capacity and the structure, to experience this.
As you become more and more aware, more and more conscious through coming back to this present moment and referencing your whole experience not just in the present moment but in the understanding that supreme knowledge is you, is your experience, then already meditation goes much deeper and already the space is so free that there is only compassion or what is known as loving kindness.
Meditation, in this way, goes so much deeper because all of your activities are based not on the struggle of life or in trying to resolve this or that, or concentrated on a problem here or there, but focused simply on being yourself, blissful and free. From that space true compassion and true love can be extended to all and everything.
Tony Samara, author of ‘Shaman’s Wisdom,’ ‘The Simplicity of Love Meditation,’ ‘Different Yet the Same,’ ‘Karma, Mantra and Beyond’ and ‘Discover Your Inner Buddha’ has been inspiring thousands of readers to discover inner peace and greater fulfillment in their lives, through the power and simplicity of practical Spirituality. At the core of his teachings lies the evolution of human consciousness, which in today’s world is vital for achieving deep, personal happiness, inner peace and the illumination of one’s inner quest.
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