Meditation is an ancient science that dates back well over twenty
thousand years. It is a science that saved my life literally over the
past 47 years of daily meditating. It began in 1974 when I was suffering
from a serious illness and was only given three months to live. When
I began recovering from this illness, meditation came to my rescue and
began a daily process that began building me up from the outside in.
I have lost all confidence in myself, and had zero self worth, I felt like
a defect looking for a character. I have been meditating daily since 1974
and in that time remarkable changes have occurred within me, I have
found an inner wholeness and inner unity rather than the fragmented
wreck I was 47 years ago. the method I use has not changed at all since
I started, which is just to pay close attention to your breath, just observe
the breath in and out, let go and ignore all thoughts, and in time if you
persist they will all stop. When all thoughts stops then real meditation
begins, here you begin to enter into the silence within, this inner silence
is the doorway that leads to an expansion of consciousness and awareness
which in turn tunes you into your intuition faculty. Your intuition is that
still small voice within you, that will whisper words of reassurance and
confirm to you beyond a shadow of doubt that you are on the right track.
Meditation is also the science of inner unity and the inner silence that
will open the door to the ancient wisdom of the universe.
I have also experienced many out of the body experiences while
meditating, and being transported to various places around this
universe, once I was pulled out of my body while sat meditating
and was transported to the planet Mars in a blink of an eye, and
saw a man sat on a rock meditating with his back to me, but as I
tried to move closer to him to see who he was, I was pulled back
to Earth in a blink of an eye and landed back into my body and
let out a great gasp of breath, and was shaking for a while,
exciting but also a bit strange shall we say.
Warmest regards michael
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