As most of you will know, I try to practice meditation. I have told a few friends about it and had persuaded them to follow. Recently, I realized that there are other people who might need it too but since I don’t communicate with them daily, I wouldn’t know. Hence this page.
Here is the link to the website – http://heartfulness.org/en/
The story of how I started meditation is one of its kind but I am very grateful that I got an opportunity to start and I wish you do too. Though the site is really, very self explanatory, I would love to answer your doubts to the best of my ability.
Here is something on meditation that made sense to me.
Sometimes when you meditate, you just can’t meditate. This is how meditation teaches you humility, acceptance and perseverance.
Sometimes when you meditate for ten minutes, it feels like an hour. This is how meditation makes your life longer.
Sometimes when you meditate for an hour, it feels like a few minutes. This is how meditation enables you to get through difficult times quickly.
Sometimes when you meditate, you get answers to your questions. This is how meditation awakens your intuition and natural wisdom and fills you with the confidence to face life.
Sometimes when you meditate, you drop all the pains of the past and worries about the future. This is how meditation liberates you from your stories and narrow sense of identity.
Sometimes when you meditate, you completely lose track of time and space. This is how meditation makes you ageless and timeless.
Sometimes meditation continues after you have finished meditation. This is how your whole life becomes filled with the clarity and peace of meditation.
This is the fruit of meditation – entirely tasteless, yet sweet and free.