Meditation—How The Mind Thinks


1 Meditation is a process of quieting the mind. In the process, we realize that the mind never sleeps by thinking about what is next: Why this and why that?” or “What is the purpose of this or that?” or “What should I do, and how should I do it?

2 In the meditative process, you find yourself in the thinking process of your surroundings. You may choose light, darkness, psychedelic, visualizing a tunnel, or seek to see the void. You see?

3 The mind always seeks for something, and in the process, you find yourself “somewhere” where you can identify with it: A chosen path or a chosen environment.

4 It is the mind that thinks who you want to be. In meditation, you refrain from thinking about the material world and search for what you interpret as the spirit world. You see?

5 Your mind cannot go somewhere it cannot relate to. There is no such thing as a place for your mind to be when you meditate. There is no place. You see?

6 It is only the notion that you are something other than what you think you are that drives you to open that “door” for you to see the other aspect of you.

7 In truth, none of this exists. But in your mind, as the soul moves through this plane, it does seek a place to be (to dwell). That “place” is found based on the understanding of what is and is not in the realm of the spirit plane, seen by the soul, and based on its previous experiences and paths.

8 Two people in tune with each other may define the expression of what they have seen in a very similar way, while two others, totally unattached one from one, with different perspectives of life, may find themselves in total disagreement or disharmony when seen what is and is not through the eyes of the soul. You see?

9 It is all based on preconceived experiences and their ability to see through the veil of humanity, making one see what one sees through meditation.

10 A good example is Buddha, who experienced temptation by Mara while in a meditative stage. Another example is when Jesus is tempted by the devil in the desert.

11 Jesus’ experience was not portrayed as a meditation process but rather as a journey when, in fact, it was through a meditation process.

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