Meditation technique to withdraw from senses and experience thoughtless inner space

Even if you experience that thoughtless rest for two or three seconds, it will give you so much energy that you will feel you had eight to ten hours of sleep!

Duration: 5 minutes a day or 1-2 minutes, five times a day

This is an anytime meditation. Initially you may not be able to do this meditation for five minutes at a time. You can reduce the time to one or two minutes, but try to do it five times per day. You can try once in the morning before breakfast, once before lunch, once before dinner, and also twice between meal times.

Wear loose clothing; let nothing touch your body. Read More

Realize the internal changing reality and let it grab or swallow the external changing world, then nothing will touch you.

Understand the change that is happening and consume the change through the change. You will find the ultimate unchanging consciousness.

You are constantly changing eternal energy. Let you consume the constantly changing external world. Let the changing internal world swallow the changing external world. Let the chaos swallow the chaos. Let the chaos be covered by chaos. Let the chaos be filled by chaos. Become centered in the peaceful, deep, restful awareness. Read More

Consciously go into it the emotional memory to disconnect your inner space from it

Whenever you are stuck with some emotional memory, sit with it and meditate on it, consciously going into it. Whether it is fear or love or greed, go fully into it. Slowly, your inner space will be disconnected, purified from that emotional memory. As long as there is any energy or charge attached to that memory, continue to meditate on it. You will soon go beyond the memory and enter your inner space.

When you reclaim your inner space, you will be able to fall in love with the Whole, your heart will melt effortlessly. If you practice this a few times, you will see the Truth.

source: Living Enlightenment

Just Stop!

This is a very powerful technique to strongly bring your awareness to the present moment.

Just Stop! was used widely by enlightened master George Gurdjieff. Read More

Experience deep restfulness by accepting completely the inevitability of the present and future moments

Total Duration: 21 minutes

Sit straight in a very relaxed way. Close your eyes and continue sitting in this relaxed way without moving the body. Body movements will create thoughts. So if your body is stable without movement, it can take you to the deeper silence. Read More

Vipassana meditation technique to realize the truth

Vipassana means realizing the Truth step by step. There are three ways in which you can do vipassana: Deep awareness of your body, your actions, your mind, your heart

When you walk, when you move your hand, when you smile, do it all with awareness. Know perfectly well that it is you who is doing that action. Be alert. Not a single moment or movement should pass in an unconscious state. Not a single action should happen in your body without your awareness. Read More

Between every incoming and outgoing breath, the Self shines through, the Truth reveals itself!

Total Duration: 21 minutes

This technique is to be done with a feeling of deep devotion. You may feel deep devotion to someone, you may feel deeply connected to someone in your life like god, master, parent, friend, teacher, a leader who inspired you, a person who contributed something memorable to your life. You can remember more than one person as well, even two or three people who mean a lot to you like your beautiful mother, your wonderful master, your favorite god or your beloved friend. Read More

Technique to bring Awareness of the neutral space while moving the body

Total Duration: 30 minutes

Sit straight, preferably on the ground. Close your eyes. Inhale and exhale as slowly as possible, as deeply as possible.

Step 1: Duration: 3 minutes

Slowly, very slowly, put your attention only on the incoming breath. Be aware of the incoming breath. Read More

Technique to flood yourself with intelligence and energy by catching the neutral space between breaths

Total Duration: 30 minutes

  • Sit in a relaxed way.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Watch your breath – the incoming breath becoming the outgoing breath or the outgoing breath taking the turn into the incoming breath.
  • Be aware of the neutral space where the breath takes the turn.
  • This is the time when you are flooded with energy and intelligence, during the gap between inhaling and exhaling, and then again before inhaling.

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This technique has led more people to enlightenment than any other meditation

Watching the breath continuously is a powerful and effective meditation. Watching the breath tremendously increases awareness. As awareness increases, inner awakening happens, and bliss follows.

Total Duration: 35 minutes

Sit in a completely relaxed position. Let your body be completely relaxed. Read More

If an entire group practices this meditation technique, ego clashes get resolved automatically.

This is a very powerful meditation that can become a part of your daily life to include everyone, everything around you as a part of your self.

Duration: 21 minutes

  • Step 1: Duration: 2 minutes
    • Sit straight. Now feel clearly the boundary of your body. Look at the room in which you are sitting.
  • Step 2: Duration: 5 minutes
    • Now close your eyes and feel the room inside you, as a part of you. Your space has expanded from beyond the boundary of your body to include the entire room.
  • Step 3: Duration: 2 minutes
    • Open your eyes, go outdoors and look at the trees and buildings around you.
  • Step 4: Duration: 5 minutes
    • Now close your eyes and feel yourself expanded to include all the trees and buildings around you.
  • Step 5: Duration: 2 minutes
    • Open your eyes and look at the open sky.
  • Step 6: Duration: 5 minutes
    • Now close your eyes and feel the entire sky inside you.

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When people ask me whether I am god, I tell them it depends on you!

This is an incident from the days of my spiritual journey.

One morning, a master was talking to all of his disciples in the angle of feeling connected to the whole of the Himalayas. The master was loving and caring enough to allow me also into their morning session. He was asking the disciples one by one, ‘Did you practice this technique?’ It seems a few days earlier he had initiated them into the technique of feeling connected to the Himalayas. They were supposed to constantly internalize that the Himalayan mountains was a part of their body. Read More