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PostSubject: Your True Spiritual Nature   Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:49 pm


Three Steps into your True Spiritual Nature


This simple meditation may bring you into Peace and open your Deep Heart.



Take a few minutes or longer for each step.

Step One
Bring your attention down from your head and into your lower belly.
Breathe into your belly, breathing each out-breath with a gentle sigh.
Notice whatever you feel and allow yourself to accept it as it is.

If your attention goes back into your head just bring it down, accepting and breathing.

Notice your mind slowing down, and continue breathing as you become more relaxed.

Step Two
Breathe down and inward a little deeper, and notice the quiet space within you.
Then breathe into this silence… until you feel a kind of settling in.

Step Three
As you breathe in the quietness, allow your awareness to expand upward and include your silent inner heart.

If you feel any discomfort or tension, come back to the all-important Step One… simply breathing and accepting.
Then follow with steps Two and Three.

As you practice this meditation regularly - at least 10 to 20 minutes a day - accepting will become more familiar, and you will ease more deeply into the quiet and the inner heart.

SIMPLE YET POWERFUL

Acceptance is a gentle deep power. It is the key to becoming free from tension, stress, conflict and self-evaluation in the conditioned mind. Accepting helps us meet our challenges more effectively and feel more enjoyment in our lives. It opens the mind and heart.

Conscious Breathing centers us and calms the mind and nervous system. It can balance our body-minds and align our energies. Through it we may release and heal negative patterns from the past, and open to fuller awareness in the present moment.

Belly Breathing connects us within ourselves in a real way. It can free us from the habit of over-involvement in the excessive thinking of the head mind. It also activates energy from the body center - the hara - for improved health and well-being and it integrates the changes of spiritual awakening.

Silence is the quality of our own soul and spirit. It is the peace of our true nature.

Inner Heart is the pure love for-no-reason that best expresses our spiritual Self. The outer, emotional heart often carries hurt and self-protection, but this inner Heart is always pure and whole. In our deep true Heart we are always safe.

Heart Breathing practice leads to a sense of real connectedness within ourselves and with others. It increases our experiences of sweetness, happiness, beauty and lightness in our true nature.

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PostSubject: Re: Your True Spiritual Nature   Thu Jun 25, 2009 7:42 pm

Useful Post :)
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