Quiet the mind and open the heart
First Breath, Last Breath Quotes by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati
"Quiet the Mind & Open the Heart" with Lindsey Wagner
Two aspects of meditation – quiet mind, open heart
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Lindsay Wagner softly and gently enveloped us in the powerful embrace of love tonight, on Healing With The Masters. As we evolve that becomes a dis-identifying process, which can result in great turmoil. There is great wisdom on the other side of that turmoil. When we recognize that phenomena manifests through this process and that we are a critical part of it… in that moment we start waking up to the magnificence of ourselves and the whole creation of life. We have an opportunity to use the identification that we think is who we are, to then move into something different. Using the wisdom gained from our painful experiences, we can then learn to take care of ourselves when faced with the needs of the whole.
Good meditation involves quietening the mind and opening the heart. Usually our mind is constantly engaged in thoughts and can only experience a limited sense of peace. The first aspect of meditation is trying to quieten and ultimately still the mind. The spiritual heart is the part of our being which encompasses inner silence and our inner joy. It is the heart that is the seat of the soul — our inner being — the connecting link with God.