a reply to: Rtardx
Meditation is deep thought.
Think of it like researching the internet for an answer, where you type what you want to know into a search engine, and press enter.
You then click a link/search return to follow it, but if the link turns out to be bad, you go back to the first thing, and click some other link,
because you're not just randomly thinking, or day dreaming - you're thinking with purpose.
It's logic, and reasoning, or reflecting upon something to understand it. What you're trying to do is understand the spirit of a thing, it's purpose
or will, so that you can see it
/image it/understand it.
Think of these words as the image of my awareness and my awareness the awareness I have of my spirit - these words are the image of my spirit/desires,
as I see them - I have translated them, from my spirit, into my form/words/images/body/mental images/the light/etc - they are the truth of what I see
in my spirit.
During meditation, you want to translate your own spirit, or another's spirit, into words, or you want to reverse that procedure, so that you can see
what spirit/desire/purpose a body/form/image/word is the image of.
It's basically just trying to translate, or musing on, something. It's your soul looking at your spirit and body or your soul looking at another's
body trying to perceive its spirit/desire.
If you are spiritually dead, or you are negatively possessed, you wont see much truth. And as you know: test the spirits.
edit on 1/10/2015 by
Bleeeeep because: (no reason given)