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Originally posted by dunwichwitch
I'm going to sart my own thread, Omni... be on the lookout.
There are other people that have seen things and experienced things in meditation that I never have. Maybe I never will in this life. But I realized that trying to seek someone else's destination is just not the right way. We are each unique and I feel we should each seek our own unique creative pathway.
Originally posted by OmniVersal
One visualization I have done before involving the Sun is visualizing each chakra as it's own sun inside me. I'm not the best at visualization yet though. Got quite a bit of work left in that area. Too many years of strictly verbal cerebral work I guess.
Surya meditation has had such a profound effect on how I deal with this thing called life that it scares me to think how I would be if I had not stumbled on it. (Surya means center, core or essence.)
The operative word in Surya meditation is REST. If you’ve been “trying,” you don’t have to any more, because you can rest. Through this practice, you learn to rest so deeply and so completely that you won’t understand how you could ever have done anything else. Over time, as years of accumulated stresses leave your body/mind/spirit, deeper levels of your consciousness become available to you, effortlessly. You don’t have to figure it out because it already exists at the depth of your being. The reason for the “disconnect” from your Center is eons of identification with things other than the Wisdom within.
Surya meditation is easy to learn.
It is not about techniques or learning new ways to improve yourself. It encourages you to abandon all self-improvement ideas so that, as you rest and your system clears, you begin to connect in a real way to the essence that lives at the deepest level of your being.