posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:31 PM
Recently i had an experience while meditating that i found so profoundly enlightening and uplifting that i still cant even express it now. Long story
short, i ended up experiencing a sensation of lifting out of my chair and into the air, and vibrating at a very high frequency for a good few minutes.
I have read about this kind of thing, but having tried meditation before and having nothing happen to me like this it was quite amazing to say the
During this experience i had somewhat of an epiphany- that the true way to happiness isn't through the various avenues most people prescribe to, but
it is much deeper than that.
The thought that i had was that our bodies being merely the vessels to our souls can only have so much influence on our happiness- but if we can find
a way to satisfy and delight our soul, the door to true happiness is opened for us to feel and love and laugh and most importantly to live like never
So the question that is posed is then; What can i do to make my soul happy? I think there are a couple of things that you can do, and they are fairly
Listen to music
- the vibrations from the harmonies that we listen to permeate our being and can be uplifting like nothing else in life. (im
not talking about the commercial music of today though, more like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zep and those kind of bands - REAL MUSIC WITH MEANING AND WELL...
- With the frantic goings on of everyday life people forget to take time to calm the mind and just breathe for a minute or two.
Sometimes all it takes to realign your chakras is to let your mind cease thought and relax. Inner peace can only be attained when all of your bodies
energies are an perfect balance.
- need i say more? Think back to when you were younger and the times when you rolled around on the floor in hysterics for some silly
reason or another, and then how great you felt afterward. What happened to us in our life as we aged that prevented us from being able to laugh like
this? LOL'ing really does have a place in our life after all
Now being a generally happy person, it is probably easy for me to say all of this, but it struck me as such a strong revelation (for lack of a better
word) that i thought i should put it up for you guys to give your thoughts on. I would love to hear your opinions