To perform Vishvas Meditation, sit straight in a healthy, comfortable posture. Close your outer eyes and make awareness flow inside. The moment you close your outer eyes, 80% of the energy starts accumulating within and your third eye, which is the powerhouse of all energy, begins to witness inside. Keep looking whatever is rising from the surface of the mind. Don't use any imagination of your own. Don't get indulged in anything. Don't identify yourself with any thought. Just simply look at whatever is being displayed by the mind's computer.
Whatever your state of mind is, you simply watch. If there is total darkness or nothingness or the traffic of thoughts, you just keep experiencing all this. Don't impose any pressure or strength when you look inwards. Do not involve yourself with the thoughts. Do not relive the past. Do not create the future. Live in the present. As long as the mind is your master, it will never allow you to live in the present moment. For it has no existence there; it lives only in the past and the future. And as these are ultimately unreal, so is the mind. The only real existence is in the present. You are in the search of your True Self, who is neither the mind nor the body nor the senses, but above all of these. You are the Seer, the Witness. Simply remember this golden rule, the ultimate truth as you sit in meditation.
Mind is the scope of world. Mounds of thoughts arise from the surface of the mind. The world of good and bad thoughts hovers around the mind. When you turn inside, you simply watch like a neutral energy. Do not participate or involve in any thought- positive or negative. Do not choose or prefer any thought. Do not judge or analyze any thought- however good or bad. Do not suppress or condemn any thought. Do not attach, bend or mend your mind. Do not punish your mind or try to stop it. In other words, do not indulge in any activity. All these efforts will cause stress and create tension. The more you try to persuade your mind, the more it will revolt. Instead, simply watch the mind's activities. Do not disturb or interfere with the mind's traffic. Do not develop any identification with it. Never try to achieve concentration while meditating. It is going to happen by itself. Over the years, meditation has been considered a technique of concentration by the majority of people. Vishvas Meditation is not a process of concentration. You do not have to get fixated or focused at any particular point. All the techniques of concentration are unnecessary in Vishvas Meditation. You do not need a medium to step inside. If you try to concentrate, you are again making your mind do something. Vishvas Meditation is a state of non-doing where there is total rest, where there is no mind. It is the source of concentration. The flame of concentration is illuminated within by itself. When you close the outer eyes, 80% of the energy that was flowing outside begins to accumulate inside. This energy will then, eventually bring all your awareness to the third eye- the inner eye. Keep watching whatever is going on inside- from a distance. Keeping a little away from the mind, become a true witness of the mind. The mind does not have any energy of its own. In your power, in your energy, it works. You are like a sun-shining inside. It is your nature to live by watching and witnessing. When you see the thoughts with the inner eye, all thoughts diminish forever. For, the power of the mind is detracted from each thought and you reclaim the mastery of your being from your mind. Rejoice! Yearn for this eternal moment in the union with God and feel the magnitude of the supreme existence. Get deeper. Get more deeper....
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