Letter from Diksha: The power of meditation

The practice of daily meditation is essential for our well-being, and our ability to remain calm and centered in the midst of life’s challenges.

I find that even a few minutes of practicing the Hong-Sau technique during the day, and gazing at the spiritual eye, can be refreshing. It can help you come back to your center and express your higher Self.

Paramhansa Yogananda gave a great example:
“Keep your concentration on the after effects of meditation every minute of your existence, and do not neutralize that peace with disturbing thoughts.

“If you throw a bag of mustard seeds on the ground, it is hard to gather the seeds back into the bag. If by recklessness you let loose the bag of concentration, all the thoughts like mustard seeds will scatter and it will be hard to get them together again.

“By collecting the thoughts and grinding them with the power of concentration, you can bring out the oil of Self-realization.”
(How to Awaken Your True Potential by Yogananda)

No matter how many times you have missed your meditation practice, start again. As it said in the Bhagavad Gita: “Even a little practice of meditation, will free one from dire fears and colossal sufferings.”

Blessings on your meditation practice,
Diksha

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Comments:

  1. Clive says:

    Looking for ideas to develop my meditation. I like the fact that if you miss just gently come back……..

  2. ‘By collecting the thoughts and grinding them with the power of concentration”said by Nayaswami Diksha McCord.Awaken your inner soul and you become fearless.Every body has one’s own pathWe must keep our thoughts focusing on meditation which will add calmness, peace and joy.Too much cluttered thoughts add anxiety and fear, at least to me it does.My focus on the priorities of life, which means students, immediate family most of all God first.Master is uncharge,if we surrender to His will.Nayaswami Diksha and Nayaswami Gyandevji taught through Bhagvat Gita courses few minutes meditation keep us aligned and centered.Thanks Spiritual teachers of Expanding Light.

  3. Meditation is not a pill, it is to deal with everything which comes to your mind.Hostility and anger will never let us become winner.Nayaswami Diksha taught me to face through struggles,running away never solve the problems, they stay in our subconscious mind.Super consciousness shine when you are true to God and your self.Focus on the priorities of life and don’t clutter with million things.It is like people like to become popular to add the volume of friends not realizing, only one person even one good friend is enough.Having God in your heart and His presence will support you as long as we don’t gossip or explore negativity about others.Digging others negativity never calm your mind.We can read thousand books until we clean our inner self, we can’t reach the path of Higher Consciousness. Blessings Dear Friend Diksha.

  4. Dear Nayaswami Diksha,I am learning to face through fears with your Meditation guidance, running away from fears, never make us winner.Cross through fears and blend with them and feel the presence of God.Digging deep and releasing negative thoughts set us free.Poet Rumi said,” yesterday I was clever trying to change others today I am wise trying to change myself’ We can only improve if we focus on ourselves to be better.Collecting thoughts behind the eyes and filtering them helps us to feel lighter.Thanks and Blessings.

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