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Meditation, The Path to Enlightenment

posted by The MEGA Coach

lavender-buddhaFrom  Truth Journal by Roy Eugene Davis, April-May & June-July 2014:

“Many more people are learning to meditate.  A full-page article in the November 16, 2013 issue of The Economist, an internationally distributed news magazine, reported that many people are being attracted to meditation as a way to function more effectively in an increasingly busy and stressful world.  Many individuals and organizations are now actively promoting their forms of meditation.

The dramatic surge of interest that occurred in the 1960s has spread into mainstream western society.  It is common to hear many medical doctors and other health professionals recommend meditation to their patient-clients. 

Choose To Be Spiritually Enlightened

Enlighten – to provide knowledge with wisdom.  Spiritual enlightenment is conscious realization of one’s immortal, changeless essence (true nature) and ultimate reality.

The ultimate purpose for our sojourn in this universe is to awaken from dreamlike states of awareness and have our consciousness restored to its original, pure wholeness.

What is mainly needed for spiritual enlightenment:
1) A sincere desire to be fully conscious
2) Willingness and ability to learn what is essential to know

3) A decisive intention to be wisely self-disciplined.

Orderly, progressive growth to emotional and spiritual maturity will then occur with the following benefits:
1) The mind will be purified
2) Awareness will be clarified
3) Consciousness will be illumined by the radiance of one’s essence of being
4) Flawless Self-knowledge will be unveiled
5) Liberation from all former, restrictive conditions will be permanent

Meditate to be superconscious.  Holistic living, mental and emotional calmness, aspiration to be spiritually enlightened, profound study of metaphysical (higher) realities and regular superconscious meditation practice allow spiritual awakening to effortlessly occur.”

“Every day, meditate more deeply than you did the day before.”
Paramahansa Yogananda

I met Roy Eugene Davis on March 5, 2005 while attending his meditation workshop with my wife, Denise in Costa Mesa, CA.  My life changed forever on that day.  For the first time I was able to meditate easily with his guidance and simple techniques.  On that day Roy became my teacher, guru and guide.  Since then, with sincere practice and dedication, my life continues to improve in all areas and transform.  I am forever thankful and appreciative of his example, truth, service and unconditional love.  I have discovered true peace for the first time in my life by consistent practice of superconscious meditation and the principles for right livelihood which Roy lives and shares.  Roy Eugene Davis is an inspiration and expresses the essence of his Guru and teacher, Paramahansa Yogananda.

I highly suggest you give yourself the opportunity to visit Roy at his beautiful, Center for Spiritual Awareness in Georgia or visit his website at http://csa-davis.org/sites/.

Roy is one of the last, living direct disciples of Paramahansa Yogananda.  Roy’s meditation CD and books are available through his website at CSA.  It is a wonderful tool to easily guide you on your path to spiritual enlightenment.

“Read a little. Meditate more. Think about God all the time.”
Paramahansa Yogananda

Namaste,
:) Lee
The MEGA Coach

March 5, 2009 at Roy’s Meditation Seminar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More important benefits of meditation:
http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/haveamagnificentday/2014/06/healing-meditation.html

(Buddha photo by Google)

 

 



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