Meditation for Spiritual Growth

Through meditation, you can grow spiritually while finding inner peace and tranquility. Some of the spiritual benefits of meditation are highlighted below.

Discovering Your Purpose and Finding Fulfillment in Your Life

With the stress and rapid pace of life in this technological age, many people wonder about the purpose of their life. Did you ever stop to consider the questions such as: who am I, why am I here, what is my life’s purpose, and what will bring me fulfillment?

One way people reflect on these questions is by sitting in silence in meditation. Spending some time in meditation opens doors to help us find answers.

Growing in Wisdom by Deepening Your Understanding

Technology has enabled us to access a wealth of information from all fields of knowledge with just a few computer keystrokes. But with all this compiled knowledge,  are there questions for which you still cannot find answers?

There is a source of wisdom within you that cannot be accessed through an internet  search. It is awaiting deep within you. Instead of logging onto the computer, you can log into your own inner essence, or soul, through meditation. This will lead you to a source of wisdom that will enrich your life.

Awaken Spiritually

What is spiritual awakening? Maybe you wonder about your spirit or soul, if you are more than just a body and mind. Spiritual awakening is the moment you begin asking these questions. It marks the start of your quest to find answers.

If you find that what is available through outer knowledge, whether from books or the internet, is not satisfying, you may wish to learn a way to explore further by looking within, where all wisdom awaits. Learning how to meditate is a technique that can help you find what you are looking for.

Experiencing the Inner and Outer Peace of Connecting with Your Joy Within

When you seek answers and can’t find them, you may feel restless or frustrated. You may be seeking answers to your purpose in life, who you are, and why you are here. This restlessness is often the start of your spiritual awakening.

The answers are already within you, waiting to be unlocked through the practice of meditation. Discover how to enter your personal sanctuary of bliss and joy through meditation, leading to inner and outer peace and lasting joy.

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The Unseen Hand of God

Sometimes, we actively pray for help and receive it, but there are many times when we do not even ask for help, and help comes anyway.

These are reminders to us that we are never alone. Unbeknownst to us, the unseen Hand of God is always with us, guiding us through the rough waters of life.

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Meditation: Keep At It

To get the benefits of meditation we need to have patience. We may not see the results right away, but we should do our job and meditate accurately. Then, one day, the results will appear. The seed of our soul will sprout. Suddenly, vistas of Light will open for us within, and we will embark on the inner journey. Through constant effort, prayer, and patience, we will find success in our meditations.

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Relationship Between Science and Spirituality

We tend to attribute all that we are and all that we have done to our own individual efforts. If we could have a bird’s-eye view of Creation, we would discover the fallacy of this way of thinking. A deeper understanding of life tells us that God created this entire universe. It is God who created humanity and all forms of life.

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Helping Factors in Stilling the Mind

One of the biggest keys to success in meditation is our ability to still the mind. Yet, anyone who has tried to meditate will attest to the challenges of this undertaking. Let us take a look at the factors that interfere with keeping the mind still and explore how we can minimize and eliminate these distractions.

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Humility through Gratitude

Ego means we think we are the doers, while humility recognizes that God is the doer. As long as we think we are the doers, we focus on the aspect of ourselves that is temporary, which we leave behind when this life ends. Humility recognizes that we are soul, and connects us with the permanent part of ourselves, the soul, which is a part of God. So, how can we develop humility?

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Ego: Its Nature and How to Eliminate It

We tend to attribute all that we are and all that we have done to our own individual efforts. If we could have a bird’s-eye view of Creation, we would discover the fallacy of this way of thinking. A deeper understanding of life tells us that God created this entire universe. It is God who created humanity and all forms of life.

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