When superconscious influences prevail during meditation, mental transformations become ordered. The chaos of conflicting thought-streams, supported by emotional unrest and instinctual drives, ceases. During and after meditation one experiences expanded awareness and becomes capable of more rational thinking. Delusions (erroneous beliefs) and illusions (misperceptions) are either transcended or can be easily recognized and dismissed. The result is rational, coherent thinking: self-evident proof of sanity.
During meditation, so long as thinking persists, rationality enables the meditator to proceed with intentional precision. After meditation, one is enabled to process concepts and perceptions more skillfully, therefore, better able to live with intentional purpose and to implement actions which are appropriate and effective.
Concentration, intentional flowing of attention to the object of attention, is vastly improved by meditation practice and facilitated by rational thinking at other times. Mental confusion and emotional conflicts become minimized when thought transformations become organized and physical well-being is maintained. Soul awareness is then unobstructed and can flow freely. With improved powers of concentration, contemplative meditation practice becomes more effective and functional living becomes more successful.
Speak this positive affirmation:
I think clearly, concentrate easily, and rest in superconscious awareness every day.
Have a good day . . . and a great life!