Learn to Ignore or Dismiss Distracting Thoughts

December 8, 2013

When meditating, remain focused on the ideal of awakening to the clearest levels of consciousness you are capable of experiencing. If thoughts intrude, ignore or dismiss them. You are not mind, therefore, you are not thoughts. When you are highly motivated and devoted to your meditation ideal, it will be easy to avoid involvements with thoughts and moods. Mental transformations and mood changes will occur as long as restlessness causes impulses to arise from unconscious levels of the mind. These impulses cause movements in the mental field that flow like waves.

When your concentration improves and your body becomes relaxed, impulses caused by restlessness become diminished in intensity, thoughts become more refined, and the mental field becomes increasingly clear. Note that mental activity is not suppressed by meditation. Instead, the calming effects of meditation result in a natural quieting of impulses that ordinarily cause disorganized mental activity. With mental calm, superconscious states become more pronounced.

Speak this positive affirmation:

Mentally calm, with focused attention, I allow superconscious realizations to unfold.

Have a good day . . . and a great life!