For meditation to be effectively experienced it should be understood for what it is and practiced with that understanding. The procedure is easy to learn and enjoyable to practice. Easy because natural; enjoyable because it provides the satisfaction of measureless peace along with progressive unfoldments of innate spiritual qualities and capacities. It allows direct access to subtle and fine levels of awareness and to fields of knowledge corresponding to them. Participation in the meditation process yields beneficial results in proportion to the attention we give to it. The determining factor of results is right, regular practice with alert, attentive responsiveness to unfoldments that occur. Marginal benefits will be experienced because of physical relaxation and mental quieting, so that even beginning meditators will notice general improvements in mental attitude and overall well-being. A more useful approach is that of giving full attention to spiritual growth processes so that highest benefits can be demonstrated or actualized.
Speak this positive affirmation:
I enjoy regular meditation practice. I remain alert, attentive
and responsive to unfoldments that occur.
Have a good day . . . and a great life!