What is Meditation?

Simply put, whatever we focus our attention on is what we are meditating upon. That's why meditation is neither positive nor negative, but rather it depends much more on the object of our attention. Ever since birth our attention has been focused on the outside world as we have experienced it through the five senses.

Since the material world is in a constant state of change, our condition reflects this instability and uncertainty physically, emotionally, or mentally. As a result, we experience different degrees of restlessness and rest, sickness and health, fear and contentment, hatred and love, etc. This constant play between the negative and positive (duality) is the cause of suffering.

By withdrawing our attention from the changing material world and focusing within on the inner light and inner sound of God (Source, Oversoul, Higher Self, etc.), who is the source of all creation, we automatically absorb all the qualities and attributes of the divine, which will then begin to draw us towards itself. With regular and sincere practice we will learn to rise above body consciousness towards the highest state of being.

Sant Baljit Singh

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