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Meditation

Tuesday, October 30, 2007


The most powerful tool we have for learning to live synchrodestiny, to see the connective patterns of the univers, to make miracles out of our desires, is meditation. Meditation allows us to place our atention and intention in these more subtle planes, giving us access to all that unseen, untapped information and energy.

If your doctor gave you a prescription to walk for twenty minutes twice a day and tole you that those walks alone would lead to good health, peace of mind, freedom from worry, increased success in your personal and professional life, would you follow her recommendation? Most people would at least give it a try.

The synchrodestiny prescription is to meditate for fifteen to twenty minutes twice a day, followed by a moment of extending an invitation to your archetypes (I'll post on this as soon as the meditation posts are complete). If you do that twice a day, you'll start to see a transformation in your life and creating the miracles you want.

Meditation is a simple process that is difficult to describe, but is very easy to do once you begin to practice it regularly. In the next post, I will present the basics of meditation so that we can successfully apply the principles of synchrodestiny as described in the book.

~from The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire
by Deepak Chopra

2 comments:

Daniel B. said...

Okay lets get meditating. Since I try to do this every day should be no hardship to do it now. I am wondering how focused should our intentions be? Do they have to be specific or can they be more general?

Two Feathers said...

We will be getting into then nuts and bolts of intentions soon. Today I will be posting "How to Meditate" and also "Mantras" so that we can get a good grip on that first.

From what I have understood so far, the intention for the meditation is to contact our source and expand our consciousness so that we are automatically more in tune with the energy of manifestation. It's like tuning in.. fine tuning our body/mind/spirit so that when we want something it will spontaneously occur...

So, I'm going to get with it right now and get those posts up.

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