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Be A Meditator- You don't have to be dominated by your thoughts

 What happens in a boxing ring? How do the minds of boxers work? What are the thoughts dominating their minds? Most of the time the dominant thoughts could be,                                                                                                              " I have to win this bout. I have to knock him down."                                                  Many a time we hear/see a boxer's mouth and nose bleeding, a tooth broken, or shoulders dislocated. But do the boxers have similar feelings outside the ring? No! inside the ring subconscious mind dominates, which can not tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought. But the greatest force is derived from the power of thought. So do not let your thoughts dominate you. Regular meditation can help us keep a balance between thoughts and actions.                                                                                                                                                         
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Be A Meditator- Mahatma Gandhi ( Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi)

   When we step out into the darkness, Initially it is totally dark, nothing is visible. As we continue to stay there, things become clearer. Similarly, when we stay in silence, preferably in a silent ambience, things within us become clearer. The inner silence develops with meditation.                                                    Keep Meditating.

Be A Meditator- Meditate to wear out interfering thoughts

   It is said that during meditation thoughts come and go. But what can we do with the interfering thoughts which appear when we are not meditating? We can not force these thoughts from not being there or from not appearing again and again. If we try to push away anything by force, then many a time it bounces back with double force.  Then what do we do? Meditation can help us to wear out these thoughts. When we are caught up with such a tricky situation, if we snatch sometime out and meditate, we will find that these disturbing thoughts will start dissolving.                                                                                                        Keep Meditating

Meditate to conquer negativity

      It is easy to become a victim of our circumstances and continue feeling sad, scared, or angry. Aim at dissolving our sadness, depression, loneliness, fear, anger, resentment, ego, and negativity which hold us back from becoming happy and strong. Meditate to conquer negativity.                                                                                                                     Keep Meditating

Meditation harmonises thoughts

   Did you ever think, that every conflict, battle or war sprang from someone's disharmonious thoughts?  Some people are not in harmony with their thoughts. When we live in harmony with our thoughts. We experience a great sense of peace and happiness in every aspect of our lives. We are able to achieve things, which we could not dream of otherwise. We should daily practice meditation to be in harmony with our thoughts.                                                                                                                                                   Keep Meditating                                                                 

Be A Meditator- Meditate to become a champion with deep awareness

       In the heart of heart, everyone wants to be a champion in their own field. Don't we? Who are the champions? How can meditation help us in becoming a champion? Champions have patience and can visualise their victory through thick and thin. A champion practices, plans, and prepares for the big moment. Meditation can help us develop a sense of deep awareness, and practice every day.                                                                                        Keep Meditating

Be A Meditator- Time spent in the flow state, without fear of outcome is meditation

   Can there be any other state of meditation than the Lotus position, (with the thumb touching the tip of the index finger to form a circle and the remaining fingers stretched out firmly)?  Think of a situation when a person takes a jump from a cliff. He is beyond the thought of breaking his bones. When an individual is walking on a rope, he is above his fear of falling. For a rafter, the foremost thought is to go with the stream. Time spent in the flow state, without fear of outcome is Meditation. However, continue with your regular meditation.                                                                                                                                                              Keep Meditation

Be A Meditator- The most important moment is now

Did you ever hear a trapeze artist saying 'Now'? no, but when they are in action,  now is the most important time. It's now or never. The most important person is the person who left the trapeze to be caught by the other artist                                                                                                                                We seldom experience regret for anything that we have done. It is generally what we haven't done (missed opportunity) that torments us. So let's 'live' in the present moment wisely and earnestly.                                                                                                  Keep Meditating

Be A Meditator- No Future, no past, all is now moment

   Imagine a situation. A football match is going on, and the goalkeeper is all set in the middle of the goalpost to save the goal. and then suddenly the ball just goes past him. A shout from the spectators 'Goal !' and from the other end, oh no! as no one expected him to miss the ball. What might have happened? Was he thinking about the previous match or the next league match that was forthcoming? We need to train our minds not to indulge in the past or future, just be present in the now moment. Meditation can help us to learn to be in the present moment                                                                                                                                                                                   Keep Meditating

Meditate to Become the Path Yourself

  Do you remember, the last time, when you achieved your goal within the deadline? Many a time we set a goal, like losing weight, saving money, etc. and we try our best, yet after six months or so, we realise that all our efforts were a little short. As a result, we may get scared.                                                                          Another instance is Supposing we are going somewhere. A road leads us to our destination. But can we reach our destination without being on the road? In the same way, to achieve our goal we have to become one with it. We have to become the path ourselves. Meditate to become the path yourself.                                                                                                Keep Meditating

Be A Meditator- Meditation can turn the emotions of anger into a great success

 Anger is a much-talked-about human emotion. If it is bottled up then it can consume our love, rationality, and emotional and physical health. if we direct the heat of anger towards others, it destroys everything in the path of friendships, work relationships, marriage, and family.   Physiologically anger includes a two-stage jolt. The first stage is the surge of Adrenaline which lasts for a few minutes but energizes the body for immediate action. (fight or Flight)  The second surge of Catecholamines lasts longer, from a few hours to days. This is what can be used by sportspersons, mountaineers, divers, and army personnel to convert their actions into great success. So long as we control the anger we feel and don't let it control us, success is around the corner. Meditation can turn the emotions of anger into a great success.                                                                                                                                                              K

Meditation Requires us to be Committed and Dedicated

It is believed a meditator does not work for rewards, he selflessly goes on working towards his mission. Gautam Buddha renounced his kingdom and all luxuries of life. He went out to seek answers to his questions which troubled him. Maybe we don't want to become Buddha, but all of us want to reach somewhere. Meditation instils commitment and dedication. Keep Meditating

Be A Meditator- Start imagining the best version of you

 Our life is shaped by our mind, We become what we think about most of the time, and that's the strangest secret. So start imagining the best version of you ever possible. Believe in it, breathe into it. Observe your breath regularly with beautiful thoughts.                                                                                                                                                                              Keep Meditating  

Yes I Agree with Everything that Comes up in my Meditation

   When we close our eyes and start observing our breath to meditate. Intermittently various thoughts appear,  and many a time argument and counter-argument start within ourselves. The moment we become aware of arguments, we try to stop them. However, these thoughts come and go and we are not to get involved with them. So it is a good practice to say--                                                                                                                              " Yes I agree with everything that comes up in my practice"                                                                                                          Keep Meditating

Meditation peels away layers of unknown

  As we continue to meditate the layers of the unknown start unfolding like peels of onion. ultimately we reach the core. sometimes we need to relocate our center. Meditation helps in relocating it. Keep Meditating

Let Your Practice of Meditation be a Celebration of Life

  Let your practice of meditation be a celebration of life. Meditation inculcates celebration. It is not a celebration for an hour or a day. It is for all times to come. Today will become history, so let your life be a history of the celebration.                                                                                                                                      Keep Meditating

Be A Meditator- We meditate with same breath

   The world is one. We all smile in the same language. We all meditate with the same breath. We all Inhale oxygen, purify blood and exhale carbon dioxide. But breath has a very important role to play in our lives. if we focus on our breath, we are able to unite our body with our thoughts, which brings us to the present moment. By the way, the present is the opposite of absences. If we are not in the present moment then we might be in thoughts of our past or future, absent from the present moment. Focus on breath and be in the present moment.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Keep Meditating

Meditation is The Path From Stress to Peace

Meditation is the path from stress to peace. It changes our mindset, like a fish jumping from the net of a fisherman to the open sea. Earlier fish was jumping due to stress but after jumping into the sea it is calm and floating at peace.                                                                                                                                           Keep Meditating  

Stop, Pause, Look Around and Reflect

                                    STOP, PAUSE, LOOK AROUND AND REFLECT You might have observed that some people have a busy schedule and feel as if they have been putting out fires all day. Numerous messages are awaiting to be replied to, too many meetings/ too many chores, and those long emails. They feel overwhelmed.                                                                                                       Consciously taking a moment to stop, take stock and reflect silently on what is happening can be quite an eye-opener. We can see more clearly, what drives us and what keeps us busy. Taking time to reflect allows us to notice our thoughts and feelings. We can then shift from reacting blindly to responding thoughtfully. We have to learn that pausing to reflect silently, although not a privilege is meditation.                                                                Keep Meditating