Thoughtless State

Thoughtless State


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“How to do meditation, many people ask. Don’t do anything, just go into thoughtless awareness. Try to go to the thoughtless awareness. If you can get into that condition of thoughtless awareness, you can do your job because that’s the point where you are with the truth, with the reality, with the joy. … If you are in thoughtless awareness, what happens to you is that you get the confidence, complete confidence of divinity. You know you have it. …

It’s very important to become thoughtlessly aware because then there are no thoughts coming from the left or the right, from the past or the future. Just in the present you are there. It’s something you all have. It’s not that I’m saying that to you, but all of you have this, but steady yourself. You have to steady yourself at thoughtless awareness. How long – that’s not the point. The point is once you’ve touched it, you’ll go on touching it. … It is always described in all the great books, but not so clearly as I am telling you. … Even for a second, if you get it, it’s a very good idea. Then you go on increasing that second. …

So today’s message is that while you are meditating, go into thoughtless awareness. No thought is important because it’s your own creation. But if you have to become one with the divine creation, you have to get to that state of thoughtless awareness, minimum of minimum. And that comes to you gradually if you grow and you’ll be amazed how you’ll be able to grow into Sahaja Meditation in a very big way.”

ShrMataji Nirmala Devi, 2002

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Ozge Ozkaya is from Turkey and he enjoys compiling articles for freemeditation.com. He loves playing soccer, watching movies and meditating whenever is possible. :-) He has been in the beautiful world of Sahaja Meditation since 2000.


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  • Rahul
    May 11, 2009
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    Very true what Shri Mataji said. The key is patience and not to expect anything and patience also comes from surrender and it’s very interrelated difficult to express…

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    Rani
    October 13th, 2013

    Hello,
    I just start meditation and trying to clear and activate my chakras . Till today i just focusing on root,sacral and solar chakras. I have one question…….. To get completely thoughtless state of mind ,do i need to clear all my chakras first and then it will happen ? Secondly i feel my write hand more warmer than left . Is it ok? And after meditation my write hand smell like sandalwood . What is that means ?
    Hope you don’t mind to give detail answer . Waiting for reply.
    Thanks
    Rani

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  • A.L.Satyanarayana
    May 29, 2009
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    nice. u r telling True. if we meditate with out any expectation ,then we can see the whole drama.

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