Meditation is to expand in love

I thought of you when I read this quote from “Meditation: Achieving Inner Peace and Tranquility in Your Life (Little Books and CDs)” by Brian L. Weiss –

“Meditation As a Path to Love and New Beginnings The capacity to love and feel loved restores balance. It sends us back into the world equipped with impressive skills. Since the subconscious is less sensitive to criticism and the judgments of others, it becomes a wellspring of creativity and intuition. Over time, continued contact with our authentic inner self empowers us to trust our own emotions and feelings and to realize the unique contribution that we make to the world. Here’s an example from my own life: At one point, my relationship with my son, Jordan, was rather thorny as we struggled through a rough patch of his adolescence. One day, while in a deep state of meditation, without any particular thoughts in my mind, I suddenly heard a booming voice inside my head. It was like a telepathic trumpet, and it shook my whole body. “Just love him!”the voice thundered. I was instantly wide awake, for I knew the message was referring to Jordan. One very early and dark morning a week later, I was driving Jordan to school. I tried to get a conversation going, but his responses were particularly monosyllabic that day. He was just plain grumpy. I knew I had the choice of being angry or just letting it go. I thought of the message—Just love him!—and I chose the latter. “Jordan, just remember that I love you,”I said as I dropped him off. To my surprise, he replied, “I love you, too.”That was a great new start for us both. In this book, I’ll be using my experiences as a therapist to teach you about the benefits you may reap from meditation in at least three areas: (1) solving personal conflicts and difficult relationships; (2) helping the body and mind to heal; and (3) starting out on the path to spiritual growth and development. It’s my hope that meditation will give you new beginnings, too.”

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Mohan Sundaram
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