"The purpose of meditation is to develop your Higher Faculties.Without this development, understanding of deeper Spiritual Truths is not possile" GMKS
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Prana or Ki is that life energy which keeps the body alive and healthy. In Greek it is called pneuma, in Polynesian mana, and in Hebrew ruah, which means "breath of life". The healer projects prana or life energy or "the breath of life" to the patient, thereby, healing the patient. It is through this process that this so-called "miraculous healing" is accomplished.
Basically, there are four major sources of prana: solar prana, air prana, and ground prana. Solar prana is prana from sunlight. It invigorates the whole body and promotes good health. It can be obtained by sunbathing or exposure to sunlight for about five to ten minutes and by drinking water that has been exposed to sunlight. Prolonged exposure or too much solar prana would harm the whole physical body since it is quite potent.
Prana contained in the ground is called ground prana or ground vitality globule. This is absorbed through the soles of the feet. This is done automatically and unconsciously. Walking barefoot increase the amount of ground prana absorbed by the body. One can learn to consciously draw in more ground prana to increase one's vitality, capacity to do more work, and ability to think more clearly. Water absorbs prana from sunlight, air and ground that it comes in contact with. Plants and trees absorb prana from sunlight, air, water, and ground. Men and animals obtain prana from sunlight, air, ground, water and food. Fresh food contains more prana than preserved food.
Prana can also be projected to another person for healing. Persons with a lot of excess prana tend to make other people around them feel better and livelier. However, those who are depleted tend to unconsciously absorb prana from other people. You may have encountered persons who tend to make you feel tired or drained for no apparent reason at all.
|What is The Meditation on Twin Hearts
Meditation on Twin Hearts is based on the principle that some of the major chakras are entry points or gateways to certain levels or horizons of consciousness. To achieve illumination or cosmic consciousness, it is necessary to sufficiently activate the Crown chakra. But this can be done only when the Heart chakra is sufficiently activated. The Twin Hearts thus refer to the Heart and Crown chakras.
The Heart chakra is an energy center in front of a person's chest. It is the energy counterpart of the physical heart. The Heart chakra is the center for compassion, joy, affection, consideration, mercy, and other refined emotions. The Heart chakra is a replica, or twin of the Crown chakra. When you look at the Heart chakra, it has twelve petals, similar to the twelve petals which form the inner core of the Crown chakra.
The Crown chakra, on the other hand, is the center of illumination, or divine love, or oneness with all. It is situated on top of a person's head, providing energy for the brain and the glands therein. When the Crown chakra is sufficiently activated, its inner core of twelve petals unfurl, open and turn upward like a golden cup, golden crown, golden lotus, or golden flower, to receive spiritual energy which is distributed to other parts of the body.
When the Crown chakra is highly activated, a halo is produced around the head. During meditation, the Crown chakra rotates so fast it appears as a brilliant flame of light on top of one's head.
The Meditation on the Twin Hearts was first introduced in Grand Master Choa Kok Sui's book, The Ancient Science and Art of Pranic Healing (1987). Since the Meditation is a powerful tool in bringing about world peace, Master Choa has granted permission to disseminate, reprint, copy, and reproduce the Meditation with proper acknowledgment.
|What Happens During The Meditation On Twin Hearts?
When a person does the Meditation on Twin Hearts, divine energy flows down to the practitioner, filling him or her with Divine Light, Love and Power. The practitioner becomes a channel of this Divine energy.
Spiritual aspirants who have practiced this meditation for quite some time may experience being enveloped by dazzling, sometimes blinding light. In addition, practitioners may experience divine ecstasy and bliss, and a feeling of oneness with all creation. This has been a common experience among advanced yogis and saints of all religions, and can be verified through their holy scriptures.
This blinding, brilliant, and dazzling light is known as Heaven Ki in Taoist yoga, or the pillar of light in ancient Jewish Kaballah traditions. To the Indian yogis and saints, they call this pillar of light, the Antakharana, or spiritual bridge of light.
The Christians refer to it as the descent of the Holy Spirit, symbolised by a pillar of light with a descending white dove. The white dove represents the coming down of divine energy. The descent of the divine energy causes the temporary expansion of the practitioner's major chakras and inner aura. But if this meditation is practiced daily for a year, then the expansion may become permanent.
|The Meditation Procedure
1. Cleansing Exercise
Cleanse the etheric body by doing simple physical exercises for about five to ten minutes. During the exercise, light grayish matter, or used-up prana, is expelled from the etheric body. Physical exercises also minimize possible pranic congestion since the Meditation generates a lot of subtle energies in the body.
2. Invoke for Divine Blessings
The invocation is important to one's protection, help and guidance. Without the invocation, the practice of any advanced meditation technique can be dangerous.
3. Activating the Heart Chakra
Press the center of your chest (heart area) with your finger or a few seconds. Then concentrate on the front heart chakra and bless the whole world with loving-kindness. The blessing should not be done mechanically. When blessing the entire earth, visualize it as a small ball in front of you, being filled with dazzling bluish pink light. During the blessing, visualize people smiling and filled with joy, faith, hope, and peace.
Visualize enemies reconciling, embracing and forgiving each other. You should also personally feel joy, happiness, and peace filling your entire being while blessing the earth. Do not direct this blessings to infants, children or individuals because they might be overwhelmed by the intense energy generated by this meditation.
4. Activating the Crown Chakra
Press the top of your head for a few seconds. Then bless the planet earth with loving-kindness from the Crown chakra. Feel the same positive energies you evoked in step 3.
5. Visualize brilliant white light
Visualise brilliant white light from your Crown chakra blessing the entire earth.
6. Blessing with both Crown and Heart Chakras
Bless the earth simultaneously from both the Crown and Heart chakras with golden light. This will align the two chakras and make the blessing more potent. Feel the same positive energies you evoked in step 3 and 4.
7. Achieving Illumination
For illumination (expansion of consciousness), visualize a point of dazzlingly white light on top of your head and simultaneously chant mentally the word AUM (Ah-omm--), or Amen (Ah-mennn--). Concentrate on the intervals or gaps (moments of silence) between the AUMs or Amens, while maintaining your concentration on the point of light. Do this for about 10 to 15 minutes. When you can fully concentrate simultaneously on the point of light and on the intervals between the AUMs, you will experience an inner explosion of light.
8. Releasing Excess Energy
After meditation it is important to release all excess energy by blessing the earth through your hands, with light, loving-kindness, peace, and prosperity for several minutes until you feel your body has normalized. Continue blessing if you still feel congested, otherwise the excess energy may cause headaches and chest pains. The physical body may also deteriorate in the long run if there is too much energy in the etheric body.
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From the point of Light within the Mind of God
Let Light stream forth into the minds of men
Let Light descend on earth.
From the point of Love within the heart of God
Let Love stream forth into the hearts of men
May Christ return to Earth.
From the center where the Will of God is known
Let purpose guide the little wills of men
The purpose which the masters know and serve.
From the center which we call the race of men
Let the plan of Love and Light work out.
And may it seal the door where evil dwells.
Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on earth
WARNING: The following are not allowed to practice the Meditation on Twin Hearts: (1) those below 18 years of age; (2) those with heart trouble, hypertension, glaucoma and severe kidney ailments; and (3) pregnant women. Doing this meditation can have adverse effects to the people with the preceding conditions. People falling into the above categories who insist on practicing the Meditation do so at their own risk