Meditation Themes for a Whole Year &
Week # 1: Co-creating a New Earth in Service to the Light
Starting with the first one below, we offer every week a new meditation theme designed to provide an opportunity to recapitulate the essential awakening keys and concepts explored in the Meditation Focuses networked during an 8-year period, prior to 2012. Those meditation themes replace the Meditation Focuses that have been regularly issued since April 2000 to the subscribers of the Global Meditation Focus Group list.
The first theme "Co-creating a New Earth in Service to the Light" included below is suggested for this Sunday's 30 minute meditation starting at 16:00 Universal Time/GMT (which corresponds to 11 am in New York during the winter, and to noon during the summer) - if you live elsewhere check HERE for your local corresponding time in winter and HERE in summer (winter and summer in the northern hemisphere).
You are invited to participate to a global Golden Path of Light group soul communion that starts 30 minutes before the beginning of the weekly Meditation Focus. As it was suggested in the Meditation Focus #214: Stepping Up Towards Oneness Consciousness, "those souls who have taken to regularly participate in these global meditation focuses and similar activities will have, if they so chose, a new opportunity to heighten their skills and deepen their ability to immerse themselves into a collective of souls and thus co-aggregate and meld their respective soul consciousnesses into a fledging group consciousness, which is soon going to be a key element to further expand the now emerging global Oneness Consciousness on Earth." Those 2 successive meditations therefore last one hour, the first one prepping you up for the second, but if you feel this is too long for you, then participate only to the second one based on the theme of the Meditation Focus.
Meditation Themes for a Whole Year
You will find HERE the links to the 52 meditation themes that have been widely networked on the Web from 2004 to 2011 and adapted to the context of a special weekly Meditation Focus Series in 2012. You may use this simply as inspirational material to ponder and contemplate whenever you feel like reviewing them, or you may also choose to initiate a one-year intensive process of soul consciousness awakening through using each suggested theme as the basis for your daily meditations, focussing on a different theme every week.
Ideally you will want to set aside a 30 minute period, at least once a week, every Sunday at the usual time, to go into a state of deep meditation using whatever technique or method that works best for you. If you need some tips as to how one may reach such a state, the introductory instructions below may prove useful to you. In addition, it is recommended that you make time everyday for a short 10 to 15 minutes meditation to allow whatever thoughts and feelings elicited by the daily reading of each weekly meditation theme to percolate through your mind and stimulate whatever awakening process you are going through at that point in time. Try also to pay attention during the rest of your day to insights or soul promptings that may be spurred by the resulting new awareness and greater understanding that will come to your attention. Either note them down to better fix them in your conscious mind or take a brief moment to close your eyes, relax and let it all seep in you.
Basic Meditation Method
Many authors have already marked the way leading to the awakening of our soul consciousness. For a better understanding, you may explore some of the numerous books available on this vast subject. However, we should remember that it is through exploring the rich world of our own soul consciousness that we may gain access to the vast wealth of knowledge stemming from actually experiencing first-hand All That We Are.
We often tend to place too much emphasis on intellectual knowledge, which may create an imbalance in how we perceive reality. It is preferable to seek some balance between our mental and our intuitive grasp on things, between intellectual reasoning and what spontaneously comes from the heart. You should therefore allow yourself a few minutes of reflection, introspection and meditation each day, in a calm environment conducive to such activity. These moments will provide you with a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the depths of your consciousness, to find answers to whatever questions you may have, and the inspiration and strength necessary to continue progressing on your soul journey.
There are numerous ways to relax and meditate. Here are some of the main steps common to most techniques:
1. Progressively relax all the body muscles and let all tensions subside. Having a seated, comfortable posture helps greatly.
2. Without any straining, let the thoughts come and go until they gradually fade away. To reach a state of mindful tranquility, one may at first keep the attention focussed entirely on repeating a chosen mantra, observing willfully the flickering flame of a candle or the intricacies of a mandala, listening to a soothing sound or music, or follow intently the movement of ones breathing, until a point where the inner monologue of ones thoughts is at rest. Allowing ones mindful focus to recedes in the background as it slowly breaks away from whatever it first paid attention to, as if one is daydreaming or having ones head in the clouds, may help to reach a state of detachment from the activity of the mind, and eventually a deep and yet mindful stillness.
3. Staying away from any space and time referenceslike where one needs to go, what happened yesterday, what should be done tomorrowand trustfully accepting intuitive impressions, images and inspirations that may spontaneously well up from our soul consciousness is the next stage. There is a subtle and yet clear distinction that enables distinguishing these soul-prompted thoughts and feelings from the usual ramblings of our overactive ego-centered mind, the gist of it being that they speak truth to us and often trigger waves of tingling bliss generally associated with goose bumps.
4. Passively observe and contemplate all phenomena, visions and new ideas arising, without any mental reaction, while maintaining your alertness to prevent doziness.
5. Finally, when returning back to normal consciousness, ponder the deeper meaning of what has been experienced, and note down what seems most important or talk about it with someone to flesh it out and better remember it.
Another useful key is to strive to remain keenly aware of your surroundings and of your intuitive feelings and impressions that may arise at any moment during the day. This anchoring of consciousness in the here and now moment will contribute to lessen the choking hold of the many trance-like illusions programmed into us, which often prevent a direct and undistorted perception of whats around us and whats happening. This will create a permanent, instantaneous access to the Universal Consciousness and enable It to guide your thoughts, words and deeds through the still small voice within and the intuitive, spontaneous promptings you may feel.
As you certainly know if you have already attempted entering a state of deep meditation after reading theme-setting material such as the following one, the only way to actually reach a deeply vibrant sense of Oneness, at soul level, is certainly not to try to remember, while you meditate, everything youll read in these suggested meditation themes. Simply having a general idea of it in the back of ones mind is usually all that is necessary.
Finally, if you like to have inspirational music playing in the background while you meditate, the album Angelic Music from Iasos (detailed presentation HERE with links to order it), featuring two tracks of approximately 30 minutes each, has proven to be well suited to this spiritual exercize. One of those two tracks, Angels of Comfort, is available at http://youtu.be/GT3RiHYqSUk. Or you may play any other music that has proven effective for you during your moments of meditation.
When you are ready to begin, first take a few slow deep breaths while relaxing all muscle tensions, focussing your attention in your heart and feeling the tingling energies permeating your body with growing waves of bliss. Then, when your mind is at rest and you are perfectly centered in your soul consciousness, you may consider you have reached a perfect stillness of the mind and a vibrant mindfulness best conducive to the emergence of a state of deep meditation where the gentle voice of your soul may reach your conscious mind and guide you to Be all That You Are.
Week # 1: Co-creating a New Earth in Service to the Light
What will the future look like? How will current global challenges be faced successfully so as to create a new era of world peace, spiritual unity and perfect harmony with all realms of Creation? Which role are we each supposed to play in cocreating a New Earth in Service to the Light?
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