Saturday, July 18, 2015

KEYS TO NIVANA




1st Key
 
Focus on your breath. Simply observe the flow of your breath for a minute. Next breath in to the count of 5, hold to the count of 5 then exhale. Remember to breath deep into your belly so your belly expands. Repeat the deep breath, then allow your beathing to return to its natural rythem.

2nd Key
 
Focus your attention on the muscles in your toes. Tighten these muscles to the count of five then relax.
Focus your attention on the muscles in your feet. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Focus your attention on your calf muscles. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Focus your attention on your thigh muscles. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Focus your attention on your buttocks. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Focus your attention on your stomach muscles. Tighten these muscles to the count of five then relax.
Focus your attention on your back muscles. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Focus your attention on your chest muscles. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Focus your attention on your arm muscles. Tighten these muscles to the count of five, then relax.
Allow your head to roll from side to side, relaxing the muscles in your neck.
Stretch the muscles in your face, opening your mouth and eyes wide, then squeeze your face up like a prune to the count of five. Then relax.
Go over your body again relaxing any muscles that are still not relaxed.

3rd Key
 
Now close your eyes and simply observe the blue black space before you. I want you to observe your thoughts in a detached manner, like fish swimming in the stream of your consciousness. They appear, linger for a while, then disappear. After a while fewer and fewer thoughts or fish will appear until the water in the stream is still. You will notice a reflection of the moon in the stream and you will notice the reflection of the trees. At this point you will have entered Nivana.

I set aside 2 x 30 min meditationa sessions per day. One in the morning and one in the evening.
When you first start to pracitice meditation you may find that your thoughts are racing at 100 m.p.h. in a mono-dialogue. With continued meditation practise you should find that your thoughts become random and spaced. This is normal. The internal chatter starts to quieten.

Let us know how you are progressing.

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