Assimilating Gurumayi’s Message for 2016

A Series of Exercises Based on the Four Wheels of the Shaktipat Intensive

Assimilation through Meditation

As a practice, dhyāna, or meditation, requires that we focus our attention on the goal of meditation. The goal of Siddha Yoga meditation is our own Self. As we maintain our attention on the Self in meditation—releasing attachment from every thought, image, and activity of our mind—the mind gradually merges into the Self.

In her Message for 2016, Gurumayi teaches us to make steady effort to become established in Supreme Joy, which is the very nature of the Self. Meditation is therefore a key means to assimilate Gurumayi’s Message. Through meditation on Gurumayi’s Message, we recognize the Truth of her teaching—that the highest bliss is, and always has been, our innate nature. We become anchored in Supreme Joy, as Gurumayi teaches.

In this exercise we will assimilate Gurumayi’s Message through meditation. We will be meditating for around five minutes.

Click play to practice assimilation through meditation.

 

audio length: 11:58 minutes

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About Swami Anantananda

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Swami Anantananda has been following the Siddha Yoga path for nearly forty years. In 1980, he took vows of monkhood to become a Siddha Yoga Swami. Swami ji serves Gurumayi as a Siddha Yoga meditation teacher; he has taught in numerous Siddha Yoga Sadhana Retreats and Shaktipat Intensives, and he is the teacher for the Siddha Yoga home study course The Power of Recognition: Kundalini Shakti. Swami ji also offers seva in the Live Events Department of the SYDA Foundation, as a coach for speakers.

Swami ji is known for his ability to teach about the mind in an accessible manner. He is the author of What’s on My Mind? Becoming Inspired with New Perception—a book which guides readers in understanding, and shifting, the relationship they have with their mind.

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