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Meditation on the Merging of the Two Breaths
64; English rendering by Swami Kripananda ©2017 SYDA Foundation
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As I gently focused my awareness on the space where the breath arises and dissolves, my mind became quiet and I subtly sensed that, indeed, the space of both arising and dissolving breath is one, and not two.
As I relaxed into this awareness, I experienced a deeply silent, yet alert, meditative state. When I came out of that state, I realized that this
had led me beyond body consciousness. The habitual sense of myself as being in the body, separate from the world around me, had dissolved, and a profound state that transcended the usual boundaries had arisen spontaneously.
The sweetness and peace of this experience remains with me still.
a Siddha Yogi from Ohio, USA
As I sat for meditation using this
, my breath became shallow and my thoughts slowed to a trickle and then into silence. I could feel my awareness entering into an energetic space of bliss and sweetness.
Afterwards, as I contemplated the experience while making breakfast, I felt vibrations coming from the fruit that I was cutting, and even from the paper towel I was using! I thought that this must be the knowledge that the
had brought to me—the awareness of the essential oneness of all things.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for imparting this wonderful
a Siddha Yogi from New Jersey, USA
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