Energize your manifestation with harmony and focus.

Meditation is a practice rarely taught, making it challenging due to the absence of a clear objective. Society has conditioned us to pursue defined goals with specific paths, much like studying for good marks. However, true knowing extends beyond the past and future, delving into the present moment. Just as going to the gym doesn’t build muscles without creating tension, focusing solely on the future or past doesn’t shape your present.

Meditation encourages being present, stripping away self-created identities. Once these identities dissolve, you can adopt any identity you desire, and the universe will align accordingly. This means you can embody the person you aspire to be. To meditate, sit still, allowing thoughts to arise without judgment. Accept or dismiss them, observing without seeking a specific outcome. Struggling with meditation often arises from the desire for an outcome; however, meditation is about doing nothing, simply sitting, relaxing, and observing.

Forget the act of meditation; focus on the present moment. Close your eyes, observe your thoughts, and let them pass. Engage with your breath, affirming your presence. Recognize the potential to shift your reality in a few hours. Calm your mind by listening to ambient sounds, disregarding the importance of passing thoughts. Embrace the possibility of making mistakes; after all, “what ifs” belong to the future—be more present.

People often misconstrue meditation with visualization or concentration. While visualization and concentration are forms of meditation, they differ significantly from the broader concept of meditation. Meditation can involve contemplation or self-reflection, and merely closing your eyes doesn’t automatically imply meditation. To unlock latent abilities, raising awareness is crucial, as many capabilities remain unseen. Recognize that there are no coincidences; everything is a reflection of yourself.

Let’s engage in a practice to develop your imaginary being. Answer the following questions about your imaginary being, either through words or pictures, avoiding a simple acknowledgment. Afterward, I’ll pose a question for both you and your imaginary being to answer differently.

  1. Describe how you feel around your imaginary being.
  2. What’s its name?
  3. How old does it look?
  4. What color is it? (Provide an exact skin tone)
  5. What is its favorite color, food, place to visit, TV show or anime, song, artist, and book?
  6. Favorite fruit?
  7. What colors does it like to wear?
  8. Describe its tone of voice and accent.
  9. Is it giant or as short as a dog?
  10. Is it a panda? Elephant? Dolphin? Human? Troll? Witch? Alien? Or a monster? What is it?
  11. Describe its personality. (Provide detailed descriptions)
  12. What color is its hair or fur?
  13. What is its expertise in?
  14. How does it sit? Eat? Sleep?

Meditate on these attributes until you memorize them. As you visualize various scenarios, the image of your imaginary being will become increasingly vivid. It will crystallize in your mind, offering guidance and perhaps leading to unusual occurrences around you. Play out these scenarios in your mind for a clearer picture.

Imagine you and your imaginary being are in the classroom as students in a university named “IDK.” I, as the author, am your teacher and guide. Both of you are asked to join the cooking club, and there’s no choice but to cook for events and celebrations. As we proceed to the large kitchen, other members are busy preparing treats. Visualize the scene: the kitchen door is in the South-East corner, with a refrigerator on the left and four induction cookers behind it. The room has six shelves in the middle, divided into two rows and three columns, extending from east to west. Each shelf is equipped with a sink, chopping tray, knives, and other materials. Picture 10 people divided into groups of two, working on specific dishes. You and your imaginary being are assigned to work on cookies at the empty shelf in the leftmost corner. Visualize the entire process of making cookies, dividing tasks with your imaginary being. If conflicts arise, it means you are on the right track. This cooking club is now part of your imaginary world, and I am a part of it too. You can ask me anything about your world, enhancing its realism.

Avoid continuous visualization to prevent neurosis. Remember that this world is for personal development and accessing your imaginary being with supernatural connections. Meditation develops awareness without a specific point. True growth occurs when the ego is uncertain about the outcome of an action. For instance, stopping coffee without knowing the benefits led to a surprising discovery about eating habits. Mastery of visualization and meditation can grant access to occult powers, allowing you to influence the cosmos with thoughts and visions. However, using such powers for personal gain may have consequences. There is no need for rituals; meditation and observation play a significant role in developing occult powers. Occult encompasses everything you do, from thoughts to daydreaming, speaking, and listening. Rituals are often performed when individuals lack the means to create change within themselves without altering their environment, signifying a lack of spiritual wisdom.

Consider the statement, “One can change the outcome of a situation just by changing the way he breathes.” Rather than analyzing it, observe the statement. Analyzing places you in a position of knowing, while observation is like a mirror, revealing what’s shown to you. Meditation is about observation, not analysis. Asking “Who am I?” without analyzing allows for true observation.

Upon analyzing “Who am I?”…

I am Shubhanshu… No, that’s my name. I am this body… What if I chop off one of my arms? Will I no longer remain myself?… No, this is my body, not me. Am I the mind then?… No, this is my mind. I can’t be the mind either. Maybe I am the process caused by the mind. Am I this thought?… No, If I am the thought who is listening to the thought rather than being it. The thoughts are mine but not me. Am I the one listening to the thought?… Yes? If this voice speaking isn’t me then who is it? Hey listener, you hear me? Why are you not able to talk to me? I am the voice. You can only watch me talk, right? Right… wait that’s me not the listener. Who is the listener then? Is the listener the soul or true me? Am I going crazy? See, this is what happens when you analyze but upon observation. “Who am I?” Who am I? . Who am I? . Who am I? (Silence) You are the silence!

Once you focus your attention on yourself, i.e., the awareness, you just watch your thoughts come by. The thoughts and all the phenomena manifesting in your mind reflect your own consciousness. Once the thoughts stop, you only see yourself. A mind with no ripples causes the reflection to become clearer and clearer. A time will come when you tap into a state of absolute absorption. This absolute absorption is you looking at your subtle body, your true nature. Once you do this, something totally out of your consciousness will touch you, and you will go into a state of bliss. During this blissed-out state, whatever you think and do becomes a reality. When the thing you want to manifest in physical reality is seen by the observer clearly with no ripples, it brings that thing closer to you ridiculously fast. Weird things will start to happen around you after the meditation.

Let’s start from the beginning of how things happen and how one taps into the state of bliss. To tap into a state of thoughtlessness, one must choose one of these:

  1. Chanting AUM Mantra (Any mantra works)
  2. Visualizing a stationary and still light on the forehead
  3. Visualizing a still image
  4. Yoga poses and pranayama
  5. Concentrate on your breath

Old thoughts and hints of energies will start to come up in the mind as you proceed with any one of these methods. This means you are heading in the right way. Slowly even those will start to fade away, and you will tap into a state of concentration. You have to stay in this state, and slowly you will start to feel relaxing sensations at the tip of your head. You don’t have to do anything. You will go into a state of bliss. In this state of bliss, whatever intentions you make will magically come true. Whatever it is, it will come true, but one must be prepared. If you got everything you wished for right now, will you be able to handle it? Your life will break apart. So, you have to be responsible and become more conscious of what you want and what you don’t want.

Firstly, what I’d like to recommend is, you write everything you want on the paper. Everything that you want must always begin from paper. The moment you write it, it has already happened because that thing has gotten a tangible form. Now you have to direct your energies towards that goal. Energies? Energies mean you have to live as you already have it. This might sound nuts, but if you truly believe in it and do as I say, there is no way it may not happen. It may not happen only when you have had created a self-sabotaging thought. Even then, if you have focused on the intention in the blissed-out state, your intention will become a part of you, and it will happen regardless of self-sabotaging thoughts. You might say, what if I think about something negative, will that happen too? If you lack stability of mind, you must first work on your chakras. Fortunately, you won’t be able to access the blissed state without achieving some level of mental and emotional stability.

How does one become naturally meditative?

Becoming naturally meditative involves three interconnected aspects, each integral to the others. The first aspect centers on transforming your body into a perfect conductor or superconductor. In this context, a conductor signifies a body free from toxins, blockages, and stiffness. Achieving this involves several practices:

  1. Balanced Nutrition: Consume the right foods, including vegetables, fruits, and pulses, while avoiding tension-inducing items like caffeine, onions, sugar, excessive salt, chili, and garlic.
  2. Moderate Eating: Avoid overeating, as excessive energy is diverted to digesting food, leading to lethargy.
  3. Yoga Practices: Regularly engage in spinal twists through yoga to eliminate blockages and tension in the body.
  4. Nostril Cleansing: Practice pranayama and Neti by cleaning and lubricating nostrils with specific oils and threads.

By incorporating these practices into your daily routine, your body becomes a perfect conductor, laying the groundwork for manifestation.

The second aspect involves disassociating yourself from identification with anything. Recognizing that “I” or “You” are mere ideas and that your true essence is consciousness, the observer of emotions, thoughts, and perceptions. By detaching from these elements, you naturally refrain from judging passing thoughts, facilitating a mind that effortlessly mirrors the outer world, akin to a wishing pond.

The third aspect revolves around believing in your absolute control over thoughts. As an observer, you lack control over what enters your mind, but you can decide what to think about. This control centers on understanding and directing intentions, the subtle precursors to thoughts. Develop a continuous intention-attention-manifestation loop:

  1. Clarity of Intention: Clearly define and write down your desires for precision.
  2. Daily Affirmations: Reinforce intentions through daily affirmations.
  3. Meditation and Visualization: Meditate and visualize intentions as if they are already happening.
  4. Mindful Attention: Be aware of recurring thought patterns and redirect focus when necessary.
  5. Immediate Course Correction: Replace negative thoughts with positive ones aligned with intentions.
  6. Gratitude Practice: Cultivate gratitude for current and forthcoming manifestations.
  7. Feedback Loop: Regularly evaluate and adjust intentions based on evolving desires and goals.

By establishing and reinforcing this loop, you gain control over thoughts, aligning them with desired realities. Consistent and mindful practice enhances your ability to manifest intentions, fostering a naturally meditative and harmonious state of being.

By addressing these three aspects—body, mind, and energy—you create an environment within yourself that naturally inclines towards meditativeness. It’s an ongoing process that involves self-awareness, practice, and a commitment to your well-being.

Using visualization is a powerful method to manifest your desires. The visualized world allows you to focus on creating intentions, forming a loop where visualization controls thoughts, thoughts control intentions, and intentions are brought to life through visualization. Mastery of this loop enhances your ability to shape your reality.

Consider a simple example to illustrate this process. Suppose you have a craving for ramen, but you don’t have any at home. In a state of meditativeness, tap into your visualized world and manifest a bowl of ramen. Your intentions guide the process:

  1. Visualize Ramen: Pull a bowl of ramen out of the fridge in your visualized world.
  2. Cooking Intention: Move to the stove and start cooking the ramen.
  3. Waiting Intention: Wait for the ramen to be ready.
  4. Transfer Intention: Visualize putting the cooked ramen into a bowl.
  5. Location Intention: Move the bowl to your desired location.
  6. Eating Intention: The final intention is to eat the ramen. Visualize the bowl before indulging, taking in its appearance and aroma.
  7. Savoring the Moment: Hold the intention to eat, but don’t rush. Observe the details—the appearance, the setting, and the aroma.
  8. Gradual Enjoyment: After a while, indulge in eating the ramen. Describe the taste to yourself and savor the satisfaction.

By keeping your intentions clear and progressing step by step in your visualized world, you gain control over the manifestation process. This practice not only allows you to manifest tangible desires but also serves as a training ground for enhancing your ability to consciously shape your reality through focused intentions.

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