Friday, January 17, 2014

Meditation is an exercise that soothes the mind, relaxes one’s body and lessens tension.


To silence the mind also needs the courage so one can release the future, his expectations and fears and to only live for the present, which the only period and phase of one’s life that one can and should exist.
It is only by existing in the present that one is able to let go of all connections to the outcome of one’s own actions or “karma”.

Success and failure no longer offer one the identity to which one depends.  It is when one connects to the quietness underneath one’s mental commotion that one finds inner peace. It is 'here' alone, the present that one can forgive leave in abundance because one has left all his negative baggages behind.
Meditation is an exercise that soothes the mind, relaxes one’s body and lessens tension. With constant practice, the rushing and raising of one’s thoughts in his mind holds back, and consequently, the mind relaxes.

Happiness then increases with regular meditation. Love, understanding, tolerance, inner strength and bravery also increases.The ability to concentrate is sharpened, so that one’s mind will be stronger and in control.
So that one’s capacity to enjoy the “present” is cultivated and blaming as well as criticizing, which are negative attitudes decreases or stops. One knows without any doubt, spiritually, that understanding and knowledge lies inside one’s heart and the mind searches for it by way of thinking.
Restlessness is handled by summoning peace. Relaxation will be found when one is at rest.
When one finds at times thinking as enjoyable, one can attempt to contrast its force with silence; thinking will fade in comparison.

Although on certain occasions thinking generates cleverness, silence can grant the complete capacity that of which cleverness is only one portion. One seeking capacity from thoughts or thinking yet turn to silence often gain a more creative capacity.
Silence will be understood and accomplished when one encounters with the Divine that is inside one’s inner being. If the Divine makes contact with the mind, it will feel it and distinguish it as “light”.

The emotions will be felt as love; sensations will be felt as delight.
The Divine descends into one’s spirituality in two sides, namely force and consciousness.
The different sections of one’s being which answers back feels silence, love, light, power and delight.
It is in this silent state of that mind that one attracts positive forces and focus the subconscious to set a goal for one’s success.







I wish you a wonderful Week....)


38 comments:

Noura Kchaw said...

Silence is a great source of strength.

Tmmy said...

Thoughts that are about everything but the present moment are stressful to the mind and body. Of course, we have to plan for future appointments and meal times, but we don’t have to take something from the past and work out an issue that has already ended. And we don’t have to fear for the future. We can set things in motion today to gain the outcome we want for the future and then just let it happen as it will. Fearing it and worrying about it won’t change a thing. All that does is create unnecessary stress. Living that way doesn’t make any sense.

Juliette Jumas said...

When you meditate long...the glory of the Divine shines forth. You realize then that all along there was something tremendous within you, and you did not know it.

David Dimoez said...

When you're alone, silence is all you know

Laurent Dupond said...

Happy thoughts fill us in silence. Sadness, nervousness and fear also fill us in silence. When we sit as conscious observers of our own feelings we are allowing our whole selves to just be, without judgment.

Nancy Pauline said...

great article! I'm off to meditate.

Patrick Solly said...

You don't need to practise any special techniques, you don't need to sit in a special position, and you don't need to go to any classes. All you need is a place to sit quietly. Close your eyes and listen to the sound of gentle music while your guide takes you on a blissfully relaxing journey.

Beauté Femmes said...

Silence isn’t meant to isolate you, it’s meant to liberate you. Once you get into silence a little, you won’t know how you lived without it. Whatever you do, focus on creating opportunities for silence in your day. And, of course you are completely worthy all of the benefits of a peaceful, happy and healthy life.

Annonces Gratuites said...

peace and quiet and the marvelous health benefits silence provides for us.

Christophe Chambré said...

There’s a lot of great science showing that silence is very beneficial to your health.

khaldi mongia said...

All I know is that meditation was the first time in my life I learned how to breathe correctly. Which in turn cured the almost crippling chest pains I was having in graduate school. I wish I did it more now than I actually do.

Tom said...

FINALLY science catches up with nature! I've always wondered why 'Alternative' therapies continue to be termed as such when their benefits have been around long before drugs were introduced to stomp all over our bodies....

Candy A Gallardo said...

Silence is like plugging in your phone… your mind needs to recharge too… and it does more recharging in silence than it does during sleep.

Abdhalla Dhouha said...

This is a very good article with a lot of scientific information. There are many famous celebrities that do meditation like Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Seinfeld and Al Gore. The ultimate goal of meditation is to reach a state where there is joy unparallelled, tranquility that has no end and peace that is absolute.

Emna Messelmani said...

Silence makes you happy, spending time in silence boosts your brain chemistry… and as a great side effect you’re able to focus better too !

Bardi Imen said...

Get to really know yourself by witnessing the thoughts that exist in your mind.

nadia maaoui said...

I love yoga it is a way of lifestyle that my day begins with. I love to exercise putting my yoga clothes on, getting my yoga mat ready. I had put on some weight past year and a friend suggested me yoga exercise.

May Esquivel Flores said...

So empowering! I have been caught up in this twisted world for so long. After reading this article, I know now what I must do to cleanse myself of all the impure things that have filled my life.

amel bouabid said...

I do meditate regularly and do feel the benefits mentally/emotionally and my outlook on life has changed alot..

marwa sahraoui said...

That's wonderful. Thanks so much for this. Sounds like you got some wonderful rest :)

Marc Dubois said...

Meditation is so under-rated.. We all need time to switch off and live in the present moment. Great article. thank you.

Rick Hollinger said...

Take a pause from your busy routine — give yourself the gift of silence. Immerse yourself in an oasis of peace, love, and light.

Sérgio Lopes said...

I started to meditate a few years ago when the stresses and strains of modern life were beginning to get on top of me. The experience has been revelatory and my overall sense of wellbeing and purpose has been transformed in a really positive way. I am an osteopath and regularly treat patients whose symptoms are aggravated or even caused by stress and anxiety and I recommend meditation to all them.

Alessandra Ancuta said...

I like it. Where/how do I start ?

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solcarina said...


I'm so sorry I have not thanked you for all the comments. Come back and read / answer tomorrow. Thanks to all of you ...)

solcarina said...


Yes, it is. Thank`s for your comment Noura. Sorry for late replay- I have been a little busy bee lately...))

Have fun and a lovely day.

solcarina said...

Thanks for your comment, I just wondering...and I`m not shore if u. quite understand what meditatsjon does for the mind and soul. Many may think this is the phenomenon that they will not involve themselves with- something as is connected to new age, etc. But it is nowhere near being hocus pocus ... so the meaning of meditation has to be experienced-although one may have an equally good effect to just quiet the mind to be. Lying in the grass watching the clouds float-sitting watching listening to the waves music walking along a beach ... etc.
Numerous ways to quiet the mind on.
The emotions will be felt as love; sensations will be felt as delight.
The Divine descends into one’s spirituality in two sides, namely force and consciousness.
The different sections of one’s being which answers back feels silence, love, light, power and delight.
It is in this silent state of that mind that one attracts positive forces and focus the subconscious to set a goal for one’s success.
Ok...)I wish you a lovely day where ever you are.

solcarina said...


Yes, you do...)

Thank`s for Your comment Jumas.

Sending lots of love.

solcarina said...


Hi David...)

I`m wondering- some feel that, but lots of people don`t like to be alone with their thoughts. So they use radio- phone- music etc. all the time. Not good...at all.

Thank`s for comments and have a silence time for yourself today...)

solcarina said...


Hi Laurent...

Thank`s a lot for comment- but without judgment....hm- not agree with that. We must accept all thoughts that come the positives and negatives and allow the flow through your mind, do not deny some thoughts. Then mind will then calms little by little and we experience a flow ....)I wish you a lovely day.

solcarina said...


Thank`s a lot for comment on my blog...Nancy.

Yes, I`m so agree Patrick- and I also often do that.

So true...))Beautè thanks.

I wish all of you a wonderful time in silence today.

Sending love and light.

solcarina said...


Thanks a lot A.G...) so true.

Thank you Christophe, Yes and for all of you who want to read a little bit more about it. You can log into this link- very interesting...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meditation

Sending lots of love...)

solcarina said...


Hi Khaldi...)
Some brief abstracts of breath;
We talk about the tension in the muscles and in the way we breathe.
In our normal respiration brands we irregularities and unconscious tensions. We have become accustomed to them and notice them not therefore.
So what is good breathing technique? Very concise and easily explained.
Firstly, it's about getting enough air in and enough waste products out.
The body controls breathing demand, but by taking deeper dragon can breathe more efficiently.
The more you breathe into the stomach, the more oxygen you get in and breathing rate will be lower. For the technique to work optimally, it must be automated.
If you are good at controlling your breath, you also have good control of voltage levels in the body. As always the best 4U...)

solcarina said...


Thank`s Tom...)

Yes, there are many things we can wonder about -but I guess that a wise man or lady knows their path.

Sending lots of Joy...

solcarina said...



Thank`s a lot for comments on my blog; Candy- Abdhalla- Emna and Bardi.
I really...)
appreciate you reading my blog and give me feedback!

So sorry for late replay.

Sending lots of love and joy.

solcarina said...


Hi Nadia...)
Thanks a lot for comment.
Yoga and Qigong is just amazing to practice. I also practiced yoga for many years-but Qigong is my favorite exercise that I practice every day.

Sending lots of love and Joy.