Let's see what I shared with them.
So, one video will be sent to you per day for next 12 days. It will be of 2 to 3 min duration telling you about one particular aspect of the meditation practice. For example, what is it, when and how to sit, how to regulate thoughts, recording experiences etc etc.
Please give feedback or feel free to ask relevant questions to me.
Day-2: "Heartfulness Meditation." Here we go.
Please go back a little in time and remember how you learnt driving, swimming, cooking or biking. It was difficult initially. Same here, but it is safer here.
Actually for some people, it may be somewhat similar to the situation when Harry Potter went to the 9 3/4 platform to catch the Hogwarts Express!
Just kidding. Don't worry.
Day 3: Heartfulness Meditation. "Can you give me a book to read or a CD to know more about Meditation?" Watch this video for the answer.
Day-4: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-6: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-7: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-8: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-9: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-10: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-11: Heartfulness Meditation
Day-12: Heartfulness Meditation. With this we end the series of informational videos on Heartfulness Meditation.
Hope you liked them. Please do share feedback.
Also, please sit for Heartfulness Meditation every day morning for 30 minutes. More information is available on this website: heartfulness.org
That's it. At the end of 12 days recipients would have got a good general idea of what this is about. If any one shows interest in practicing Heartfulness Meditation the step by step process is reproduced below from the heartfulness.org website.
How to practice 'Heartfulness Meditation'
1. Create the environment
Find a place where you won’t be disturbed. The practice described below should ideally be followed at the same time and place over the next seven days.
Turn off your phones, televisions, radios and any other sources of distraction.
If you need to, tell your room-mates or family members that you will not be available for 30 minutes.
Sit comfortably and follow the Heartfulness relaxation. This can be done by people of all ages.
Gently close your eyes and suppose that a Divine Light is illuminating your heart from within. Rather than trying to visualize it, simply tune in to your heart and be open to any experience that you may have.
Do this for 30 minutes. If your mind wanders, gently bring your attention back to your heart.This can be done by people who are 18 or older.
Once you feel yourself naturally coming out of the meditation, spend a few minutes writing down what you observed in a journal. Keeping a journal of your observations is highly recommended.
Points for reflection:
- How long was I able to meditate for?
- Where is my attention during this meditation?
- How did it feel to focus on the heart instead of the mind?
When you feel inspired to explore this further, you might consider Practising Heartfulness with the assistance of yogic transmission.