Thursday, February 6, 2014

Meditation Heals Us All


Recently, I had to remind myself of the need to connect with spirit on a more intimate level as I had gotten out of the habit of daily meditation. 

Meditation/prayer is the most powerful healing tool we have.  It is always available. It is affordable. (Unlike some other healing modalities.) It improves all aspects of our lives.

Additionally, improvement of ourself, and expanding our awareness of the spiritual world is an activity that improves humanity as a whole, due to the spiritual fact that we are all interconnected.

We must not get so busy in day to day external life that we forget to spend time in mediation or prayer. All of us depend on the spiritual growth of each other.  

Rudolph Steiner said, "The welfare and misfortune of the individual is intimately bound up with the welfare or misfortune of the whole world."   (Rudolph Steiner was the creator of Waldorf schools, Anthroposophical medicine and Biodynamic agriculture.)

How can  your meditation/prayer help?

There is a general feeling of despair amongst folks regarding the state of affairs on this planet. Some people feel hopeless and do not think they have the ability to effect the world.  If you are one of these people, please consider meditation/prayer as a method to help. Work on improving yourself. Set aside time each day to meditate/pray. Even 5 minutes will help. Be quiet and contemplative. Take time each day to contemplate your own actions, behaviors, thoughts and feelings. Watch yourself as if you were watching a stranger.  Watch how you interact with the rest of the world. Do not criticize yourself, but simply note what needs to be improved upon and become the best person you can be. The more of us that do this , the better things become. Do not despair. You have a powerful tool that you can use right now.

Please share some of your favorite books or websites for spiritual growth. I mentioned the Christian Mystic, Rudolph Steiner above. He has many wonderful books for the dedicated spiritual investigator. One of my favorite books of his is "How to Know Higher Worlds". 






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