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Re: meditation

Post by happyrain » Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:07 pm

i had a meditative experience during work yesterday. the effects of meditation may not always be instantaneous or all that apparent but there might be a time outside of your practice when you realize all the love that is presently available to you, or you experience a feeling of gratitude for where you are in life and that how you respond to circumstance has changed, these moments are the result of ones effort to reach within. my mantra lately is, "peace. patience. silence." a few nights before this meditative experience, the wisdom from gurunath was relayed to me in a dream. he said, "the soul is the guru and the breath is the student."
during the idle times at work or if my mind started to wander by jumping to the past or future, experiencing unwanted emotions or trying to process and label people in my environment, i found myself saying this mantra internally- patience, peace, silence... I would carry the thought of these emotions in my breath, breathing in with intent, long slow inhales and exhale halting the mind and the experience that followed was such a beautiful feeling, a calm flow... what I felt can best be described as gentle abrasions upon my consciousness, like the Guru(the Soul) was kneading my very being...
i hope the spiritual family has a wonderful weekend
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Re: meditation

Post by Seeker13 » Sat Jul 13, 2019 10:48 am

Eric,
This post was a balm to my spirit.
happyrain wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:07 pm
"the soul is the guru and the breath is the student."
This pithy statement, felt like a waltz of music and poetry.

So many key words of personal growth; love, gratitude, peace, patience, silence,
happyrain wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:07 pm
I would carry the thought of these emotions in my breath, breathing in with intent, long slow inhales and exhale halting the mind and the experience that followed was such a beautiful feeling, a calm flow...
Perspective makes all the difference, doesn't it?

Hope you have a wonderful weekend also, while that amazing personal guru of yours continues it's work.

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Re: meditation

Post by happyrain » Sat Jul 13, 2019 4:15 pm

Thanks Kim.
The Soul is Our Guru. :loves

I know the wisdom was taken from one of Gurunaths video's wherein he says those exact words, and that the subconscious mind plays back things we've recorded from earlier in the day- still, to have it come across so clearly again in the dream I felt was the Soul saying, take note self. :lol:

Gurunath will randomly rhyme when he speaks of a divine intelligence which comes out so perfect and if one were to try and repeat it aloud, it would cause one to pause and consider the meaning. To effortlessly channel such Love is a real blessing for humanity.

Perspective is fascinating, and the practice of silenting our mind is all the more perplexing- especially since we so easily identify with our thoughts. :scratch: What a challenge. Thank you for keeping me encouraged to meditate and share my experiences here. I hope others come forward to share and inspire, I would enjoy reading more from students of the akashic construct.

How are you? How is your family?
Have a beautiful weekend, with Love. :hithere

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Re: meditation

Post by happyrain » Sun Jul 14, 2019 4:42 pm

Kim,
How cool is this? The mantra peace, patience, and silence has left me with a practice in lessening the attachments and identifications to my thoughts. When I had that experience, the wave like flow of consciousness, i wasn't thinking anything. It did leave me thinking afterwards :roll that anytime I want I can let go of certain thoughts and that I am more than my thoughts...
Anyways... Gurunath is touring the USA right now and after this experience I found this video, coincidence? I think not.
The title is, "When Thoughts Disappear, Consciousness Appears" :study:
https://youtu.be/gxH0nPN7E4I
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Re: meditation

Post by Seeker13 » Thu Jul 18, 2019 12:18 am

Hi Eric!
In the summer tourism completely drives the economy where I live. My son and daughter-in-law run a small motel. Between helping with cleaning and watching my granddaughters, I'm hopping! My husband also had surgery on the rotator cuff in his shoulder on July 8, will be out of commission for five more weeks. With my center closing and the rush of our summer, it kind of feels like someone put my life in a paper bag, shook it up, dumping it in a heap.

Surprisingly, I'm really okay with it. As we've stated, "PERSPECTIVE is everything." By viewing each instance and wondering about it's purpose, it feels like I'm appreciating and seeing things that have been in my view for ever, but for some reason I'm finally stopping to really see it. It's so interesting the effect it's had on my actions and reactions. I'm feeling much closer and appreciative of my friends and people in my family. It seems the clearing of unneeded thoughts and emotions I'd experienced a few months ago, on up to a few weeks ago, was to help me cope with what's happening now.

I've been meditating as often as I can to help maintain emotional balance and feel very connected to spirit. Putting as much free time as I can into my gardens, and relationships, instead of worrying so much about the shoulda, coulda, wouldas…(LOL! Things I probably should pay more attention to). Even in a life of chaos it seems every time I turn around, something is being left for me to discover.

It's a little crazy, so many woman family members, friends and acquaintances are experiencing hardship right now. I'm understanding this is all about the effects of The Correcting Time. These are their lessons. Instead of stressing out with them, trying to offer advice, rescue, or help fix it for them, like so many times in the past. I'm listening instead, offering encouragement and silently praying for them.

My meditations are much more focused on inviting those suffering into the River Of Love more than ever before. Because of this, it feels more connected with spirit now because of setting my intention on offering others a chance to enter the river, allowing the water to carry away their physical and emotional pain. Also asking God to embrace each person, sending them divine healing light. A few weeks ago I invited the spirit of a coworker into meditation with me. After introducing her to each celestial present they lovingly replied, "I know you." I shared this with her in a conversation and she was deeply touched by this declaration.

I'm off to pick strawberries and see if any little beans are starting to grow.

So, things are good! My hope is that all is as well for you too! Life is such and adventure!

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Re: meditation

Post by happyrain » Fri Jul 19, 2019 1:53 am

:hithere Hi Kim,
Wow, that's a lot. I really admire your ability to take things calmly and listen to others. I think by continuing your practice with meditation, spending time in the garden and silently praying for friends and family- your aura may be healing for those in your circle. Things are ok here. Much to be grateful for. Some days are good and I am winning but some days I fall and because they are less frequent I feel like they are pretty nasty. Falling to old and undesirable behavior becomes exhaustive but I am getting up a heck of a lot faster. I try not to obsess now and instead fight the good fight. It really is a battle and I see I have years and years ahead of me. You're right, there's so much to discover and it's a beautiful journey.
I hope those strawberries are delicious and rewarding. :loves

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Re: meditation

Post by Sandy » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:32 am

It's a beautiful winter day here and reading your posts, kim and Eric, they seem to embrace the spirit of the flow of the day. Like a gentle cool breeze it blows through my mind "plumping up" that peaceful space so that I am feeling all is right with the world.
I just wanted to pop on and thank you for this recent conversation that many of us find very helpful as we traverse the life path before us.

I really love you guys! :kiss:
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Thanks too for posting the video of your beloved Gurunath, Eric! Love that wonderful man! :happy
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Re: meditation

Post by Seeker13 » Sat Jul 20, 2019 1:52 am

Eric,
happyrain wrote:
Fri Jul 19, 2019 1:53 am
Some days are good and I am winning but some days I fall and because they are less frequent I feel like they are pretty nasty.
Nasty because you're disappointed in yourself, believing you should know better? Nasty because of the consequences of The Law Of Attraction? It is much the same for all of us, move forward a little, move back a little less. Lol! Finally came to the conclusion I was supposed to learn to not get mad. Funny thing is last Friday I had one of my, "Uh oh, something has happened. Someone needs a call and a prayer," feelings. Figured out it was a friend of mine and she'd come to the same conclusion, for herself about not getting mad because The Law Of Attraction is alive and well in our lives! Feels like because we should know better, the power of it's manifestation is on SUPER CHARGE!!! We laughed wondering, "How are we supposed to do that?!!"
happyrain wrote:
Fri Jul 19, 2019 1:53 am
I am getting up a heck of a lot faster.
Yay! That is such progress! :bana: :bana: :bana: After falling off the horse, we have to get back on again. Someday, probably when we least expect it, the falling will stop all together.
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Fri Jul 19, 2019 1:53 am
I try not to obsess now and instead fight the good fight. It really is a battle and I see I have years and years ahead of me. You're right, there's so much to discover and it's a beautiful journey.
Even in each 'failure', there is a lesson. Hmm, just had a quick memory. The anniversary of my brother's passing in on Monday. When he was in the hospital on life support he communicated to me several times over three days, while we were 'waiting'. One message was, "Remind everyone to be gentle with each other." I also realized that meant we needed to be gentle with ourselves... Applaud our successes, and forgive our failures. How else can we be successful?

The strawberries were delicious! We have everbearing plants, which means they are smaller than regular strawberries, taste a little like a strawberry/raspberry combination, and will bear fruit until it snows. Might have to start putting bags out by the road with a 'FREE' sign on them soon. Mother Nature has been most generous this year! The planting of the Three Sisters has been a wonderous experiment for Tiny and I. Not being a conventional gardener I've planted them along the inside of the deer fence of my small garden space. Only had one stalk of corn grow, but the pumpkins and three types of beans are going crazy! Both will grow twined on the fence.

Sandy,
Of course us old geezers remember that song! What is really interesting is I went to the link exactly at the same time Dave was thinking to himself, "We need to listen to some music. I'm going to turn on Seals and Crofts." Lol! you should have seen the look on his face when it started playing! His eyebrows shot up, he asked really surprised, "Where did that come from?! Why did you start playing it?! Gave me a good laugh! Of course we're listening to the CD now. Good music to cook dinner to, then moved on to Bob Seger to eat fajitas, refried beans and fresh guacamole.

Our summer is playing out like the weather we've had for the past year or more, very erratic. Our poor Urantia seems to be really struggling. When it's hot, it's really hot! When it rains, IT REALLY RAINS! Even the fog has been acting unusual. I've decided to simply enjoy the sunshine, sending love and healing to her right along with everyone else. Think I'm going to start gardening about 5:00 A.M. to avoid the heat. Can always take a siesta in the afternoon. :shock: It must be unbearable for those folks in the south! Much need prayers there.

Helped clean in rooms yesterday, when we were done, I went down to the beach and just sat in the water and meditated on my gratitude to be lucky enough to do this simple act in this idyllic place, even clouded over for awhile shielding me from the sun. Today Tiny, Nova and I went down to the water. Tiny was bouncing all over the place like a jumping bean, chattering away! I had Nova sitting in her floaty ring, it has a little umbrella on top, protecting her from the sun. I have never seen any baby act like her in the water. She sits right down in the seat, half immersed in the water, silent as a whisper. She didn't need any adjustment to the cold, holding one hand in the water, quietly watching it, while her sister right next to her was acting like a monkey! We had to go back up to the house after a half hour because Nova was falling asleep. Somehow don't think she'll have a hard time meditating if she chooses to when she's older.

Love to you both,
Have a lovely weekend!

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Re: meditation

Post by happyrain » Sat Jul 20, 2019 5:25 am

Thank you Kim,

So you know I am from TX and the heat is fine, granted I may be spoiled with a roof over my head and a lovely tree to rest under.
... And I like to sweat :lol:

These realizations happening en mass are very interesting. Tonight I feel God as a loving force and see that he has been there for me since the beginning. God is speaking to us very intimately over the course of lifetimes. He comes to us in moments, in people- guiding us to Him. Once you seek Him sincerely, the response is chilling. It's like... behind all these uniquely orchestrated messages and beneath all the faces we encounter, there is One... one very special and caring force. God is our Lover. I am piecing things together with feeling and clarity and... I am eager to meet the Lord.


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and the expansion of a single being, even to God”

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Re: meditation

Post by Seeker13 » Sat Jul 20, 2019 4:14 pm

Eric,
I'm relieved that you, and hopefully those who surround you, aren't suffering as much as I imagined from the heat. Our bodies definitely attune to the regions we come from. Several years ago I lived in Austin for a year, my then husband was in the military. Was petty convinced my face was going to melt off! It's much more comfortable for me to plop down in a snowbank in the middle of a blizzard, than to endure 90 degree weather and high humidity. Also definitely not a city girl. Give me towering trees, seeds, and dirt to dig in and I'm content. And then of course there's the water. :bana: :sunflower: :bana: :roll Maybe my family descended from mermaids? :mrgreen:

It used to be my understanding of God was believing he/she was very far removed from me, now I know God is only a thought away. It's very comforting, erases the belief that I'm invisible. There are a few instances I have a very clear memory of the exact moment I experienced them. One was when I was at the bottom and begged God to be a part of my life. Another was when I accepted the realization that Christ Michael and Nebadonia were my celestial parents. My Earth parents were unable to love, guide, and support me, but my celestial parents always would.... Another perfect example of how a change in perspective can change your life!

Going to go out and revel in the blustering wind now,... I love the wind!

Love, peace, and courage! :loves
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