Quiet the mind and the soul will speak. - Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati
We all come to this world with a great potential to be healthy and vibrantly happy.
It is enough to watch the children playing to realise it. Their freshness, joy and enthusiasm are pure!
Unfortunately, in time, we forget our valuable nature and become identified with our egos and the roles the society wants us to play. We become innerly isolated and perceive ourselves as lonely, separate entities, living everywhere else than in the present moment. Shifting away from our center and losing our inner balance makes it easy for the unhappiness, depression and even illnesses to settle in.
Meditation is returning to a state of being in tune with our own inner energy source.
That deep silence has a melody of its own, a sweetness unknown amid the harsh discords of the world's sounds.
Meditation helps us come back to ourselves and discover our "paradise lost", our true self and value. It is not only our birthright to be happy and complete: it is our most natural state!
The deeper in meditation we go, the more we become aware of who we are and the more centered we become. We are more relaxed, more capable of enjoying life in all its flavors. We can let go.
Life is available only in the present moment. - Thich Nhat Hanh
And the present moment is all there is, the present moment is all we have.
Becoming present and aware, we come to know that the authentic happiness is nothing else but an inner quality and its source is within us.
You cannot be both unhappy and fully present in the Now. - Eckhart Tolle
Meditation gives us back our lost individuality.
Reiki in combination with Meditation creates a very powerful mechanism for inner development. Both Reiki and Meditation deepen greatly the experience of one other.
Meditation deepens the experience of Reiki by creating an open, receptive state, which allows more of the higher frequency energy to penetrate the body.
In its turn, Reiki relaxes the body, mind and emotions, amplifying the inner awareness and thus making the meditation an easy, natural process.
Smile, laughter and meditation are privileges of human life. -Sri Ravi Sankar