The Deeper Meaning Of Meditation

Let’s talk about meditation and why its deeper meaning is far more important than mainstream perception.

Like Yoga, the act of meditating has become a ‘cool’ activity. It’s something people like to talk and write about. It’s like coffee.

Unfortunately, there’s more discussion around the subject than practice.

I might be wrong, but I believe it’s because people disregard its role and highlight only a shallow image. There are many apps and gadgets these days to help you meditate. Truth be told, you don’t need much to see results.

Meditating is the act of being with yourself.

Taking a moment to be with yourself, a pause from life, and really listen to your thoughts is what meditation is all about. It’s a way to find answers to questions you didn’t have time to ask. It’s a moment of healing and a path to spiritual evolution.

The concept of meditation has been around for thousands of years.

It has its origins in the Hindu and Buddhist philosophies. These have acknowledged meditation as a way of becoming one with divine and cosmic energy.

Since then, this spiritual practice has been split into multiple categories.

Types Of Meditation

The Focused Meditation – Here, you visualize a certain situation or object to find answers and guidance. You can focus on a mandala for specific issues you might want to solve.

Meditation In Motion – Tai Chi is a great example. Slow, mindful movements that work to relax and clear your mind can positively impact your overall state. It’s a great way to cleanse, energize, and stimulate your body at all levels. Read more about the meditation in motion >>

Mindful Meditation – This meditation helps you travel deep inside your inner self. It’s a way to acknowledge positive and negative feelings, thoughts, and traits.

Spiritual or Transcendental Meditation – A way to relate to your higher-self and divinity. It helps you strengthen the connection with the universal life force energy and reach a greater consciousness level.

Reiki and meditation are two different things, but there’s certainly a way to blend them.

There are many types of meditation out there. Each has a specific role, but there isn’t one perfect solution. The best thing you can do is to experiment and find the one that suits you.

Even so, you might find that in certain situations, an active way of meditating returns better results.

For example, I enjoy walking. It’s not only good exercise but also a fascinating way to meditate.

If you walk in the park, you don’t have to worry about traffic or adjust your speed as you would on a bike. It’s a stress-free activity that lets you spend time with yourself.

However, it might take a while to access the proper state. That’s why it’s ideal to walk ~1h/session. Let your mind travel to wherever place it wants and enjoy the experience while absorbing the surrounding energy.

Meditating can lead to many outcomes. For example, you might choose to do it to relax, find clarity, or answer important questions. Having said that, it’s important to know they all have a common goal: spiritual evolution.

Don’t underestimate these moments, as they can be quite powerful.

How Is Meditation Related To Spiritual Evolution

In its simplest form, you detach from the physical world. You move away from distractions and try to connect to your subconscious.

This is a connection with the divine.

Through certain meditations, you can access the brain waves, deep inner emotions, and thoughts:

  • By getting to know them, you will better understand yourself and how you function as an individual.
  • This is a great opportunity to evolve from a mental, emotional, and spiritual perspective.

Keep in mind that meditating doesn’t have to be complicated. Like my walking example, a moment of silence with your true inner self can do wonders.

Add a clear intention, and you’ll have a reliable framework. Even simple but consistent meditations can help you discover things you were unaware of.

If you’re looking to further your knowledge, here’s a friendly website perfectly suited for those who are just getting started with meditation.