Peaceful Meditation

Peaceful Meditation: Meditation Method to Find Stillness

Peaceful Meditation is one of the unique and effective meditation methods to achieve a state of tranquility and mental balance. Combining two main principles, meditation and the Peaceful Way, it merges the stillness of meditation with a deep understanding of the Peaceful Way philosophy.

Peaceful Meditation integrates meditation principles and techniques with the philosophies of the Peaceful Way, creating a unique form of meditation. Its goal is not only to achieve tranquility and balance in the mind but also to provide deeper insights into happiness and the meaning of life.

While there are many different meditation methods, all share the common goal of seeking deep understanding and inner peace. Meditation is a powerful mind-focusing technique to achieve this goal. By focusing on the breath, the mind, or other still objects, you can reduce stress, enhance mindfulness, and create peace within.

Remember, choosing a meditation method depends on your personal preferences and goals. Peaceful Meditation could be an excellent choice if you are interested in combining tranquility with a deep understanding of the soul and a desire for happiness.

KabAstro will provide you with a concise guide to practicing Peaceful Meditation:

Step 1: Begin Your Spiritual Journey

Spirituality is an aspect of human life related to values, deep meanings, and purposes of life, and is expressed through the needs for love, harmony, meaning, and motivation in life.

Spirituality is not only about moral values and religion but also encompasses aspects of personal self-development, the ability to connect with the surrounding world, and the realization of the importance of living a meaningful life purpose.

Spirituality can also be understood as a means for individuals to explore and understand more about themselves, about love, and connection with everything around, thereby helping to create balance and harmony in life.

Spirituality is the path for an individual to deeply understand themselves, from which to discover the meaning and purpose of life.

Step 2: Recognize the Value of Stillness

Stillness is the state of the soul and spirit when there is no distraction or mental activity, when the mind achieves a perfect level of tranquility. Scientifically, the value of stillness can be seen in many aspects:

  • Peace and Relaxation: Stillness helps reduce stress, anxiety, and tension in daily life. It creates a sense of peace and relaxation in the soul, facilitating good conditions for resistance, health, and spirit.

  • Enhanced Focus: Stillness improves the ability to concentrate and focus on the present moment. When you are not distracted by thoughts of the past or future, you can concentrate more effectively on current tasks or activities.

  • Spiritual Advancement: Stillness often comes with spiritual advancement and a deep awareness of oneself and the surrounding world. It can help you gain a deeper understanding of life, love, and the meaning of everything.

  • Stress Reduction and Improved Handling: Stillness can provide a quiet time to reflect and process life's difficult issues. It can help you see more clearly how to effectively resolve challenging situations.

  • Increased Creativity and Innovation: Stillness can be a source of inspiration for creativity and creative thinking. When the mind is not limited by restrictive thoughts, you can come up with new ideas and create breakthrough initiatives.

  • Soul Development: Stillness is an important part in both Eastern and Western religions and philosophies. It can help you develop the soul, explore the meaning of life, and deepen the search for connection with the world.

Stillness brings many precious values to human life, from peace and relaxation to focus, creativity, and soul development. Cultivating stillness can be an important journey in self-development and creating a happier and more meaningful life.

For the Peaceful Meditation method, understanding the value and meaning of Stillness is extremely important.

Meditation brings us back to stillness – the original state of the soul, thereby re-establishing the balance of both body and soul.

Fundamentally, the human body has a self-regeneration mechanism (also known as rebalancing), but when we are overly active (interacting with the outside, thinking, moving…), the body allocates energy to these activities. Only when we cease to be active does that energy focus on healing within us, including both the physical body and the soul.

Stillness has many meanings and effects, but one of its most basic and important functions is to re-establish balance – also known as healing.

Step 3: Practice Meditation

  1. Choose a quiet place: Select a spot without noise and distractions.

  2. Find a comfortable posture:

    • Sit on a chair or cushion, keep your back straight and place both hands on your thighs.

    • If you prefer lying down, turn your palms upwards.

  3. Focus your attention:

    • Count (think) slowly from 1,2,3,4,5,6 continuously until your mind becomes empty.

    • Read (think) slowly: “A DI DA PHAT” continuously until your mind becomes empty.

    • Read (think) slowly: “Om Mani Padme Hum” continuously until your mind becomes empty. Relax your mind: When your mind starts wandering, bring it back to the initial focus (go back to item 3).

After that, you don’t have to do anything, just listen to your own body and mind…

maintain continuous Meditation, okay.

Hà Nội, 1/11/2024

Mr. 33

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