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I AM meditation (Choa Kok Sui)

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Go through the following  meditation slowly and step by step. Follow the external and internal prompts first before you go on to the next.

Move your arms. What are you doing?
I move my arms.

Move your legs. What are you doing?
I move my legs.

Move all of your limbs. What are you doing?
I move my body.

What is moving? The body.
Are you the body? No.
Who moved the body? I did.
I AM the one who moved. The body is moved.

Think of a car. What are you doing?
I think of a car.
Who is the one who thinks? I think.

Think of an apple. What are you doing?
I think of an apple.
Who is the one who thinks? I think.
Who created the idea of ​​the apple? I created it.
What was created? The thought of the apple.
Are you the idea? No.
Dissolve the thought. What is left? I am.
I am the creator of the idea. The idea is created.

Feel the feeling of sadness. What are you doing?
I feel, or create a feeling of sadness.
Who created this feeling? I’ve created it.
What feeling was created? The mourning.
Are you yourself this feeling of sadness? No.
Solve the feeling of grief. What is left? I am.
I am the creator of the feeling of sadness. The feeling is created.

Feel your senses. What are you doing?
I feel the air and things around me, I hear noises around me, I see things, smell odors, …
Who feels, hears, sees, tastes, smells? I do. Is that you what your senses perceive? No.
What are you? Me.

What are you at night when you dream? Me.
Are you your dreams? No.
What are you?

I am not the body.
I am not my thoughts.
I am not my feelings.
I am not my mind.
I am not my dreams.
I AM WHO I AM.
I am the soul.
I am immortal.

Background & Impact

This is an essential exercise of self-realization and it has a very strong awakening power.
It demonstrates that we are not the picture in our passport, our bodies, our history, our thoughts or feelings, but the inner observer who follows the game of life. Note also the following Bible quote that might be better understood through this.
God said to Moses: “I AM WHO I AM. Thus you shall say to the Israelites: He sent me to you. ”
(2 Moses, 3, 14)

Watch your eyes & remember

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Sit facing each other without saying a word and look into your eyes. Direct your attention to the partner. Feel, what kind of thoughts and feelings arise in you but don’t judge. If criticism and negative thoughts ascend about the partner don’t push aside, but be aware of these sensations. Accept it. You love when you can say that you’re happy with the relationship and all the associated feelings. I agree to the way it is. (Ferrini)

Background and Effect:
The eyes are the gateway to the soul. If we look at each other openly and deeply, we see in others our own divine self.

Exercises for the NOW! (Tolle, Jalics)

1. Close your eyes and say to yourself, “I wonder what will be my next thought.” Be very vigilant and then wait like a cat in front of the mouse hole for the next thought. What idea will come first? Try it now.

2. Use your senses. Be completely where you are now. Look around, but don’t interpret. See the light, see contours, colors, materials. Be aware of the silent presence of all things. Be aware of the space that allows it all to be there. Hear the sounds, but don’t judge them. Listen to the silence that surrounds the noise. Touch something – anything – and feel and acknowledge its existence. Observe the rhythm of your breath, feel the air enter and escape, feel the life energy in your body. Allow everything to be, inside and outside. Allow the “suchness” of all things. Merge with the energy field to dissolve the separateness between you and your body into one unit. Now move deep into yourself.

3. Watch yourself. Make it a habit to mentally monitor your emotional state. “Am I relaxed at the moment?” is a good question to ask yourself sometimes. Or: “What’s going on inside myself?”, “What thinks in me”. Give the interior as much attention as the exterior. If the interior is harmonious, the outside will follow.

4. Inhabit your body intensely. No matter what you do, always extend a portion of your attention on your inner energy field. Feel the body from within, so to speak. Body awareness keeps you in the present.

(Source: Eckhart Tolle: Now!)

5. Breathe into your palms. Sit comfortably and upright upper body and watch your breathing first. Let the rising thoughts pass and always pull back to the breathing and your inner stillness.

Variations: Let a mental “Yes!” flow into the palms during inhalation, remain silent while exhaling. In praying to Christ you can think “Christ” during inhalation and “Jesus” while exhaling a into your palms.

(After Francis Jalics: Contemplative Retreat)

6. Everything that I do: Focus your whole attention on what you’re doing in the moment, be it cooking, washing up, reading, writing, speaking, tying shoes, being in silence. When thoughts come, simply notice them and return to the moment and what you’re doing.

Background and Effect:
Our consciousness is so long in vigilance and the present until thoughts of the mind come up and replace the inner silence with an inner monologue. This monologue constantly takes us into the past and the future and we are no longer present – until it strikes us. Increased attention on the present moment raises our consciousness to a level where it notes this disorder. More and more often.
If we leave the deadening world of mental abstraction and time behind; when we leave the sick mind, that deprives us of vital energy and slowly poisons our earth, we awake from the dream of time into the present.
(According to Eckhart Tolle)

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