Using Thought to transform your life

"Meditation is an activity of the mind which strives to comprehend spiritual truths"

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

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Some individual and collective exercises

When you feel upset or unhappy, instead of allowing yourself to be overwhelmed and doing nothing about it, try instead to be proactive. Do so straightaway by connecting to heaven and light through meditation or prayer.

If prayer, meditation or any other so-called spiritual activity is not energised and sustained by a sublime idea, a higher ideal, it too can become extremely mundane. Spirituality is not about neglecting or scorning the material world but about constantly striving to act with the light and for the light.

Thought should always be directed toward the good of all, it must have an impersonal and disinterested goal: the happiness of all men, the realization of the Kingdom of God on earth.

How to dedicate yourself entirely to the service of the Divine World, and how to realize, materialize on earth what lies above in heaven are the two best subjects for meditation.

The sun brings light to the world

° "Concentrate and imagine you are surrounded by a bright light, and that the light radiates so brightly that our meeting becomes a huge sun which illuminates the world. Each of you should feel radiant as a bright sun which heats, sheds its rays and unites with other suns to form a single sun."

° "Place this light in your heart, in your mind, contemplate its multicoloured rays. United with others, radiate your light for the good of the whole world and during this exercise, forget anything else."

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