Meditation – Can I Feel Non-duality?
This is a set of guided meditation practices.
It is one of a selection on this site that we can discover and take up regularly if we wish to.
Below are two recordings of a guided meditation session including these practices:
– the full session with an introduction and guidance on each practice. It is warmly recommend to watch this one at least once in order to benefit most. The session included an introduction on the question ‘Can I feel Non-duality?’
– a shortened version with the practices which could be followed repeatedly as a way of doing our own regular meditation.
This is the full session (49 minutes). Watching this at least once will help us gain most from the practices
This version includes an introduction on ‘Can I feel Non-duality?’
Audio only format:
This is the edited version with just the practices (20 minutes). A good way of doing daily meditation would be to simply follow this recording.
Audio only format:
See more about taking up regular meditation practice.
If you have any thoughts or questions about the practices, you are welcome to contact us.
Summary of the Practices
1. Inner preparation
we turn within to that in us which is ever-present, ever illumined. [About one minute]
2. Breathing practice
Breathe slowly and consciously.
As you breathe in, imagine the breath is being drawn up as if from the region of the navel to the point between the eyebrows.
With each breath say, silently to yourself, the word ‘light’. [Four minutes]
Picture in your mind a sunrise. See the sun appearing on the horizon, moving slowly upwards. See the whole scene gradually brighten, until the sun becomes a mass of radiant splendour. [Five minutes]
4. Meditation on a text
Like the rising sun, I shed the light of peace.
Eternal truth am I. Bliss am I.
Repeat the text to yourself a few times until you have the main idea in focus, then try to keep your attention on that.
If the mind wanders off, when you become aware of this, calmly go back to the text and its meaning.
Absorb your attention in the great truth expressed in the text.
5. Closing offering
Extend thoughts of unconditional goodwill to all. [One minute]