October 2008


Meditation for me is an inward journey- one where I let go of the daily concerns and activities, and one where I allow a connection to Source to develop. The more active, guided meditations are lovely, yet they are too much “doing” for me. I am so busy all day long- taking care of kids, husband, friends, my business, household etc. that this 20 minutes or longer are necessary for me to connect with ME/Source/Infinite Being/God.

In the creation story the earth was made in six days- the seventh day was designated the day of “rest”, the day where we could experience tranquility, serenity, and peace. In Jewish mysticism, this seventh day (called the Sabbath) is to be a delight- a day where you get a taste of “the world to come”.

The mystics go on to even describe a relationship where Source(God) is actually longing for a relationship with each of us, but because of our busyness during the week waits for us each seventh day. They liken it to a wedding where the groom waits longingly for its bride.

And then- the entire week is spent looking and longing for the Sabbath rest- the day when our connection to Source can be felt and delighted in.

Here we are in the 21st century, and so many of us have been searching for this peace and connection throughout our lives. Abraham has come to us though Esther, and also teaches that the most important relationship is the one between you and YOU/Source/Infinite Being/God. But rather than be framed by traditional religion, Abraham is giving us a revolutionary message- you don’t have to wait until Friday, Saturday or Sunday- we can have that connection every day, every moment if you wish- by releasing resistance, and allowing it.

So for me, the time I spend in meditating is my personal “Sabbath”- where I let go,renew my soul, discover who I really am, and experience how much I am loved.

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I haven’t been posting in a while as I have been very involved on The Abe Forum.

A group of us decided to try meditating for 30 days, and yesterday was the completion. We had a powerful global meditation to mark the end of this journey. I am now meditating twice a day, and some amazing things are happening. I was searching the internet for some explanation and found this article by Owen Waters. Please enjoy reading it.

The Power of Your Inner Being
By Owen Waters

There is a power within you which very few suspect. While your “outer self” – your daily waking consciousness – is focused upon the external world, your inner being encompasses all aspects of your consciousness. Your inner being includes your outer self, your subconscious mind, and all the other, so-called “unconscious” parts of your mind that psychologists have tried to identify.

Your inner being is your complete consciousness. It is all of the “separate” parts of your consciousness in one unified package. Your inner being is also your soul – the real you, the complete you. It has also been referred to as your “higher self” because, compared to the consciousness of the outside world, most of your inner being operates at a higher frequency of consciousness. It manages many essential functions for you while your outer self focuses upon the experience of life in the external world through your five senses.

As members of the human race, we are spiritual adventurers who have projected ourselves into a physical realm in order to experience an intense focus of consciousness. Our purpose in the physical realm of consciousness is to gain a sharply-defined sense of identity and then to expand our awareness into heart-centered consciousness and beyond.

These stages of consciousness are reflected in the human chakra system, which is a set of gateways of consciousness between you and the outside world. The main portion of Western society today functions at the level of the solar plexus chakra, which emphasizes intellectual and technical development. Then, there is an ever-increasing body of people who function at the level of the heart chakra. These leading-edge people spend much of their time functioning through this holistic and integrative chakra. Here they learn how to be heartfelt and then – the next stage – heart-powered in their consciousness.

Through meditation, spiritual pioneers go further still and activate the throat chakra, which is the center of powerful creativity. It is also the level of consciousness where your soul or inner being is based. This higher frequency of consciousness carries with it an enormous power to create any reality that you need in order to realize your potential in life.

While the consciousness of the heart chakra is more expanded than that of the solar plexus chakra, the throat chakra is even more expanded still. Your inner being’s field of perception and influence reaches out to include many functions and abilities which are mostly dormant in the daily consciousness of the outer self. These include:

* An intuitive awareness of situations, one which sees deeply beneath any surface appearances.

* Spiritual connection. Your inner being is your personal connection to Infinite Being.

* Connection to the universe as a whole. Your inner self has the capability to be aware of anything that happens anywhere in the universe. It can also reach out to communicate with the inner being of anyone who has the answer to something which you seek to solve. It then feeds that information into your outer self’s focused segment of consciousness through intuition and dreams.

* The inner senses. These are inner versions of the outer senses. Inner sight is the sense that sees the subtle energy effects produced by fields of consciousness, such as, for example, human auras. Inner hearing provides empathic and telepathic communication with others as needed. Inner touch reveals the past history and associations of physical objects. Inner taste and smell provide an awareness of the subtle energies emanating from substances.

Imagine having access to all of these abilities! With them, you could sail through life, experiencing true joy, continually discovering and expressing more of your true potential in life.

These inner abilities do not have to be developed within your daily consciousness. You already possess them at the level of your inner being. You need only practice regular communication with your inner being in order to gain from this unlimited source of wisdom, insight and creativity. Tune into your inner being through regular, daily meditation, and by being receptive to the “still, small voice within” of your intuition. The more you pay attention to your intuitive insights, the more you realize how profoundly correct they are.

When you align with your inner self, your true potential begins to manifest and miracles begin to happen in your life!

Owen Waters is editor and cofounder of Infinite Being LLC. http://www.infinitebeing.com/

He promotes a philosophy of spiritual empowerment through inner connection to the source of your ultimate potential.