Entering that spaced of inner stillness and peace is something we all yearn for. A moments rest amongst the turbulent waves of constant thoughts moving in and out of your mind. For it is in this space of stillness that you can truly connect with your soul, your higher intuition and knowing. This is the space of the meditative mind, the neutral mind.

The neutral mind brings you inner stillness, awareness, intuition and knowing. It is the place where you can easily discern what is best for you in all situations. You are able to observe the positive and negative, weighing up the pros and cons.

The neutral mind allows you to observe and understand from your higher wisdom, the wisdom of your soul. It is beautifully balanced, calm and still. Observing and discerning the next steps to take in alignment to your soul and your purpose. This allows you to move away from ego and fear, entering a space of inner knowing, peace and understanding. Knowing that you are  in alignment to who you are and your purpose.This is the power of the neutral mind.

Meditation in any form, is the key to developing the neutral mind. The below meditation is simple yet powerful, developing the neutral mind. It allows you to sit in a beautiful space and experience stillness. Using the mantra Wahe Guru to connect you to the divine energy of your creator, to oneness and ecstasy. Try it and see for yourself.

Sat Nam

Meditation for Stillness and Intuition – the Neutral Mind

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It is easy to hear a truth and difficult to live it, to embed it deeply into your heart and mind. The neutral mind opens the gate to that deep remembrance of the self and soul. The neutral mind lives for the touch of vastness. It lets all other thoughts be without disturbance to your constant inner light.

Posture: Sit in easy pose with the spine straight. Put both hands in the lap with the palms facing up. Rest the right hand in the left. The thumb tips may touch or not.

Eyes and Mental Focus: Remove all tension from every part of the body. Sit straight by achieving a balance. Close the eyes. Imagine seeing yourself sitting peacefully and full of radiance. Then gradually let your energy collect like a flow at the brow point.

Breath: Let the breath regulate itself into a meditative slow, almost suspended, manner.

Mantra: Concentrate without effort at that point and mentally vibrate in a simple monotone, as if chopping the sound, projecting each syllable distinctly:

Wha-hay gu-roo (Infinity identity from darkness to light)

Call on the higher self and keep going steadily through all barriers. Let go and let God.

Time: Practice this meditation for 11 to 31 minutes at a session.