Meditation – Happiness Is A Quiet Mind
The purpose of Shaktipat Meditation is to turn the mind within in order to experience your true nature. In The Art of Inner Transformation approach, we are taught a unique, proprietary method for the direct experience of unsurpassable Bliss. This allows us to adjust our lives accordingly, so that we can experience and express the Joy of the inner Self at all times.
This meditation method taught by Sadguru Kedarji is Shaktipat Meditation. It is the easy means of curing the restless mind and invoking healing that begins with the experience of Witness Consciousness. Witness Consciousness is a state in which you can observe your thoughts and all the activity taking place in the moment, passively. This occurs through an expansion of your spiritual awareness that we refer to as witnessing awareness.
We call this the easy means because the many arduous practices of Yoga, extensive Pranayama, etc. are replaced with the spark that ignites the wondrous flame of true meditation. That spark is the Shaktipat Blessing, the full Shakti awakening transmitted by Sadguru Kedarji.
Introduction To Our Shaktipat Meditation Retreats
Once this awakening occurs, Shaktipat Meditation becomes spontaneous and free flowing through the expansion of witnessing awareness. The methods for expanding this awareness are taught in the weekend Shaktipat Blessing retreats. One of these methods is the Witness Consciousness Centering techniques taught by Sadguru Kedarji and our certified teachers, that have been proved to make the restless mind quiet in under 3 minutes!
Witness Consciousness Centering is our proprietary Shaktipat Meditation method for making the restless mind quiet. It has been developed by our Founder, Sadguru Kedarji. This Shaktipat Meditation method has been proved to make the restless mind silent in under 3 minutes. For more information about our Shaktipat Meditation intensives, go here.
Dyan – Shaktipat Meditation – True Meditation
The meaning of this Sanskrit word is often translated as meditation and interpreted as sitting meditation. But there is another meaning for Dhyan (the purest translation). That is ‘seat of awareness.’ This is the true meaning of Meditation – Awareness of the Self, the Supreme Intelligence or Shiva-Shakti power, at all times.
There are many meditators who confuse the brain with the mind, and believe that it is the brain that is impacted by meditation. This is due to their own lack of witnessing awareness, an awareness that can only be developed by going beyond the mind and beyond the senses. Until you experience the witness to your mind, your attempts at making your restless mind quiet cannot bear permanent fruit. Instead, those attempts become just a string of glimpses that, at best, can only support the notions of duality, diversity and worldliness. For these reasons, if you want to expand your spiritual awareness, you need to understand and experience that Witness to your mind.
The Mind Is Not The Brain
It is only possible to know what the mind is by going to that place beyond the mind and beyond the senses. This allows you to experience the witness to your mind. Otherwise you will remain confused about what the mind really is.
Physicists have performed many tests to prove that memory does not rest in the brain, but in the mind. The brain is just a switching station for signals sent to it from elsewhere, a lump of flesh that simply processes energy and ‘data.’
The great sages of our lineage tell us that the mind is an aspect of the same highest power, Supreme Intelligence or the Self. It is a contracted form of that same energy of Divine Consciousness that is responsible for sending the signals that the brain processes to operate the organs and limbs of the body. Quantum and bio physicists are now referring to this energy as the energy field or a morphic resonance (of which the mind is a part) that is embodied in a Higher Consciousness.
The Verses On Witness Consciousness, by Sadguru Kedarji. All about Shaktipat Meditation.