Motivating energy uproots negativity

Constantly motivating yourself will help dissolve negative thoughts and unleash the hidden power and talent within you

Published: 31st October 2012 12:02 PM  |   Last Updated: 31st October 2012 12:02 PM   |  A+A-


The motivating energy that we generate during meditation is like a long stick with a hook at one end. This hook locks itself into a power, quality or tendency within us as we meditate. Then as we finish meditating, we get a strong prompt from within, “From today I must give up anger”, or “I will not smoke any more from today” or “I will involve myself in some charitable activity” or “I am going to activate my will power by practicing all the techniques that I have learnt since I began my journey.” This motivation keeps bombarding us again and again until we fulfill it.

So, this strong motivating energy does two things to transform us from inside - it uproots our negative tendencies and throws them out and it latches on to our hidden powers and talents and makes them blossom.

My friend, in this way the processes of visualisation, motivation and activation operate synchronously through meditation in the realms of the conscious, subconscious and the super conscious to give us different meditative experiences that lead to our transformation. So, for the next five days, meditate on these three energies by making a resolution, “I will harness the energies of visualisation, motivation and activation through my meditation to cleanse the conscious and subconscious layers and connect myself to the super conscious realm. I will flow with the flow and allow my self to guide my meditation every day.”

After you have empowered yourself in this way for five days, we will explore the issue of how to dissolve  the ego.


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