We are changing our meditation practice. From now on, the theme will last a month. We will continue to meet Thursday nights at 9PM Pacific for 15 minutes, but please attempt to engage with the meditation daily. Our next theme will be posted on March 14.
Theme for February 15--March 14, 2014
We move now from self-observation back into the physical aspects of meditation. We have learned the importance of sensing the body as meditative practice. The world-directed mind in which we live is not really part of being, but a tool that is external to being, and if we are to truly taste of ourselves in the context of our place in consciousness, we must draw our attention away from it. We do this by directing our attention to physical sensation, but now we take this a step farther.
Surrounding the physical body is a much less dense penumbra that consists of electrons being radiated by the nervous system. It is these electrons, for example, that an electrocardiogram or electroencephalogram detects and measures. However, they are not just 'electrons,' but, taken as a whole, they are the body's electromagnetic organ, which plugs it into the conscious universe. When we are thinking, these electrons are in specific positions in relation to the brain. But when we are sensing, they are not in any specific position, but rather in what science calls 'superposition.' They are, in effect, everywhere. In such a state, they become part of conscious energy. We begin to be able to see and sense things across all space and time, to participate actively in the consciousness and pervades all.
We must not evaluate, for the moment we do this, superposition collapses and we drop out of consciousness and back into linear time. So we attach attention to sensation, remembering the wise adage, all things come to one who waits. Waiting like this is waiting well.
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The Meditation Group is for Unknowncountry participants who have an interest in meditation designed to expand awareness and evolve contact. Many of us have direct experience of the effectiveness of meditative states in communication with our visitors.
The Meditation Group meets virtually two to four times a month, and attempts to meditate as far as possible at the same time on the same theme. Group members are NOT informed of themes and times via email, although occasional emails are sent to the group.
To participate, it's necessary to take an active role: make a resolution to visit this page every two weeks. Put a reminder on your calendar, whatever it takes. And meditate with the group as you are able.
You can join the meditation group by leaving your email address here.
To follow the audio meditations designed by Whitley Strieber, Unknowncountry subscribers should go to Whitley's Room and click on subjects in the subject cloud to the right that include the word 'Meditation.' These meditations reflect his own work with the visitors, and are the result of 40 years of personal meditation, and 11 years of meditation with them.
Whitley is always ready to answer questions at Whitley@Strieber.com.