“[T]he true purpose of meditation is to get beyond the analytical mind
and enter into the subconscious mind
so you can make real and permanent changes. . . .
When you meditate and connect to something greater,
you can create and then memorize such coherence
between your thoughts and feelings
that nothing in your outer reality—
no thing, no person, no condition at any place or time—
could move you from that level of energy.”
Joe Dispenza, from Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
As spiritual beings, we can observe
ourselves in the physical.
We can see the space that we occupy
physically, every inch, every muscle,
every cell, every molecule,
every bone, every fiber, every organ.
The music excerpted here can be purchased on i-Tunes:
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – “Hymn of the Cherubim”
Peter Kater and R. Carlos Nakai – “Wandering,”
“Nemi – Sacred Grove,” and “If Men Were at Peace”