Although there are many different definitions of meditation, it is impossible to describe its true meaning.
Meditation is an individual process and is impossible to be taught to anyone.
The lessons of meditation techniques are intended to teach various instruments that can help a beginner in meditation achieve a state of serenity, and concentration necessary in order to be able to enter a meditative state.
Meditation has many definitions that may vary according to the context, the way it is used or even the religion in which it originates (if any). Some of the different definitions that can be used for meditation are:
- a state that is experienced when the mind becomes empty and without thoughts;
- practice of focusing the mind on a single object (for example: in an image, in the breath itself, in a mantra);
- a mental opening to the divine, invoking the guidance of a higher power;
contemplation of reality and its aspects (such as impermanence)
development of a certain mental quality, such as energy, concentration, full attention, detachment, kindness, etc.
Although some definitions of meditation seem very different and even contradictory, they all point to a deeper inner reality and the development / understanding of this reality.
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