4 Spiritual Lessons I Learned Over Decades Of Meditation

1. Focus on what you desire

The technique that I used, which I observed in both of my parents, was their habit of thinking about exactly what they wanted, not letting logic interfere with their imagination

Focus on what you desire

My mother had 15 miscarriages before I was born. My father became a surgeon even though he had been blinded in one eye as a boy.

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My peaceful path was interrupted by my husband’s reaction to medication and a violent episode that triggered a very violent episode that my divorce.

2. Learn and practice various inner skills

Learn and practice various inner skills

I simply needed more training so that I could quickly glide from meditation to visualization to manifestation.

3. Seek to align your 'one-pointedness' through repetition

One Easter Sunday, I was chanting in Sanskrit and I heard an angel’s voice singing the same chant in my right ear.

I had been practicing this chant to the Goddess Mahalakshmi since the 1980s, so again the message was clear that focus, intention, and repetition produce desired results.

Seek to align your 'one-pointedness' through repetition

If you focus on what you do not want, problems increase, solutions are delayed and you suffer.

4. Avoid focusing on what you don't desire

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