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What is Meditation?

“So generally we assume, at least in India we say… When we say meditation we are referring to Dhyan. What is Dhyan? Or let me use the word meditation because that’s English. When you say meditation, you need to understand this is not something that you can do because you can become meditative, you can become meditation. You can never do meditation. It’s a certain quality. If this quality has to blossom within you, if meditation has to blossom within you, if you cultivate your body, if you cultivate your mind, your emotion and energy to a certain level of preparedness, meditation will blossom within you.

If you do meditation… anything that you do, you can’t keep it up, isn’t it? Isn’t it so? Suppose right now your breath, are you doing it or is it happening? It’s happening. Your life, are you doing it or is it happening? It’s happening. Suppose your breath or your life was given to your hands to do it… let’s say the breath. If you got angry with somebody you would forget to breathe, isn’t it? Yes? Fortunately all the vital things are happening. You just have to sit here and enjoy the process of life, for that what a mess people are making out of it. So when our breath can not be given to our hands, when our basic life can not be given to our hands, meditation, how can it be given to our hands?
But if we create a certain atmosphere, meditation will blossom. If there is spring in the soil, if there is spring in the sunlight, if there is spring in the atmosphere around flowers will blossom, isn’t it? Flowers will not blossom because we sit there and peel them. So if we sit there and try to meditate, it is not going to happen. If we generate the necessary atmosphere in our body, mind, emotion and energy, meditation has to blossom. Meditation is not going somewhere, it’s a homecoming. It’s getting back to our original nature. Instead of being on the surface we are going deeper into the core. It can not be done. But we can make it happen.”

– From Param Pujya Sant Shree Asharam Ji Bapu Satsang

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