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PostPosted: Thursday 30th of March 2006 03:33:48 PM    Post subject: What is meditation..

Hi spatil,

nice to discuss these subject on medico's site!

Yes, all the benefits & achievements of meditation are definitively by products. The most important thing what I think is that you should know yourself. & I don't think any one but a Dr can understand the body better! That's why I've always believed that a Dr should be always spiritual. more than any others.. But what I've seen so far is quite opposite to this.. y, I don't know.. let it go..

If we have understood our bodily physiology well, I don;t think any one of us will agree it is by chance. There is some spiritual power behind the world. just see the growth of a fetus inside uterus! all is so well-coordinated & planned that we( or at least I!) can not believe it is without any control. without any influence..

I think, to know that spirituality, is meditation. To feel as a part of that great system, is meditation.

I don't think relaxation or mantras or concentration or.. are meditation. they are different ways to meditation. All have experienced the divinity through different ways, & all have shown these ways to mankind. whichever way you may choose, the final point should be a state of non-ending inner peace, egolessness, love, total acceptance, total absence of inner or external conflicts, & realization or awareness of the beutiful world & its creator.. may u call Him the whatever..
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