In the practice of Raja Yoga Meditation, one method to connect with your inner peace is through the thought ‘Om Shanti’. These 2 words point to the awareness of our eternal state of peace and our true spiritual identity. By thinking or saying Om Shanti you are claiming your natural state of peace to emerge.
In Sanskrit, Shanti means ‘peace’ and Om means ‘I am the soul’. Together they affirm that I am a peaceful soul.
As you accept Om Shanti as a reality and focus upon it, your power of peace and serenity manifests as a powerful vibration bringing your true nature of peace to the surface of your life and you become a wonderful force of peace in the world around you.
It takes just a few seconds of concentration to connect with the soul-self and the current of peace and tranquility. Practice for 10 to 20 seconds, as many times throughout the day as you wish, to establish and sustain the awareness of the peace which abides within you, the soul. Your Om Shanti current will never fail to energize your peacefulness. However, it must be practiced with complete attention.
What follows is a wonderful testimony from a young woman in her twenties, a first time participant in one of our Raja Yoga Meditation sessions. “My first encounter with Raja Yoga Meditation at a Solstice Gathering on Kauai was simply wonderful. It filled me with a sweet sense of light that uplifted and acknowledged my soul. One of the most profound experiences of the evening was realizing how powerful it is to recognize and deeply connect to soul-consciousness.
The soul is our source of our existence. I am deeply thankful for everyone who drinks from this well of light.”
Aloha Lovely Soul,
Thank you so much for coming to visit me at Enlightened Answers.!
I really love it when souls find benefit in what I'm writing.
These writings are based on daily spiritual study and meditation which when applied in life create a truly valuable way of life for the present and future lives as well.
It has been such a wonder to be tucked away in the Hawaiian Islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean for 27 years. The past 20 have been on the oldest and most serene island of the Hawaiian chain~the northern most island of Kauai.
Most people don't realize that Hawaii is made up of a chain of seven islands, sometimes related to the seven chakras of the human body. As Kauai sits at the top of the chain; it is often called the "crown" of the Hawaiian islands.
Who am I? I am a spiritual elder and practitioner of Raja Yoga Meditation. I am a healer of hearts because I have surrendered to the Almighty who has healed mine. I offer Spiritual Empowerment sessions that assist with building trust, faith, and strength in the Self.
For each of the past eight years, I've had the wonderful fortune to have traveled to northern India to the Brahma Kumari World Spiritual University on Mt. Abu, Rajasthan.
This wonderful place is also called Madhuban, which means Forest of Honey. It is a pilgrimage place dedicated to the Remembrance of God; a place to attend classes, a place to meditate by yourself or with many others; and a wonderful place to commune with like-hearted souls. It is an exceptional container reserved for souls who wish to live according to the highest codes of conduct. It is a place designed for souls to have a deep, rich, and loving meeting with the Supreme Soul. My annual journeys here have enriched my life immeasurably, beyond words.
Who am I? I am a peaceful soul who honors the peaceful soul of you. I am a lover of Truth and hope that you are able to glean deep soul answers in these writings which I , who once who was so lost and who is now found, shares with you.
Take the jewels that touch you, make them your own, and share them, for giving and receiving is a good part to play at this time of transformation of souls and of the earth.
If you are interested in going deeper, please do not hesitate to call upon me at 808-639-9436,
Many Blessings from My Heart to Yours,
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