What is True Meditation? —Part 19
Meditation is to open up sensitivity.
If we have lost sensitivity, we can’t meditate.
Meditation is to see, hear, feel and perceive,
which are all sensitivity.
The shaper our sensitivity, the better the quality of meditation would be.
Richness in sensitivity is equal to that in spirit.
When the mind is captured by anxiety and worries, sensitivity becomes poor.
If we lack in sensitivity, whatever we see, we wouldn’t perceive the object in the mind,
or whatever we hear, we wouldn’t be touched by the sound.
When we have less sensitivity, beauty seems unbeautiful,
wonders mediocre and any touching matters valueless for us.
Meditation is to be deeply aware of everything.
In order to be aware, we should sharpen our sensitivity.
To meditate truly, the quiet mind at first
and the state without any anxiety and chaos are necessary.
Then, the freedom of mind releases the sensitivity
and forms the foundation of spirit which can be deeply aware of anything.
By forming this foundation and basis for meditation,
our meditational spirit is sharpened better and sensitivity toward life becomes stronger.
With the stronger sensitivity, possibilities of meditation expand infinitely.
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*[Shirdi SaiBaba Tokyo Center, Japan]
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