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Photo: What is meditation? 

Becoming one with the soul. It means banishing the consciousness of being related to the body and to human limitations, and trying to remember that one is a soul.
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Meditation is the science of reuniting the soul with Spirit. 
The soul, descending from God into flesh, manifests its consciousness and life force through seven chakras, or centres of light, in man's cerebrospinal axis.
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The true state of meditation is oneness of the meditator with the object of meditation, God.
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First practice the presence of God in daily life by making your meditation very deep. It is better to meditate a little bit with depth than to mediate long with the mind running here and there. If you do not make an effort to control the mind it will go on doing as it pleases, no matter how long you sit to meditate.
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God has not be earned. He has only to be sought. Meditation is the only way. Beliefs, reading books — these cannot give you realization. Meditation brings proof of the existence of God. The more you meditate the more you will feel the endless joy of God.
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Spiritual advancement is not to be measured by one's display of outward powers, but solely by the depth of his bliss in meditation.
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Meditation must be practiced every day. Start now! 
Do not look to the future. Begin this very moment to think of God. In this thought you are a king. Why be a prisoner of mortal moods and habits? To carry out one's resolutions is a constant battle. Never give up your good resolutions.
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Most people live on the surface of life. But it is by deep-sea diving in the ocean of thought that you receive the pearls of knowledge.
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Many students of yoga perform their exercise in a haphazard way; then wonder why they do not 'get anywhere' and why they fail to feel communion with the Infinite even after apparently serious meditation.
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Each tomorrow I will meditate more deeply than today. I will meditate during most of my leisure hours.
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Meditate not for selfish gains of power but only with the thought of pleasing and loving God.
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Let no devotee miss his daily appointment with God. The mind may suggest the movies or some other distraction; but when the time comes for God each day, keep that holy engagement.

--- Paramhansa Yogananda
What is meditation? 

Becoming one with the soul. It means banishing the consciousness of being related to the body and to human limitations, and trying to remember that one is a soul.

Meditation is the science of reuniting the soul with Spirit.
The soul, descending from God into flesh, manifests its consciousness and life force through seven chakras, or centres of light, in man's cerebrospinal axis.

The true state of meditation is oneness of the meditator with the object of meditation, God.

First practice the presence of God in daily life by making your meditation very deep. It is better to meditate a little bit with depth than to mediate long with the mind running here and there. If you do not make an effort to control the mind it will go on doing as it pleases, no matter how long you sit to meditate.

God has not be earned. He has only to be sought. Meditation is the only way. Beliefs, reading books — these cannot give you realization. Meditation brings proof of the existence of God. The more you meditate the more you will feel the endless joy of God.

Spiritual advancement is not to be measured by one's display of outward powers, but solely by the depth of his bliss in meditation.

Meditation must be practiced every day. Start now!
Do not look to the future. Begin this very moment to think of God. In this thought you are a king. Why be a prisoner of mortal moods and habits? To carry out one's resolutions is a constant battle. Never give up your good resolutions.

Most people live on the surface of life. But it is by deep-sea diving in the ocean of thought that you receive the pearls of knowledge.

Many students of yoga perform their exercise in a haphazard way; then wonder why they do not 'get anywhere' and why they fail to feel communion with the Infinite even after apparently serious meditation.

Each tomorrow I will meditate more deeply than today. I will meditate during most of my leisure hours.

Meditate not for selfish gains of power but only with the thought of pleasing and loving God.

Let no devotee miss his daily appointment with God. The mind may suggest the movies or some other distraction; but when the time comes for God each day, keep that holy engagement.

--- Paramhansa Yogananda

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