experiencing the unified field through transcendental meditation (P.P.)

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Meditation lowers blood pressure, helps myocardial infraction, reduces heart attacks, stroke, and death. Mind-body medicine is powerful and real. Transcending affects the brain significantly. The whole brain functions coherently when in a transcended state. The orderly function increases. The state of unbounded awareness begins to expand within the unified field.

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We are aware of the natural world

                       Understanding comes through study

                 Understanding comes from feeling

    Understanding comes from knowing

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 How do we experience life?

We see…we hear…we smell, taste, and feel

We experience the outward through bodily sensory perception

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We come to know what is outside our body by the virtue of human existence

Yet until realization, the inward reality is generally disregarded, misunderstood, and unknown at its core

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Entering into transcendental meditation will allow one to experience for themselves the unity of the unified field.

Through understanding and practice this experience can be felt through and through

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And the layers of consciousness growth form one upon another

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A greater understanding of the unity of life will transform one’s understanding of the oneness of matter and energy

Diligent practice will transform one’s understanding of the unification of all creation

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Experiencing consciousness expansion in transcendental meditation leads to a greater understanding

In transcendental meditation we experience life without using our bodily perception.

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Going deeper and deeper within

We experience a state of mind that is beyond matter and energy

A state of mind that is beyond what can be told

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It can only be experienced and through EXPERIENCE it is understood.

“The techniques to experience the unified field consist of settling the consciousness in a transcendental state of meditation. The direct subjective experience of the unified laws of nature. In the context of meditation..we seek to focus INWARD in order to gain a deeper understanding of the quieter levels of consciousness in order to gain a deeper understanding of deeper levels of intelligence in nature. Transcending all cognitive processing, all visualization, all thought, all mental activity, all concentration, all contemplation in order to reach a state of pure being, pure abstract awareness. The direct experience of the unified field. The complete settling of the mind” -Dr. John Hagelin

This is part of a powerpoint presentation i will be giving.  i intend to post more info about the unified field soon. This post should come after a more detailed blog about the unified field…but oh well 🙂

To learn more about accessing the unified field through transcendental meditation, plz visit the World Peace Project..

http://www.worldpeacegroup.org/what_is_tm.html

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41 Comments

  1. April 12, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    This is really well done. I admire the time you take for such thoughtful words along with a great layout.

  2. CharmedYogi said,

    April 12, 2012 at 6:51 pm

    So funny we both did a post about transcendental meditation today. Great minds meditate alike 😉

  3. April 12, 2012 at 9:34 pm

    Great post! Love it. 🙂

  4. Anton Jarrod said,

    April 12, 2012 at 11:12 pm

    It’s good to see individuals experiencing and encountering the transcendent reality in their own way! Good journeying, Anton

  5. Garth Lewis said,

    April 13, 2012 at 5:47 am

    Now this was really interesting!

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 13, 2012 at 3:05 pm

      glad you think so..it has really changed the way i perceive this world and this reality..everyone who practices it can benefit.

  6. April 13, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    I know meditation is powerful, but I can’t still my mind long enough to really tune in to what I need! This is awesome- Keep it up!!!

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 13, 2012 at 3:02 pm

      yea it takes a lot of patience and practice 🙂 the more you work at it, the better you will get! 🙂

      • April 13, 2012 at 7:11 pm

        That’s just it… I don’t even know how to begin to work on it…. How do I start, LOL…. My mind races constantly… even in my dreams I’m actively working this brain….

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 2:59 pm

        well, to begin, i’d suggest just sitting comfortably with your eyes closed and daydreaming for a while like rich said and just let your thoughts come and go…then after a while try to slow your thoughts down a lil bit and keep working on that. once your thoughts are settled (to the best of your ability) then try to just sit silently (and relax) and listen to the quietest sound. doing this more and more will help you get control of your mind little by little and will help to strengthen your focus. and keep going from there. leme know how your progress is going and i’ll try to help as much as i can…

        Shanti

      • April 16, 2012 at 3:10 pm

        Thank you so much. I will definitely keep you posted on my progress. I wish to be in fine tuning with my thoughts, and life; meditating!!! Enjoy your day-)

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:16 pm

        most def! like anything, the more you do it, the better you will get 🙂

  7. Tai Jimenez said,

    April 13, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    thank you.

  8. April 13, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    “Through experience it is understood.” Must dive deep to fly high. Great images. Thanks for the mini lecture on transcendental meditation. Om.

  9. rich said,

    April 14, 2012 at 5:47 am

    can anyone explain to me the difference between TM and sitting comfortably with your eyes closed while daydreaming about things?

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 16, 2012 at 2:44 pm

      well sitting and letting your mind float is a form of meditation but TM is specifically intended to reach a different state…like Dr. Hagelin said, “Transcending all cognitive processing, all visualization, all thought, all mental activity, all concentration, all contemplation in order to reach a state of pure being, pure abstract awareness”

      • rich said,

        April 16, 2012 at 2:48 pm

        how do you define “a state of pure being”?

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 2:54 pm

        hard to define in words…it is better understood when it is felt through and through. when you reach a state when you acknowledge the pure being that is all-permeating, then you will know exactly. to feel it though, it is necessary to transcend all self identity. kind of sounds strange i guess, but it does make sense. dunno if that helps, but it’s the best way i can think of to explain it…

      • rich said,

        April 16, 2012 at 2:57 pm

        because i know nothing about TM, i have to admit my ignorance from the outside. however, this all seems like just daydreaming and imaging things. it sounds like our own, biological virtual reality. and when it can’t be defined and is just theoretical, then it’s just something that people are making a lot more of it than it really is – which is daydreaming. but again – please understand – i’m saying this through admitted ignorance on the topic.

        i’ve asked a lot of people who do TM to explain it, and everybody basically says the same thing you did, and for a skeptic like me, that’s just not enough.

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:13 pm

        i understand…it is difficult to define, but there is much more to it than what you think when it is done properly. Traditionally, TM was done in order to connect with the Divine. In TM people would pray and their intention was to gain a deeper understanding of the Creator of all. Generally, through years of prayer and meditation, one seeking the Divine would come to understand the living presence of the Divine better and better. The unified field is the all-permeating intelligence that constantly gives life to all. In the same manner that we are born and grow and learn and develop all through life, we likewise approach TM the same way. It cannot be understood through a few sessions or through intellectualizing, but through yrs of practice. Just as it takes many years for us to develop and increase in knowledge and understanding, it likewise takes the same for TM. Tm cannot be shown to ppl, it has to be experienced. I would suggest doing as much research as you can and practicing it. If anything, practicing meditation alone will help your health in many ways. To really transcend you must first transcend your-self in truth. This is a struggle for all of us.

      • rich said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:17 pm

        thanks for all those details, that i will have to read again for sure. if possible, what does it mean to “first transcend yourself in truth”?

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:22 pm

        i could write a book on this topic lol…umm to wrap it up, we must acknowledge the Source of life. i’ll intentionally leave it at that because that is the most important part of transcending. i plan on writing more about this and getting into much more detail when i can..

      • rich said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:24 pm

        ok, i get the hint from “…umm to wrap it up.”

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:27 pm

        oh no, plz don’t take that the wrong way, i don’t mean to be rude. i was just trying to say that volumes could be written on transcending the “self”. So i was trying to wrap it all up in one sentence (which is hard to do)..i should have been more clear..

      • rich said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:30 pm

        i just took it as you didn’t feel like going back and forth about it, which would be okay if that’s what you meant. every conversation, no matter how good or bad, has to end sometime.

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:33 pm

        oh nah thats not what i meant..i would just prefer to explain it in detail so it makes more sense and that would take several hours of writing. i intend to delve deeper into this when time permits 🙂

      • rich said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:39 pm

        i look forward to the details. i’m sure it’s not a simple thing to express.

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 16, 2012 at 3:41 pm

        for sure.

  10. May 4, 2012 at 11:11 am

    Hi,
    I have nominated you for sunshine award as i find your site inspirational. Thank you for allowing the energy of inspiration to flow through you. See my blog about the sunshine award @ ;
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  11. John Eden said,

    July 1, 2015 at 3:55 pm

    Interesting. I am on a different path, as you saw on my blog, but I find this complementary… in the sense that it is the other part of the picture, or the other part of the whole. So I’m intrigued. In Vipassana, which I did for a few years, the understanding is that sensation, Vedana, is the best path to that interior world you describe. But I’m open to other interpretations and visions… 🙂 Thanks for commenting on my blog!

    • LScott said,

      July 3, 2015 at 4:01 am

      Vispassna, as i understand it, is intended to ultimately lead to total enlightenment. Transcenental meditation is a potent tool to be employed in the journey to realizing the ultimate reality as well. I see both paths as one and focused on the same thing. i’m open to truth in whatever form it may appear. wish you all the best! thanks for sharing your thoughts 🙂

      shanti.


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