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Raja Yoga  


Meditation  1

 

Thank You Aum.  Thank You Bha.  Thank You Gye Nyame.


Thank You Aum.  Thank You Bha. Thank You Gayatri.



1


We began this Pure Awareness process by always thinking 

of You.  It consist of prayer, study, sacrifice, service, right 

association, and meditation,.  These are all centered in You, 

and designed,  geared, and focused for helping us return to 

consciousness and awareness in union with You.


2


Peace of mind and its control are experienced by fixing the mind, 

consciousness, and awareness on You. This can be accomplished 

by the spiritual practice of prayer, study, nonviolent sacrifice and 

service  to You, along with right association, and meditation on 

You.


3


At the Sixth Chakra, Looking from the Third Eye, also known 


as the Pineal gland, place the tip of the tongue as far back on 


the roof of your mouth as possible, in the vicinity below the Pineal 


Gland, and hold it there  as  long as comfortable.  Swallow or move 


the tongue if necessary but put it back in place, as far back on the


 roof of the mouth as comfortable, immediately. 



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 (1) While the tip of the  tongue is in place as far back on the roof of the


 mouth as comfortable, (2) be aware of the breathing,  (3) be aware of the 


imageless infinity of Space, and (4) be aware of the "Sound" of 


Silence.  We are aware of four things here.  Lastly, we are and are


 aware of Awareness Itself.  This practice gets easier, more pleasant 


and rewarding, with practice.  Gradually, the consciousness is free


 from thoughts and enjoys Its natural fulfillment and blissful


 tranquillity.



5


Meditating from the Sixth Chakra with the tongue as far back 


on the roof or palate of the mouth as possible and comfortable, 


being aware of Silence, Space, and the body breathing,  is our


 meditation practice.  Very few, if any thoughts can intrude into 


our consciousness.  We will experience fewer and fewer thoughts


 and ever deeper and more rejuvenating levels of  Ecstatic, 


Tranquil Awareness.  



6


 Constant practice of this meditation technique will lead


 to the  stillness that enables us to experience and to know, 


 increasingly, the Omnipresence of our own Supreme Being.  


Gradually, we will experience, in the light of our research 


 observation, and practice, the fact that we are the Eternal, 


Pure Awareness that  pervades and transcends everlasting, 


omnipresent, peace.



7


The more we are meditate on You, the more we are in alignment with You.

  Gradually, we are in greater harmony with the  Spirit of  our most Righteous 

Ancestors.  Thus, the better we are able to live in  harmony and peace with 

our environment.  We meditate on You as the One, The Supreme, Eternal, 

Transpersonal Being, the Source of all courage, beauty, creativity,  patience,

 and endurance, 



8


We align with You by meditating on You as Silence and Imageless space, while our

 tongue is at the roof of the back of our mouth,  and while we are aware of the breath 

our body is breathing.  We meditate on You as awareness of all "This" and as 

awareness of Awareness Itself.

9

We meditate on You as Divine Reality, Supernatural Being, the Primeval Energy,

the Life Force, the Prana, Ultimate, Pure Consciousness and Awareness.  As

 far as our research, observation and experience has revealed, there is no truth 

Greater than You.  Thank You for helping us come back to You, the Greatest 

Truth, through this spiritual practice of meditating on You.


10

We meditate on You as that Ultimate Awareness pervading and transcending body, mind, 

intelligence, and ego.  We mediate on You, from the Sixth Chakra by focusing on the 

imageless Supreme Space and the "Sound" of Silence. 


11

 Always thinking of You and meditating on is are our best means of attaining You.  

You are our Greatest Benefit, our Best End.  Thank You for helping us to be aware of 

Your Loving Presence, in this moment.


12


 " Understand that the Self is the continuous Being, The One within all, without any 

division. The "I" is both the subject and the supreme object of meditation;  How can 

you see two in That which is One?"

Prathamodhyayah

Chapter 1, Verse 12

13


As our consciousness becomes more purified by meditating on You as the Most 

Subtle Supreme Truth, we gradually release all names and forms and meditate

on You as Awareness of Infinite, imageless Space, Awareness of the "Sound"

 of the Silence of Being, the "Sound" of the Self, and Awareness of Awareness.  


14

We continue to keep our "mind" open for greater truths, and meditate on You as


 Supreme Truth, the Awareness containing, pervading and transcending the 


"Nothing" that  is here before during and after the creation, maintenance and


 destruction of the Cosmic Manifestations. 


15


We think of You, we concentrate on You, we meditate on You as the One from whom vast 

and variegated creations, are engendered, maintained, and annihilated; yet, You always 

remain the same, the Supreme Absolute, Changeless One, within and beyond change, 

 and all other dualities.


16

It is by thinking of  You constantly that we purify our consciousness and are able to 

meditate on You, behind the eyes from the Third Eye, as the Source of Space and 

Silence.  We meditate on You as the Be All and End All of life, the Moral Absolute, 

the Source of all Holiness and strength.  Knowing about of  You, always thinking of 

You, and meditating on You,  are our  primary means  of  attaining You. 


17

We meditate on You as the all pervasive One who pervades and transcends all parts of 

speech, designations and descriptions.  We meditate on You as the Source of the upper 

soul, lower soul, I and I, Atma and Param Atma. 


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Meditating on You is our primary method  of  purifying our Pineal Gland, the seat of 

consciousness, and the path to the Seventh Seal, the Gateway  to Your Infinite Awareness.  

Thus, we purify and raise our awareness of  Awareness to ever greater levels of Awareness.



"Meditation is not something that should be done in a particular position at a particular 


time. It is an awareness and an attitude that must persist throughout the day."


– Annamalai Swami