Medi.Praying


It almost looks like I’m sending you to Praying Medic — which won’t be such a bad idea, after all (you may pay him a visit here).

The topic I wish to touch today is meditation and why this can take you to dangerous places if not properly done. So, when you meditate, if you manage to attain a desired silence, then you’ll open several ports to listen. Like a radio receiver going on, well, reception. Like a satellite receiver tuning on channels.

What you do not know exactly is what kind of ‘satellites’ or ‘senders’ or ‘broadcasters’ are lurking out there, in the ‘astral plane.’ Make no mistake: that is not void, but on the contrary, it should be fairly crowded, even if seemingly empty. Think that you can’t see the Eiffel Tower, unless you’re in Paris, and still this means not that it doesn’t exist: it is there, even if you can’t see it at the moment.

Considering the history we know, and also the histories prior to it, that we don’t know; considering the wars past, the abominations and the atrocities; considering the abysmal darkness out there in the skies; considering!, you take your meditation one step further: into prayer.

Praying, you establish a vector, you prove that you have a brain capable to process a signal. Praying, you establish the boundaries of your dominion. Dominion? Why dominion? Because any son and daughter of Adam has a dominion, by design.

Consider that One Son of Adam came from the Creator and, dying for you and me, returned within the Ever-Living, as Pantokrator. Pray to Him, even when meditating, to stay the course.

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