Day 13 of 21 Days Meditation Course
How to Meditate?Day 13 -- The Law of Detachment
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Abundance is a state of mind in which you believe you are intrinsically creative. You recognize that the universe is abundant and that you are an expression of the universe. If you accept the idea of an unlimited abundant universe, you relinquish the desire to manage circumstances and for solutions in order to manifest your desires. This is the essence of the law of detachment. The law of detachment teaches us to focus our attention on what we desire, take the necessary steps to achieve our dreams, and then find security in the wisdom of uncertainty by letting go of any attachment to outcome, an essential step in achieving our goals.
Think for a moment about the time you try to recall a name with no success. Finally, after struggling to remember you let go of your efforts, then a little while later the name flashed across the screen of your consciousness. In this same way, casting your intention into the womb of creation without attachment to the results ultimately fulfills your desire.
In the physical world, there are perceived boundaries such as time-space and opportunity. In the spiritual realm, no such boundaries exist. Opportunities are limitless and there is no space or time. What exists is pure possibility, pure potentiality, which you activate through your thoughts, beliefs, and intentions. Abundant Springs from this unlimited source. Therefore, release any thoughts of limitation go directly to the source that lies within and proclaim your intention.
Today, put the law of detachment into practice, detach from all expectations of the outcome by allowing everyone and everything the freedom to be exactly as they are. Except for uncertainty and witness the solutions and opportunities that spontaneously spring from it, then step into the field of all possibilities, remaining open to its infinity of choices. As we prepare to meditate take a moment to consider today's centering thought: As I let go of the need to arrange my life, the universe brings abundant good to me. As I let go of the need to arrange my life, the universe brings abundant good to me.
Now let's begin. Please find a comfortable position, placing your hands lightly in your lap and closing your eyes. In this moment, go within to that place of inner quiet where we experience our connection to the higher self. Let go of all thoughts and begin to observe the inflow and outflow of your breath. With each inhalation and exhalation, allow yourself to become more relaxed, more comfortable, more at peace. Now gently introduce the Sanskrit mantra for the law of detachment, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease. Om Anandham Namah. Om Anandham Namah. My actions are blissfully free from attachment to the outcome. Om Anandham Namah.
Whenever you find yourself distracted by thoughts, sensations in your body, or noises in the environment, simply return your attention to mentally repeating the mantra: Om Anandham Namah. Please continue with your meditation. I'll mind the time and at the end, you'll hear me ring a soft bell to indicate it's time to release the mantra. Om Anandham Namah. Om Anandham Namah. (Bell ring) Begin..
(Bell ring) It's time to release the mantra. Please bring your awareness back into your body. Take a moment to rest, inhaling and exhaling slowly and deeply. When you feel ready, gently open your eyes. As you continue with your day, remember to release all attachment to the outcome of your efforts by reminding yourself of our centering thought for today: As I let go of the need to arrange my life, the universe brings abundant good to me. As I let go of the need to arrange my life, the universe brings abundant good to me. As I let go of the need to arrange my life, the universe brings abundant good to me. Namaste.
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