Day 14 of 21 Days Meditation Course
How to Meditate?
Day 14 -- The Law of Dharma
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Welcome to Day 14
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Congratulations! Today you're completing the second week of the 21-day meditation challenge and you are well on your way to attracting the abundance that is waiting for you.
This past week we've explored the topic of abundance as it relates to the seven spiritual laws of success. Now we'll consider how the law of Dharma has the greatest influence on your ability to fulfill your deepest desires. The first component of the law of karma is to discover your true self. The second and third components are inextricably intertwined. They are to express your unique talents and share those gifts to bring happiness to you and others.
Explore all the things that make your heart sing and enable you to make a life, not just a living. Ask yourself how can I help? how can I serve? Expressing your gifts and service to others is the highest expression of the law of Dharma when your creative expressions match the needs of those around you. Abundance effortlessly flows into your life in perfect divine order. You can put the law of Dharma into practice today simply by paying attention to the spirit that resides inside you, consciously acknowledging your unique talents, and asking yourself how you can best use those gifts to serve the world. As we prepare for meditation, let's turn our attention to today's centering thought: There is a way, I can fulfill my true purpose in life. There is a way, I can fulfill my true purpose in life.
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. Gently introduce the Sanskrit mantra for the law of Dharma, repeating it mentally and allowing it to flow with effortless ease. Om Varunam Namah [Ohm Varh-uhn-uhm Nuh-mah]. Om Varunam Namah: My life is in harmony with cosmic law. (Explanation: This mantra helps align our thoughts, feelings, and intentions with the infinite intelligence of cosmic awareness, bringing our actions into harmony and balance with Nature.)
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 Varunam Namah. Om Varunam 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, carry the sense of divine purpose with you, reminding yourself of today centering thought: There is a way, I can fulfill my true purpose in life. There is a way, I can fulfill my true purpose in life. There is a way, I can fulfill my true purpose in life. Namaste.
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