November 2020 Message
From Master Serapis
Almost every spiritual tradition reveres meditation as a powerful
gateway to the Divine. Spiritual Meditation creates an opening for
healing on all levels. It is a truly profound experience that rejuvenates
the body and provides support for deep spiritual revitalization, recontact
with your soul, and the reactivation of your connection with the Divine.
During your meditation, you will make a deeper connection to your soul
by creating a quiet mind, going back to your sacred design, and
accessing higher spiritual energies. Within every person there is a
dormant spark of pure Divine potential. During your meditation you will
become awakened and empower you on the next step in the liberation
process. You will then carry this awakened spiritual energy with you out
into the world to share it abroad. In that way you will be a light to the
world. You will observe by four days of meditation, your concentration
will improve, creative thinking expands, depression lifts, insomnia stops,
anxieties fade, the mind becomes more tranquil, and a natural joy begins
to appear as your spiritual capacities will expand.
Meditation is flowing with God and prayers are talking with God. God is
our source and we are God’s soldiers, so we want to be strong and able.
Meditation helps us to be stronger and more independent.
The following information explains how meditation helps your brain.
The Frontal lobe of the brain is the most highly evolved part of the
brain, responsible for reasoning, planning, emotions, and self-
conscious awareness. During meditation, the frontal cortex tends to go
offline. The Parietal lobe, this part of the brain processes sensory
information about the surrounding world, orienting you in time and
space. During meditation, activity in the parietal lobe slows down. The
Thalamus is the gatekeeper for the senses, this organ focuses your
attention by funneling some sensory data deeper into the brain and
stopping other signals in their tracks. Meditation reduces the flow of
incoming information to a trickle. The Reticular formation, the brain’s
sentry, this structure receives incoming stimuli and puts the brain on
alert, ready to respond. Meditating dials back the arousal signal.
Now that you know what is going on inside your brains, take a look
into the ways it affects your health. It’s in fact very similar to how
exercising affects your brain.
COVID-19 has changed everyone’s health consciousness. You have all
these new health practices, including social distancing, vigorous
handwashing, and self-isolating at home. It’s distressing you are so
health-conscious and yet not know what is enough. And it is disturbing
that your plan around work and social interaction has shifted so quickly.
Your emotional health can have a profound effect on your physical
health. Your physical body is not a separate entity from your emotional
experience. Emotions don’t happen on some other plane — they happen
right inside of you. It has also been shown that consistent negative
emotion has a damaging effect on the immune system and the
The good news: meditation modalities that focus on how you feel
have been shown to change how you feel. Heart Rhythm Meditation has
a key difference from other meditation modalities because it creates an
internal rhythm between your breath and your heartbeat that strengthens
your vagal tone, the gold-standard of stress resilience. Meditation can
help you become more aware of your emotional state.
Open the light within you and through your divine energy you will
connect to your haven of light for your a positive, healthy, abundant
way of life.
Meditation To Assist you:
- Close your eyes and focus within.
- Focus your attention. Focus your attention on your breath and
breathing. Breathe in and out. Just feel the movement of your in
and out breaths.
- You can repeat an affirmation (a positive statement about yourself
- If you use an affirmation, try to feel what it means to you.
- Now focus on your heartbeat.
- If you notice your mind thinking, that is okay, just bring your focus
back to your technique. Your breathing
- When you have completed meditating, it is a good idea to give
yourself a few minutes to acclimate slowly back into the activities
of your day.
“Awakening is not changing who you are, but discarding who you are
not.” By Deepak