I found this meditation from Anette Carlstrom’s FB, who follows Sri Bhagavan’s teachings of Oneness… Again just like what Michael Brown teaches it is about… Can you be present with what is?
Or are you going to judge it and try to stop it from happening or try to change it.
I’m not really doing this meditation, however my day is filled with moments where I suppose I am meditating, of just being with what is. or “Seeing what is there”. Sometimes joyful and other times turbulent.
“Please use this meditation to find inner Peace
Do this meditation 10 minutes in the morning or 10 minutes at night before going to sleep. Basically it is forming new neural connections in the brain as you do it regularly.
This Sadhana (practice) can be done every time there is an emotional disturbance.
1. Turn your attention inward. Invoke the Presence.
2. Take 5 deep breaths – inhale mouth, exhale nose.
3. Put yourself in a state of gratitude. This helps the neurons in your brain to be more receptive.
4. Tell yourself:
“I give myself permission to feel anything. Anything.”
Say it with affection. This is truly a non violent approach. You can feel anything inside. It does not hurt you or anyone else when you stay with it in your inner world in this practice. What exactly am I feeling? Not the name of the feelings, but what exactly are my thoughts. Be specific. Actually see it. Knowing is different from seeing. Allow yourself to see it.
5. Say: “This is the Truth right now.” What is here now might not be there the next moment, but stay with what is here right now.
6. Say: “Truth is never about the other. Truth is never about me. Truth is about What Is.”
7. Thank the Presence.”