Thank You Aum. Thank You ra. Thank You Gye Nyame.
Thank You Aum. Thank You Ra. Thank You Gayatri.
Aum Tat Sat. Aum Ra. Namo Namaha.
At the Sixth Chakra, Looking from the Third Eye, also known
as the Pineal gland, place the tip of the tongue as far back on
the roof of your mouth as possible, in the vicinity below the Pineal
Gland, and hold it there as long as comfortable. Swallow or move
the tongue if necessary but put it back in place, as far back on the
roof of the mouth as comfortable, immediately.
(1) While the tip of the tongue is in place as far back on the roof of the
mouth as comfortable, (2) be aware of the breathing, (3) be aware of the
imageless infinity of Space, and (4) be aware of the "Sound" of
Silence. We are aware of four things here. Lastly, we are and are
aware of Awareness Itself. This practice gets easier, more pleasant
and rewarding, with practice. Gradually, the consciousness is free
from thoughts and enjoys Its natural fulfillment and blissful
Meditating from the Sixth Chakra with the tongue as far back on the roof or
palate of the mouth as possible and comfortable, being aware of Silence, Space,
and the body breathing, is our meditation practice. Very few, if any thoughts
can intrude into our consciousness. We will experience fewer and fewer thoughts
and ever deeper and more rejuvenating levels of Ecstatic, Tranquil Awareness.
Constant practice of this meditation technique will lead to the stillness that
enables us to experience and to know, increasingly, the Omnipresence of our
own Supreme Being. Gradually, we will experience, in the light of our research
observation, and practice, the fact that we are the Eternal, Pure Awareness that
pervades and transcends everlasting, omnipresent, peace.
We continue to keep our "mind" open for greater truths, and meditate on You as
Supreme Truth, the Awareness containing, pervading and transcending the
"Nothing" that is here before during and after the creation, maintenance and
destruction of the Cosmic Manifestations.
"Meditation is not something that should be done in a particular position at a particular
time. It is an awareness and an attitude that must persist throughout the day."
– Annamalai Swami
We meditate on You as Pure Awareness, more subtle than the subtlest
vibration, frequency, or energy.