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Secrets of Meditation

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Nataša Pantović Our Mind is constantly active. Seeking stillness within the Mind that is in motion is impossible if you do not use the motion itself. When the surface of a lake is still, we will be able to see, experience, intuitively sense the ocean of our sub-conscious and to tap into the magic of super-conscious. This is impossible when the surface is agitated by waves of our thoughts, emotions, habits, fears.

In order to still our mind we learn how to understand the body and the influence it has on our mind. The art of meditation is the art of stillness, the art of self-development, the art of motion within no-motion, action within no-action, visualization and concentration.

For further inspiration have a look at: How to meditate properly.

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Nataša Pantović Pythagoras gave the name of Monad (1) to god, and Dyad (2) to matter. The first and highest aspect of God is described by Plato as the One. The Monad (indescribable) emanated the Demiurge (Tao, Consciousness, Transcendent Source) or the creator. Plato, in the Socratic dialogue Timaeus, refers the Demiurge as a benevolent force that has created the world out of Chaos

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