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Importance of the Meditation

Practice meditation and learn magic

Deep concentration, self-knowledge and self-control are the prerequisites to practice successful white magic. These skills can be learned by meditation. For us, learning white magic starts with meditation training.

In Pali, the language in which Buddha taught, there is apparently no word, that corresponds with our definition of “meditation”, although meditation in ancient Indian culture was undoubtedly of central importance. A word used for this spiritual practice was “bhavana”. It meant “developing through spiritual training”. In my opinion, that hits the mark. Meditation is about humans development. It is a natural sequence of events such as when a baby borns, a child starts teething, then becomes an adult, the adult joins the workforce, creates and produces things in the world, starts a family, creates karmic bounds and then gets insight while being old and at last passes away. Sooner or later you will be forced to sit down and reflect on your life and ask yourself who you are and what is the meaning of your life journey.

Meditation and Magic

What is the Ego?

The Ego is a temporary individuality of our spiritual self, the soul. Everything, you feel that you are, concerning your character, abilities, values and desires, is your ego. The Ego is created and influenced by everything, what we have experienced and achieved in this present life, but also during our previous life. The ego is this feeling of being individual and separated from the rest of the world.

We cannot experience, what is ego without being able to step aside and see it as something, what we possess, but what is not really our essence. When we go deeper inside of us, we realise, that our reactions and behaviour is mostly (maybe completely) the same as the reactions of our close relatives, friends or idols. We had simply learned and adapt them from these groups of people or society. They are so automatic, that we perceive them as our natural behaviour. When we say :“I am like this.“, this is our ego. The Ego is, when we also say "I have this ability, quality, emotion, opinion, problem, duty or responsibility." The Ego is also, when we say: "I want that thing, person or situation…and also, I like, I prefer, I fear, I don't wan't, I don't like or I avoid."
Ego can help us to live our normal lives, but it cannot control for example regulation and complicated processes in body like breathing or digestion or outer circumstances we live in. It can just react. So, it cannot be that part of us, which is in charge of everything. It cannot even rule the thoughts. Are you able, if you want, to stop your thinking for lets say 5 minutes? ….. Most people cannot. If we have a closer look on our thoughts and emotions, we can realise, that hey have simply taken control over our life and actions. We live, follow and obey, what we currently think and feel. We allow our thoughts and emotions to influence the course of our life: in a positive but also in a negative way. We don't want to say, that ego is our enemy. But do you like the idea, that you are programmed and just follow programmes, which were installed into your mind by society? Ego is a good servant, but it is not good master! Therefore, learning to control our emotions and thinking could have very positive impact on our life and also on our personal freedom. How to do this? By continual observation of ourselves. This activity is called meditation and introspection. Two perfect tools for increasing personal freedom and power! Read now further about meditation...

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.


To do or to be?

For many people the practice of mediation is like a fitness training. For example, if you go to the gym you do not apply fitness training to all aspects of your life. Instead of walking, you take the car, even when where you are going is within walking distance. You prefer to take the elevator or the escalators instead of the stairs. You spend hours sitting at a desk and only get up once to get some coffee. In this way, exercise becomes something you have “to do” twice a week in a gym. People with this attitude are still better than those who do not do any exercise at all. But still it is very far removed from living in such a way that integrates exercise naturally into your everyday life.

Those who treat meditation as something “to do”, still of course count as awakened persons. However, they still fall short of what is possible. Finally, it is not just about meditating in a small room but about being mindful in your day to day life.

Instead of switching your mind to autopilot most of the time, and being tangled up in fantasies about the past or the future, carrying out imaginary conversations in your mind, poring over your worries, among other things, you could direct your attention to the present task. A short story may enlighten you on what meditation is about: two students of a famous master meet.

One says to the other: “My master can perform miracles. He can float on air and walk through fire. What can your master do?” The other replies, “He is also capable of wonderful things. When he sleeps, he sleeps. When he eats he eats. When he works, he works.”

I don’t know if you experience such daily miracles. The fact is when many people are working, their thoughts are elsewhere, whilst they are eating, they are working at the same time, and whilst they are sleeping, they are completely ill at ease, poring over their worries, again and again.

We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far.
Swami Vivekananda

Meditation as a lifestyle

Mediation as a lifestyle means, that you don't just meditate two times a day, but you include meditation into your normal life. It means being mindful to what is going on in the present moment, and so not letting your attention wander. Incidentally this is not a contradiction of an open and focused awareness. At the same time it is mostly about not losing sight of the main objective of your attention. It is natural that the mind may also drift to other things. Think of the example mentioned above about following a conversation and paying attention to what is said, even when other things infringe upon your scope of perception. If you, however, allow your mind to wander, then you only get parts of what was said. This is very different from open focus. Do exactly what you are supposed to be doing. Or in other words: Give your attention only to the present task, which occurs here and now. That would be my advice for uninterrupted mediation in your daily life.

The people who keep their attention on the present, (see Satipatthana above) practices meditation in their daily lives. Contrary to common beliefs, meditation is not about “mental dismissal”. The opposite is quite true. It is about being alert, awake in a relaxed state. When you give your attention to the present, you do not lose yourself in daydreaming.

You do not go through life half asleep as others do, who are too tired to really understand what is happening around them. On the other hand you do not excessively concentrate, in the same way as during emergencies. Move, behave, work and speak in open focus in a more relaxed and mindful way. Those who manage to live this way in their daily lives are the ones who mediate like a Budda.

We stated above many times, that meditation should be the state of thoughtless awareness. For most people is very hard to be thoughtless. Some of us cannot even imagine, what does it mean to be without thoughts, because it became our habit to think without stopping. There are several reasons for this situation. First reason is, that we we taught from the small age to be with our attention outside and this attention therefore became dominant state in our life. It is quite unusual in this society to pay attention to your inner state, your thoughts, emotions and observe them. The second reason is the way of life we have today. Compare the way of life today and in the past. In the past, life was more simple, interactions with other people were not so intense. Today, our mind is irritated with many stimuli during the day: mobiles, jobs, TV, social media. In fact, it is so overloaded, that cannot stop…


When we start the meditation, we can observe that thoughts of all kinds are constantly coming: job, family, things to do, dreams, past situations… Here are some tips that will help you to be more focused and stay longer in meditative state:

- Be aware, that not all thoughts in your head are yours; you can absorb them during the day from people around you, radio, internet, TV… Don’t try to fight with them, to stop them by force. You cannot this battle by force! Rather allow them to come and let them go. Don’t develop them further. Observe them like when you’re watching the movie.

- Our awareness focuses automatically to our thoughts, because we suppose that our process of thinking is something important and if we don’t pay attention on that, we can miss something… This is not true; our thinking is mostly just a buzz of our mind.
- Decrease the importance of your thoughts, your opinions and attitudes. Look at them, as if they are strangers to you.That helps you to move from active position to the witness position.

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Visions during the Meditation

or How to "measure" our success in meditation?

Everyone is special, we differ from each other. Our reactions, perception and experiencing of things in certain situation are very different. So, we are very different also in the area of meditation and spiritual development. There are people, who have often visions and see for example light or angels, or they speak with some spirits. Others feel nothing „special“. And they begin to ask: „Why are others able to see things and I see nothing? What is wrong with me?“
The truth is, that it is not really importnat, if someone has visions or not. We can compare the astral plane to internet. There are lots of good and useful things there, but there are also many rubish information or untruths. The astral plane is the same. For example, there is someone, who can speak with archangel Gabriel. We can ask the question, if their conversation was about something important or it was just a „smalltalk“??
Or someone tells you he was speaking with an entity, which explained him, how pyramids were built... Ok, so what??? Are these things relevant to your life right now or not? I don't say that visions are bad, or that they are good. They are as they are.
Every vision is just an information, an energy. What will people do with their visions and experiences is their business. There are also certain people, who believe, that, because they have certain visions or contacts with spirits or angels, they are something special, superior to other people, who cannot achieve this. This way, they are creating something what we call „spiritual egoism“. And egoism of any kind can be really a big problem for further development.
Such people can get themselves in ordinary life into difficult situations. For example, archangel Gabriel says to someone not to work as he do right now, because he was born for something bigger. So, it could happen, that he will leave his work and he, in the worst case, has no money for his living and is starving. What advantage is then the ability to speak with archangel Gabriel? If someone leaves his job in order to write some spiritual super-book which helps lots of people? Then it is super. But what if not?
For me are important, especially at the beginning, these four indicators (and the number of visions is not one of them):
1. The degree of reactivity in critical situations.
How do I react in situations like lack of money, serious illness, death of close person? Am I calm? Nervous? Depressed? Or deeply touched? It doesn't mean, that one cannot feel fear, sadness or anger. It is about not being destroyed by the situation and lose control over one's life.

2. The ability to feel happy and satisfied with what is.
Am I grateful for what is? How it is with my complaining? Am I enjoying the life?

3. The ability to stay in the thoughtless awareness.
This doesn't mean, that one cannot think. It is about not being involved in compulsive thinking process. It is to be behind it, to be able to stop this buzz and gain back inner peace. This point is very important.

4. The contribution of visions and information from other worlds to everyday life of a person or other people.
Have I experienced something, what is important and relevant for current life or life of others? Does this knowledge help me to be better and stronger person? It could be for example inspiration for my book, song or my work or answer to some question, which moves me forward...

Something for advanced practitioners

Learn the art of Meditation

At the beginning, the greatest challenge is to force oneself to meditate regularly. After some time, people notice, that daily meditation feels good and it is like a daily teeth cleaning: refreshing and purifying. To be clean inside means to be in harmony with oneself. We can often experience, that our head wants one thing, our heart another, body asks its own wishes and our personal duty goes completely different direction... This situation means, that we are not one with ourselves. Regular meditaiton unify all these wishes into one direction and there is just one Wholeness, which knows, what to desire, where to go, what is important and what is the meaning of one's life.
Another very important feature of meditation is inner peace. At the beginnig, we should try to know different parts of reality, which causes our problems. They are thouse aituaitons in life, where we say too much “YES“ or "NO“. For example, I can think too much about money, lack of it at present or I can fear that I will have one day money problems...so, I think all the time, how should I prevent this situation, what to do... After the knowledge of problematic area comes, it is very important to let it go.
Of course, there are many things which I can and should do – to find a job, increase my education etc. Sometimes, the situation in our country is not good and not everyone can find a job, you maybe need contacts or good luck. This cannot be solved or influenced and it is important to let it go to the hands of God/ Higher Power. My rational mind says: "You cannot do this". And this thought takes my energy away. Without energy I am not able to be active and do, what I can do and desire.
Meditation can help us to divide this problem into two parts:
- This is something I can do and I have resources for influencing my reality.
- Those things I cannot influence, so I surrender them to Higher Powers.
If I will practice this in my meditation, peace will come. In this peace and thoughtless awareness, I have access to my inner powers, which normally I am not aware of.
Another important thing is to realize, that thoughts are not "real" or mine. There are many invisible thought currents or structures around us. The human mind is like a radio and is able to „catch“ or tune in to any current. The frequency, which „plays“ in our mind is the reflection of our inner state. And our inner mood attracts similar currents.
The most important thing is to recognise, that „I AM NOT THIS THOUGHT. I AM AWARENESS BEHIND IT.“ I am the Observer, who can watch all this and I can choose, where I will give my attention and how will I react. This freedom comes, when I make during meditation the step aside, when I am conscious of reality and I know, I can, as the immortal eternal awareness, react or not react at will.
When someone meditates daily, s/he probably knows, that meditation is different every day. The depth and quality of evening meditation depends mostly on how our day was. If my boss stressed me a lot, or I have a fight with my wife/man/kids..., my evening meditation is not so intense. Its quality improves, when I spend my day in peace and balance.

This Song will help you to find joy, balance and inspiration for your day!

This Meditation will lead you to inner peace and place above time and space. Enjoy your life!

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