Non-dual Meditation - Aziz Kristof
- For a few moments we will breathe in a special way. Through this breathing
we initiate you into the practice of non-dual meditation. With each
inhalation, we breathe into the third eye and stay there as long as
possible. And with each exhalation, we relax into Being fully. When you
keep your breath in the third eye, there is a particular energy experience
and you will recognise it. Feel that the one who recognises this energy
experience is you, and it is located in the third eye, in the middle of the
brain. You are yourself this energy. That is the essence of attention.
... Silence ...
That is enough. Still keep energy in the head but in a relaxed way. Now
repeat a thought like the mantra: 'I Am.' Very slowly, in a very focused
and contemplative way, 'I Am,' with full awareness. The moment you finish
saying 'I Am,' before you say the next 'I Am,' feel what remains. This that
remains is I Am, which is not a thought but your own presence behind the
thought. So after saying 'I Am,' stop for a while. Feel your own presence,
that which remains and again say 'I Am.' The one who is aware of the mantra
'I Am' is awareness. The one who remains when you are not saying anymore 'I
Am', is awareness itself. Simply recognise this fact that the pure light of
awareness is beyond thinking.
... Silence ...
Letting go of the mantra, keep your presence in the head area, in a relaxed
way with a gentle focus. And from that place you let go into Being,
breathing into the belly, deeply relaxing into non-doing.
Awareness is reached by turning attention back to itself. There is certain
self-referral in the mind where the centre is recognised. It is a very
strong energy experience in the third eye, the essence of intelligence, the
centre of consciousness.
Awareness can be recognised directly by turning attention back or can be
slowly developed by paying attention, for example to the breath. When you
breathe into your belly, when you remember, when you focus, Awareness grows
Being is reached through non-doing. When you are not doing, energy drops
into Being. But you co-operate for a certain subtle surrender to happen.
You allow yourself to drop, and with the help of breath, which deepens your
energy in the Hara, the experience of Being is reached deeper and deeper.
It becomes more and more expansive, until the point that you simply rest
fully in the unconditional Samadhi of Being.
Gently breathing and relaxing remaining in the centre. This awareness has
to be like a laser inside you, penetrating your whole body. Just Being,
even though you are not doing anything, you are. What is it? That which is
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