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  • Jeff Belyea
    Hi Harvey - Here s why it is called Heart Meditation: It asks that the meditator listen to the heart, for the wisdom whisper that cannot be heard. When I
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      Hi Harvey -

      Here's why it is
      called Heart Meditation:

      It asks that
      the meditator
      listen to the heart,
      for the wisdom whisper
      that cannot be heard.

      When I suggest
      that the meditator
      keep there "presence"
      at the forehead, it
      is in silence.

      And the heart whisper
      travels in the silence.

      So, the heart is the
      informer and central
      "character" of the meditation.
      We are opening to intuitive
      consciousness - and that reduces
      stress, enhances peace of
      mind and instills confidence
      and clarity and kindness...
      attributes of the "heart".

      And it gives a booster shot
      to creativity.

      Hope this helps.

      Bob Rose will most probably
      give you information about
      the Inner Traveler Magazine.

      All the love,

      Jeff

      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, "Harvey Schneider"
      <haarvi1@n...> wrote:
      > Hi Jeff,
      >
      > The meditation you describe in this post involves focusing the
      attention at the
      > center of the forehead. Why then do you call it "Heart Meditation?
      >
      > You mention an article about Heart Meditation appearing in The Inner
      Traveller.
      > Is this a magazine? Does it have a particualar slant or affiliation?
      >
      > Harvey
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Jeff Belyea
      > To: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2003 4:09 AM
      > Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Recap Nightcap
      >
      >
      > For those who followed
      > Quiet Awareness to
      > Breath Awareness to
      > Heart Awareness...
      >
      > In the quiet of the
      > evening, enter the
      > heart awareness.
      >
      > Continue to notice
      > your breathing,
      > listen to the
      > heart...
      >
      > After you have
      > practiced heart
      > awareness for a time,
      > you may notice
      > that you become
      > so absorbed in
      > your inner listening
      > for the wisdom
      > whisper of the
      > heart, that your
      > awareness of your
      > breathing fades...
      > and you enter the
      > diamond point of
      > stillness...
      >
      > In the stillness
      > you may notice your
      > presence move
      > to the center of
      > your forehead, as
      > if looking from
      > within...
      > (known as the
      > third eye and as
      > the energy place
      > of Christ
      > Consciousness)
      >
      > You have entered
      > Heart Meditation.
      >
      > In this meditation,
      > the door of an
      > indescribably delicious
      > Natural Enlightenment
      > (Sahaj Samadhi for
      > you easterners) may
      > open.
      >
      > Simple process...
      > astonishing resultsĀ®
      >
      > All the love,
      >
      > Jeff
      > http://www.naturalenlightenment.com
      >
      > PS: An article that fully describes
      > Heart Meditation will be found in
      > the current issue of The Inner Traveler.
      >
      >
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