Meditation Commentary – Allowing Light

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Meditation is not about controlling the mind. The minds job is to think. Meditation is about slowing down thoughts, changing the thoughts to be positive and directing the mind. Meditation is about connecting to I the Soul and the Divine Energy. Meditation is the process of visualization and the directing thoughts, When we just allow the light of the Divine to shine on us magic happens, a great healing process begins. So, Let the words in the commentary to seep into our Soul, let the light of the Divine melt the pain away, be silent, be connected, and allow the magic to happen. I hope you find this meditation special, empowering and freeing.

As usual this meditation is from the release your wings YouTube channel ( that is these are not my creation).

The words Copyright © 2019  thoughtsnlifeblog, not the video

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I believe that the thoughts we create impact our life greatly. If we are able to change our thoughts, redirect them, catch our negative thinking.We can change our life. Read my 'About' page to find out more about thoughtsnlifeblog.com

20 thoughts on “Meditation Commentary – Allowing Light

  1. insightful post… i actually started out without any intention to control my mind, but after years of experience I’ve been able to control my mind to a great extent which could still increase

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    1. Glad you like the meditation. I think controlling the mind, is more like, managing thoughts. And sometimes in meditation as the commentary suggest just allow the magic, it is worth a try you will have a different experience

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