Meditation is your link with a higher aspect of your consciousness, and those who routinely practice it have noted its enormous benefits.
With meditation, you allow yourselves to get into a flowing state that exists beyond your physical perception, and the results of routine, sustained meditation are an increased ability to flow with life and a lessened tendency to resort to anger or other, similar emotions when things don’t seem to go your way.
If you have trouble meditating or raising your vibration in any other way, it’s usually because of the frame of mind you adopt when you attempt it.
If your mind’s rigid or closed and your creative flow seems absent, you’re going to have a hard time meditating, communicating with your intuition, or doing any of the other spiritual practices you’ve grown used to.
Your link with your inner universe has to be routinely sustained if you want it to stay strong, and as usual, the more you practice, the easier things will become. You just have to be willing to be patient when things don’t work out the way you intend and know that you have nothing to be worried or anxious about.
You have no reason to stress when circumstances aren’t in your favor, and most of the time, the problems you experience are self-created from the beginning. What many of you don’t yet know is that you’re in control of all situations, and there’s nothing you can’t do if you’re willing to be a little patient as you do it.
Nothing will happen for you overnight, which is why so much focused practice and dedication are necessary, but as long as you stay focused and dedicated, you’ll hone your crafts (or your meditations) to a point you’re comfortable with; a point you can enjoy and flow with.
Dedication will always be an important aspect of your climb back into ever purer states of consciousness and awareness, so continue to stay devoted and be patient when you have trouble. Your dedication and patience will eventually pay off, and when they do, you’ll be glad you stuck with your creative and spiritual practices.
By Wes Annac, January 19, 2015