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The scientific aspect of concentration (meditation)

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Helmar
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When we combine our intellect with our desire (or wish) and our imagination, we are meditating. Full stop. The focus of our attention on one particular topic for a prolonged period of time is what we call meditation.

Interesting in this regard is the scientific side of it. When we meditate, we are entering a state of relaxation where the so-called Alpha brain waves are becoming dominant. The major frequency is 7.83hz, so 7.83 undulations per second. The same number is also the main frequency of the so-called Schumann Frequency. This is a standing wave within the cavity (space) between the Earth's crust and the Ionosphere. It is created by Lightning and literally engulfs the Earth.

What happens when we meditate is this: we become part of a resonant system. A system exists because it is much easier to transfer information if a certain homogenity exists. Individual units are giving up their differences and "agree" on one mode of operation. This way a huge amount of information can be transferred with very little energetic effort. And this is exactly what happens when we meditate. We quite literally plug ourselves into a much larger system. We open the tap to the Universal. In meditation we have intuitive access to a much larger body of information, compared to our waking state of consciousness ("beta") when the conscious mind is operating.

Let's remember that it's not the task of the conscious mind to process such large amounts of information. Its task is to differentiate and large amounts of info have the habit of confusing the mind. This is why we go into silence, still the mind, and allow ourselves to be inspired and to be intuitively informed.

I hope this shed some light on why we meditate, what is happening when we do it, and that this esoteric practice has a sound scientific basis.


   
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