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Metaphysical Meditation 1952 Edition
Most people want to meditate but do not know how to do so. The purpose of meditation is to know God — to connect the little joy of the soul with the vast joy of the Spirit — by disciplining body, mind, and soul.
Meditation is not the same as concentration. Concentration consists in freeing the attention from objects of distraction and focusing it on one thing at a time. Meditation is that special form of concentration in which the attention has been liberated from restlessness, and is focused on God. A man may concentrate on divinity or on money, but he does not meditate on money or any material thing. Meditation is focused only on God or sacred thoughts and ideas.
Meditation consists in certain physical, psychological, and metaphysical processes — by which the static of restlessness can be removed from the body, mind, and soul radios, which can then be tuned in with the Infinite.
All forms of meditation involve the one who meditates, the process of meditation, and the object of the meditation. By calm, continuous, one pointed attention the ego must be kept connected to the Spirit until they both become merged into everlasting bliss.
The meditator must know a definite method of meditation, and have a definite spiritual thought or experience to meditate on.
In this book I am giving some concrete metaphysical methods of meditation, for the student who has already struggled through the mobs of rowdy thoughts and crossed the portals of silence. The instructions will be found in the various sections of the book preceding each group of meditation.
The meditations given are of three types: prayers or demands addressed to God, affirmations about God, and those spoken to the individual consciousness. Select one that meets your need and speak each word slowly and purposefully until you become absorbed in its inner meaning.