Click above to watch the free video “What Is Meditation? Are John’s Meetings a Form of Meditation?”.
Meditation requires a still body and mind, while ‘opening and softening in the heart’ brings awareness deeper in any circumstance. In meditation, the self is the frame of reference. In meetings, the frame of reference is the being.
The video “What Is Meditation? Are John’s Meetings A Form Of Meditation?” is part 9 of 11 from an interview with John de Ruiter in Netanya, Israel.
Excerpt from this video:
Q: So it’s like when you’re doing some form of meditation, you are acting from your self on your self?
John: The frame of reference is one’s self. To meditate you quieten your self, you quieten your body.
You make your self still, your thinking still, your body still, you make everything still.
So it’s, using what isn’t like your being, using your self, slowing everything down of your self until you are like your being, so the frame of reference is not your being, the frame of reference is your self. So you become still to find thatnurture instead of relating directly to that nurture without having a focus or a frame of reference to your self where you need to quieten your self or make your body still.
So the patterning within that is that you cannot be stillness, you cannot be like your own being, without stilling your self and stilling quietening your body.
Q: So you, you are still dependent on your self to be quiet, this is –
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