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Why to Meditate ?

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Monday 5 November 2018, by Matthieu Giroux


It’s scientifically proven. Our unconscious speaks to us and gives us ideas. Our unconscious is the part of our mind that thinks without telling us alone. Thus, when our mind rests, the unconscious thinks and then tells us, according to and for our truth’s research.

First of all, the mind must be rested, in order to use its unconscious. Indeed, the world of the early 21st century is full of transgressions, leading to short-way desire. This short-way desire turns our mind into a circle, instead of being in a dynamic transformation, according to the truth’s research. It has been scientifically established that the mind’s disorders are due to the mind’s blockage, blocked to turn around in a certain way. An unconscious mind, which cannot think for us, prevents us from binding. Thus seemingly unthinkable information ends up being accepted, because it is repeated, because we do not think. There is a correlation between psychic disorders and television’s goal in 2015.

Knowing that it is not a question about going round into a circle, it is therefore about creating objectives, in order to move towards the long way, in order to link again in one’s spirit. It is, then, to go against that our unconscious tells us as explicit and false, to replace it with that is implicit and true. Religions speak of the evil spirit, evil which dictates lies to us. It is the unconscious that has accepted things that he knew were watered down, but that he has accepted because repeated or aggressive.

A mind, stuck to the same ideas, could stop oneself from sleeping. Physical activity helps you sleeping better. The piano, which can be learned with a simple manual, allows to create a set of links in the mind, which will redirect this standoff to other areas of memory. Meditating, after having played, will allow to play the piano in his mind, without music, or rather with one’s mind’s music. This will solve a lot of psychic problems. Also it will clear from the "roundabout" of the television. Our unconscious will be better activated, thanks to resting. We’ll be sociable. We’ll want to adapt to others.

Meditation is not just about finding an idea, to be satisfied with it. Some scientists or religious people should say, "an idea is so simple !". Indeed, meditation has different objectives. Meditation and dialogue link faith with reason. Faith is the act to trust someone morally. The reason is to anticipate a reality clearly. As soon as we think that we are going to lose faith, it is possible that our reason losts, just as the one who has lost reason ends up losing faith. Then we are filled with doubt. He asks to make choices. We can choose wrong and reverse our decision. In this case it is not necessary to choose the easiest way but to use our truth’s research. It is therefore essential that faith and reason be united, through dialogue, scientific questioning and meditation.

The first goal of meditation is to adapt our mind to our environment. This is the short-way vision of meditation. While preparing our mind through the link, we can attribute one or more scientific and human solutions to any problem. In this way, we are increasingly seeking to solve problems, which is that we are meant to do. It can lead us to new passions, to new talents.

The second objective is not to prepare to find an idea, so scientifically to use a neuron. It is about linking a set of neurons, in order to be able to propose several choices or solutions, to the one who should not accept a single solution. It will also be about finding a way to convince, through dialogue and scientific philosophy. It will also be about dealing with emotions, with poetry and writing. Finally, it will be necessary to have got physical activity, so that the neurons are well irrigated, united by blood flows. Many have this need to vent, so that their minds are as complete as possible.

The third objective is, after the first two, to listen to the one who organizes the universe with life and our mind. To understand God, we need to take risks that favour human beings and nature. With meditation, it is therefore about taking calculated risks, in order to acquire lasting rights, also for oneself. Those who ask a lot get what they need.

When our mind is sufficiently adapted to the human environment, it can anticipate what will happen. Meditation also allows us to embrace human society. Thus, it anticipates communism and liberalism, Lucie showed the Secrets of Fatima. These secrets anticipate so much about the human, that they indicate choices to be made against the expected falls of communism and liberalism. Others will tell you about the card player, who actually wins without cheating, although everyone believes otherwise.

The fourth objective, according to religion, after this necessity to create links in the mind, is above all to rediscover the bond between the mind, the soul, and material. Our truth’s research will actually allow us to create our talent, or to perfect it. But we are highly dependent on our environment. Our relational mind needs objects to understand itself. We are creative by our reason too. It is about helping this reason with certain objects.

A passionate mind can be built to anticipate, or circumvent events, more or less long and regular, expected or feared. We then grow to adapt our mind to anticipate events, the most feared. If these events are not resolved, then wanting as every child the power, therefore the power to solve the crucial problems for us, we create power ersatz. These events will be resolved through scientific meditation and dialogue, above all with human. We can only meditate on these events with forgiveness and calm. If these events are resolved, our unconscious will prompt us to anticipate other events. Our mind will grow fast.

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Meditation and dialogue
Radio Fidelity Mayenne
Solidarity and progress

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When your mind is calm, after a physical exercise or after talking, before sleeping, meditate while resting. Links or ideas come...


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