Meditation1

Meditation is God-discovery. Meditation is self-mastery. Meditation is man’s Eternity’s progress-light in God. Meditation is God’s Infinity’s Satisfaction-Delight in man.

Meditation is for the Truth-seeker. Meditation is for the God-lover. God’s transcendental Vision-Eye blesses man the Truth-seeker. God’s universal Oneness-Heart embraces man the God-lover.

Yesterday’s meditation-message: “Realise God.” Today’s meditation-message: “Realise God, plus manifest God.” Tomorrow’s meditation-message: “Realise God, manifest God and, finally, become another God.”

My mind’s good meditation is the bankruptcy of my self-doubt and God-doubt. My heart’s better meditation is my vastness-fulfilment and my oneness-perfection. My soul’s best meditation is my life’s God-manifestation here on earth.

Before I meditate, I compel my reasoning mind to disappear. Before I meditate, I beg my loving God to appear.

After I meditate, I soulfully offer myself a new name: gratitude. After I meditate, God, out of His infinite Bounty, blesses me with a new and fruitful name: satisfaction.

Each time I meditate on God, He teaches me a new life-surrender-song. Each time God meditates on me, I offer Him a new gratitude-heart-song.

Earth meditates for man’s transformation. Heaven meditates for God’s Satisfaction. I meditate for my nature’s complete perfection. God meditates for the universal manifestation of His own Transcendental Consciousness and Transcendental Vision here on earth.


  1. EHWM 122. Brown University; Providence, RI, USA, 5 March 1989

Sri Chinmoy, The oneness of the Eastern heart and the Western mind, part 3.First published by Agni Press in 2004.

This is the 1480th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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