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Open Your Awareness

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

You can do a similar type of concentration throughout your day by deciding to catch yourself in negative thinking and replace the negative thoughts with some kind of positive affirmation. This is particularly useful, for instance, when you are trying to heal some physical condition. Your concentration throughout the day may be to deliberately turn your thought away from the pain (or away from the appearance) every time it enters you mind. Such a discipline does wonders to eliminate something that has gained momentum in your life solely because of your attention to it.

You can also do the same type of meditation described above without concentrating on anything in particular. Your simple intent of wanting to open to the awareness of your Silent Master and to experience its light, peace, and silence is a refreshing and energizing meditation.

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Concentrate

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5. As you concentrate, you will probably notice that additional thoughts break in sometimes aggressively and you may even find at some point you have abandoned your concept altogether. This is the undisciplined mind in action. It can be really clever in taking you away from your concentration and sending you running down another track.

6. When you find additional thoughts breaking in, or if you find you have abandoned your concentration, do not resist or fight. Have a posture of letting go and quietly, but firmly, returning to the focus of your concentration. As you continue to do this, eventually your mind “learns” not to interrupt your concentration. But you may need considerable practice periods to gain the mastery you desire.

Always state your concentrations in positive terms. Never concentrate on “I am not poor;” say instead, “I am abundantly supplied.” When you state things in the negative, you’re actually concentrating on the negative!

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Energize the Concept

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

4. Choose a thought you wish to propel into manifestation such as, The solution to this problem is here now and appears to me in the right way at the right time or I have all the money I need to abundantly meet my expenses. As you mentally say these words, allow a feeling of peace and acceptance to energize the concept.  Even though the concept hasn’t taken form yet, you describe the finished form of that desire and don’t worry about how the details of getting there will manifest. You may find you can slip back and forth between the words and the feeling that accompanies your words, focusing on one or the other without losing the concept.  (Continued…)

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Develop your powers of concentration

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

Here is a simple meditation process you can try to test or develop your powers of concentration.

1. Sit with your legs crossed and your hands at your side, or in your lap.

2. For a few minutes, time your breathing so that you inhale for a count of 6 and exhale for a count of six. This is, in itself, a form of concentration, and as a result your breathing will automatically slow down. As your breathing slows, inhale and exhale for longer counts.

3. When you feel calm and relaxed, take your mind off your breathing and allow yourself to breathe normally as your body desires.  (Continued…)

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Concentration requires quietude

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

Concentration requires quietude, perseverance, and self control. It is a process which can be carried out in formal meditation, and also a process that you carry out every day in all kinds of little ways. (This is covered in Chapter Six.)

Concentration is a discipline. As you discipline your mind through concentration, your mind becomes like a student. You help your mind learn to focus only on what you desire to create, not to bubble and cook in a stew of unwanted self destructive thoughts.

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Concentration does not come easily

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

Concentration means that you will mentally focus on something an idea, a feeling, a concept and eliminate everything else from your mental environment. Concentration does not come easily to the modern mind which has been over stimulated by the constant, aggressive sights and sounds of the media. Television alone has done a lot to turn us into couch potatoes, teaching us to be passive victims of outside stimulation. You must become able to shut out outside stimulation and turn within. It takes full attention to concentrate properly, and you may have to train yourself before you can do it well.

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The basic rule is this…

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

The basic rule is this: whatever you concentrate on and visualize, you propel into manifestation. As we said, your thoughts are creative energy. Concentration and visualization are ways of using this consciousness to focus on and energize a desired goal.

 

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Concentration Focuses Energy

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

 

Concentration Focuses Energy

Both concentration and visualization are forms of meditation. They both promote purity because they require that you narrow your focus. Why would you want to do that? Because a sharp, narrow focus helps you separate what you don’t want from what you do want.

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Concentration and Visualization

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

Since your Silent Master consciousness is perfect purity, you won’t be working to make yourself pure. You will be working to eliminate the thoughts and emotions which are impure from your mind and environment. You will be taking away what isn’t you in order to leave what is you shining forth.

How will you do this? Two very important mental tools to use are concentration and visualization. We will study these concepts, as well as other specific ways you can purify your mental and emotional energy.

 

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Clean Your Environment

Here is an excerpt from my book, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within:

Your mind is the environment in which your ideas, thoughts and emotions reside. As with any environment, the goal is to make it as clean and pure as possible. I often find that people treat their cars better than their mind and body. Their car at least gets regular tune ups, good gas, careful washing and cleaning. But the quality of their minds their thoughts and feelings don’t get any attention at all!

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