Thought Power-II


  • Always have a higher purpose and goal in life.
  • To achieve that higher purpose, have great thought power.
  • And to have great thought power, be in control of your senses and the mind.
  • To control your senses and the mind- meditate more and more.

 When our thoughts are concentrated, attuned with Divine Gurus and surcharged with god’s power, one can do impossible things for the sake of spiritual welfare of others. For this one must raise one’s consciousness, bring the senses in control and focus the mind completely to empower it with full force.

When the mind is surcharged, powerful thoughts of the highest good of oneself and for others should be sent in the Universe.

After meditation, leave and disperse thoughts of someone’s spiritual progress as well as evolution and pray to God that their souls may be redeemed. God’s Grace is received with such selfless acts and the gurus respond by telling us how this purpose can be achieved. In this manner a few more souls are empowered, emancipated and enlightened thus making our Universe more peaceful, harmonious and enlightened.

 One outstanding example of a dynamic thought.

At the end of the war of Mahabharat, Yudhisthir performed the ‘tarpana’ ritual for the souls of the departed. Although the Pandava emerged victorious, Draupadi was remorse and dejected as she had lost all her sons in the war. Unable to bear her personal loss, she wailed unceasingly. After remaining poignant and cheerless, a noble thought rose in her mind. She decided to perform a ‘havan’ or fire sacrifice and ‘pooja’, and to worship the deities  for forgiveness after consulting her  protector, friend and guru-Lord Krishna. She conducted a very big ‘havan’ in a desert to also pray to Mother Earth and the Universal Lord with rishi Ved Vyasa by her side. She sincerely prayed that although her own children were no more alive, but the future generations of God’s children yet to come must have a long life and they must live in a world of abundant love and peace!


Morning meditation 10.03.11.

Meditation is a unique mental activity since it involves an individual’s mind which  connects to the Universal Power thereby making it capable to receive those unlimited powers directly and in return enhancing one’s own individual powers.

A meditation technique for the beginners and advanced seekers alike.

  • Sit in a comfortable position in a quiet zone with your eyes closed and back upright.
  • Rest your hands on the knees with your palms turned upward.
  • Take a few deep breaths until you feel relaxed.
  • After sometime bring your attention to your eyes and remain there.
  • Lift your attention from your eyes and bring it in between your eyebrows.
  • Visualize a small lamp at this spot with a flame.
  • After a while visualize that there is just the flame lit at that place. Focus on the flame.
  • Remain in that position as long as you are able to.
  • Now visualize entering the flame.
  • You will only see yellow Light in your vision.
  • At this juncture, repeat a positive affirmation for your self for your own higher good or affirm for others or do both.
  • The limitless powers of the Universal Energy will start entering you, receive them without any restriction.
  • Remain in this position as long as you can.
  • Sit in silence for some more time so as to absorb the divine rays.
  • Benefit from the calmness and tranquility.
  • During the active day, recall this experience and revisit the positive feelings over and over again.
  • Practice this morning and evening/night till you see the good results.

5 Responses to Thought Power-II

  1. Stewart Benson says:

    thank you for the wonderfully lucid inspiration/instruction
    Stewart Benson

    • spiritinlife says:

      Hope you have used the meditation technique listed in the post and benefitted in your daily practice. Thank you.

  2. Shahid says:

    Thank you so much for the meditation technique here Sarikaji.

    Many people use specific musical tracks like binaural beats, Solfeggio
    frequencies etc to help in falling into a deep meditative state since this music changes the brain waves. Have you used them ever and do you recommend them ? Can one meditate with music too and get into higher states of consciousness?
    I do use music when i start and then later on switch it off to enjoy the silence. I also do a guided audio meditation with my eyes closed.
    I was wondering if i am being too dependent on these audios and if i should discard them .

    In future if possible it would be great to have a guided audio meditation in your voice, with Beloved Babaji’s direction and blessings in this audio.

  3. spiritinlife says:

    Shahid, we can use music to enhance our moods, tranquilize the mind and soothe the nerves. Good music with right high frequency notes can invoke some centres in brain that are conducive in harmonising all the energy centres. Some slow paced ragas have the ability to take you to higher states of meditatve moods without any doubt.
    No harm in using it at all, but do not fall into the habit and then fuss about its non availibility at some point of time. We should use music to pick up and then when you reach a certain point of high level, you will not need any starters and push points. But in the beginning, one should avail everything. Music of jaap or mantras have double edged purposes-cleansing and meditation, you can try them also.
    After you reach a high point, remove the music and stay there in silence as long as it is possible. For intense knowledge state, we should be remaining in this state as long as we can prolong. After being in that meditative state and silence come all the depths of knowledge……
    Wait for the time at your development stage, when we will need nothing…….it will be just you and your Soul…………
    Will come back to you regarding creating videos soon.

  4. Resham says:

    Ma, Is this the technique to commune with the Great Masters?

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