MSIA teaches the meditation and practical tools of Soul Transcendence. Through these techniques and meditation practice you can transcend the illusions and limitations of this world, move into the awareness and freedom of your Soul and awaken to the oneness of God.
How to Meditate:
Learning to meditate and experiencing the benefits meditation is actually very simple. For anyone wanting to learn the basics of meditation start here: “How to Meditate in 5 Simple Steps”.
Free Guided Meditations:
Guided meditations are a great way to explore your inner awareness and experience the different possibilities of meditation. Click here for our Free Guided Meditations.
The Meditation of Soul Transcendence Program:
This program is for people who are looking to learn a meditation practice that has a high spiritual focus. For both existing meditators and beginners. Coming soon.
What is Meditation?
Meditation has been used for many purposes – from calming and healing physical, emotional, and mental stress to experiencing higher levels of consciousness and achieving self-realization.
Many people think that to meditate, you must make your mind stop thinking, your emotions stop feeling, and your body still, that you must go blank. And you may have noticed that that’s a little difficult. Even when we sleep, it seems our minds keep on going.
Passive meditation works up to a certain point. You can sit for twenty minutes or for hours, and you might gain some relaxation of your mind, emotions and physical body. You may sense more calm and quiet inside simply by removing yourself from a lot of outer stimulation and demands. But you can sit with a good book, focusing on what you are reading, and have the same experience.
Another Dimension to Meditation
We teach another dimension to the meditative process, which changes it from a passive technique of emptying the mind to an active technique of directing the mind and emotions.
These 5 steps are a great introduction to meditation and form the basis of any meditation practice. Click here for the 5 simple steps of how to meditate.