Ways and Means of Creative Meditation

‘The soul serves essentially as a quality, which manifests itself as a specific vibration, and not as a particular task.’

Sergio Bartoli

Creative meditation is a transformative spiritual practise which may appeal to those who are turning their thoughts to the deeper aspects of life and seeking the Wisdom Teachings within which to help themselves and all fellow human beings.

There are many types of meditation. Meditation is an ancient spiritual practise. We are invited to think of spiritual as everything which tends towards understanding, towards kindness, towards that which is productive of beauty and which can lead each of us to a fuller expression of our divine potentialities.

By practicing regularly this ancient spiritual discipline we come to realise experientially that the process of thinking is a creative act that can be cultivated. When we meditate on the laws of the larger Life, we recognise that these great themes of right human relations, good will, group endeavour, unanimity, spiritual approach and essential divinity, enable us to join on inner levels with others working with the same purpose of service.

All know the added power of concerted group action and the realisation that we are part of a great meditating, subjectively building group counteracts any tendency of the isolated individual to feel ineffective or become the victim of anxiety, negativity or even despair. Any sense of isolation is artificial because we all participate consciously or unconsciously, willingly or unwillingly in the life of the whole of humanity, and even more so in the Life of the Planet.

You are not a human being in search of a spiritual experience. You are a spiritual being immersed in a human experience.’

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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