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Experience God Within

Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj

God is in every grain of sand in the desert. God is in every particle of creation. God is in the fish. God is in the reptiles. God is in the animals. God is in every human being.

God is love. When we recognize God everywhere, we are recognizing the power of divine love. Meditation is merely changing our vision from blindness of God to vision of God. God is all around us every moment. God is pulsating with us. God is closer to us than our jugular vein.

Meditation helps us experience that. We may feel we are putting in a great deal of time meditating but have not yet seen God. It is only because we are not really meditating. We are thinking. We are evaluating. We are judging. We are sitting and thinking, 鈥淥, God is not coming, God is not coming.鈥 That is not meditating; rather, that is thinking. If we truly want to find God, we need to still our thoughts. We merely need to gaze within. We need to still our body and mind to experience it. Any thoughts of evaluation, judging, or clutching will keep us from the experience.

A helpful factor while meditating is to sit lovingly as if waiting for God to come. This is the attitude we should have when we wait for God to come. There should be love in our heart. We should have anticipation but without anxiety or clutching. We should sit at the door lovingly and await God鈥檚 arrival.听听

In this closing video clip (00:59), Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj explains we each can experience God when we still our body and mind.

 

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