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What is the life force in term of meditation?

Asked by HARI DESAI, 10 Aug '08 08:17 am
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This entire Universe is flooded with life force. It is like an
ocean of life. However, the priciple of magnetism applies here in full
measure. As one magnet influences another magnet coming in its
field of force, similarly the lines of force of life are present in all living
(and non-living) beings. Therefore, when two humans, a human and
an animal or human and a bird come within the field of force of the
other, their magnetism, the aura get modified. It either increases or
decreases or gets altered in some other way. Though this process
takes place in various ways, its visible impact depends on the power,
the life - force of these objects. Mostly, the changes in life force
become apparent if the two living beings come within a meter or so
(three and a half feet) of each other. In these cases, the life energy
seems to flow from the higher potential to the lower potential,
following an obvious law of physics. The object with higher life force
seems to give it away to the o ...more
Answered by JAYANTILAL PATEL, 10 Aug '08 08:36 am

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By meditation you are trying go into your inner self and to the extent you go deep, you are benefitted with energy.
Answered by sankaran subbiah, 10 Aug '08 08:23 am

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The object of meditation is God our Creator, who has revealed Himself.

It is written: Think about things that are true, honest, right, clean and pure, things that are lovely, and things that are good to talk about. If they are good, and if they bring praise to God, think about these things.

Things that are true include Gods word. In this book we will think about God, His nature, who He is like, His teaching, and what the future holds for us based on His word. We will also find out how we may enjoy Him from now on endlessly.

The chief purpose of man
According to the Westminster Catechism, "The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever."

It is possible for us to know our great God and glorify Him. This book is written so that we may know this God personally and enjoy Him forever as His people do.

Since the year 2000, I have realised that this one life on earth is not enough to serve our great God.

Gods greatness may be unders ...more
Answered by Tell AllPeople, 10 Aug '08 05:51 pm

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