Observing Vision
By- Sitender Sehrawat

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Welcome, seekers!

This practice is best  in nature. Find a quiet spot where you can sit and gaze. You can keep your eyes open while sitting or lying down.

Take a few deep breaths to relax your body and mind. Let go of anything that holds you down, the stiffness in the body, the waves in your mind. Let them all go.

If you are lying down, look at the sky with curiosity. Notice the immediate sensations arising in your mind. Take a moment to contemplate those sensations.
Are you experiencing awe with the beautiful sky, or are there sensations of wonder in the Vastness of the sky? Whatever it is, meet the sensations as they are.
Did you notice that your mind and body are truly immersed in these sensations? None of the other sensory inputs are in contact with your Consciousness. Even if they are, your gaze is dominating them all.

Now, let your curiosity be a little more intent. You’re now contemplating this vision. Notice the colors and shapes of the clouds, if there are any.
Note that the vision and sensations are too closely knit. The moment you have a vision, immediately you have a sensation.
The goal of meditation is to slow down and contemplate each activity with clarity. 

– Slowly, let go of the curiosity and maintain a soft and relaxed gaze, allowing your awareness to expand to the horizon of your vision.
– If your mind begins to wander, gently bring your focus back to the present moment by returning to your breath.
– Spend a few minutes simply observing the visual sensations without judgment or attachment.

Let yourself immerse in the span of the moment.

Did you notice that gentle smile on your face? That’s the Joy of being in awe.

With love and gratitude!