Spirituality and meditation

Our body and soul need upkeep just like our cars do.

We get reminded of this from time to time when we do not take care of ourselves. A kind of physical spiral in our bodies will let us know that something is not right. But what happens when our physical bodies show no signs of damage, yet we do not achieve that sense of well-being, fulfillment and pure happiness?

The remedy is not necessarily success or money.

Those are all external factors and will not bring us a sense of well-being, well maybe temporarily, but not deep within. In fact, they may rather have a negative effect. So, is there something out there that will give us a sense of peace and balance? Yes, there is: it’s spirituality.

The spiritual benefits of meditation do not necessarily require a belief in “God” per say.

But this “divine intelligence/creator/Universe” is very powerful, and it can change your life. The invisible (non-physical) space within us is the essential part of the understanding. When we recognize our own infinity, we have the gift. The soul cannot exist fully without this infinite light within, a space of interiority, an invisible and infinite intelligence.

To achieve this spiritual awakening, a form of prayer or, of course, meditation, works very well when done often and with a purpose.

Scientists have proven many times over that meditation serves as a focusing tool for the brain, connecting the neurons together to help you solve problems and be more focused on a good life. Very often the greatest source of inspiration and creativity comes when we spend time doing nothing, just sitting and be in the present moment. Once we can achieve this sense of stability, the occasional storms of life are only a passing through. It is the path to take to gain a happy life. It is simple and effective and does wonder for the whole body and soul. I encourage anybody and everybody to try meditation. It has changed my life and it can change yours.


8 thoughts on “Spirituality and meditation”

  1. Thank you for you post on Spirituality and meditation, I have been in a rut lately, and while I have practiced meditation in the past, i some how lost that in my life.
    I think it is high time I find that part of me again. I had never heard of the Zen Healing Meditation before, but I am going to take a closer look!

    I am very happy I came upon your site Thanks!

    • Hi Brendon, I am happy that you found my site and it has inspired you to get back to meditation.  I can vouch for the fact that my daily meditations has brought me a lot of good things in my life, it has actually turned things around in a very positive way for me and my website is a way of sharing that with others.  Thank you for your positive comment.  Namaste

  2. What a positive post. I have recently got into mindfulness and meditation – even just five minutes a day can make a difference. I practice yoga as well which sits nicely alongside meditation. I agree, taking time out from our busy schedules is essential to our well-being. I love the quote by Denis Waitley at the bottom. Very inspiring 🙂

    • Hi Louise, I am very grateful that you have been inspired by my post. Meditation is part of my daily life now, and the more I meditate, the more I want to meditate. It brings me such peace and positive vibrations that I cannot go a day without it. If my busy schedule makes me miss my day meditation, I always make certain to meditate just before going to sleep, and I sleep like a baby for 6 or 7 hours straight. Thank you for your very positive comment and may the universe bring you peace and prosperity. 🙂



  3. Nice article and so true. I’ve meditated in the past and presently am daily listening to a healing hypnosis video to speed up healing. I look forward to seeing more of your site. I felt that there was no time to meditate but now, recovering from injuries in both shoulders, it’s my favorite time..like going into a healing chamber. I’ve decided to always keep this time and let something else wait..thanks..I’ll be back to see your posts, etc.

    • Thanks for the positive comment Pete. Yes sometime life gets in the way and it is hard to find time to meditate. When that happens I usually do a short 12 minutes meditation, and I’m back in the “zone”, which is my favorite state of being. And yes if you put aside some unimportant task and do your meditation, you’ll benefit for sure. Have a great day and stay happy 🙂

  4. Hello here, I like your explanation about importance of meditation. I guess that it is your point of view, how you experience meditation.
    I think that everybody benefits from this ancient technique. Somebody told that when he skips meditation he feels in the same way when he miss shower. Maybe it is an exaggeration but meditation is a powerful tool.
    It lets to calm thoughts and see events, problems from broader perspective. It does not cost anything.
    Meditation helps achieve goals because we can think clearer. We can become better as persons because we learn to think before acting.
    During meditation we can connect with our inner world and find peace here.
    All the best spreading message about this miraculous technique. Nemira.

    • Hello Nemira,

      Thank you for your comment. I really can relate about the fact that you said about skipping a meditation is like skipping a shower. Let me tell you that I feel the same way, when I miss a daily meditation, my day is off, its not the same. There’s a piece of the puzzle missing and it’s not quite right. Meditation is a powerful method of self knowledge and appreciation. It’s also a very good way to find peace within ourselves like you say in your comment. I recommend anybody and everybody to try it for themselves. Have a wonderful day. 🙂


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