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Singularity Meditation | alchemy of turning ordinary into sacred

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This is a meditation to achieve a mental state which is singular. Sufi mystics and Zen masters both have such spiritual goal ingrained into their traditions. ancient warriors also arrived consciously to this state before they went into battle, ritualistically accepting their impending death so they could function unencumbered by fear.

(( .method. ))
close your eyes. turn inward.

inhale deeply.
be mindful to what are you inhaling.
you are inhaling not only air but also the Spirit of Light
that encompasses everything;
spanning from eternity to eternity, from infinity to infinity.

with closed eyes
internally concentrate on the breathing
and shift your focus to your heart area
where the heart chakra is.

you can focus in the middle of your forehead.
this is the seat of soul
where singularity consciousness appear.

now say with your whole being,
Hu Allahu Ahad.

allow your 'self' to disappear.
be free.
know that your soul is always free,
absolutely free.

be free from your mind.
free of doubts and limits.

become free to focus
on nothing but Singularity.

now say:
(pronounced as bismillah)

and slowly turn outward
with a deep inhale and exhale, slowly open your eyes
and engage what you need to be engaged with.

( .awareness. )
this meditation can be done before starting any action. before engaging into any work to bring the singularity awareness into what we do. every action then becomes sacred action. its an effort and intention of stepping from limited to limitless flow of energy field. it is also an initiation. an alchemy of turning ordinary work to sacred work.

the sufi wazifa associated with this meditation is Al-Ahad, The Grand Singular. Echad in Old Testament language. bring the awareness of the Grand Singularity, the Sacred Oneness in the heart while stepping into singularity meditation. Allahu Ahad is a Quranic key upon which its commanded to meditate. Quran says, Qul Huwa Allahu Ahad. translates as, Say the Divine is One. (112:1)

in arabic, Bis.mi.Llah literally translates as, In the Name of God. sounds simple, yet it holds the mystic key: the divine consciousness. it's the alchemy that turns any ordinary action into sacred.

many enlightened sufis simply using this seemingly ordinary statement, fusing with higher consciousness, performed extra ordinary miracles including powerful healing. many of them still do in our time. may it also be your mantra to heal yourself and to bring healing to everything you do.



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Technology of the Heart: Singularity Meditation | alchemy of turning ordinary into sacred
Singularity Meditation | alchemy of turning ordinary into sacred
Technology of the Heart
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