Summary of Lesson 2:
- Natural Meditation is a specific form of meditation with a ten-step
- It has no cultural forms. So, it looks and feels natural and
fits into a variety of settings.
- Meditation is "fueled" by an expansive, happiness-seeking force at work in
all we do.
- But, it still requires some carefully arranged specific actions on our part to
help us allow nature's process to flow.
- Natural Meditation employs the gentle recalling of a word-thought, called
a mantra, chosen from English or your native language.
- The method, not the mantra, is the key. If you try to concentrate, you will
miss the target. Because concentration keeps you in the driver seat, it
prevents expansion of consciousness.
You now have completed the basic introductory information that
prepares you to begin sitting in Natural Meditation. The next lesson
is dedicated solely to "hands-on" practice.
There are several preparations that you must make to have a good experience
in Lesson 3. You can do these at any time before Lesson 3.