First ask yourself why you want to meditate? Is it to feel more balanced, to reach a higher level of consciousness or even just go astral traveling?
Meditation is that perfect state of being where we are here, but not here. We are in the body, but out of the body. It’s when we get the best of both worlds, experiencing everything and nothingness all at the same time.
There are so many journeys to take on the causal and astral level that are beyond the limits of this body and mind. Once we start to practice and make a spiritual lifestyle a part of our morning routine and live by these principals, life suddenly goes from 3D into 4-5 and 6D. It brings on euphoric energy and more enthusiasm than we ever thought possible.
As we live our day-to-day lives, we can only live through our body and mind’s limitations and what our capabilities are. Sure we can push our boundaries and try to do bigger things but it still has a limit. When we meditate and do all the other spiritual practices that go with it, we gradually move beyond any boundaries and limitations and have an endless inner universe to explore and get lost in. This universe, like the outer one, is endless and without beginning. The only difference between the two is that we can’t travel far into the outer one while the inner is an endless journey with endless experiences.
This is what it is like when we leave the gross level behind and move more into the lighter and higher realm. Things are more ethereal and consciousness is purer. Our focus becomes more spiritual as we are less interested in the material.
So maybe start to look into a practice that is waiting for you, which will be your companion and guide you into unknown places where your soul has been waiting to take you.
Yogi Cameron left the world of high fashion as a supermodel to pursue an ongoing study of Ayurveda and Yoga. He has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Today Show, Extra, E! Entertainment, and Martha, amongst others. The Guru in You, his first book, was published by HarperCollins in 2011 and his follow-up book The One Plan was published in 2013. Yogi has brought Yoga and meditation in Afghanistan as part of the reintegration program to prepare the country for troop withdrawal and has worked with young girls rescued from sex trafficking practices in Cambodia in coordination with the Somaly Mam Foundation. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook and his website.