Does Silence Speak???

May 11, 2017

We are going to discuss following points: 1. Does silence speak louder than words? 2. What is stillness? 3. Can you tell me something more about silence? 4. Do you know YOU? 5. Are YOU your thoughts and emotions? 6. Awareness is basis of change and growth. 7. The silent mind is the state of manifestation. 8. The egoistic mind 9. What to do about this ego? 10. Past, future and the NOW 11. What is living in the present moment? 12. How to be in the moment? 13. How to meditate for stillness and silence? 1. Does silence speak louder than words? • The two ladies: Imagine two ladies sitting in a waiting room. One reading a book and the otherknitting a sweater. There is silence in the room. Are they still communicating? Yes; of course. They are speaking through their body language: their body postures, movement of the hands, facial expressions, breathing and emotional and mental thought patterns. • The pressure of silence: Ask a question or propose a deal and keep quiet. You create pressure of silence. It is compelling silence. • Silence speaks for itself; not through words but through experience. The experience of silence is an exhilarating experience worth repeating, again and again. Imagine some of the following situations. What messages do you give by remaining silent or not responding? • You are invited for dinner by your friends but you are silent. • Yo

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April 10, 2017

Following aspects of the energy centers were discussed: • What are energy centers? • Are energy centers real? • What is wisdom of the energy centers? • Where are they located? • How do they move and how do they look like? • What is aura? • How do the energy centers influence mind, body and soul? • Can the energy centers and aura be seen? • What is energizing, healing and cleansing of the energy centers? The energy centers in human body are vital for our being. These centers deal and control everything about us including wealth, manifestation, sexuality, self-esteem, relationships, self-expression, intuition and spirituality. There are seven energy centers in the body and five out of body called the spiritual centers. Why should we know about the energy centers? Knowing about these is important because we are a form of energy and these are centers of energy controlling all energetic issues; positive or negative. Activating the energy centers balances and harmonizes the energy systems in us; vital for our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. We are spiritual beings first and then physical beings. Cleansing, balancing, energizing and harmonizing the energy centers are the way to spirituality. Brief functions of each energy center: All energy centers vibrate and spin clock wise, have a color, location and are connected with some parts of our physical

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April 4, 2017

We are going to discuss the following points:

  • What is thought?
  • Why we think what we think?
  • What is Law of Focus?
  • What is the structure of thought and experience?
  • What is positive thinking?
  • What are barriers to positive thinking?
  • How to cultivate positive thinking?
  • What is OMW and how can it help us to be positive?

What is thought? Thought is a form of energy. The energy can be positive or negative. It is not about good or bad thought. Every thought form has consequences. Negative thought energy is heavy and saps energy. Positive thought energy is light and boosts energy. We have about 50,000 to 60,000 thoughts a day. We have a choice to focus on what we want. Why we think what we think? A thought is triggered by our beliefs. Beliefs are created by our experiences and perceptions. We create a map of the world through our sensory perceptions. The realty for us then is what we see through the map and not what the reality is. If we change the quality of the map our reality changes and so do our thought forms. What is Law of Focus? Our focus creates the road map of our life. It is not about thoughts being good or bad; it is about focus. Negative thoughts ar

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January 30, 2017

Gratitude is single most important attitude of mind that contributes to satisfaction and happiness. What is gratitude? Well, it is being thankful and grateful and accepting ‘what is’. Saying thanks to the creator, to fellow beings and just about everything. Be thankful for whatever you have. When you show gratitude and are thankful for your health, relationships, the material assets, your body parts and your senses, you send positive vibrations in the universe and start attracting more of what you are grateful for. This is the law of universe. Does that mean you don’t have to work hard, ask for more and more progress in life? It does not mean that. It means you move in life with grateful attitude. You start living in the present moment and with least effort you achieve more. Living in the present moment with an attitude of gratitude is the biggest favor we can do ourselves. I invite you to show gratitude from all your heart and mind for one day from morning till night and feel the feeling of happiness. I am sure you will start loving this attitude and make it a habit to experience more and more of it for happiness is hidden in it.

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October 7, 2016

                  Our entire thinking and behavior depends on your state of mind. Whatever you imagine and feel most of the time creates corresponding vibrations in the external world and that is what we manifest.

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March 9, 2016

Following aspects of the energy centres were discussed:

  • What are energy centres?
  • Are energy centres real?
  • What is wisdom of the energy centres?
  • Where are they located?
  • How do they move and how do they look like?
  • What is aura?
  • How do the energy centres influence mind, body and soul?
  • Can the energy centres and aura be seen?
  • What is energizing, healing and cleansing of the energy centres?

The energy centres in human body are vital for our being. These centres deal and control everything about us including wealth, manifestation, sexualityself-esteem,relationshipsself-expressionintuition and spirituality. There are seven energy centres in the body and five out of body called the spiritual centres. Why should we know about the energy centres? Knowing about these is important because we are a form of energy and these are centres of energy controlling all energetic issues; positive or negative. Activating the energy centres balances and harmonizes the energy systems in us; vital for our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. We are spiritual beings first and then physical

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May 29, 2014

A meditation session was held on 24th Sept 2013. We discussed:

  • What is motivation?
  • Isn’t all motivation intrinsic?
  • What factors motivate us?
  • Map of the world – the structure of the map is based on the VAK. VAK stands for Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic. We make pictures in our mind, talk to ourselves and create feelings. That is why we do what we do. The structure of Map can be motivating or demotivating. That depends on the quality of the map.
  • · Behind VAK are thought patterns. Thought patterns are based on our beliefs. Beliefs about ourselves, others, environments and our perceptions about things.
  • · The quality of the Map determines the quality of our thoughts and actions. If we want to improve ourselves then we should improve the quality of the Map.

·How do we improve the quality of the Map? It is easy. Change the VAK: Change the quality of internal pictures, the self-dialogue and the feelings. How do we do that? Again, it is simple. Replace one with the other. · Awareness: you cannot change anything unless you become aware of what is going on. So —- be aware of the VAK and change and keep changing. · Change focus – change reality: reality is relative, keeps changing and is directly related to what we focus on at any point in time. The key word here is the FOCUS. Focus is the other name

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May 15, 2014

Free Meditation held on 10th March 2015. Lots of people showed interest and enthusiasm about learning more and more. House was full. Following topics came under discussion:

  • What is happiness? Are you happy? What makes you happy? What makes you unhappy? Let us think.
  • What is Happiness? Happiness can be defined in many ways. I will share two definitions with you:“Happiness is a combination of meaning and pleasure” OR “Happiness is the matching of your wants and needs according to your Map of the World”
  • The emphasis was on “How to be happy?”

 

  • Love and accept yourself as you are: Loving and accepting yourself is the basis of happiness. Can you love others and make others happy if you do not love yourself? Can you be happy if you do not love yourself?
  • Change your life or map of the world or both: It is all about the map of the world; that we have in mind. It does not matter what the reality is. What matters is how we see the world through our map. We have a choice to either change the quality of the map or change our life or change both. Can we not?  
  • Can money buy happiness? Yes, why not. Won’t you be happy being paid well, driving a good car, living in a nice home, your chi

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April 29, 2014

……………….FREE MEDITATION………….   TUESDAY 3RD FEBRUARY 2015. SEATING 5:30 PM. MEDITATION STARTS 6PM. 196-A, STR 5, ABID MAJEED RD, CMA COLONY, and LHR CANTT.    IMTIAZ MEHMUD    0306-6661919

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April 23, 2014

            We discussed the following:

  • Brief History of Emotional Intelligence
  • What is EQ?
  • What are emotions?
  • What are the five competencies of EQ?
  • What is emotional hijack?
  • What is delayed gratification?
  • What is optimal performance?
  • What are nonverbal messages?
  •  What is OMW and what is its role in handling emotions?

A Brief History of Emotional Intelligence

  • 1985 – Wayne Payne introduces the term emotional intelligence in his doctoral dissertation entitled “A study of emotion: developing emotional intelligence; self-integration; relating to fear, pain and desire (theory, structure of reality, problem-solving, contraction/expansion, tuning in/coming out/letting go).”
  • 1987 – In an article published in Mensa Magazine, Keith Beasley uses the term “emotional quotient.” It has been suggested that this is the first published use of the term, although Reuven Bar-On claims to have used the term in an unpublished version of his graduate thesis.
  • 1990 – Psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer publish their landmark article, “Emotional Intelligence,” in the journal Imagination, Cognition, and Personality.
  • 1995 – The concept of emotional intelligence is popularized after pu

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