Through the practice of meditation, we enter a world of soul and spirit, and with patience and training we start yielding results.
So why do we meditate? Is it for the bliss we feel during an amazing meditation or for the results that we experience after some years of training?
Have you noticed that within the thinking process, a thought weaves into another thought, seeking the other. If we listen to our thoughts, and observe the thinking process, we notice that the thought world has its-own inner life. A rose acts upon us when we see its colour, when we smell its fragrance, it influences us through its symbolism, through its beauty, through its existence within our lives, within our art-works, within our gardens for centuries. We tap into the thought form of 'rose adoration'.
It is as though the thoughts are already present when a soul surrenders to their flow and re-create them anew within.