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Ravi Sathasivam


Meditation.......


When the heart suffer from the pains
When the body surround with evil venom
When the mind away from the thoughts
When the Satan starts ruling our soul
Then you become a prisoner of your own soul
Although, no one has the power to destroy a soul
but it could make you suffer with evil doings
These things could be eliminated through spiritual
power by doing meditation and prayers.
Meditation has the power to heal the pain of soul
and bring peace of mind and new life to us
Just sit or stand in a comfortable position and few
slow deep breaths through the nose in and out
and keep eyes close to think of God, brings you
all the way to a peace into your mind and soul.
The meditation can draw essential force of love
in to one's life and could bring out the richness of faith
We should not forget that meditation belongs to a
comprehensive body of teachings including ethics and wisdom

Submitted: Sunday, November 28, 2004
Edited: Saturday, April 17, 2010
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  • Rookie - 69 Points Seema Chowdhury (7/6/2008 3:47:00 PM)

    Prisoner of your own soul........ excellent choice of words. i really enjoyed.thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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