The aim of Meditation, according to Korko is to experience Dhyana yoga.
Dhyana Yoga is union with God through concentration and silence; it is to bring the mind to one-pointed-ness through systematic meditation
Note to self,
Yup, Korko’s prayer is definitely reassuring
‘I am rooted and grounded in the Lord. I am well protected; all my needs are met even before I ask for them’
And, Yup it sure is nice to know that there is a God out there looking after me.
However, it is still dark, My mind wanders ..my back aches..my feet are numb …45 minutes is too long for someone as unfit as me !
A well at least I am trying And, I am still a novice at learning how to become….
In another note to self
Just in case you were wondering …
The Encarta Dictionary defines Meditation as ‘A means of emptying the mind of thoughts, or the concentration of the mind on one thing, in order to aid mental or spiritual development, contemplation or relaxation.’