To be in the present moment and become a witness.
Observing the body and all sensations that may be present, observing the emotions, observing the thoughts.
You become a neutral witness, without judging what is good or bad, right or wrong.
It´s just to take a step backwards and observe, creating a distance between you and your mind. It´s like watching a film on a screen.
So we can perceive that our thoughts have no life on their own, they are fed by our identification with them.
Therefore, the way of meditation is pure observation. Witnessing your thoughts, and from that state of witness, a distance is created between you and them.
As a consequence, we can experience that we are not our minds. There is something else beyond the mind. There is a space of silence and awareness beyond the whirlpool of thoughts.
By witnessing, we are guided deeper and deeper into that space of silence and awareness where the “I” dissolves and we become one with the Totality.
“”If you meditate, sooner or later you will come upon love. If you meditate deeply, sooner or later you will start feeling a tremendous love arising in you that you have never known before – a new quality to your being, a new door opening. You have become a new flame and now you want to share it.
And love accepts you as you are, it makes no demands on you. Love does not say: Be this, be that. Love simply says: Be yourself. You are good as you are. You are beautiful as you are.”