21st Century Shamanism: Developing Inner Silence

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
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Satsang with the Self
Video: 170
Date: August 8, 2012
Title: 21st Century Shamanism: Developing Inner Silence
Running Time: 49:11
Parts: 5

21st Century Shamanism: Developing Inner Silence

How to you erase your social programming and free yourself from humanity’s Matrix? Only by developing inner silence. Long held as the most important practice that any shaman or yogi can perform, increasing inner silence removes all thought to destroy the false ego self. Only then are we truly free.

The second video of the 21st Century Shamanism mini-series examines the importance of developing inner silence. Since birth, every human being has been conditioned by society. Children are taught how to think and act… and how to perceive reality. From birth we are all taught what is real, what is possible and who we are. We are all born into the Matrix.

Ancient shaman saw this social conditioning and severely limited human experience. They created ways to free a person from this ignorance, restriction and suffering. The foundation and core of their methods is the development of inner silence. By increasing inner silence we lessen the false self’s projections upon reality so that we can more clearly see and know reality. With sufficient practice, any person can stop their mind and attain spiritual and psychological freedom. This video will help you to reach this goal.

More 21st Century Shamanism videos will be released in the following weeks.

Many blessings and much Love!

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Part 2

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10 Comments

  1. Colin says:

    awesome

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  2. Jacques says:

    Thank you for the One, always.

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  3. phil says:

    Such a joy to bathe immersed in these crystal clear true self teachings of infinite wisdom
    A heart warming Thank you Lincoln

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    Lincoln Reply:

    Thank you Phil. I am happy to share in this Higher Self Love and Light with you. Blessings and Love always.

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  4. christopher chung says:

    beautiful background color, look at how green that plant is. Beautiful thank you.

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  5. christopher chung says:

    I did not understand this video, how can one develop inner silence?

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    Lincoln Reply:

    Genuine meditation is the method most effective for developing inner silence. Inner silence means a state of mind that is free of thoughts. To reach inner silence a person must meditate every day. The more hours per day one meditates, the faster they will reach inner silence.

    This CD teaches proper meditation: http://higherselfteachings.com/cds/introduction-to-sitting-meditation/

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  6. Jah says:

    Thank you, Lincoln. In meditation the silence is natural. In daily life the thoughts return. How can we reach the silence in everyday life while driving, interacting with others, doing work?

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    Lincoln Reply:

    When our awareness perceives through the physical senses, it can easily cause our minds to move and thoughts and emotions to be created. Changing objects in our perception often creates more activity in the mind (thoughts and emotions).

    We can develop the skill to keep our awareness partly internally focused while perceiving and interacting with the external world. Practice feeling your breath in your chest, feeling the rising and falling of your chest with each breath. You can very gently guide your breath into a smooth, even rhythm.

    In your life, then, you’ll notice that when you lose focus on your breath, your chest’s rhythm will change – becoming erratic, fasting, held still, etc. The changes in breathing are related to the mind’s activities. When you can stay with a calm, even rhythm while talking, listening, moving, etc you’ll be in a state of meditative awareness in the body, in the world.

    We can also perform the Ujjayi breath, adding sound to our breathing to further help our awareness stay internal. By listening to the sound of your breath, your mind will stay calm and less thoughts will appear. It is challenging to listen to your breath and also another person’s speech, so the Ujjayi breath is best used outside of human to human communication. This video will teach you how. http://channelhigherself.com/videos/satsang-with-the-self/10-minute-higher-self-meditation-ujjayi-victory-breath/

    One final note. We must not use meditation to escape the world and our own suffering. Meditation is a practice to establish us in greater awareness of what is happening in the present moment, while also providing the ability to become a greater creative power in our lives. It is not a technique to avoid the challenges that the world gives us or to avoid being in our bodies, minds and emotions.

    Be mindful of your resistance to parts of life or parts of yourself. Find the strength to be as awareness with them – not judging, not fighting, not denying. In the state of awareness, resolution will happen when we stop distancing and resisting and start embracing with Love.

    Blessings and Love.

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    Jah Reply:

    Thank you Lincoln. I have recently become aware that I may use meditation as an escape, even before reading your comment. I will practice the victory breathing while working on maintaining the half Awareness and half external world exercises. I have deep “staying stuck” issues which I am trying to become unsticky. I have much gratitude for your kind helpful directions.

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