Meditation is a Gift

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Whenever you take something strain is involved; as in reaching for something and taking it and pulling toward you. That same principal applies to meditation. If your individuality meditates, their will be a resistance, a strain, or a friction within it -- then it’s distasteful. But when meditation is a happening, when it is received as a gift, or as a spontaneous flowering, then no distaste can attach to that.

So meditation, in the sense of reception, or receptivity is a gift. When you have this full appreciation that you flower in meditation, spontaneously, as opposed to produce meditation, effort-fully, then you are beginning to relax in to the sahaja or the naturalness of Being.