12 April 2009

Translating Infinity into Time

KY Meditation Minutes

Yogic science says that there are specific lengths of time needed for certain desired affects during meditation.
Most meditations are done for 11 or 31 minutes.

3 minutes of meditation affects the electromagnetic field, the circulation and stability of the blood.

11 minutes of meditation begins to change the nerves and the glandular system.

22 minutes of meditation balances the three minds, and they begin to work together.

31 minutes of meditation allows the glands, breath, and concentration to affect all the cells and rhythms of the body. It lets the psyche of the meditation affect the 3 gunas, all 31 tattvas, and all layers of the mind's projections.

62 minutes of meditation changes the gray matter in the brain. The subconsious "shadow mind" and the outer projection are integrated.

2-1/2 hours of meditation changes the psyche in its co-relation with the surrounding magnetic field so that the subconsious mind is held firmly in the new pattern by surrounding universal mind.

Yogic science says that the number of days of doing a certain meditation has also a specific result:

KY Meditation Days

Yogic science says that the number of days of doing a certain meditation has a specific result:

40 days of meditation to embody new experiences or increased capacities.

90 days of meditation to clear our subconscious and build new habits.

120 days of meditation to realize that awareness in our daily lives.

1000 days of meditation to experience self-mastery and confirm our consciousness, beyond every change of time, space and circumstance.

A 1000-day practice projects our newfound awareness, mastery and consciousness impersonally for all (it is impersonally personal) a discipline of grace that blesses all. In
mythical and symbolic traditions like numerology, it represents the nobility of the individual,
"1", expanded and radiant, as supported by the three "0's", the body, mind and spirit; negative,
positive and neutral minds; and the three gunas. It is experience and mastery blended into a
self-qualified awareness of human excellence.

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