“Be still and know.” This saying points towards the goal of all meditation, yoga, prayer and spiritual attainment. The name for this state of consciousness is Samadhi.
This short clip from the upcoming film “Samadhi” is a call to stillness that the world would benefit from greatly if heard. Framed around the slippery and hard to describe state of consciousness that results from spiritual experience, the information contained in this short 9 minute excerpt can aid in centering your perspective into a still space of gratitude.
Daniel Schmidt is a Canadian filmmaker, musician and meditation teacher. His last film Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds was an Internet sensation and I highly recommend watching it online if you haven’t seen it.
I can’t wait to see what’s in the full Samadhi documentary when it is released later this fall.
”Samadhi is so simple that when you are told what it is and how to realise it your mind will always miss it because the mind is what needs to stop before it is realised.”
Be still and know . . .
It is through the ancient teaching of Samadhi that humanity will begin to understand the common source of all religions and to come into alignment once again with the spiral of life.
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