Profoundness of Silence is Necessary !

It’s strange but true that in spite of so many sounds and words, silence is considered ultimate. Silence and peace is needed to communicate with your own self. When we dwell deeper in silence, we can listen to our inner guide and follow it. Thus find solutions to many recurring dilemmas and get motivated to tackle them.

When you learn to read the silence, you will discover beautiful patterns that speak louder than any words written or said aloud”            ~S.L. Alder

When we practice silence consciously, we get attuned to higher vibrations. This restores and multiplies our energy levels. Silence is the awareness of constant moment of ” vibrant present”, not based on past and future. It is coming back home into yourSELF , which lies within. SELF gets purified by silence (maun).

Silence is not Empty, it can provide umpteen answers which we fail to grasp in the endless noise around. It is passive communication.

Silence is the timeless state through which one can understand one’s own eternal truth and find infinite bliss.

Silence is the discovery of your own existence !

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21 thoughts on “Profoundness of Silence is Necessary !

      1. Sha'Tara

        No, and that is precisely why I asked, because so many have told me they can achieve that through meditation. Well, I certainly can’t… 🙂 But yes, it is possible to get away from man-made noise into a more natural environment noise, or sound, and just stay quiet while listening and letting one’s thoughts roam. Absolute silence though, for me, is not possible. There is always “sound” – even in the longest, coldest, moonless northern nights. There is crackling and sizzling – I call that “the music of the spheres” because it’s as if the cosmos is speaking or singing. You can feel emotions rising, and that sensation of being watched.

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      2. Sha'Tara

        Agree, that’s when we notice it more, when it’s “me” to “me” – the internal dialogue that won’t let us achieve that state of peace the meditating people speak of. So, if I can’t do it, then I find myself controlling the dialogue, making sure it doesn’t take me in “places” I don’t want to go to. Self-judgment, self-assessment.

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      3. sudersansrini

        i dont know how many of us actually control the “inner voice”.. sometimes, i feel it is delusional when we believe we control the inner voice..! i would like to think it is a cycle.. somedays, you have an upper hand, while on other days, the voice does!

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      4. Sha'Tara

        It’s really a simple question of self-empowerment with self-discipline. The “voice” speaks and “I” decide whether I want to engage its conversation, tune it off, or change the subject. The internal dialogue isn’t me, it’s everything else out there; it’s like leaving the TV on 24/7. Some 40 years ago I turned off my TV, radio, and stopped reading newspapers and magazines. Essentially, that’s when I also got the upper hand over my internal dialogue; how I recognized it for what it is: System propaganda. I hear it but I don’t have to listen to it and I certainly don’t believe it.

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  1. writeintent1 Post author

    You have very nicely expressed your perception of letting thoughts roam and the sound present even in noiseless circumstances. This is exactly how i also feel at times… the unending noise of the emotions and our reactions to them.
    Yes,i have experienced complete cessation of thoughts couple of times during meditation. But, it was totally involuntary and even as i would like to experience that blissful state more often it is not under my control. I can at the most shift my attention and awareness away from the thoughts. Maybe, with more practice, one can master techniques to attain that state more frequently.😊

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    1. Sha'Tara

      Quote: “Maybe, with more practice, one can master techniques to attain that state more frequently.😊”
      For me, the point would be that I thought there would be some gain to it. I’ve thought about it a lot, especially at times when I joined with individuals and groups doing their meditations – but I looked at the results for them – their lifestyles – and saw nothing there that would entice me to go to all that trouble just to not think, and do nothing. It’s not in my nature to just wait for stuff to happen or not, I like to “make it happen” if you get my drift, like an action figure. Fun conversation, thank you!

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  2. i'm_going.home

    Beautiful and timely post. Silence is a component of life I treasure. A component of the silence is bliss. The bliss will last a moment, that’s enough. It’s real because I can feel it and will always be there if I choose or need to visit.

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    1. writeintent1 Post author

      Wow…you have articulated it so well. Even I feel the same importance for silence in my life. Also the bliss it provides might be momentary, but it is so real, as you said and much more satisfying than the outward pleasures and always within our reach. I totally agree with your views. Thanks for sharing them here and wonderfully enhancing the write up 🙂

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    1. i'm_going.home

      sudersansrini, I have never commented on a comment from someone else’s site before, but you unknowingly opened the door for countless people to enter. That single paragraph could be life changing for someone.
      That would be one of many ‘points’ in writeintent1’s post. ‘You can’t fight what you can’t see’. This has been proven in War and individual life experiences.
      Thank you for the wireless ear. I’m out of here. 🙂

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