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Cook. Eat. Meditate! Vegetarian Holiday Meals and Parties
Join Susan Rose, Vegetarian Lifestyle Coach and learn how to prepare quick and easy meals for busy school or work days or just a relaxing weekend. Whether you are a vegetarian or have a vegetarian coming to dinner this class is for you. We will make and sample two vegetarian main dishes that are perfect for a family gathering or party. We will talk about how to create menus that make entertaining fun and easy. Handouts will include additional recipes and the class ends with a few minutes of meditation. RSVP required. This event is FREE of charge. All are welcome! For Free tickets – https://cook-nov16.eventbrite.com

Science of Spirituality Meditation Center

15 Market Street · Perth Amboy, NJ

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Whether we call it contemplation or prayer with attention, every spiritual tradition recommends some form of meditation to help achieve a peaceful, fulfilling life. Through meditation, we experience a profound peace, bliss, and happiness unlike any we can find in this world.

Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj teaches two forms of meditation: Jyoti and Shabd meditation. Jyoti meditation is a technique that focuses on the Inner Light. The second practice, Shabd meditation, is a higher-level technique taught at the time of initiation, which focuses on the Inner Light and Sound. References to the divine Light and Sound of God are found in every religion. This power has also been called Naam, Shabd, the Holy Word, Sonorous Light, Voice of Silence, and other terms in various religions and languages.

Focusing our Attention

All day long our attention, the outer expression of our soul, is going out into the world through our five senses of sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. Through Jyoti and Shabd meditation, we withdraw our attention from the outer world and focus it at the seat of the soul, the third eye, located between and behind the two eyebrows.

As we learn the art of Jyoti and Shabd meditation, we can collect our attention at the third eye and come in contact with the Light and Sound of God which is within each and every one of us. Through this divine connection, we can embark on the inner spiritual journey. The beauty of meditation is that the joy found when we focus within remains with us even after we resume our daily activities.

Recommended Reading: Inner and Outer Peace through Meditation and Empowering your Soul through Meditation by Rajinder Singh

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