Meditation

To meditate is to become one with God. It means to STOP THINKING and thus get out of the awareness of body. One can be aware of his body and of material things only while, and because, one is thinking.

‚Äč…To concentrate is to think very hard and focus your thoughts to a point. To meditate is just the opposite it means to expand ones thoughts into space until one stops thinking and steps into the still Light of KNOWING. Thinking is sensing, and sensing is vibratory motion. Conversely, meditation is becoming still in order to talk with God. When I say talk with God I mean become inspired with His Light of all-knowing. One talks with God in timeless Light. Inspiration comes in flashes of still Light invisible Light.

If you want to know anything whatsoever, just desire to know it, then stop thinking. Try to get into a state of universal ecstasy or inner joyousness, which is a state of consciousness like unto the God-Mind. Void your mind of thoughts, thought forms and ideas. Become perfectly blank insofar as idea and form are concerned.

In that manner, you become transformed from man as an individual unit of mankind, and become all Soul the universal Soul. In that manner you make the transition from the state of sensing some things materially to knowing all things cosmically.

(Walter Russell, The Message of the Divine Iliad, Vol. II, pp 207-208)

Walter Russell did not think much of special techniques of meditation or praying. For him inspiration was conditional on the consciousness of the always existing Oneness with the Universal One and something, that we then can and must put into practice by taking responsibility for our own conscious actions, if we want our ideas to come true. For God works with you, but not for you!