When to Meditate

Dr. Frederick Lenz, Rama, quotes on meditation, kundalini, chakras, mantras and samadhi


One who practices meditation is learning to still their thoughts and trying to get on a regular schedule with meditation, which may take a while.


If you are starting to meditate, I suggest that you set up a schedule for yourself. It is good to meditate twice a day, once a day is good to start.


Sit and meditate a couple of times a day. Stop the body. Sit up straight and practice a meditation and concentration exercise. Clear your mind of all the garbage that runs through it and enter into a higher level of perception.


The best time to mediate is when you first get up in the morning or evening. Take a shower and sit down and meditate.


Meditate each day as soon as you wake up. This is important. It may be easier to meditate later in the day, so do so. But also meditate each day when you wake up.


Your mind is calm when you wake up. You may be a little tired, but a shower will perk you right up.


When you meditate in the morning you pick up a lot of energy, focus, and awareness. That will be with you throughout the day. It brightens the subtle physical body so you won't pick up as much negative energy.


Sit down in the morning. If you can't make it in the morning, try the evening to start out with, do the late show. But you meditate best in the morning; the mind has not been active yet.


As soon as you get up meditate. Your mind is most receptive at this time, even though it may seem more difficult to meditate. Never leave the house until you have meditated.


Your mind is most receiptive at this time, even though it may seem more dificult to meditate because your're a little sleepy -- the mind is quiet -- you haven't been thinking, so you'll find it easy to meditate.


It doesn't really matter what time you get up, but whenever you do get up, set aside enough time before you leave the house to have a good meditation. Doing this will clear your mind and put you into a very sharp and aware state of consciousness.


The morning practice of meditation increases the aura to ward of negative energy. 


I always try to mediate every day at noon, the time when the kundalini is the strongest. If you have to work at noon, at least try to think about eternity, think about your ideals, and what you're trying to do with your life.


Feel the pulse beat of the universe. It's very strong then. At noon the kundalini is the strongest.


It is very easy to meditate at sunset. There is a doorway that opens between the worlds at the time of the setting sun.


The quality of time actually changes throughout the day and night. Some dimensions are more time-specific, in that they only interact with the physical dimension they touch during specific times of the night or day.


During the late afternoon and early evening there is a specific dimension that interconnects with our physical world. This particular dimension can be visualized as series of horizontally shaped geometric planes that extent out into infinity.


It's very easy to meditate at sunset; there's a feeling of peace and there's a transcendtal awareness from about four in the afternoon on.


Try to meditate before you start your evening. If you've been out in the world working, meditation will clear off all the unhealthy energy you've picked up during the day.


Mediate at sunset or night.  It's easiest to meditate at night.  Night is eternal.


Meditate before bed if you are being attacked psychically.


Try to meditate each day. You will not find it all that difficult. The secret is to be patient. If you can be patient you will learn to enjoy your conscious becoming.