Living In Divine Spaceby Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Many people mistakenly understand meditation as an attempt to clear the mind and transcend the intellect. Really, meditation is meant to refine our intellect, so that we can infuse our day-to-day consciousness with Divine consciousness. Rabbi Ginsburgh presents a meditation that is a prime example of the purpose of Jewish meditation, which is to seek God, as King David says in Psalms, "with all my heart I seek You".
The meditation presented in the book is based on the six constant commandments of the Torah. The meditation of Living in Divine Space essentially involves constructing a cube around oneself - a spiritual sanctuary - defined by these six commandments. The interior of the spiritual sanctuary thus built by meditation becomes the Divine Space where we can open our hearts to God in prayer. The object of prayer inside the meditation cube is to transform the meditative state into Divine living and to shift from a state of self-consciousness into one of Divine consciousness.
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