Ideally, a procedure in two stages. First, by repeating a sequence of syllables whose only quality should be that it makes no sense. Only a consistently meaningless sequence causes an effect in the brain, which could be called tabula rasa – empty sheet. Example: Manigo-Remergo-Nangilomenko. Completely meaningless. You could try to think of a meaning. But any sense bounces off the bundled senselessness of this sequence of syllables.
This first stage of the method consists in repeating this or a similar sequence of syllables in your mind. Think the sequence without a break. And exclude other thoughts by doing so. In fact, other thinking is locked out.
Question: If I repeat this meaningless sequence of syllables in sleepless nights or morning hours – will I not be all the more awake? Maybe even agitated?
Answer: At the first attempts maybe, but then comes the resting affect. The empty sheet in the brain, the tabula rasa, guarantees a state of inner silence. This requires some practice. But after a few days, at the latest 14, the fruits are to be enjoyed: namely, more sleep in the same night and more energy the next day.
Then the second stage is used: breathing meditation.
How? Very easily. By watching the breath at the tip of the nose. By inhalation. When exhaling. Only that. And thoughts may come and go. There is no reason to hold on to it.
At this point, further questions arise: But how is this supposed to work in practice with the first and second stages? When do I think of the meaningless sequence of syllables and when do I observe my breath at the tip of my nose?
Answer: Who lies awake at dawn meditates most powerfully with the meaningless sequence of syllables. And that with open end.
When you wake up the next morning then watch your own breath at the tip of the nose for five to ten minutes. Later, levels one and two can be combined. So, for ten minutes, do the meditation with the meaningless syllable sequence, then the breathing meditation for another thirty minutes.
And now to the last question: Why is this part of a manual for spiritual self-defense? What does one thing have to do with the other?
Answer: a lot. People who have problems with harmful energies, people who feel energetically-informally burdened or attacked – these people are very often awake early in the morning. And if they are not awake early in the morning, they suffer from thought carousels during the day. So thoughts that revolve around certain, not pleasant topics, thus keep them away from more pleasant thoughts. Meditation is the only measure known to me which solves this problem permanently.
An excerpt from my upcoming book „Spiritual Self-Defense“.
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