Meditation Compilation

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Meditation Compilation
By: / Beginner
Post # 1
While meditating, I'm being visited by a strange shadow/blob (formless gray entity). It won't let me follow it or move passed it, or really move freely in my own mine at all, which I'm generally able to regularly. This entity isn't harming me, but it does feel as though its suppressing me and causing confusing and a lack of surety in where I'm meant to go next, though out side of meditation I feel as though my path is firm and where I'm supposed to be. Any suggestions on what to do or what may be causing this?
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Re: Meditation Compilation
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 2
You need to cast a "protective" circle around you as you meditate.
This is to stop any outside influences. Many would call it a "magic circle".
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Re: Meditation Compilation
By: / Beginner
Post # 3
I promise you, I cast a circle every time I meditate and have wards casted all around my house for protection, so if something is getting in, its bigger than I am... Do you think its possibly attached to me and I should cleanse myself?
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Re: Meditation Compilation
Post # 4
From my experience it is most likely a nimitta. Nimittas are mental objects that are actually reflections of one's mind. In Buddhism we use them in Samatha meditation. One builds up one's concentration and positive emotions to get beautiful nimitta. They can be so beautiful it draws one into a single pointed concentration. This is Samadhi or Jnana. In this state all negative emotions are gone and only good ones arise. There are many different levels of absorption, though the first one is usually misinterpreted as, "Union with God" - it's that blissful. In Buddhism jnana is a part of the 8 fold path (aka right concentration). So if done the other 7 aspects one can reach enlightenment. Although Buddhists wish to renounce (to the point of no attachment)sensory pleasures, Jnana is all good because it does not derive it's bliss from the five senses. Furthermore Jnana helps renounce said sensory pleasures, because it is so much better.

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