Meditation of the divine
Meditation is done in many ways
Meditation is tried in the beginning, later meditation happens automatically. Meditation is a gift of nature, after connecting with the human aura during meditation, one feels peace in the mind and soul.
Two types of meditation
For both types of meditation to happen automatically, a little effort has to be made in the beginning, later meditation happens automatically.
sagun meditation is said to meditate on a particular person, in which it is said to meditate on one's presiding deity or one's guru. In this, during meditation, only reading about him, listening to him, going to satsang, listening to discourses, staying in his meditation round the clock is a symbol of good meditation.
In nirguna meditation, no subject matter is taken care of, that which keeps on moving is allowed to move. Everything is allowed to happen with a vision. By saving our mind from all of them, attention is given to our breath, which reduces thoughts and incidents. Any kind of effort is forbidden in nirguna meditation. Nirguna meditation is based on the nature of the mind in being self. Whatever the mind has, so is the effect. Nirguna meditation should be done only in front of the knowledgeable. After going into meditation once, he feels like staying in meditation for hours. By doing this, the mind gradually moves away from the outer world and starts moving in the inner world. Later on, waha also starts feeling peaceful. Complete information about each and every emotion of the mind is started. What is good for the mind? And what is unfair? Everything starts to be known. The reason for peace and unrest in life starts to be understood. After moving forward in meditation, the meditator reaches in complete meditation, which is the highest speed of meditation. Where the soul meets the divine.
Regarding meditation Kabir das ji
Kabir das ji says that one should serve sagun and get knowledge from nirguna. When there is neither virtuous nor nirguna in meditation, then meditation is considered worthwhile. Meaning that when there will be nothing in meditation, the good will be beyond the nirguna, then only there is real peace which is called samadhi.