For years I wondered what it actually meant to meditate. Then, through a process of very fine teachers, I learned that meditation was simply emptying the thoughts, feelings, emotions, and stories of the surface self, (which parades around as the true I), in order to go into the Silence and the Depth of Consciousness itself. This is where in meditation one experiences the Real Self (Truth) which is the same I found in all of Creation: the immortal Immaculately Conceived I, untouched by the senses but which gives life, energy, information and form to all things illuminating the senses. This immortal Immaculately Conceived I appears in meditation via a true emptying (kenosis) of one's self; then the shine (doxa) of OneSelf, I, can be visited at any time or any place all ways and always. Take a minute and visit your truest nature now in I: a Meditation and a Memoir.
"When you read this book, you've written this book along with many others as one I."
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About the Author
Wiz Ji is actually all of us… the Universal I. Wiz is from Wizard/Wise-Person/Sage; and the surname Ji is an honorific title used in Hinduism. Inverted the name sounds as "Jee Wiz".
In particular, Wiz Ji is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and Boston College who devoted more than three decades to the study of philosophy and religion with a special interest in seeing all economically free. Wiz Ji has a keen devotion to modern-day world-renowned spiritual teachers: Gangaji, Ken Wilber, Andrew Cohen, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Anita Moorjani, Eli Jackson Bear, Thomas Huebl, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Louise Hay, Stephen Dinan, Rick Archer, Mooji, Adyashanti, Andrew Harvey, Bede Griffiths… and Zeek the gardener.
Wiz Ji currently lives on the shores of Cape Cod with family and friends.