Artificial Meditation (A.M) is a term to describe the practice of meditating with an artifice.
For the Artificial Meditation Centre, the artifice is a ‘capsule’ formed right angle triangle – This refers directly to Pythagoras Theorem, which has been translated to the description of the emergence of consciousness in relation to the ability-to-know which can be considered as perpendicularly related to potential-information.
The artifice carries the name of the practice : Artificial Meditation Capsule
Why the Artifice for Meditation?
The belief echoed throughout the A.M Centre for Autonomous Power, is that we our actually living as minds in the fourth spacial dimension. Our brains have however been conditioned to think – especially in the west, that we are living in only 3 spacial dimensions – for that is what we perceive around us.
What till now hasn’t been so obvious is that our ability to perceive things in three dimensions is because we are in four spatial dimensions.
Without this realisation it is hard not to see appearances as fixed in the idea of what we see is what we see.
Although humans have realised quite distinctly that something other than this three dimensional reality is going on – to my mind it has never been realised as ‘simple’ as the mind in another dimension above the mind in the third dimension.
The mind in the third dimension is attached to the third dimension, the mind in the fourth dimension is attached to the fourth dimension but can be detached from the third dimension – and therefore able to see it objectively. Even though it always remains connected by the centre.
By sitting in the Artifice while meditating, the sensation of being within another dimension is enhanced – to the point of psychical awareness. The capsule makes one feel their own skin. and in feeling one’s own skin (without touch) while meditating gives one the sense of being outside the skin.
In this way the artifice helps objectify the body to one’s self, which in turn enables one to be objective when dealing with one’s self and for that matter others.
The mediative action of becoming more aware of breathing is synonymous to receiving and releasing information.
The better one can receive and release all information – both positive and negative, the more one is at peace in their own form-of-reason.
The Artificial Meditation Centre sits the meditator within the artifice for the duration of his/hers own meditation practice.
Text by Dome Wood