The meditation is of in two methodical ways: one is the meditation of the silent senses; and the other is the transcendence of the ‘Self’; the former is the sensorium one and the latter is the intuitive meditation.
In simple, the feeling of sensorium, having the consistent propensity of thought, So, the senses are the functional cause for the abstract in existence of the mind… though the root of it is the Nature.
The transcendency is the transformation of the mind to the ‘self’, and the absorption of the self into the intuitive ‘sense’, is, the spiritual consciousness…
‘I’ is the possessive expression of the sensory or the mundane ‘self’! It has the existence of its own, till its union of the spiritual or the intuitive sense – self! Then the sensory of the sensorium mind becomes ‘the mind of the moral sanctity’ with the cause of the spiritual, or, the intuitive self, then, the sensory self has the positive intellect bearing the constructive and moral thinking. So, the actions and results, concerned would be so, accordingly.
The monad may be the least unit of the Universal matter. So also, the Spiritual Self is the microcosm of the embodied energy and its entity of the sentiency…
The Meditation is of in:
(1) Sensitive or the Sensual meditation of the objectiveness.
(2) The Serene or the Silent meditation with neither idea nor feeling
(3) The sentient meditation, with a subjective sense and
(4) The Stoical meditation, bearing the abstract sense of ‘Zero’!
The philosophy is neither a fancy, fallacy nor ontology one, but, it is an analogical metaphysics of the physics and also an ontological enunciation. It has an abstract accuracy of its Divine Consciousness, the entity of eternity regarding to the embodied energy – the Brahmam of its Sempiternity, which is to be known through the intuisive awareness – the ‘Super Mind’