Living in the present moment is the core of all spiritual practices. Habitual obsessive thinking is eating out our peace. Being free from future and past ghosts requires sheer patience and consistency in one's practice. Mindfulness is the key and the 'Sacred Spaces' meditation is a wonderful method to bring forth this mindfulness with sheer ease.
Based upon ancient Buddhist meditation techniques, it makes use of serene sounds of the musical instruments like 'Himalayan Singing Bowls', 'Symphonic Cups' and 'Gong'. The sound vibrations resonate within every cell of the body and produce wonderful inner spaces. It creates a sacred atmosphere that brings forth thoughtlessness and small gaps of silence. And as one moves deeper in it the transition from sound to soundlessness happens. The essence of this technique lies in listening to these sounds and listening to the subtle moments of gap that comes in between two sounds. Listening to sound may be easy but it is difficult to listen without judging sound, without anticipating the next sound. These gaps between the sounds act as a catalyst in elevating consciousness to the higher realms.