As a result both of my recent Three Brains Revisited sequence and partly as a result of being asked a few weeks ago about what my model of meditation is overall, I was moved to go back to my attempt of many years ago to create a set of experiences that captured what I thought I was seeking to do in periods of quiet reflection, contemplation or meditation (delete as appropriate!). I was surprised to find that not only did my explanation of what I thought I was doing hold up remarkably well to current inspection, but also the exercises I had devised to create the right experiences have also stood the test of time and I am still drawing on them even to this day in one form or another. So, it felt worthwhile to share at least a sample of what I worked on at that dim and distant time. So, here is a quotation that can be used either for the memorisation/reflection exercise of yesterday, which is my suggestion for today, or for the consultative reflection exercise that I am publishing tomorrow. This quote is a good one to start with from a Bahá’í point of view because it focuses on our key concept – the fundamental unity of all humanity.