posted on Aug, 17 2008 @ 05:06 PM
Basically, I have a little routine that I do to get prepared. I like to do it have a cold bath, followed by a hot shower. I like to be fed, and well
hydrated. After the hot shower, I'll go through some stretches, and begin to practice some deep breathing exercises.
The deep breathing exercises energize you,and also put you in a calm and happy state. They're simple. Imagine that your body is hollow. Inhale
slowly from the top of your head, and breathe a divine, healing, relaxing energy down through the top of your head, filling your entire body over the
course of the inhale. Once you're full of positive energy, hold onto the white energy, and slowly exhale any dirty negative energy out. Try to inhale
and exhale as deeply as possible. Once you can have one breath per minute, you're doing fantastic.
Take 10 deep breaths like this.
Then, find a comfortable position to sit, I like to have a pillow beneath me, and a light blanket over me because it's not uncommon to feel chilly.
Then I say a quick little prayer that does something like this "I am entering into a Sacred State to further develop my relationship with Spirit."
This step is critical, if you're not engaging your higher self, or whatever you call it, you are wasting your time. It's important to show respect.
From there, I will as vividly as possible, imagine what I'm visualizing. This isn't very vivid to begin with, but it becomes more realistic over
time. Try to pay attention to any sights, sounds, smells, the crispness of the air, the ground beneath your feet in the visualized scenario
That is the visualization aspect. From there, I tend to relax internally smiling into myself, and breath positive harmonious energy into what I am
visualizing, to give the image life, and to promote a harmonious interaction between myself and my vision.
When I am finished, I take a moment to relax, and then I thank Spirit for it's help and guidance. It's important to cultivate a sense of gratitude.
Quite often, the most profound stuff happens afterwards, when you're going to bed, or doing something else. Then it may hit you.
Most importantly, don't strain or try to force things to happen. Just practice, you'll get better, and allow things to work. As I am uncertain what
you want to use this for, I can't be more specific with this.