Much can be achieved with meditation if you allow it.
When I was in my twenties, I was a seeker. I had several teachers along the way. The metaphysical community in the 1980’s and 90’s in North Texas was much smaller than it is now. I spent literally months in guided meditations and classes. I took my tarot cards to countless parties and events desperately trying to share my gift. I meditated up to 3 hours a day, burning myself out looking for “enlightenment.”
During this same time period I began a career in telecommunications, got married to a troubled soul that I couldn’t save, and had two kids. Looking back on that period of my life I now understand. I was looking for God ....and he wasn’t lost.
In 2001, I was in a life changing accident and I started all over again. Massage and meditation saved me. Being “hit in the head” by the universe was the best thing that ever happened to me. I became teachable all over again.
These are the simple meditation techniques I try to share with my clients. I have come to understand that in simplicity, there is power. In all meditation you must get quiet, comfortable, and take deep cleansing breaths. Each meditation should last 10 to 15 minutes, usually in the morning and at night when the body is most at rest and calm.
1. Flying Head/Letting Go
This is my favorite meditation for “letting go” of something or someone. Shut your eyes. Visualize the object that you want to let go of (usually a person). See their face. Visualize a light behind their face and send the face to the light. Repeat until the face begins to fade and you are focusing more on the light than the features of the face or object. In the case where someone is plagued by obsession or thoughts of a person that has “broken their heart,” I recommend constant use of this meditation in shorter duration (5 minutes 5 times a day).
2. Flying Head/Tapping
This is my favorite meditation for “tapping” on someone or something and magnetizing it to me. It works with money if you use dollar signs as a visual. Shut your eyes. See the object you want to draw to you (again, usually a person). See their face, with a light behind them. Bring the face towards you. If it’s a person, talk to them or tap them on the shoulder. If it’s an object visualize it in your hand.
by Jackie x8992