Gold Light Meditation

(This article has been updated and a recording of the Gold Light Meditation placed at the end. Enjoy.)

This can be quite a powerful meditation. As with anything, you don’t know until you try.

Read this first before meditating.

Sitting up straight to make sure all your centres are aligned, get comfortable and close your eyes. Imagine a gentle shower of very fine gold dust, like fairy dust falling on top of your head.

This fine gold dust irradiates its gold light into the centres or chakras in your head, which radiate out gold light. You might be able to notice within it a silence and a stillness.

The gold light moves gently and thoroughly down through your neck and down through your body, lighting up each centre it moves through. The gold light then radiates into your body around each centre.

The gold light moves down your legs towards your feet, all the while igniting your smaller centres with gold light. The gold light travels down your arms to your fingers, again igniting your smaller centres with gold light.

After filling all of your body, strands of gold light come out of your body and weave a layer around your skin.

This stays for a while, and then is slowly absorbed into your body.

When the gold light is absorbed completely, open your eyes.

There are some remarkable spiritual energies and light available for use in meditation. At a point in development they can help to enhance spirituality. Meditating with this gold light is healing for the centres and the body, as is meditating with the blue light in the previously blogged meditation.

Blue Light Meditation

A straightforward meditation with blue light.

Sitting upright so all the centres or chakras are aligned and so light can easily flow, imagine a single drop of brilliant liquid blue light drops in silence from on high.

It lands on your head and flows rapidly into the centre in the top part of your head. The blue light feels silent and still. It lights up this cents, as if it switches it on.

The blue light then flows down to the next centre, shines a beautiful brilliant blue, and switches on this centre, which continues to shine blue.

The blue light flows down to the next centre, so it shines a silent blue, again, it’s like a light switch, so the centre keeps on shining bright blue.

The drop of liquid blue light flows down through each centre in turn, switching it on to shine a brilliant and silent blue. When it reaches your heart centre, notice what happens.

Let yourself stay with this for as long as the blue light remains, or up to 10 minutes.

This is something that is straightforward and which can be done everyday. This particular blue light can have a powerful healing effect on the centres, and is great for developing a person’s spirituality.

I’m not going to say anything else about it so as not to set up preconceived notions, but instead for it to be an exploration for anyone who wants to try something new.

If you enjoyed this article or found it useful you might want to take a look at “Your Spiritual Awakening And the New Dawn for Humanity” by Jonathan Barber, and also “Meditation: Opening Doorways On A New Reality”, on Kindle and Amazon

The heart of being clairvoyant or psychic

Being clairvoyant or psychic is something special. Or is it?

It is actually something that everyone can do.

There are a number of components to being clairvoyant, or psychic. Clairvoyant means clear seeing. Psychic can mean seeing, hearing, feeling and interpreting mostly astral energy and some mental energy about a person or situation.

The energy or data someone can pick up depends on the plane they are on. The higher the plane, the more of an overview they can get.

The third eye centre or chakra is the centre that picks up the energy or data and processes them as visual images.

This cuts out a lot of the available data though, and in fact it’s possible to use a larger amount of data by getting an input from other centres or chakras, and sending it on to the third eye centre. This means the data can be picked up as feelings, sensations and more specialized forms of energy. Sounds complicated, though it is actually quite easy, and something people do all the time, usually without realizing it. It’s just that they are often not sensitive to all the data coming in through their senses and their centres. It’s just practice.

The data is processed and interpreted. This is the part that turns it into information. The person using their abilities can then see images. They might be able to feel, hear, taste or smell things. The quality of the information depends on a number of factors.

The first point is that we usually only see or perceive what we know what to look for. Which means we lock onto the type of information we know about and are familiar with. Occasionally, the information is so obvious and surprising that we notice something new.

Secondly, we interpret it through our own beliefs and prejudices. Normal human behaviour, really.

Thirdly, if the person has a leaning to the Light Lodge or the Dark Lodge, they put a certain slant on their interpretation.

Another point to bear in mind is that some people have a guide on the inner planes. Sometimes a guide senses something and then passes on the information. The quality of the information depends on the plane the guide is on, whether they are a light or dark guide, their experience of doing the job of being a guide, and how effective the person in physical matter is at receiving the information.

How can someone become skilled at being clairvoyant or psychic?

Meditation is a good answer. The best type of meditation is meditating on the heart centre. This powers up the heart centre, and all the good energy and healing gets passed onto all the other centres in a balanced way. The heart centre is good at that, plus it avoids distorting centres and energies within the body (a physical analogy would be how a person might go to a gym and only focus on one group of muscles to the detriment of their overall physique). Meditation with light will also clear the centres (yoga breathing techniques also help).

As for the third eye centre, well that is opening in all of humanity in any case. They might be aware of this subconsciously, though some people should be becoming consciously aware of this, then life gets interesting.

Being clairvoyant or psychic is just a matter of imagining that you can, and practice.

Footnote: If you want to be able to turn off the ability, which is a good thing sometimes to give your mind a rest or if what you see is a bit scary as the astral levels are open including the lower grotty parts, you can practise the following, before trying to be clairvoyant or psychic. See the third eye as having a door on the front. Practise opening, and particularly closing and locking it.

Sensitivity is also an issue sometimes. Have a read of the previous blog. A meditation on how to button up and close doorways might be appropriate, so I’ll put one on soon.

Extra footnote: Mediumistic is perhaps a better word to use rather than clairvoyant or psychic as it incorporates so many other skills. More on this later.

 

If you enjoyed this article or found it useful you might want to take a look at “Your Spiritual Awakening And the New Dawn for Humanity” by Jonathan Barber, and also “Meditation: Opening Doorways On A New Reality”, on Kindle and Amazon

What goes up, better come down

Crucially, meditation needs to include an element of grounding.

Often when people meditate they connect with the light from higher planes or the Divine Journeys (for instance, one type is the Paramatman Light). There can be a yearning for the higher light as it is so wonderful compared to the relative darkness and discomfort of normal life.

In meditation we can bring the higher into the lower. But that draw upwards can cause problems.

To start with, some spiritually minded people aren’t in their bodies even from birth. They never fully connect with everyday life and can be dreamy and in a world of their own. Some people don’t really come back into their bodies after meditating, then the effect is the same.

There are some tried and tested techniques for grounding, such as stubbing your toe on a chair leg or other inconveniently placed piece of furniture. Going over your ankle is a favourite for some. In extreme cases, breaking a leg happens and so on. (Just so you know, these are all real life examples).

There are plenty of non-meditative techniques for grounding which are part of everyday life. For instance, gardening is a superb way as there is a strong connection with the earth, and the rhythm of the seasonal flow of energy. Walking in Nature is great, so too is scrambling on rocks, and for the brave,  rock climbing. Going underground into caves is really grounding (I tried that last year).  Some people in the world live near natural mud baths. What a place to get grounded in. I’ve known some people to dig a shallow hole in their garden and place their feet on the soil. Diet can play a huge part. Root vegetables, and for those that can eat meat, that can really help. Using the body for exercise is an excellent way to get grounded. An activity such as judo is a great way to get grounded. Simply taking a break from spiritual practices and meditation for a day or so can also be appropriate.

There are some useful meditation techniques for grounding. Using your imagination and creatively visualizing affects your energy. Just prior to meditating, trying closing your eyes and imagine roots growing out of your feet and out of the base of your spine. These roots can be any colour, though they may be dark coloured to correspond with the slow frequency energy of the earth. If you are in a building then imagine your roots going through the building to the ground. Imagine the roots going as far down into the earth as possible. Let the roots spread out as they go down. Let dark slow frequency light flow from the earth up your roots. The slowest earth energy is black, so this is a good colour to use, and has a soothing, nourishing and healing effect. Let it flow up your legs into your body and head, into your organs. You can let this black light flow back down your legs, and into the ground. Repeat this a few times. Then, still with roots down, you are ready to meditate with higher frequency light.

With regards to grounding, I met two people who had meditated intensely over a period of weeks in a Perfect Master’s ashram, and in Meher Baba’s centre. They were both burnt to a crisp by the high intensity light, with their auras blown wide open, their nervous systems frazzled and over-sensitized, and they were both completely ungrounded. They could not operate in normal life.

The solution was no spiritual activity for a year, physically grounding exercise and a stodgy diet, to support grounding and the necessary slow healing.