Here’s an analogy: If you want to decorate a room white there are many types of white to choose from.
In meditation there are different types of white light. For example, the white light found on the first plane is different in intensity and brightness and refinement to the white light found on the higher planes, which are increasingly brighter and more refined. Again, astral white light is different to the brighter mental white light.
The types of white light found on the Divine Journeys is even brighter and more refined. The white light of the second Divine Journey is white, and amongst other qualities it is a form of bliss. The Paramatman light can also be considered as being white, and that has all kinds of effects.
The format for this meditation is similar to the previous two meditations.
Sit upright to align the centres or chakras. Relax your breathing.
Imagine a stream of brilliant, pure white light flows down onto the top of your head. It permeates through your head. Notice how that feels.
Let this stream of pure love and light flow down your neck. You might be able to notice how this brilliant white light affects your throat centre.
This white light flows down through your shoulders and arms to your fingers, stimulating the small centres and giving them an energetic make-over.
This white light flows down your body, igniting the major and minor centres, including the heart centre, solar plexus and sexual centre, and then the base centre. Notice the effect.
This brilliant white light of light and love flows down through your hips and legs to your toes, through all the minor centres there.
Your skin glows bright white for several moments.
Once the light is absorbed by your body, white light fades.
In your own time, open your eyes.
This is a powerful meditation to do every day and it doesn’t take long to receive a wash of healing white light, which gives a little push to your spirituality.