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Waves of light meditation

Begin by finding a quiet spot where you will not be disturbed.

Sit or lay down in a very relazing position. You dont need to be in any position or posture as it is a relaxation of the mind.

Close your eyes. Take a deep breath, hold your breath and them tense every muscle of your body. Exhale and release the tension.

Repeat this three times, making three breath/tensions in total.

Visualize your muscles becoming relaxed and saturated with a brilliant, white light.

Start at your toes and then your feet and work your way up slowly to the top of your head, pay particular attention to the Heart area shoulders, jaw and facial area. . All the while taking gentle, deep breaths.

Ignore any passing sounds and keep focused on the medatition

When you feel sufficiently relaxed, visualize the white light that now soaks your body starting to form waves that travel from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. Visualize these waves starting very small and gradually building in intensity, to a level that you feel comfortable with.

Visualize the waves washing away any negative thoughts or negative energies, these thoughts or energies can be visualized as black clouds which are engulfed by the white-light, and gradually disappear, ‘washed’ clean by the waves of healing energy.

When you feel sufficiently ‘cleansed’ by the white light waves, visualize them gradually decreasing in intensity, until once again the white light is as calm as the surface of a pond.

When you feel that the meditation has finished, gradually and gently bring you attention back to your surroundings, and slowly open your eyes. Personally I like to do a few stretches after meditation and just “chillax” for a few minutes before moving on with day to day things.

Peace be with you.

Mathew     


Let peaceful thoughts flow into your mind like streams flows into the ocean


Be as bright as the sun and as calm as the moon, your light will reduce the dark clouds of stress

 

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