I wrote this a few months ago and yesterday found myself discussing this exact topic with a friend. Then, just now, I found these words and felt the need to share.
If you are finding it difficult to meditate, if the methods used by others don’t work for you, then please read this. It may be helpful……
I have probably been unintentionally meditating all my life. As a child, I was always “off with fairies”. As an adult fitness instructor, I loved stretch classes and always ended with a deep relaxation where I “wandered off to talk to the elephants.” So when I Awoke and was advised by a Shaman friend that I should meditate it was simply the next stage. It was where I became more conscious of what I was – and had – been doing all my life.
I go deep. But without any formal training in meditation, I have followed my own way of doing things. For example: imagining a beam of light coming through your crown chakra, passing through your body and anchoring you to Mother Earth. I don’t even think about it. I AM a part of Mother Earth. End of story! I am ALWAYS joined with her.
I was very surprised to find out that when other folk leave their body they imagine rising out of their body, floating up through the roof, attached by a silver chord. And that this is something that can be hard to master. No-one told me about this ‘normal’ way so I just followed what felt right. I go inwards. Into my third eye and from there I go into something I called The Nowhere. It just felt right to focus on my third eye and then I would find myself floating in nothingness. It was so peaceful. I didn’t have to think. No worries or stresses. Just a quietness of soul.
Recently I discovered that what I am doing is passing from the pineal gland (the third eye) through the Cave of Brahma and into the Void. A Google check tells me this can only be achieved after very lengthy meditation, usually with prior fasting and years of work. That was a surprise too. And I’ve since found others who travel the same way.
So I had a think about this. Why do I find it easy and others – throughout centuries – have found it hard? One answer I have come up with is to do with when I Woke and how I Woke. When was 20th October 2014. Not that long ago! How, was sudden, intense and I became One with Mother Earth. I turned with her, I watched my grass grow and my leaves wave in the wind. I lived her pain. I listened to what I called the Celestial Om and now know was HU. And as a result I don’t need to think about anchoring. I always am.
And my Energy is new. New paradigm. No older energy. The old ways of doing things seem terribly complicated. I know they were essential paths, but as the First Wave Blue Ray Indigos prepared the way for Indigos and Crystal children, their energy prepared the way for people like me – Late Awakeners – and provided a platform to leap from. Until recently, the energetic signature of our planet was dense and heavy. It took a LOT of work to achieve what is now often very simple. My gratitude to these early light anchors is boundless.
Going deep is easy. When I am deep I will often do my Work – gather Energy and project it where needed. My arms levitate, very, very slowly. I can watch them, feel them, but have absolutely no urge to stop them. My Shamanic friend once put huge Shiva Lingam in each hand…but they still levitated. A couple of weeks ago I was in the Void and the phrase “I am the Dancer of Peace” came into my mind, and my upper body started to dance. It was beautiful.
But now I am starting something new to me. I am working out a way of lighter meditation using Mantra chanting and Mala beads. Of being more focussed on remaining here, in my body. It’s interesting. I think I’m enjoying it. Certainly it’s easier for a quick, restorative meditation.
And I won’t look so weird – no levitating arms and sit-down belly dancing!
My best advice for people who have difficulty meditating is to throw away all your books and follow your heart. It will lead you in a way that is right for YOU. Yes, if you want to, read books, listen to others,meet your teacher……. And discard anything that doesn’t feel absolutely Right. That’s pretty much the only lesson that is needed. If you are walking, listening to music, dancing, fishing, swimming or sitting in lotus position – it really doesn’t matter – and you find yourself drifting, just like those final minutes before you fall asleep, where your brain switches off…… Greetings meditator! You CAN do it.