Hi All,What a crazy weather weekend here in Wisconsin! I drove home in snow flurries on Easter.
How are you all doing with clearing out chakras? I want to continue with getting everyone on track or back on track or just cleaning up your crap. We made a good start with setting your chakras and getting them spinning properly. Today I want to continue down that path with getting your energy clear and keeping it clean. I know in some past blogs we discussed grounding, but we may need to revisit it.
Today we are going to work with the universal white light. Now, this can be the white light of the Divine or whatever it would be called by you. I want you to get comfortable. I usually sit because it helps me visualize pulling the light from crown to root. However, do what is right for you. We will be taking things slow and today we will start getting used to working with the universal white light and grounding.Visualize the white light of the universe beaming down bright and warm as it enters your crown chakra. Breathe normal and pull the light to your third eye charka and then to your throat chakra. Keep the white light traveling down to your solar plexus and sacral chakras and to your root chakra. Then pull the white light down through your thighs and out your feet into mother earth.
You may get a head rush or feel light headed. If this happens you need to ground.The easiest way to ground is to go out and hold onto a tree or find some dark stones to hold on to.
But there is a mediation you can do to help. Simply pretend you are a tree. Plant your roots (through your feet) into mother earth as far down as you are tall. See your arms stretching to the heavens and turn them into branches. Draw energy from mother earth up through your roots and out to the universe through your branches. Take a few deep breaths. Then slowly come back to your body. Take time to feel your toes and fingers and stretch a bit. Slowly get up out of your meditative position. Drink plenty of water throughout the day.Have an amazing week everyone. Keep up the good work and practice.