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Meditation Tips
  • Don't try meditating on an empty stomach nor just after a big meal. You may be sensitive to something you’re eating or drinking.
    • Eat lightly, perhaps about half of what you usually do. Consume what you know will be easy to digest, such as lightly steamed vegetables.
    • You should be able to focus more easily provided you feel lighter and more alert. **Avoid sugar, including fruit sugar, if you have sugar sensitivities.
    • Watch the caffeine. Don’t go without it if you know you’ll have withdrawal symptoms, but don’t overdo it either.
    • Certain supplements, herbs, and medications, especially if they affect your mood, may be disagreeing with your system and causing you to be scattered. Ask your doctor or health professional for alternative recommendations or if you can do without them for a while.
    • Avoid all drugs. Even “just” marijuana “only once in a while” hinders intuition and clouds your mind for weeks afterwards.
  • Try it after a hot bath or shower.
  • Try it after yoga.
  • Try it when you have urge to have sex. (If one is able to transfer sexual energy into bliss than its very good.)
  • Roll your closed eyes up to your third eye area, between and just above your eyes. Keep them focused there at a comfortable position without straining them: this means you better do this intermittently and for maximum 12 seconds each time. Feel the vibration of the eyelids. This position can automatically induce an altered state.
  • Music: Try relaxing music or no music at all. Experiment with different kinds to test which works best for you.
  • Try aromatherapy. Open a window when burning incense or candles indoors to vent any toxic fumes.
  • Try rubbing a dab of pure scented oil on the back of your hands or on your neck. The scent will relax you and help you focus.
  • Try meditating with someone you love or with a group of friends. The combined energy will help you go deeper.
  • If you’re still having trouble perceiving anything, jump start the process by using your imagination. Tell yourself you’ll perceive the first image, thought, or feeling, in response to any of the questions or instructions in the script, on the count of three. Then count one, two, three and provide a picture or thought from your imagination or memory. Continue this process until other images that feel more related to the issue you are exploring start filtering into your mind.
  • If you have tried everything and it seems you still can't gain any insight, there may be two other reasons:
    • First, your expectations may be interfering. You may be expecting to see something when you might be more successful using one of the other senses: hearing, feeling, tasting or smelling.
    • Second, patience and practice are important. Realize that meditation is best approached as a long-term discipline, one that offers invaluable benefits for those who persevere.
  • Ask for help. If you keep asking God or your guides or angels of the Light how you can be more successful with meditation, you’ll eventually become aware of effective ways to go deeper and focus better. You’ll be a pro in no time.


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