The full library is listed below. Scroll down to find a a recommended sequence and list that might help you find a specific technique you want to practise.
This skill helps enhance your intuition and ability to attune to yourself and others.
- Stage One “Basic Body Scanning, Deep Listening, Mindfulness” – Use Tracks 1, 2 and 22
- Stage Two “Sanctuary” – Practise being in your internal Sanctuary with Track 4
- Stage Three “OMANTRA method” – Progress onto Track 3 for a more complex body scanning method. Find a mantra/affirmation before you start. It can be helpful to start with Sanctuary first, and go back to this if you get too triggered during the OMANTRA.
- Stage Four “Advanced Body Scanning, Light Breathing, Ki Flow/Block & Dialogue” – These methods build on core skills learned in Stage One. I recommend tracks 16, 17, 18, and 19. They improve your ability to sense and visualise Ki blockages, restore flow and dialogue with your Ki Blockages.
These meditations involve more movement, they are less physically still.
Track 8, a sound-therapy meditation, is our primary example of this so far.
This is a variation on Deep Listening. It’s less about listening to the Aura/Body and more about honing the skill of focused, enquiring, reflective thought to help overcome repressive coping. These are classic “CONNECT the Dots” exercises that help us see the bigger picture and/or invoke a chosen state, often through reflecting on the past.
The main tracks we have for this are Tracks 5 and 23.
CREATIVE VISUALISATION / GUIDED IMAGERY
Creative Visualisation enhance your psychic perception and intention, and your focus (mental discipline and mindfulness.) Scroll down for more insight*
Stage One “Chi-directing/clearing Visualisations” – Begin with exercises that help restore and direct the flow of Chi~Ki-Prana throughout your field, and between you and the collective field around you, using spacial or landscape-based meditation. I recommend classic psychic self-care meditations to begin with, such as Tracks 7, 9, 14, and 15.
Stage Two “Bigger Picture” mediation – These are landscape meditations. They lay the foundations for shamanic journeying in SpiritLight, where we travel through a landscape. Our best, most pure example of this is Track 11.
Stage Three “Working with Spirit Guides and Helpers” – This paves the way for work we’ll be doing in HeartLight with inner selves and SpiritLight with spirit guides.
- With the Future Self meditation, Track 24, our future self is our higher self, our wise inner elder.
- Track 27 takes you through another meditation with the higher self.
- Track 13 is an inner child and higher self meditation, helping bridge these two together.
- No 20, Awaken your Fire, is a soul retrieval process that restores Ki, as guided by an inner self (the warrior self) and a focus on the base chakra.
- No 21, Heal Yourself, is a personal favourite… connecting us with plant medicines and an elder who shows us how to use them.
- Track 12, a Tree Dryad meditation, is a soul retrieval healing, for your inner child.
- Track 10, the Gift Dragon.
- The Owl spirit meditation, Track 6 (includes sound therapy).
- Tracks 25 and 26, are more shamanic in Nature, more advanced meditations.
*Insights into the value of Guided Imagery, Creative Visualisation
PERCEPTION – When we imagine visual images, we strengthen our clairvoyant muscles, our ability to receive psychic information or perceive Ki~Chi~Prana as a visual image or visual metaphor. Likewise with all the other psychic senses. Creative visualisation is the very best way to develop psychic awareness.
INTENT – When we use our imagination in a creative way, we are communicating with and influencing our Ki~Chi~Prana and subconscious/body. For example, when you imagine being a tree and sending your roots into the earth, your energy field is listening and will anchor itself into the earth. When you imagine being strong like a mountain, your subconscious and body find it easier to tap into a strength-based mind-body state.
FOCUS – Focusing your attention and keeping it focused, noticing when we lose focus and correcting this gently with kindness and patience, are potent skills that can improve our MindLight. Having enough self-awareness to observe what we are doing with our focus of attention during meditation can help us become aware of what we are doing with it during the course of our day. Likewise, bringing our attention back on track during meditation improves our ability to redirect our attention as needed on a daily basis.