Mirror Meditation Exercise - Meditation & Chanting
Modern" science has just begun to consider things like the physical health effects of electromagnetic fields from power lines, computers, TV's, etc. And they have only recently discovered that the body has bio-electric and energy fields, and even the brain gives off electricity in the form of brainwaves. We have always known that people are always transmitting various energies, and always receptive to various energies.The mirror meditation exercise develops:
- Your abilities to "read" higher frequency vibrations/"auras"
- Your visual communication abilities
- Your abilities to influence others via energies transmitted through the eyes
- Your abilities to defend against others influencing you through the eyes
- Awareness of previous incarnations of yourself and others
- Your circumvent force (the area of vibrational influence that surrounds you like a giant aura)
This meditation technique should be done in a darkened room, using a candle or two in front of the mirror you're using. The mirror need not be large; as long as you can see your eyes it's fine, although it's more desirable to see your entire face. The mirror should be placed one to two feet from your face.If you can, burn a little pure (resin, sap, or powdered resin) incense before starting the meditation technique (Frankincense & Myrrh are strongly recommended, if possible). You may either sit on the floor or in a chair, whichever is most comfortable for you; the important thing is to keep your spine straight and erect.
To begin the exercise, look into the eye of your reflection that is on your right side (this would actually be your right eye) and start chanting a mantra. Refrain from blinking if you can, especially when you are seeing phenomenon or other faces (it can jolt you out of the altered state that is allowing you to see these things).
Continue doing the meditation exercise for at least ten minutes. A half-hour will generally yield more results.
Selecting a Mantra Select a mantra (word or words used for chanting) that you feel drawn to.
"Om" and "Yod-Hey-Vod-Hey" are both excellent mantras.
A mantra helps develop concentration, and can effect you in many ways through the vibration of sounding the words. It can stimulate upper chakras, stimulate your attunement to the "sound current" of the Universe and thus Universal Consciousness, and invoke the energy of all the chanting that has been done throughout time, bythose who have used that same chant. But it is also important that you understand the meaning of the mantra you choose, and it is best if it represents a profound idea or ideal.
The meaning of Yod-Hey-Vod-Hey can be found in the following books, "The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch", "Pistis Sophia Coptic Gnostic Texts and Commentary", "The Children of the Law of One", and "The Lost Teachings of Atlantis." You may experience a great deal of phenomenon doing this exercise (i.e., seeing faces from past lives, auras).
Whatever you experience, stay focused on what you are doing, do not allow anything to lure your attention. You may come to experience what some call "The Dweller on the Threshold", a "hideous devil" that is nothing but your own selfish separate self, your fears, desires, etc.
If you do, let me remind you that the Dweller is also "The Angel guarding the Gates of Eden", and the only way you can pass, is through love, Unselfish Love. Look that beast right in the eye and love it.
In this way you can transcend self and return to Paradise, Oneness with the Universal Spirit.
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