LISA RENEE: “Finding Inner Peace as a Lifestyle”

Many people are undergoing extreme internal and external chaos during the frequency shift and the resulting changes it imposes on one’s lifestyle. The forces of transformation are chaotic and confusing to an unprepared mind and body. For those that are called to awaken, the Ascension cycle imposes the dismantling of previous ego identities and their predisposition to create the condition of stressful and imbalanced lifestyles. When we are stagnant in our life, running a treadmill of repeated patterns, these patterns repeat over and over and that oppresses and suppresses our consciousness growth. This makes a human being feel truly unhappy and isolated from connection and meaning.

Being stagnant in our identity, routine and daily schedule, also suppresses our personal development. When we commit to use tools for personal development, we may learn how to regain our true humanity and find value in the principles of expanding and protecting life force. Expanding and protecting Life force is the energetic currency of the coming times, and too many of us have prostituted our life force for material things that have no value to the soul. This stagnation of the soul, promotes anti-life values and spiritual oppression. This oppression weighs even heavier on a burdened mind, and therefore a burdened body. A burdened body and cluttered mind becomes unhappy, soul disconnected, chaotic and then sick. Sickness of the Spirit-Soul stems from the Sickness of the mind.

When a mind is gripped in sickness from burdens that it does not release or let go, its many results are:

  • Obsessions
  • Ruminating
  • Panic Attacks/Fear
  • Delusions (thinking about hypothetical situations over and over)
  • Confusion
  • Pathologies, which erupt to cope with reality
  • Addictions and substance abuse

Like many challenges in life, letting go of negative emotions, negative thoughts and clearing your mind is much easier said than done. However with consistency, tools and practice, anyone can learn to clear their mind and let go of mental obsessions in a way that works for you personally. This takes some dedication and effort towards one’s desire to have peace in one’s life, no matter what the external circumstances.

Personal anger and blame is not productive for anyone that is unhappy with some person or circumstance in their life. To empower oneself, one must take full responsibility for their emotions, thought forms and their interactions with others. Without personal responsibility one’s life will descend into a spiral of pain and suffering, with excuses made for promoting negative behaviors. The person this hurts the most is the person generating the negative thoughts. No matter how much you are angered by someone else, that person is not nearly as impacted by your generated hate thought form as you are yourself. This is an action of self sabotage. Stopping the cycle is imperative by learning how to revalue oneself, revalue others and live a life where one can achieve a sense of inner peace and calm. From the inner calm, which can be generated from a clear and calm mind, one can be present in the moment to enjoy what life has to offer right now. As you open to be in the now moment, you open to a multitude of opportunities that would not be seen nor perceived with a cluttered and confused mind. The more confusion, the more chaos, the more internal pain one will experience in themselves. All of us can stop this destructive cycle in our lives now.

Be Here Now

This is called mindfulness in the Buddhist tradition, which is the understanding of training one’s mind to become fully present in the now moment. It is a type of meditation to immerse yourself, to be fully present in any activity that shows up in front of you. It involves slowing down and focusing on one thing, the thing that is present and in front of you now. If that thing is an activity, fully immerse yourself in that activity happening now.

Refocus

The best thing one can do to clear one’s mind when having trouble removing an obsession or rumination is to shift your focus. Bring a positive activity into your life to change your focus; through exercise, chi gong, reading a book, listening to music, playing with a child. Take a break from stress and worry by refocusing yourself to be fully present to another activity.

Breath Work

Retraining your nervous system and reprogramming your mind, is entirely possible through the application of breath work. If quieting your mind has become extremely difficult throughout the changing energetic terrain of the external ascension landscape, change your inner landscape by releasing your mind lock through this suggested breath work tool.

Meditation

Consistent meditation practice is helpful in training an undisciplined and cluttered mind. Meditation can be applied through many different techniques, and is helpful for facilitating forgiveness and letting go of negativity in many forms. In the early stages of developing meditation skill, sit, relax and learn to observe thoughts passing through without having attachment to them. Once you notice the “thought” pattern, let it go and bring your focus back to the now moment.

Try Emotionally Cathartic Writing

When one feels bursting at the seams from inner frustration, and the mind is anxious, it may be helpful to try to express all thoughts and feelings on paper. Writing them out may help one to be able to let them go and release them. Through journal writing or self-inquiry, one can delve deeper into the topic that is creating the mental anxiety. This way it allows for an examination of emotions and may allow inner epiphanies to become clearer, allowing for better emotional conflict resolution. When one is open to allow different alternatives to be received as potential resolutions, this allows the mind to shift out of its anxious pattern. Shifting out of these patterns is called cognitive restructuring, which resets brain synapse firing. Changing ones thoughts changes ones brain chemistry, allowing new creative resolutions to old problems, making shifting out of old patterns possible.

Unraveling old behaviors can be extremely humbling and give one the sense of the true immense force that exists within the emotional body. It is important to witness them and try not to be overwhelmed or consumed by them. Here is a little exercise to assist in regards to closure and acceptance on all past patterns or circumstances. It is extremely helpful to give voice to what may be unresolved conflicts in your mind, or that have been unexpressed and unacknowledged.

For each person or circumstance, here are the questions to ask yourself and write out completely:

  1. List all resentments
  2. List all regrets
  3. Write all unsaid or undelivered communications
  4. List anything you would have wanted to acknowledge to that person or in that circumstance but did not. When it feels complete, burn or shred the paper and Invocate out loud:

I address my Greater God Self for Final Release and Disposition:

Please witness my Declaration of Power:

I resolve any and all vows and agreements that I have taken, anyone in this body has taken, and anyone within my genetic lineage has taken pertaining to:

Any vow of Illusion, Separation and Disharmony. Remove and Clear All Negative Implants, Ancestral patterning, Genetic patterning, and improper karmic attachments to ___ (Insert Name of Person), known or unknown to me.

I claim my Divine Inheritance and Self Sovereign God Power NOW!

I now declare these vows and agreements as null and void in this incarnation and all incarnations across space and time, all parallel realities, parallel universes, alternate realities, alternate universes, all planetary systems, all source systems, all dimensions and the Void.

My Beloved Spirit, please release all structures, devices, entities, orientations or effects associated with these vows and agreement. NOW!

In deep love and gratitude, Thank you!

 

I hope these tools prove to be supportive in the commitment to clear your mind and achieve inner peace.

 

~via KrystalAegis.com

FELICITY BUTLER: “Pranic Breathing — Feed Your Energy Body With Light”

We all have an energy body which is a replica of our physical body. It is extremely important to our health and well-being, especially as we move up into the higher frequencies to nurture and feed this energy body. This body can be called our pranic body or etheric body.

The pranic body feeds our energy centers, i.e., chakras, which are spinning vortex gateways that bring in the life-force energy. The chakras are all connected to our endocrine system, which controls the various very important functions of our body.

You can practice very simple visualization/meditation techniques to make sure you are receiving enough chi/life force in your energy system.

I like to do these exercises while walking in nature, and found them very healing when I was going through a traumatic event in my life. If you are near trees you can intentionally bring in their energy, or if you are by water bring in energy from the water. Water is our emotional body. I also visualize bringing the cosmic light down into the earth with each step, and send the earth energy up into the cosmos, creating a rainbow bridge.

The 4 different stages of the pranic breathing technique

Practice each one until you feel comfortable with it.

1. Firstly, imagine you have a hollow tube that is as wide as a circle you can create by placing your thumb and index finger together, like an OK sign. The tube runs from the top of your head to the base of your spine, but you can also extend it up into the universe and down into the center of the earth. On your first inhale imagine bringing up pranic energy from the earth into the hollow tube, hold for a few seconds and then release with a sigh. On the second inhalation imagine bringing in pranic cosmic energy from the Universe, hold for a few seconds and then release with a sign. Practice until you can feel this energy.

2. Carry on as above, only this time as you hold your breath for a few seconds keep your attention on the pranic tube as you exhale with a sigh. On your inhale from the cosmos, hold breath for a second or two while focusing on the pranic tube, then when you release take your attention to your whole physical body. Energy flows where the intention goes. Keep practicing until you can feel a flow of energy from your pranic tube to you whole body.

3. Bring your awareness to your heart chakra, center of your chest, bring yourself into a state of love and gratitude, make sure you can feel this. When you can sense this feeling strongly inhale drawing the prana from the earth into your heart space. Suspend your breath for a while as you focus on your heart chakra, still holding the feeling of love and gratitude. When you let go of your breath move your awareness from your heart into your physical body and allow the now ‘charged’ prana to expand into your whole body.

4. Bring your awareness to your heart chakra. Bring earth prana and cosmic prana simultaneously into the heart center, then exhale.

Imagine that you can feel both the cosmic and earth energies entering you heart chakra with every breath. Visualize your heart chakra expanding with each breath until it fills your whole chest.

Meditate on your expanded heart center, balancing your whole being.

 

~via In5D.com

CONSCIOUS REMINDER: “This ’18 Breaths’ Meditation Will Help You Unlock The Powers Of The Merkaba”

Today, we are going to represent a meditation exercise which is used to unlock Merkaba’s powers.

We should prepare our space where we will meditate and follow the given steps.

This is a really advanced technique in meditation. The meditation exercise for unlocking our Merkaba and its powers consists of eighteen breaths during three stages.

Stage 1: Gaining balance

Every breath that we take is yogic, which means that we inhale through our nose, filling our abdomen, then our diaphragm, and then our chest in this order, and exhale in this same order right before we relax.

Breaths have to be seven seconds apart, although the most important thing is to accomplish consistency, however.

First breath

While we breathe in, we should touch our thumbs to our forefingers. We should imagine how some white light is surrounding us while we open our heart to experience love.

While we breathe out, we should cross our eyes slightly and then look up slowly. We may feel some energies trickling down our spine.

From the second to the fifth breath

The breaths from the second to the fifth one are identical, except we need to change the position of our hands or our “mudra.”

With every breath that we take, we should move our thumb along one finger, meaning that our fifth breath happens when we are touching our little fingers.

Sixth breath

We should come back to the mudra like in our second breath, having our thumb on our middle finger.

During this position, we have to feel clear, balanced, and polarized. When we don’t feel like that, we should repeat the stages until we do.

Stage 2: Build our pranic energy.

The stage number two will build our pranic energy, which we need for the last stage.

From the seventh to the thirteenth breath

We have to change our mudra in order for our thumbs to meet our middle fingers and forefingers. Every time we breathe in, energy is going to flow right from the energy tube’s bottom or top, building the sphere of the white light in our navel.

With every exhale, this sphere is going to become more powerful, stretching our chakra system towards its limits, and stretching those limits for our following breath too.

Fourteenth breath

Right after the thirteenth breath, out pranic energy will be stable. On breath number fourteen, we need to breathe in to permit this pranic sphere actually to shift from our navel to our sternum. We will lock it right where it is if we breathe out.

If all this doesn’t work, we need to return and try once again. If we haven’t achieved our pranic stability, the last four breaths are not going to work.

Stage 3: Spin our Merkaba

During the last stage, we have to stabilize and also speed up our Merkaba rotation. We have to change our mudra once again for the rest of the breaths. For females, the right palm has to be placed over the left one, and vice versa for males.

Fifteenth breath

We should imagine how opposing tetrahedrons are spinning in opposite directions. In fact, one of the males is spinning counter-clockwise, while one of the females is spinning clockwise.

We should breathe in as before; however, before we do that, we should make a small hole with our lips and exhale with pressure. While we do that, the speed of rotation of those tetrahedrons is going to increase too.

Sixteenth and seventeenths breaths

We are supposed to do the same; however, we should first increase our speed of doing it. While the speed increases, we should feel how the energy builds.

We should also make sure that both rotate at an identical speed, and when we lose our balance, we should stop.

Eighteenth breath

In fact, with this final breath, we should permit our higher selves to inhabit our bodies as our Merkaba will reach its full power. We may also experience a short period of “being elsewhere,” and euphoria will come together with it.

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com

ERIC RAINES: “Pearl of Awareness Meditation”

 

This is a quick, simple tutorial in how to create a high vibratory space and use it to gather all aspects of you and your focus that is outside of you and your reality, bringing everything back into center.

 

~via UnleashingNaturalHumanity.com

DEJAN DAVCEVSKI: “Practice Deep Breathing Each Day For 5 Minutes!”

MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW HOW POWERFUL DEEP BREATHING CAN BE.

The past couple of months we focused on activities you should do, how you should improve your nutrition and eating habits.

This month we will do something easier and simpler, however, something that has possibly the highest potential of improving the quality of your life.

Most people don’t know how to breathe properly.

They do not activate their full breathing capacity. However, when you breathe fully you refresh your whole being.

You won’t believe how good you will feel just after 1 minute of deep breathing. If you manage to make it a daily habit you will drastically improve the quality of your life.

Practice deep breathing each day for 5 minutes!

The best time to do this is different for everyone and different days might even demand different moments when you should practice it.

However, if you want to make it a habit, choose what’s better for you, mornings or evenings, and create a reminder to take deep breaths for 5 minutes.

Find a relaxing position, or you can do it standing if you can’t find where to sit. And just breathe. Inhale fully in 3 seconds, hold 4 seconds, exhale in 5 seconds.

Do this for 5 minutes each day and notice how you feel after each session. This is a powerful habit for relaxation, bringing mind clarity and refreshing your emotions.

It’s also purifying for your body and spirit as deep breaths activate your full breathing capacity and take away negativity.

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com