Daily Dose for Nature

Meditation Techniques for Spells Part 4

Practising techniques such as observing your breathing, reciting mantras, creative visualisation and just sitting peacefully can help you to apply meditation to spell working.

Peace Meditation

Meditation can remove any tension before casting a spell. Sit comfortably and imagine yourself surrounded by white light. You could stare into a candle flame or crystal to focus your mind, or sit by an open window listening to wind chimes.

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Energising Light

Concentrate on your breathing and visualise yourself inhaling the light. Feel it energising and cleansing your body. With each exhaled breath, breathe out any tension, seeing this as black smoke. Continue breathing in light and breathing out smoke, visualising this negatively graduating from black to grey to white light.

Sit a window listening to the gentle sound of wind chimes to still your mind.

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5 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Let everything go. Take a moment to let go of all the responsibilities related to work, loved ones, family, study, and everything else. Let your mind be joyful, relaxed and free from all worry. Then, breathe normally. Relax every muscle in your body. Start to relax from the top of your head down to your forehead. Relax the muscles in your face, eyelids, neck, and muscles in your shoulders, arms, and down to the tips of your fingers. Relax the muscles of your back, your chest, your legs, and all the way down to the tip of your toes. Let every part of your body relax. Don’t let any part of your body contract, tighten, or become tense.

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      1. DiosRaw says:

        Relaxing, thank you. 🖤

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  1. Ryn says:

    Wow this is truly amazing

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    1. GS says:

      Mindfulness of the breath is the simplest and most effective way to relate to our own mind, the ways we cause ourselves and others suffering, and to discover our inherent peace. Each time we sit down to follow the breath, we follow in the footsteps of the Buddha. Not unlike him, we focus on the body breathing, then when we notice we have drifted off into thought we come back to the present moment, over and over again.

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