• Breathing exercises and relaxing the physical body
as deeply as possible.
Relax the mind, relax the body,
allow the energy to move through you
and visualize it moving in spirals up the spine
and out of your crown.
• Stay as present in the now moment as possible,
work on the mind stillness with the steps of;
Observe, Discern, Accept and Neutral to remain in Observer Point.
Clear and refocus your mind away from fear and controlling the result.
• Take care of what you eat and drink,
eat smaller and simpler meals.
The body has to work harder to digest,
so pay attention and listen to what the body really wants to eat.
• Stay hydrated and soak in water or take salt baths.
Toning, meditating and singing in the bath, can help immensely.
• Allow yourself quiet time, rest and stay away
from people and circumstances that are emotionally
theatrical, manipulating and controlling.
Be sure to clear yourself of engaging in these tendencies.
Seek to find more harmony, peace and balance in one’s life.
• Research Ascension to be informed,
speak and communicate with those people that understand and have experienced the same.
Know that this is normal for humans to have spiritual awakenings,
and many people are undergoing the exact same things that you are.
• If your body feels constricted, engage in a physical activity
or stretching to help the body be more open and relaxed.
Be in Nature or walks with your pet, gentle movement or massage processes. Intend to stay grounded and to ground your internal spirit in your body.
• If one has had serious abuse or trauma,
therapy or counseling may be helpful,
with the intention to safely release trauma in a confidential space, held by a qualified or trusted individual.
Focus on releasing issues related to the trauma, with a therapist that is experienced and compassionate
and understands spiritual orientation
as a motivation and support for the process of healing.
higher self meditation
-The Great Bell Chant(The end of Suffering)
-Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush
-Magic Mantra-reverse negative to positive - by SatKirin Kaur Khalsa