Natural Energy Technique
A technique to re-connect natural energys
To begin, either stand with your feet firmly planted on natural
earth, or just sit on your rump. While it can technically be done anywhere, I strongly recommend doing it outside on a natural
surface like a patch of grass. Calm your mind and adjust your breathing to a slower and deeper rate. Visualize roots made
of pure light extending from your feet or the base of your spine and extend these roots deep into the earth. When you go deep
enough, you should sense a large reservoir of raw energy. With the roots dipped into this source, soak energy up as you inhale,
letting the light spread into every corner of your body visualizing it being pulled through your tendrils and allow it flow
into your body. Take in a good drink.
You can use meditation visualization techniques to harness the energy of your imagination. To begin with you
may find practicing your imagery or visualization for about 15 - 20 minutes a day initially to ensure that you're learning
to do it properly.
Many people find it easiest to do
in bed in the morning and at night before falling asleep, however as you become more experienced and comfortable with the
technique, you'll be able to do it for just a few minutes at a time as required throughout the day.
Breathing is very important during all forms of meditation;hence the old phrase, "Take
a deep breath and count to ten" is more than just a phrase. Imagery and meditation visualization techniques are at the center
of relaxation techniques, designed to release brain chemicals that act as natural brain tranquilizers, lowering blood pressure,
heart rate, and anxiety/stress levels.
Imagery meditation can be practiced in a group with one person describing a scene to imagine, followed by
another person in the group giving consideration to and adding to the image and so forth, building on the images and deliberate
thought in their minds. It may also be practiced individually, imagining your own scene and building on it. This state of meditation
remains until either the guide brings everybody back from meditation or until your individual time of rumination comes to
an end. Following this session, as with all mediation techniques, spend some time of reflection on the experience, what you
discovered and any questions that might have arisen. Often, many people who practice this enjoyable and simple technique find
it very useful and rewarding .