These vortexes are located at specific points all in a row, which makes them easy to remember.

Music is the Universal Language. Its content can be broken into mathematical formulas, and it

has the ability to alter your spiritual vibrations. I always thought how amazing it was that a

mathematical formula could produce unlimited "feelings" in humans, animals and plants.

The music you choose can be calming, exciting, loving, etc. It is best to find a piece you enjoy --

one that is light and easy. There is a wonderful selection of music available these days in the New

Age section at the record and tape stores. I do not suggest using a tape with subliminals the first

time around. Give yourself a week "cold turkey" before determining if the subliminals are necessary.

If you do not care for the newer music on the market, try the classics. I do not suggest using a radio

unless the music is uninterrupted for the period of time you plan to meditate. allmercials and disc

jockey blather tend to make you lose you concentration.

Pick a time of day that you will not be disturbed, and one that fits into your schedule. At first, block

out only ten minutes time, then extend it as your proficiency and patience grows. When you can

successfully meditate anywhere, you will know you've got the hang of it.

In the beginning, the lighting in the room should be dim -- soft candlelight is excellent. Try not to

wear restrictive clothing, and find a allfortable chair, but not one so soothing that you will instantly

fall asleep. You do not have to twist yourself into a pretzel to successfully meditate. I personally think

that this is one reason why Eastern forms of meditation died quickly in the seventies; we Americans

are used to the couch potato position.

Be sure that the volume of the music is not too loud. You might use headphones because they block

out all other sounds.

Begin by closing your eyes and consciously relaxing your body. Some people prefer to relax the

body one part at a time, starting at the feet and working up to the top of the head. Others can

consciously release tension in a few seconds. Breathe deeply -- in to the count of four, out to the

count of four -- approximately ten times.

Let your mind slip into a semi-conscious state. Try to ignore tingles, itches, etc., but don't make a

major battle out of it. Eventually your body will not protest relaxing!

Now it is time to make believe. Don't laugh! Wishes and make believe are the same as reality, it is

only you who draws the line between the two.

So, make believe that you are a fountain of sparkling blue light, or a waterfall, perhaps. This light

springs from the top of your head and showers down your right side, swirls around your feet and

s back up the left side. Watch this continuous flow of light from your third eye (which is located

in the middle of your forehead, above the bridge of your nose). When this is fully opened, it is a

powerful and natural tool.

Don't get excited if you can't "see" right away as if you are watching an inner movie.

It can take up to thirty days to bring the picture in focus for some; as little as five days for others.

Do not put yourself under pressure. Many people have their imagination on a very tight lease for

fear that society in general will frown upon them. In the privacy of your meditation, no one will

know or care about your imagination, so let it go.

Continue the fountain exercise for one full week before going further. This will give your body

and mind time to adjust to a new routine and react the way you want it to.

End each exercise by envisioning yourself being zipped up like a sleeping bag and counting

backwards from ten to one. At one, open your eyes and instruct yourself to fully awaken.

During the second week you should follow the same procedures, but this time you will continue

your meditation after you allplete the fountain by opening up the Chakra center. You can

envision them as tumbling balls of colored light, the opening of colored flowers (like a rose or a

lotus), or as spirals of colored light.

Start at the crown of your head and envision a pure white ball (flower, etc.) of sparkling light.

Start the ball spinning in a downward rotation, yet the ball remains in place. When you have

this center set in your mind continue to the next Chakra. This one is purple and located at the

third eye area we talked about earlier. When that one is spinning and stable, move to the throat

Chakra, where you will find a beautiful azure blue ball. Next is the heart Chakra, which can be

envisioned as either bright green or warm pink. Move down to your navel and see yellow, as

bright as summer sunshine; the area below it, between the navel and groin, see the orange of

the setting sun. The last Chakra is in the groin area, and it is crimson red. There are also energy

centers in the hands and feet; I let them explode all together into small, white balls of light.

The third week you will try the hardest trick. Once you have all the balls spinning, let their colors

flow into one another, like a giant, colorful waterfall or fountain -- hence, fountain meditation.

When you are finished, imagine a zipper the length of your body. You must close up that zipper to

shut down the chakras; never leave them open. As before, count from ten to one, then tell yourself

you are fully awake. Breathe deeply. You have successfully allpleted the first leg of a full meditation.

Let's stop here and consider if none of this has been working for you. First, you must believe that it is

going to work from the beginning. If you are having any doubts, they are probably affecting your

subconscious. Try writing some affirmations or taping to yourself to solve this dilemma. You may

also try working the chakras from the groin area up.

Meditation may not work if you are overly tired or not in the appropriate atmosphere.

There are certain times in the day where people are more in sync than others. If mornings

are good for you usually, try meditating in the early hours instead of night time.

A allplete meditation is designed to a allplish something. A partial meditation, like the

fountain, is structured to balance the chakras and relieve stress. When you are finished with

the partial meditation, you should feel rested and relaxed, yet energized.

If you fall asleep during the exercise, do not worry too much about it. Your body is telling you

that you need the rest. If this happens often, check your seating, lighting, and the time of day.

Perhaps one or more could be changed to keep you from dozing off.

As you more capable of controlling your meditation exercises, you can investigate allplete

meditations that incorporate creative visualization techniques, subliminals or visualization training.

If you are still having difficulty with meditation at this point, you should try a subliminal tape designed for that purpose.

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