Sunday, April 22, 2012

Air, Water, and Fire

A Winter Tale - Martin Lass

Backbone Trail Three

Air, Water, and Fire

by James Clair Lewis

This exercise uses an internal mantra which is "Aleph Mem Sheen". It is an internal mantra, because you sound it in your mind, and not out loud. Mentally sound this mantra twice at each energy center in the sequence. You visualize a ball of light energy at each stage, and expand it when you inhale, and contract it while you exhale.

The first energy center is the cerebellum & pineal at the back of the head. The second is at the thalamus in the center of the head between the ears. The third is the pituitary gland just above & between the eyes. The fourth is the hypothalamus & brain stem just below the thalamus, & here you may choose to curl your tongue backward to touch the roof of your mouth. The fifth is at the center of the throat at the thyroid gland. The sixth is in the center of the upper chest at the thymus gland. The seventh is the solar plexus. The eight is the navel, & here you may visualize a spiral of of golden light entering & exiting your body along with the mantra. The ninth is the gonads. The tenth is the anal sphincter.

After a few minutes of meditation to attain calm & clarity, expand & contract your whole aura with the mantra four times. Now, begin with the first energy center, & gradually bring the energy down to the tenth in sequence. Then expand & contract your whole aura with the mantra four times. Now slowly bring the energy back up, beginning with the tenth, & working up through all of the others, until you get to the first. Finally expand & contract your whole aura four more times with the mantra. Rest.

These animated Moving Mandalas are very large files. Please click on the pic, and wait for it to load. The Contemplation will be very enabling, carrying your Mind beyond the mundane world

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