Basics: Protection

Today’s focus is the basics of our meditations here.

Meditation places the practitioner in a vulnerable place. Your guard is down. You are open to input from divine. You are not really paying attention to the world around you.

How do you keep yourself safe during this time of tuning into Spirit?

You set protection up. Be it a shield, ward, guardian spirit guide. Whatever you are most comfortable with.

With each meditation, we start with the Infinity Breath. That sets into motion a protective sphere of Divine around up. Want it to be an angel? Cool. Prefer a force field. OK. A mirror ball to deflect any unwanted energies away. That works , too.

The point here is to make it what you want, what best serves you. You have complete control over the imagery you use. I offer suggestions, ideas. But ultimately, it’s all about whatever t you need to feel safe so you can dive into your work.

I’ve experienced all sorts of protections. Here are more ideas for you to use in your soul explorations. And when you listen to any of my podcasts, insert your favorite.

  • A blue light – Blue is a color of angels. Michael and Mother Mary, in particular.  They are the heavy hitters of Divine protection.
  • A white light – general protective color of Spirit. Cleansing and uplifting
  • The orbs of love as described in the Infinity Breath episode.

When waking down streets and I really don’t want to be noticed, I imagine heavy shielding, like metal shielding. I am still conscious of my surroundings, but I feel less obvious.

Your Spirit Guides walk with you all the time. And yes I have a meditation which introduces you to your Spirit Guides.

Protective crystals include black stones such as black tourmaline jet, obsidian. They are also quite grounding, and help you stay connected to your body as you meditate. Labradorite, hematite, fluorite, blue kyanite, and apache tear. All of these are easily obtainable.

Most importantly, feel and KNOW you are protected and cared for. Your intention is the most solid tool you can use.

Until Next Time.

Blessings.

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