We have been placed on this planet to be purified so that we can be restored to our rightful place, our rightful mind, and our rightful freedom.
If we don’t get in the way of its process, the earth will do its job, and our spirits will return through the kingdom of righteousness, and our time on earth will be healthy, happy, free, and filled with purpose.
Healing meditation is essential for the elimination of that which allows for obsessive thought to exist.
There is a presence that draws down through everything around us, including our bodies. The more aware we become of this presence and its action of removing electricity from our bodies, the more aware we can become of the awakeness of everything around us.
If we try to hold on to this presence, we will instantly become blind to it and to its action, and to the awakeness all around us.
All injury, illness, disease and defect come from our holding on to that which flows through us. Attachment to things or ideas is nothing more than an attachment, or holding on to, the electricity that has allowed the idea to take life.
As more ideas try to pass through us there becomes a clog; a place where more than one perfect manifestation exists at the same place and at the same time.
This clog cannot exist in the four-dimensional kingdom of purity because everything there is in its rightful place.
As long as we remain attached to a thing or an idea we are blind to the kingdom of purity, and eventually, we even forget that it is right here with us.
“When you keep thinking about the sense of objects, attachment comes. Attachment breeds desire, the lust for possession that burns to anger. Anger clouds judgment; you can no longer learn from past mistakes. Lost is the power to choose between what is wise and what is unwise, and your life is utter waste. But when you move amidst the world of sense, free from attachment and aversion alike, there comes the peace in which all sorrows end, and you live in the wisdom of the Self.” Bhagavad Gita 2:62-65
Healing requires nothing more than letting go of our attachment, but such a requirement is nearly impossible without also seeing where our mind then goes.
Self-healing meditation occurs in three simultaneous steps. First, releasing the electricity that holds ideas at this moment. Second, allowing our brains to access the knowledge of the universal mind which is eternal in time. And third, accepting the beauty that no part of our landscape or existence is holding still or independent.
Through guided meditation for healing, we become mindful of these three steps as they are the death of the two-dimensional obsessions, the reconnection to the holiness of the four-dimensional landscape, and the radiant action of the third dimension.
As the self-healing meditation begins, we begin to recognize the awakeness of the universe passing down around our physical bodies, the love of the universe passing down through our physical bodies, the movement or dancing of the universe passing down as our physical bodies, and it is said “thy faith hath made thee whole.” Bible, KJV