Category Archives: Basic Techniques

Light Up Your Chakras With a Simple “Fountain Method”

This is a simple way to begin working with your chakras.  I’ve spent days writing this article, playing with this technique and tweaking it to make it as simple and direct as I can, so that you can start enjoying it as quickly and easily as possible.  You’ll know when you get it right, because the overall feeling of this is pretty outstanding.

What I’ve noticed from doing this method is a heightened sense of wakefulness, improved energy overall, better mental focus, and just being more…  present, in general.

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A Simple “Grounding” Technique

I’m sure we’ve all had the experience of finding ourselves feeling spacey, unfocused, scattered…

Sometimes, this is due to simple lack of sleep, improper diet, dehydration, and other physiological issues.

At other times, however, we’ve allowed ourselves to lose connection with the very earth that sustains us in more ways than just providing food, water and shelter.

So here’s a very simple technique to help you center, ground and focus yourself.

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The Meditation of Doing

One of the biggest misunderstandings of meditation that I’ve found, both in myself and others, is that to meditate, one must sit silently and do nothing for a specific period of time.

If you’re a naturally “still” person, this can be bliss in, and of, itself.

If you’re a more active kind of person, this can be friggin booooooooooring!

(Ironically, that boredom might be exactly what you need to master your inner stillness!)

However, meditation isn’t just sitting in lotus position on a yoga mat on the floor and breathing in incense.

So let’s clear up a basic meditation misunderstanding.

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