The 5 Principles of Intuitive Meditation

The 5 Principles of Intuitive Meditation

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These 5 principles give you the framework and structure to a successful Intuitive Meditation.

  1. Intention
  2. Breath
  3. Heart Space Connection
  4. Inner Guidance / Intuition
  5. Grounding / Centering

1. Intention

Setting the intention of what you want to achieve is essential. The intention sets the tone and overall purpose of the Intuitive Meditation.

During our client sessions we use Intuitive Meditation with purpose and not just for relaxation or to feel good in that moment. Therefore, it is essential that we, as the practitioner, understand what the intention is and also to convey this to our client so they can be involved in the process and take ownership of what is happening.

2. Breath

The breath takes us within our bodies and away from the superficial world around us. It grounds us into our inner world.

Focusing on our breath is a powerful tool, and can be used just by itself, but here in our Intuitive Meditation technique we use it to ground the client within the space and intention of what we are going to achieve with the Intuitive Meditation. It brings the client’s awareness out of their logical / analytical Left Brain thinking and into their body. In this space the client begins to let go of the thinking and starts to focus on their feelings.

3. Heart Space Connection

Here we connect to our Heart Space, this is the connection point to our higher consciousness and inner knowing. By bringing in this connection we are aligning ourselves to our highest good and raising our vibration.

We can do this in many ways; primarily it is done by bringing your attention to the heart space with thought or touch and then igniting feelings of joy, gratitude, freedom and love here in this space. The option of bringing in a colour or Heart Chakra connection is also available here.

4. Inner Guidance/Intuition

Our inner guidance and intuition is the key to all answers and complete healing.

The previous 3 steps have set us up for success here, our client is aligned and here we take our client on a journey (through meditation) to bring in their own visual awareness of what is happening.

This intuition will drop into their consciousness as a thought, word, image, sound, person, song, book, sensation on the body etc. There is no right or wrong here, everything is perfect in our intuition.

5. Grounding/Centering

This is an important step to ground back into reality and in the now.

This is done through breath, gentle movement to the body and looking around the room. Often a glass of water is very helpful here.

Please note that a key component of any type of Intuitive Meditation is to create a space after for integration and allowing the experience to settle. When you are meditating by yourself this is done in a space of silence and stillness.

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