The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Monday, December 18, 2006

More On Deflecting Discomforting Energies

Have you ever felt - perhaps you were in a hotel room or in somebody's guest house - have you ever felt an energy or a discomfort that seemed to be seeping in from one part of the room.

As I say, if you're in a hotel it might be multiple storied. Perhaps there are people upset above you and the energy seeps in from above or perhaps beyond the windows in the town there has been some upset or tension. I'm going to recommend another way of deflecting that.

If you wear glasses, take them off. If you don't need glasses or any vision aid then simply stare at the wall or ceiling or windows that seem to be the problem area. If it is windows though, I strongly recommend you close the drapes. You don't want to take it in more, a little insulation would be helpful.

Stare at it and notice if you see anything other then the drapes. You let your vision soften a bit you see. For those of you who wear glasses this will be easier - with the glasses off of course.

If you notice some blurry or light spots, this with your glasses off and so on, this can be alright. It might be a benevolent energy.

If you're not sure or you don't notice anything different then try this Living Prayer. You might say, "I am asking that all those benevolent light beings that are available to me now, my guides and other teachers who can be with me now - please come and allow your energy to be all around and about me and be present in front of my eyes as well."

Then if you have felt a discomfort looking at the ceiling for example - look at the ceiling. Stare at it and notice if you see light patterns. If you see them out of the corner of your eye and look in that direction and don't see them any more then that tells you that it would be best to not look at them. Let them be present and let the gift of their presence be noticeable only out of the corner of your eye.

After you have done that, with the area that you feel in the room is where the discomfort is coming, and by after that I mean after you've stared at that area for a minimum of 5 minutes and a maximum of 20 minutes then relax and see if you can get a nap or go to sleep. There is a better chance of waking up fully rested and having had pleasant dreams after doing this.

Give it a try and see how you feel about it. Goodlife to you all and goodnight.

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