To keep your aura bright and clear, work with the chakra colors. Each day pick a color and confirm that you will pay attention throughout your day and work to balance the chakra that the color represents. Often, we subconsciously choose which chakra we should actively balance. The color of your clothes, the food choices you make throughout the day can be subtle hints that a certain chakra needs some attention. Pay attention to these signs they are like an early warning system. Throughout your day as you take note of your chosen color, say to yourself, "I release all fear, pain and repressed emotions with love into the universe."
What started as a Millions of Dollar Top Secret U.S. military intelligence program , has now evolve into a worldwide civilian Remote Viewing community. Interestingly, Remote Viewing Techniques have been in existence for many centuries, and have been experimented for spiritual and human consciousness growth. As a Spiritual Magazine, we will be limiting our Remote Viewing session to bit more of spiritual nature, by Remote Viewing a Celestial Sanctum in our first session.
Devavani means "divine voice," the energy of existence which moves through the meditator, who becomes an empty channel of expression. If done in the evening, it deeply relaxes the mind and creates a profound sleep and inner peace.Devavani meditation lasts for one hour. There are four stages of 15 minutes each. Keep your eyes closed throughout.
Qigong is the venerable Chinese art and science of becoming aware of this life's energy, and learning how to manage it's flow through a precise choreography of posture, movement, respiratory technique, and meditation.A living soul acquires qi from the food by eating, from the air by breathing, and from interacting with their surroundings. In the body, qi represents the unseen essential force that sustains a lifetime. A person becomes ill or dies when the amount or category of qi is unbalanced within the body. Qigong practice involves the manipulation and balance of the qi within the practitioner's body, and it's interaction with the practitioner's surroundings. The method and ultimate goal for the practice is dependent on the practitioner.