Wednesday, 15 February 2012

The Golden Bubble Technique

Yes, I know I'm supposed to talk about love. Instead, I'm going to share with you how to wrap yourself up in a golden bubble to repel negativity. More useful, no? I took this from Soul Psychology by Joshua David Stone:

The Golden Bubble

This is an excellent visualization for when you are feeling overwhelmed with life and assailed by negative thoughts. In times of high stress, you may want to start every morning with this protective, strengthening visualization for your mind and spirit.

Sit quietly and focus on your breath for a few minutes. Allow the negative energies from other people and the outer world to drop away from your consciousness as you tune into the love and guidance radiating from God.

Visualize yourself sitting inside a beautiful protective bubble of golden light. It is exactly the right size, neither cramped and restricting nor vast and lonely. Feel the skin of the protective golden bubble, its tensile strength and its permeability - keeping out all negative energy but allowing in love and positive thoughts and feelings.

The next step is to clear away all the negativity you were carrying when you spun the protective golden bubble around you. Very gently, open a small hole in the skin on the bubble, as though you were dilating the iris of a camera lens. Feel all the negative energy, thoughts, and feelings that may still be inside the bubble rushing out as though being pulled by a vacuum. Breathe out all the darkness and heaviness within you. When this energy has completely cleared, visualize the skin of the golden bubble resealing itself.

Now you're going to breathe in golden white light from the depths of your soul. Feel God's love pouring in, filling the inside of the protective golden bubble with positive energy and positive loving feelings and emotions. Feel yourself becoming balanced, even-minded, peaceful, and joyous. And when you're ready, step out into your day, knowing that the protective golden bubble will surround and support you wherever you go and whatever you do.

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