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Pink Bubble Technique

Sunday, June 15, 2008

This meditation exercise is simple and wonderfully effective. I'm posting it today because we have completed our first week of visualizing for others and now it's time to release that one and begin to think of what we'd like to bring into our own lives.

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Sit or lie down comfortably, close your eyes, and breathe deeply, slowly, and naturally. Gradually relax deeper and deeper.

Imagine something that you would like to manifest. Imagine that it has already happened. Picture it as clearly as possible in your mind.

Now, in your mind's eye, surround your fantasy with a pink bubble; put your goal inside the bubble. Pink is the color associated with the heart, and if this color vibration surrounds whatever you visualize, it will bring you only that which is in perfect affinity with your being.

The third step it to let go of the bubble and imagine it floating off into the universe, still containing your vision. This symbolizes that you are emotionally "letting go" of it. Now it is free to float around in the universe, attracting and gathering energy for its manifestation.

There is nothing more you need to do.

1 comments:

shirley said...

So, if the bubble immediately pops, does that mean that what you've visualized is already a done deal? or does it mean that it's not gonna happen??

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