Meeting Your Spirit Guide

You now have a basic understanding of what a Spirit Guide is and why they exist in your life. Meeting your Spirit Guide for the first time can be a wonderfully exciting experience. A part of what makes it so exciting is probably just knowing that you are not alone and that there is someone out there who really cares for you and loves you unconditionally. Try this visualization meditation technique to make contact with your Guide. Read the procedure several times until you are comfortable with it. When you feel you know what to do, try the meditation. If you do not get anything, don't worry and try again at another time. You don't always get what you want, but you do get what you need. When it is time for you to meet your Guide, it will happen.

1.Prepare an environment that is pleasant to you and ensure you will not be disturbed.

2.Sit or lie down in a comfortable position. Make sure that your spine is straight.

3.Say your Protection Prayer and remember to ask for your Guide to make his or her presence known to you.

4.Clear your mind of any thoughts. Try and create a blank screen in your mind.

5.Imagine that you see yourself sitting somewhere that you feel totally comfortable. Let the image form in your mind.

6.Look around the area that you have created and see if there is a person or animal present. If you see a person, then ask them if they are your Guide. If the person says yes or nods to you, ask them for a Blessing. This is to ensure they come from God. They should be quite pleased to give you a blessing. If you do not get a blessing, send them away by saying "in the name of God, get out" and really mean it.

7.Get to know your Guide. What did he/she/it look like?

8.What did the energy feel like?

9.Did he/she/it say anything to you?

10.Did he/she/it give you anything?

11.When you feel the encounter is complete, open your eyes.

12.Give thanks to God for allowing this encounter to take place.

 
 

For the believer no proof is necessary, for the non-believer no proof is possible (Stewart Chase 1929)

 
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