To begin the Merkaba meditation technique it is advised that you dedicate a space in your home to the meditation. The space should be somewhere peaceful and quiet where you will not be disturbed. You may also like to include a candle, an altar and a cushion, though this are optional.
Markaba is said to allow the practitioner to achieve “Ascension” to the fourth dimension, thereby freeing them from the three dimensional limitations in which we live. This is the traditional belief of the Merkaba meditation.
To begin to do the merkaba sit and relax and allow your worries and thoughts to subside. Aim to breathe shallowly and rhythmically. When your stress subsides feel love inside yourself. Focus on your breathing and allow the feeling of love to enter deep into your body. It is important to achieve this state of love before continuing.
How to do the merkaba Meditation Technique: The Seventeen Breaths
The merkaba technique involves seventeen breaths. of those seventeen breaths, the first six are used to balance and cleanse your electrical circuits. There are then seven breaths used to build the flow of prana in the body. The fourteenth breath is used to balance prana and to create awareness of the fourth dimension. The final three breaths are then used to create the flow of merkaba around your body.
This video will explain the seventeen breaths of the merkaba technique.
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