The stillness at the end of the Heart Integration Meditation was palpable. We were midway into the first class of our new online Akashic Records course. I’d finished speaking. I looked at my computer screen. All eyes were closed. No one moved. The silence was beyond the mute button. The stillness felt holy. We all were connected to our eternal, Divine hearts.
We’d started with our breath, breathing fully and relaxing. Allowing eyelids to close, and relaxing. Focusing on our heart centers, placing one or both hand over our hearts, taking several more breaths, we relaxed still more. Dissolving tension, soreness with our breath, we surrendered. Imagining our breath coming in through our hearts, and then out. In through our hearts, and out.
Connecting With the Light of the Divine
Sensing, imagining a light within our hearts, we invited our Heart Lights to expand. Filling every cell of our bodies with light. Breathing that light through our hearts, out to our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels of being. Concentrating that light again in our heart centers, breathing it warmer, lighter, brighter. And connecting it with the Light of the Divine.
Are you beginning to feel it too? That Divine stillness? Centered in this energy, the guidance of our Records simply slips in. This silence offers no obstacle. In this stillness nothing blocks our soul’s wisdom and healing energy. All that’s left for us is to allow.
“Why wouldn’t we just start our day like this?” asked someone in the class.
“It’s a great way to start the day,” I replied. “Whether you use it to center before you open your Akashic Records, or just to connect to your Divine Heart, it’s a wonderful morning practice.” And it’s true. Heart Integration is a simple yet powerful pathway to our inner wisdom, whether it’s part of an Akashic Records practice, or not.
Many Uses Every Day
People put this six-minute meditation to work in many other ways as well. Some use it to center and focus before beginning a creative project. Others find it helpful for unwinding after a bad day at work, or a conflict-ridden conversation. In this space we used it a couple of years back to connect to our own gratitude. And when I listen to this meditation on a plane, I barely notice take off. No surprise, it also is a great way to end the day. Even those who tend to have trouble find it helps them drift into sleep.
Yes, Rumi was right. “Silence is the language of God. All else is poor translation.”
No wonder silence is often bliss.
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