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Working with the Higher Self is a process. There will be times when you experience It fully in the meditation exercises and at other times nothing happens.

Meditation exercises that help you connect with the Higher Self  can be very evasive. It may appear and then quickly disappear. The more you persist in contacting It, the stronger It will become.

The following are Higher Self Meditation Exercises. I suggest you do all of them one at a time, on a different day, to determine which one works best for you

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The Meadow Meditation Exercise

Sit down in a comfortable chair.

Close your eyes and feel your whole body relaxing.

First your feet are going to relax, then your legs, your thighs, your stomach, chest, shoulders and arms, your neck and head. Now your whole body is feeling relaxed.

Take some deep breaths and center yourself by linking with your heart chakra, which is located in the center of your chest. With each breath feel the cares of the day dissolving into nothing and try to let go of any thoughts and feelings.

Now imagine yourself standing in the middle of a meadow. It is a beautiful summer day, the sun is shining brightly and there is a soft breeze blowing.

Experience the meadow around you

  • The trees, the green grass with wildflowers growing, and the mountains in the distance. You can smell the sweetness of the air and feel the warmth of the sun and the gentleness of the breeze.
  • You may want to take your shoes off and feel the grass under your feet.
  • In the distance, across the meadow, a figure appears and slowly walks toward you. You know the figure is your Higher Self. As It comes closer, try to sense what It looks like. Is It a man or a woman? Is It just a light or is It a body feeling? The Higher Self will come to a stop in front of you.
  • When you feel you are experiencing It, imagine the sun shining down on It and notice if It changes. When It stays the same or gets brighter, then It is your Higher Self. After it disappears or gets dark, tell it to leave, and try the exercise again.
  • If you see It as a figure, imagine reaching out and holding the hands of your Higher Self, linking your heart to Its heart. Feel Its energy flowing to you. How does it feel?
  • Just as you feel connected, ask the Higher Self questions that can be answered with a signal for a “yes” answer, a “no” answer, or a “maybe” answer.
  • When you feel ready to end the conversation, ask the Higher Self if It has anything else it needs to tell you.
  • Listen to Its answer, which may take the form of actual words, thoughts, or impressions.
  • Then thank your Higher Self and take note of everything that has happened during the meditation exercises.

The Garden Meditation Exercises

  • Imagine you are entering a walled garden. The entrance has a trellis of climbing roses over it. As you enter you see two paths. The one on the left continues to follow beds of roses. The one on the right has a variety of flowers arranged by color. Some beds are golden, full of lilies and smaller orange and yellow flowers. There are also beds of blue and purple hyacinth and iris.
  • Imagine your favorite flowers in the beds.
  • This path continues down to a small paved circle of stone with a bench on it.
  • You sit down on the bench. Your Higher Self is coming down the opposite path and sits down next to you on the bench.
  • When you feel you are experiencing It, imagine the sun shining down on It and notice if It changes.
  • If It stays the same or gets brighter, then this is your Higher Self. After it disappears or gets dark, tell it to leave, and try the exercise again.
  • Maybe you choose to walk down the path of rose beds you will see all varieties and colors of roses.
  • This path also comes to a round paved circle of stones with a bench on it, and you also see the Higher Self coming down the opposite path to sit down next to you on the bench. When you feel connected, ask the Higher Self questions that can be answered with a signal for a “yes” answer, a “no” answer, or a “maybe” answer.
  • When you feel ready to end the conversation, ask the Higher Self if It has anything else it needs to tell you.
  • Listen to Its answer, which may take the form of actual words, thoughts, or impressions.
  • Then thank your Higher Self for the connection through the meditation exercise.

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The Lake Meditation Exercises

  • Pretend you are in a boat on a beautiful lake.
  • Imagine are rowing or paddling toward an island. After pulling up to the island and dock your boat. You get out of the boat and walk down a path that takes you to a pavilion that overlooks the lake.
  • There is a bench where you wait for the Higher Self. You see It is in a boat on the lake, and It comes to a dock in front of you and gets out and meets you on the pavilion.
  • Just as you feel you are experiencing It, imagine the sun shining down on It and notice if It changes.
  • When you feel connected, ask the Higher Self questions that can be answered with a signal for a “yes” answer, a “no” answer, or a “maybe” answer.
  • When you feel ready to end the conversation, ask the Higher Self if It has anything else it needs to tell you. Listen to Its answer, which may take the form of actual words, thoughts, or impressions.
  • Then thank your Higher Self  and write down everything you experienced from the meditation exercises.

The House Meditation Exercises

  • Imagine you are sitting in your home meditating. The doorbell rings and you go to the door and open it. On the other side is your Higher Self. It enters and sits down across from you.
  • After you feel you are experiencing It, imagine the sun shining down on It and notice if It changes. When it stays the same or gets lighter, then It is your Higher Self. If it goes away or gets dark, tell it to leave, and try the exercise again.
  • Whilst you feel connected, ask the Higher Self questions that can be answered with a signal for a “yes” answer, a “no” answer, or a “maybe” answer. When you feel ready to end the conversation, ask the Higher Self if It has anything else it needs to tell you.
  • Listen to Its answer, which may take the form of actual words, thoughts, or impressions.
  • Then thank your Higher Self and write down everything that has happened during the meditation exercises.
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Inspired With Life

Meditation and yoga have been a subject matter which I have been practicing on a daily basis for several years now.

I came about this through a life changing accident in New Zealand in 2010 this changed my way of thinking and has led me on the spiritual path.

You can read about my personal experience here > http://inspiredlifecolintandy.strikingly.com/blog/a-critical-rescue

Anyone can learn to connect with their soul if they put some time into the practice. This is something you can do in your own meditations but just be aware that it gets easier with practice and you will get better at it with meditative practice, so don’t be discouraged if you are not successful in the beginning of doing this. I wasn’t very effective in the beginning either. You start by getting in a good quiet state of meditation where you feel internally connected with your inner being.

Once you understand that your life at this moment is part of a much larger continuum than the few decades you will inhabit this body, you open yourself to the high calling and noble journey of cooperatively joining with your soul in its evolution.

Namaste