Using Meditation to Clear Blockages

In human bodies, there are seven primary Chakras. Each one has a name, a role, an impact, and a color. They are the human body’s seven energy centers. 

The chakras represent the various stages that we must go through in order to reach nirvana. We begin at the bottom and work our way up. The crown center is the pinnacle, which is nearly impossible to achieve.     

We focus on the base center in meditation, bringing a bright light up through each chakra to the crown center and back, taking deep breaths with our nose and gently releasing through our mouth while only focusing on the light and chakras.

You’ll know whether there’s a blockage if you can feel it. This is why, before you begin, you must first learn about chakra meditation. It’s a fantastic technique to clear your body of toxins. If one of your chakras is blocked, you will experience weird sensations or feelings; simply relax and stop or continue focusing on that chakra to determine the source of the problem.

Any obstruction can be removed and mended. This is what causes people to feel unbalanced. Usually, one or more of their chakras are blocked. It is necessary to meditate in a tranquil and quiet environment. With your feet on the ground and your palms facing up, take a seat. Before you begin, close your eyes, and take a few deep breaths to help you relax. Then begin your chakra meditation by visualizing a brilliant light.

Mystic Pam Jackson | Spiritual Life Coaching & Instructor | Intuitive Readings & Healings

Quantum Mechanics

The new physics of the beginnings of the twentieth century gave a mortal blow to the deterministic principles of the old school of thought.

Time and space became relative notions according to the theory of relativity of Albert Einstein. Quantum physics stated that all particles of matter could be viewed either as material bodies or as waves. It allowed for one electron (or any other particle) to be in two locations at once (double slit experiment) and proved that one could not predict the next location of a particle by knowing its present one.

In the strange world of quantum physics, particles dematerialized themselves into waves (such as in transistors) and rematerialized themselves later into particles. This depended on the type of experiment they were subjected to, and most importantly: the choice made by a conscious observer as to how he or she would view these particles.

To most theorists, the phenomena of nature existed only as determined states as a conscious observer witnessed them, either directly, or through the artifacts of a measuring device. Quantum mechanics was born, and with it our view of reality would be forever changed.

In the same field of quantum theory, time is not only relative, but one can experimentally change the past, as the delayed choice experiment, carried out by scientists in the 80’s at the University of Maryland and the University of Munich has proven.

Although this all seems to belong to the realm of science-fiction, it is a reality! You should never doubt your natural-born ability to operate at such a high vibratory level of thought.

If we are in the process of constantly creating our reality by thinking about it in an individualized and global manner, and that science reflects but a snapshot of our attempt at understanding our Creation, a major shift in our thought- perception will induce totally different ways at experiencing the phenomenal world and controlling it to our desires.

All aspects of our lives in this new Millennium will, most likely, be profoundly transformed by it.

The introduction of consciousness as a major factor in the equation of reality by modern quantum physics is at the core of one of the major paradoxes of so-called psychic research. According to quantum physics, the thought of the observer has an influence upon the result of an experiment. Therefore, if we are co-creator of our reality by mere thought, the natural imbued skepticism of many scientists and their methodologies introduce a negative bias in the results that they would obtain in thought experiment such as “remote viewing” etc.

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Self-Forgiveness: A Path to Healing

In our journey to inner peace and healing, both guilt and forgiveness of self and others have a profound effect on this process. Guilt is defined as a feeling of culpability especially for imagined offences or from a sense of inadequacy; a self-reproach; and forgiveness as the act of forgiving or the ceasing of feeling resentment against an offender. Guilt and lack of forgiveness of self and others burdens many people with the heavy weight of inappropriate shame and the destruction of deep-seated resentments.

In recent years, much has been written about the destructiveness of repressed emotions and particularly anger and resentment in contributing to life-threatening illnesses.

The belief that feeling emotion means we are weak is a dreadful legacy to burden people with. Teaching people that strength means not feeling or denying our feelings is tantamount to creating illness. Beliefs such as ‘big boys don’t cry’ and ‘good girls don’t get angry’ has resulted in men and women who are unable to get in touch with what they actually feel. Depression is thought to be caused by anger turned inward and is only one of the symptoms of the need to protect ourselves from the scorn associated with expressing feelings. Many other illnesses and particularly the addictions are theorized to be expressions of a deep level of emotional pain.

Why won’t we forgive? I believe it starts from our unwillingness to forgive ourselves. We believe that we are undeserving of love, respect, acceptance, appreciation, and the right to live a life where we walk in peace, joy, harmony, and abundance. Somewhere along the line, we started to believe that all the rules and regulations of the society in which we live defined who we were supposed to be. We stopped trusting and believing in our own inherent worth and came to believe that we were ‘not good enough.’ Messages such as ‘you failed,’ or ‘you should’ became a litany for us to abuse ourselves with guilt. I call it abuse because it is just as painful when we do it to ourselves as when others do it to us. We became judge and jury and found ourselves guilty of our perceived offences. When the primary caregivers such as parents, teachers, and other societal influences are unable to love themselves unconditionally, this ‘learned attitude’ is passed on to the next generation as shame to control behavior.

This sense of shame differs from guilt in that guilt is about behavior. Shame is deeper and more pervasive. It is about your being and feelings of inferiority, inadequacy, being bad and unlovable become the conviction underlying your life. Children grow up believing they are ‘not good enough’ and become the caregivers for the next generation. And so, it goes, on and on. I am not blaming the parents and caregivers here as we parent the way we were parented. My own definition of maturity is that maturity is achieved when we can forgive our parents and other significant adults for being human.

What Is Self-forgiveness?

Self-forgiveness is the willingness to believe that you are worthy, that there are no mistakes rather, you are on the planet, or in Earth School (as some people call it) to learn about being human. The opportunities to learn are just that – not mistakes – just opportunities to learn.

Practical Steps to Self-forgiveness

  1. Examine how you perceived a certain situation and how you can chose to change your perception. Remember that the thoughts we think create the feelings, and it is our perception that creates our interpretations of the situation.
  2. Accept yourself and your humanness – you are not supposed to be perfect.
  3. Admit when you make a mistake.
  4. Remember that everybody is doing the best they can with what they know, and that includes you.
  5. Let go of past-future thinking, stay in the ‘Now.’
  6. Confront your emotional pain – own your own ‘stuff.’
  7. Appreciate the lessons that have contributed to your growth and made you who you are now.
  8. Say ‘I forgive myself for ____________ (whatever).’

Are you tired of holding onto anger? Ready to begin the healing process? Are you ready to forgive or at least start the process of forgiveness? For me, forgiveness has been a healing journey for myself and for my mother and as I forgave her, I began to forgive myself. I offer VIP Emotional Reboot Boot and continuous support at your process through your spiritual journey of forgiveness. Book your power session here.

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