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Midsummer Meditation

 

Being able to meditate is a valuable skill, especially in today’s hectic world. Drawn from ancient disciplines, it is still totally right for our times.  Most, if not all religions encourage some form of contemplation, but the techniques of meditation as they are taught today are often drawn from Buddhism. The ultimate goal of meditation is a union with the Divine, but for the great majority of us that idea seems too distant. An experience of tranquillity, a pleasant detachment, a sense of there being ‘something greater’ is what we seek, and what can be found in meditation, along with a host of health benefits that come with reduced stress. These include lowered blood-pressure, a better immune system, less frequency of life-threatening diseases and a general sense of wellbeing. Meditating involves shifting your state of mind, moving into another level of awareness. This isn’t difficult, but requires practice. Check out the other articles on the website (see above) for hints and tips to go about this. Then you’ll be ready to start the Midsummer Meditation.

 


The meditation can be done in a group, if you wish.  You can record the instructions if you like, or memorise them – whatever works best for you.  Relax and begin…
 
‘It is very early on Midsummer morning and the sun has not yet risen.  You are walking along an open plain and ahead of you, silhouetted against the lightening sky, stands a large mount, on top of which is a stone circle….
 
‘Around you the countryside seems to be stirring.  It’s as if the earth knows that sunrise is not far away.  You approach the mount and you see there is a path, going straight to the summit.  You follow this path, noticing the stones beneath your feet and the daisy-studded grass beside.  There may be other plants and other wildlife as you climb…..
 
‘You reach the top and find yourself standing beneath a huge dolmen, which forms part of the stone circle.  You are at the start of a ceremonial aisle, leading towards a massive, flat white stone that looks like an altar.  Beyond the altar exactly opposite you, there stands another dolmen, framing the peachy sky….
 
‘As you watch and wait, figures in white robes emerge from behind the stones.  There is one at your side – you feel the wisdom, gentleness and immense power of this being as you are guided to stand in a dip, seemingly made for your feet.  You realise your eyes are on a level with the altar which in turn aligns with the horizon, through the frame of the dolmen opposite…
 
‘The white-robed beings begin to chant.  The sound is wonderful – uplifting and magical.  Around you the stones seem to amplify the chant, until the sky resonates with its beauty…
 
‘Suddenly, everything around you becomes bright.  The robes of the chanting beings scintillate, the grass glows emerald and the stones sparkle like a million crystals.  From the centre of the far dolmen a shaft of light beams out.  It is as if the surface of the altar is on fire and you are dazzled.  The magnificent sun has risen…
 
‘The chanting continues, with even more joy, and the earth itself seems to be singing.  Your guide takes you by the elbow, motioning you around the altar to the far edge of the circle.  You gaze out at an amazing landscape, vibrant at Midsummer dawn.  What do you see, in this landscape?  What adventures beckon?  Where do you feel motivated to go?  In what way do you feel empowered, or in what way are you experiencing peace, or freedom, or wisdom?  Let yourself absorb the magnificence of the dawn landscape…
 
‘When you are ready, you turn around.  Upon the altar there is an object – a gift for you that symbolises your experience.  Your guide indicates that you should take this.  Now you walk back towards the place where you entered the circle.  You turn, and your guide has joined the ranks of the other robed beings.  You thank them, and bow.  They bow in response, and melt into the stones…
 
‘Slowly you go back along the path down the side of the mount and across the plain.  The landscape is awakening as you return to everyday awareness…’ 
 
Make a note of all you experienced, especially your ‘gift’.  What was it?  What does it mean?  Where can you find this in everyday life?  This is your Midsummer treasure, and it can empower you.
 
 
Of course there are times when you need some knowledge and positive input that you can’t get through meditating. You may also want someone wise to talk to about your experiences when you meditate. Don’t worry – at TheCircle we have all that you could wish for in psychic readings and clairvoyant readings. Why not call us today, to be connected to a medium, or psychic and to feel supported and guided.
 
 
PUBLISHED: 17 JUNE 2015

 

 
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