This meditation has been used as a spiritual protection technique for at least 2 centuries that I am aware of. It has been used by magicians, alchemists, sorcerers, spiritualists, spiritual healers, and by the psychics and shaman of all cultures. It is the best way that I know of to protect you during any and every kind of spiritual, occult and/or psychic endeavor. It can be used for protection from the influence of anyone or anything negative, including demonic, evil, and negative spirits AND people! It has been used for protection from all forms of psychic attack and black witchcraft. It also can be used for healing, as a similar technique has been used by many hospitals for the purpose of cancer patients doing healing meditations.
I learned this meditation when I was a beginning medium, and it changed my life for the better in many ways. As a medium, I was “wide open” to perceiving all things spiritual, and my spiritual light was so bright that it attracted not only highly evolved and positive entities, but also the evil and negative entities who were attracted to my bright spiritual light like a moth to a flame. It is the same for any of you who have natural psychic ability – your light shines so brightly on the other side that you attract anything and everything.
A wonderful side effect of the daily use of this protection ritual over a long period of time is that it raises your spiritual vibratory rate, enabling you to achieve a higher state of spiritual awareness, helping you to evolve spiritually and to develop any psychic and spiritual abilities you might have.Raising your spiritual vibrations automaticly protects you from lower level energies.
Using this powerful meditation and psychic protection technique every day will create a protective aura around you of pure white God-light. You will be totally surrounded and protected from negative energies of any kind. Do this meditation/protection technique 3 times a day for 30 days and it will actually create a new neural connection in your brain.
At that point, the White Light technique becomes a new habit, and you don’t have to work quite so hard or do it quite so often to achieve the same protective effects. You’ll find that after you have been practicing this daily for at least 30 days that you might be able to skip a day or two — even longer, depending on how long you’ve been doing it — and still find that you have the same level of protection and positive and abundant energy.
This powerful psychic protection technique has worked for me in so many ways. It protects me from a myriad of different kinds of entities, it has protected me from the spells of black witchcraft , it protects me from the almost subliminal psychic chatter I heard whenever I was with other people before I started practicing this technique. I use it daily, and I reinforce it before entering a hospital, medical or dental clinic, whenever I see a car accident, and at the start of every psychic session and paranormal exploration.
Many people use this technique every day not just for protection. They use it because it contributes to their sense of general well-being.
During the first 30 days of daily practice, this meditation/protection technique must be practiced THREE TIMES A DAY. What you are really doing, to put it in modern terms, is programming the computer of your mind. The mind accepts programming best when the programming is repeated 3 times a day.
The two most important times to do this technique are:
1)first thing in the morning before your feet hit the floor, and
2)last thing at night before you go to sleep. These times are important because that is when you are closest to the subconscious mind, and it is in the subconscious mind that these new neural connections are made.
3)The 3rd time of day that you practice this meditation technique can be any time during the day that is convenient to you.
After about 30 days of doing this technique you will find that you are protected around the clock, waking and sleeping, without you having to consciously think about it quite as much as you did during the first 30 days. When you do any kind of spiritual or psychic endeavor or exploration or experimention, you will still want to begin with this White Light technique, as it is of utmost importance that you protect yourself at those times. And as I said earlier, this White Light also raises your energy, your vibration, when you do it, and when you do it before meditation or psychic explorations or hypnosis, it will contribute to a better and more positive experience for you.
Doing this meditation only takes a very few minutes at most, and doing it before sleeping and again upon awakening will imprint this into your subconscious mind faster than doing it at any other time during the day. It is important, however, that during your first 30 days of practicing this meditation, that you do it 3 times a day, because that will make it a new habit pattern faster than doing it once or twice a day. After the first 30 days, you might only need to do this mediation technique once a day or once every other day – whatever feels appropriate to you. (I’ve been doing this for years, and it only takes me 10 – 20 seconds!)
All right, here it is:
FIRST — You need to find a time and a place in which you will be undisturbed. If that means taking the phone off the hook, then do that. If you are at work, then go into the bathroom for a couple of minutes and do this very quick and easy meditation. This will only take a 2 or 3 short minutes. Then sit down and make yourself comfortable. Put your feet flat on the floor and let your hands rest on your lap, with the palms facing up. (Or you can sit on the floor in the Lotus position, if you prefer)
SECOND — Place your thumb and index finger, or your thumb and middle finger, together. This is called “mudra” and has been shown in laboratory testing to actually make a connection in the brain that induces a relaxed feeling and light level of meditative trance.
THIRD — Take 3 SLOW deep breaths, making each breath out longer than the breath in before it. … Then … imagine White Light coming down from above and entering your body through the top of your head. … See and feel this White Light filling every part of your body and mind. … Make it real with the power of your mind. See any dark places and spaces that might be within you fill with that White Light. . See it .. feel it .. sense it.. This might take a few minutes the first few times you try it. As you keep doing it more and more it will take less and less time, until it takes just a few seconds to do …. When you see or sense your body AND your mind totally and completely filled with the White Light, then see a little bit of it coming out of your body through your solar plexus, just above your belly button … and then see it surrounding your body like you are surrounded in a protective eggshell of positive White Light. … This White Light is God-energy and it will cleanse and protect you.. KNOW that you are totally protected.. KNOW that you are totally protected..
OPTIONAL *** When you see yourself with the White Light filling you completely and surrounding you completely, you might want to extend that White Light out from you and fill your home or living space with it. To do that, see or sense that White Light again coming from you at your solar plexus, and extending out from you in the form of a cord or rope. See and/or sense that White Light filling and surrounding your home, or filling and surrounding your loved ones. Know that you and they are protected.
I know of no other protection technique you can do that will change your life to the positive and protect you against any and all negative energies, seen and unseen, more than this one. There is no single spiritual practice I’ve ever learned of during my 10 years of metaphysical, spiritual and psychic education that can have this same effect.
Now go and practice this White Light Protection Meditation technique. Make it a part of your daily routine for 30 days. You will feel uplifted and renewed. Some of my clients have even reported that after a few weeks of daily practice, they have contacted their guides or deceased loved ones during their practice of this meditation. And don’t worry if you have trouble visualizing the Light. Some people just aren’t visually oriented. It’s all right as long as you can sense it in some way, whether it’s something that you seem to hear, or simply a “feeling” or just a sense of “knowingness.” Your mind, your Inner Being, and your spirit guides know what you are doing. Try if for a MINIMUM of 30 days. It can only do good for you.
The Clear White Light
The experience of the clear white light is a mystical vision seen with the mind’s eye as vividly as one would see with the physical eyes. We are always seeing light with the third eye in some degree. Close your eyes and envision a large tree standing alone upon a hill covered with flowers bursting out of lush green grass in the field around. Imagine the scene taking place on a sunny day; the clear crisp air in the high altitude brings forth the images distinctly. Put a cloud in the sky for contrast.
The light you have been seeing, as you have been creating these suggested images, one at a time, with your thoughts inspired by what you have been reading, is the inner light flooding through the external mind. Remove the cloud from the picture – the flowers, the grass, and the tree. Inner light alone would remain. This inner light intensified one thousand times would be called “the clear white light”.
The Clear White Light
Whenever man comes to a point in his evolution where he has sufficient mastery in the mind to produce things he suffers for the lack of peace. In his activities on the mental spheres in conceiving, planning, gathering the forces together, and finally viewing the outcome as a physical manifestation, he has exercised an intricate control over the nerve fibers of his awareness. Thus caught in this pattern, he must keep on producing to ensure his mental security, for, should he stop for a moment, the whiplash upon his senses as the generative functions of the third dimension cease to be active would cause paranoic depressions, sometimes almost beyond repair. The man looking into the where and when of the future, blending his energies with those who are also striving to evolve into a more ramified state of awareness can easily suffer if he keeps going, producing, aquiring, and believing that materiality is reality. Evolution of the species takes its toll, for as man’s awareness expands, he is no longer content projecting into the where and when of the material consciousness.
As he seeks
The idea of yoga, union through perceptive control of the flow of thought, and of the generative processes of a perceptive idea before thought is formed, is most satisfying. The cognition of the actinic processes, or his life currents, intrigues him, and he looks further into the practive of Advaita Yoga techniques and finds that peace is gained through a conscious government, first, of the life currents through the body, and second, of the realms of ideas as they flow into thought. And while remaining the observer of it all in the eternity of the here and now, he fully realizes that time, space, and causation are only indicated through holding an off-balanced consciousness of past and future.
The feeling and realization of the here and now intensity of consciousness becomes intriguing to him, and he works daily with Advaita Yoga techniques to strengthen psychic nerve fibers and perfect his artistry in maintaining this awareness. Many things fall away from him as he expands his consciousness through the classical practices of meditation. He loosens the odic bonds of family and former friends; magnetic ties to possessions and places fade out until he is alone – involved only in the refined realms of mind and in the actinic flow of energies. Even if, occasionally, his awareness is brought into a habit pattern or a concept of himself as he used to be, he views it with his new stability in his recently found inner security of being whole. But this, too, quickly fades.
Whenever darkness comes into the material world, it does not affect this centered, enlightened man. He sees light within his head and body as clearly as he does when in states of materialistic consciousness he looks at a glowing light bulb. While involved in innersearching some hidden laws of existence or unraveling the solution to a problem of the outer dimensions of the mind, he sits viewing the inner light, and the light shines through the knitted law of existence clearly.
Showing it in all its ramifications as well as shining out upon the snarled problem and burning it back into proportionate component parts.
Thus becoming adept in using his newly found faculties, be begins to study the findings of others and compares them to his own. This educational playback process elucidates to his still doubting intellect the “all rightness” of the happenings that occur within him. He finds that during the past eight thousand years men have from time to time walked the path of enlightenment, and he begins to see that he has yet far to go as his light often is dimmed by the pulling he experiences from the past, by the exuberance he shares with the future, and yet the fawn-like instability of the “here and now” eternity he has most recently experienced.
Now, in the Aquarian Age, when many men are being drawn within, it is emminently easier to attain and maintain clarity of perception through the actinic light within the body. Only a short time ago man looked at the external world through his physical eyes and registered it as real. Social and cultural structures were the controlling forces. Now a new race, the actinic race, looks through the veil of the outer mind and sees the game of it all, inevitably finding that when the rules are known the game may be entered into joyfully, resulting in winning applause. For through the Advaita Yoga techniques perfecting the conscious use of the will power, the energies can be drawn inward from the outer mind, and awareness can bask in the actinic light, coming into the outer mind only at will, and positively.
Occasionally young aspirants burst into experience indicating a balance of intense light at a still higher rate of vibration of here and now awareness than their almost daily experience of a moon-glow inner light. It is the dynamic vision of clairvoyantly seeing the head, and at times the body, filled with a brilliant clear light.
When this intensity can be attained at will, more than often man will identify himself as the actinic force flowing through the odic externalities of the outer mind and understand it as a force of life more real and infinitely more permanent than the external mind itself. Occasionally, through his newly unfolded extrasensory perception, he may clairaudibly hear, within, the seven sounds he previously studied in occult lore. The sounds of the atomic structure of his nerve system and cells register as voices singing or as music of the vina, of the sita, or of the tambura. Instruments to duplicate these sounds for the outer ears were carefully tooled by the Himalayan rishis of Asvaita Yoga thousands of years ago, including the boom and jill of the tabla, and the flute.
As psychic centers in his cranium burst open, he will hear the shrill note, likened to a nightingale singing, and then an inner voice, indicating direction and elucidation to his external consciousness like a breath of air. This inner voice remains with him as a permanent yoga of the external consciousness, an ever-ready guide to the unraveling of complexities in daily life. Should he come out too far into materialistic consciousness, the inner voice may be falsely identified as an unseen master or a god talking into his right ear, but, when in the clarity of clairvoyantly seeing white light and at the same time clairaudibly hearing the inner sounds, he knows that it is his superconsciousness, his inner self. Occasionally, in a cross section of the sixth dimension of the inner mind, when light merges into transcendental form, the young aspirant may view the golden actinic face of a master peering into his, kindly and all-knowing. He is looking at his own great potential.
When eftya, the clear white light, becomes more of a friend to his external mind than merely an occasional vision or experience and can be basked in during the four contemplative tyaasem periods of the day, then the nourishment to the entire nervoius system, as ambrosia, bursts forth from the crown chakra, kammakadeesareh kashumlinga. This is sometimes identified as “the peace that passeth understanding”, but he who reaches this state can never explain it adequately. The highly trained Advaita Yoga adept, through techniques imparted to him from his guru, intensifies the clear white light to the brink of God-Realization, Emkael. His entire body is faded into a sea of blue-white light, where present, past, and future are recorded in the linear depths, or layers. He sometimes sees himself seated or standing on a lotus flower of shimmering light, in an actinodic clear transparent neon plastic-like body outline as his consciousness touches in the rhythm of a heart’s beat into the Self.
Keeping this continuity alive and not allowing the external consciousness to reign, the young aspirant lives daily in the clear white light, eftya, having occasionally more intense experiences as just described, until he attains the maturity of the nerve fibers essential to burst his awareness beyond itself into the ultimate attainment of Self-Realization, Emkaef. This is only known and identified by him as an experience experienced. It is only recognized by others as he maintains his point of reference: the mind is only illusion, everchanging and perpetuating itself by mingling concepts of past and future into the present; the only reality is timeless, formless, causeless, spaceless, the Self beyond the mind. He knows that the mind is made from a consciousness of time, and that is creates, maintains, and defabricates form and exists in a relative concept of space. The Self is the only reality and is an intensity far greater than that of any phase of the mind.
The young aspirant just becoming acquainted with the path of enlightenment may wonder where he is and how much he has achieved so far. There are a few cardinal signposts with which he may identify to know he has touched into the inner realms of his mind. Should he ever have experienced a here and now consciousness so intensely that the reaction to the experience can cause states of depression, he can fully impart to himself an award of achievement. Then he must decide to strive even more diligently than before to maintain a conscious awareness of the here and now. The ability to see the expernal world as transparent, a game, a dream, encourages the aspirant to seek more deeply. When the moon-glow light within the center of his head appears during his tries at meditation, he may acquire the perceptive ability to cognize intimately the inticate workings of another’s external and subconscious states of mind as well as his own. His ability to recognize his guru and identify himself in the actinic flow from whence the master infuses knowledge by causing inner doors to open is another signpost that the aspirant has become an experiencer and is touching in on the fringe or perimeter of transcendental states of mind.
Many on the path of enlightenment will be able to identify some of these signposts through their personal experience and recall many happenings that occurred during their awakenings. But remember, the recall and the experience are quite different. The experience is here and now; the recall is there and then. However, by identifying the experience and relating it to a solid intellectual knowledge, the ability will be awakened to utilize and live consciously in states of superconsciousness. After acquiring the ability to consciously live superconsciously, one is then able to work accurately and enthusiastically in the materially structured world, while holding the intensity of the inner light.
When one gains perceptive awareness into the mechanical structures of the world, he is able to work out quickly in meditation experiences of the external mind or worldly happening through finding their innerversity aspects, rather than being drawn out into the swirl of them. In doing so, the cause and effect, simmereh, experiential patterns of the aspirant’s life that tend to externalize awareness into congested areas of the mind will clear up, as more and more of the actinic flow of superconsciousness is maintained and as the bursts of eftya become frequent.
Those among the youth of today – and there are many – who have had some measure of attainment will be the leaders, businessmen, politicians, and educators of tomorrow as the Aquarian Age comes more into fulfillment. They will be able to work effectively in all states of the mind. They will consciously identify from the clarity of their vision with the overwhelming power of the white light within the body and through the mind. Still others will become the mendicant renunciates, sages, the catalyst teachers, the pundit philosophers, all working as individuals together to keep the perspective and teachings of the path of enlightenment alive and vibrant on the earth yet another eight thousand years.
Remember, when the seal of the kammakadeesareh kashumlinga is broken and eftya, clear white light, has flooded the awareness of the aspirant, there is no more a gap between the inner and the outer. After this experience, when awareness is entangled in uncomplimentary states of the external mind, it can refocus within through meditation and move into eftya, the clear white light. The aspirant can be aware that in having a newfound freedom internally and externally, there will be a strong tendency for the subconscious mind to reconstruct for itself a new congested program by reacting strongly to happenings during daily experiences.
Even though one may think one is playing the games of external life, there is a tendency of the instinctive phases of nature to fall prey to the cumulative reactions caused by entering into them.
Therefore, an experience of inner light is not a solution; one or two bursts of eftya, clear white light, are only a door opener to transcendental possibilities. The young aspirant must become the experiencer, not the one who has experienced and basks in the memory patterns it caused. This is where discipline enters into the life and vocabulary of this blooming flower. This is why monasteries house disciples apart for a time. Under discipline, they become experiencers, fragmenting their entanglements before their vision daily while they do some mundane chore and complete each test and task that is set before them. The natya is taught to withdraw his reactionary habit patterns in eftya, the clear white light, four times each day – during the kanef tyaasem – at six in the morning, twelve noon, six in the evening, and twelve midnight. He clears the reactionary conditions that inevitably occur during the day with actinic love and understanding so that they do not congest of condense in his subconscious mind. Otherwise a new set of confused congested forces would build up and propel him into third dimensional outer states of consciousness, leaving his vision of eftya as an experience in memory patterns retreating into the past.
The young aspirant can use this elementary Advaita Yoga technique of going over the day at the end of the day in an internal concentration period, holding his awareness in the thought flow of just the current daily experience, not allowing it to waver into unrelated thought areas. When a reactionary condition appears that was not resolved with love and understanding during the day, it will melt away, usually, under the power of a perceptive flash of understanding, as the aspirant turns to the inner light.
Thousands of young aspirants who have had bursts of inner light have evolved quickly. Assuredly, this has been their natural, though sudden, flow of evolvement as it has occurred. This oversensitization of their entire consciousness so suddenly intensified into transcendental realms has caused the materialistic states to decentralize the attachments of their present life pattern, educational interests, and plans for the future. A springboard is needed, a new balance must be attained; that is, a new balance in relating to the materialistic world, for the physical body must still be cared for to unfold further into the human destiny of Emkaef, the realization of the self beyond all five states of mind. Enlightened seers are turning inward to find new ways of bringing forth knowledge from inner realms to meet creatively man’s basic needs and to bring through to the external spheres the beauty and culture found only on inner planes. Thus are heralded the Golden Age of tommorrow and the illuminated beings of the future who, through the use of their disciplined third eye and other faculties, can remain “within”, within eftya, the clear white light, while working accurately and enthusiastically on the material plane seeing it all the time as the obvious dream world.
When the aspirant realizes that he is the force that propels him onward, he will welcome discipline as an intricate part of his internal government so necessary to being eftya.
It is a great new world of the mind that is entered into when first eftya dawns, giving birth to a new actinic race and immediately causing the aspirant to become, in inner consciousness, the parent to his parents and his grandparents.
When he lives in the fourth and fifth dimensions, in an expanded inner state of consciousness, he must not expect those living in dawmf and dawf, third dimensional materialistic consciousness, to understand him. On this new path of “the lonely one”, wisdom must be invoked to be able to look through the eyes of those who believe the world is real, and see and relate to that limited world in working with them as if it were real, thus maintaining the harmony so necessary for future unfoldments. To try to convince those imbedded in materialism of the inner realities, only causes a breach in relationship, because it represents a positive threat to the subconscious security they have worked so hard to obtain.
First we had the instinctive age of valuing physical strength and manly prowess, followed by the intellectual age, facts for the sake of facts, resulting in the progress of science. Now we are in an age of new values, new governing laws, an actinic age, with a new understanding of the world, the mind, and most of all, the Self, beyond eftya. Understanding is preparation for travel, for it is an age of the mind, and in the mind, much more intense than the speed of light, exist spheres which rishis and seers are only willing to speak of to those who have the inner ear with which to listen.
The individual awareness of man tends either toward light or toward darkness, expanded awareness or materialistic values. Depending upon the self-created conditions of his consciousness, man lives either within eftya, the clear white light of the deep consciousness, or in the external mind structure which casts darkness upon his inner vision.
The uninitiated might ask: “What is it like to be in eftya?” The young aspirant may reply, “It is as simple as sitting in a darkened room, closing the eyes in deep concentration and finding the entire inside of the cranium turning into clear white light.” At first it may be only a dim, moon-like glow, a pale flicker of several different colors, but then it becomes as bright and intense as the radiance of the noonday sun, then crystal clear and white. It depends upon the composition of the mind’s states of reactionary patterns as to how the light in the cranium will first appear.