The Unity Breath Meditation
I’m going to directly write a quote by Sri Yukteswar said to Drunvalo Melchizedek in Drunvalo’s book “Living in the Heart,” describing the Unity Breath Meditation.
“Let your attention shift to a place on Earth that you feel is the most beautiful places in the world. It could be anywhere, A mountain scene with trees, lakes and rivers; or an arid, sandy desert with almost no life, whatever you perceive as beautiful. See as much detail as you can. For example, if your place is a mountain scene, see the mountains and the white, billowing clouds. See and sense the forest and the trees moving with the wind. See the animals, the deer and elk, the little rabbits and squirrels. Look down and see the clear water of the rivers. Begin to feel love for this place and for all of nature. Continue to grow in this space of love with nature until your heart is beating with the warmth of your love. When the time feels right, send your love to the center of the earth using your intention so that Mother Earth can directly feel the love you have for her. You can place your love into a small sphere contain it and send it to the mother if you wish, but it is your intention that is so important. Then wait, as a child. Wait until Mother Earth sends her love back to you and you can feel it. You are her child, and i know she loves you. As your mother’s love enters your body, open completely, allowing this love to move anywhere throughout your body. Let it enter all of your cells. Let is move throughout your lightbody. Let it move wherever it wishes to move. Feel this beautiful love your Mother has surrounded you with and remain in this union with Mother Earth until it feels complete. At the right moment, which only you can know, without breaking the love union with your mother, look to your father, to your Heavenly Father. Look to the rest of creation beyond the Earth. Place your attention on a night sky. See the Milky Way as it meanders across the heavens. Watch the planets and the Moon swirl around you and the Earth. Feel the Sun hidden beneath the Earth. Realize the incredible depth of space. Feel the love you have for the Father, for the Divine Father is the spirit of all creation, except the Divine Mother. And when this love becomes so great that it just can’t stay inside you any longer let it move to the heavens with your intention. Again, you can send your love into the heavens inside a small sphere if you wish. (Place your love into a small sphere and with your intentions send it to the heavens. Send it to the unity consciousness grid around the Earth. If you are unfamiliar with this grid, don’t worry, do what most indigenous people do and send your love to the sun. Like the grids, the sun is connected to all the other suns or stars eventually to all life everywhere. Some people send their love to the Great Central Sun, an idea not everyone has but is equally as valid. Choose one, which one it doesn’t matter. The intent is for your love to reach all life everywhere.) Once your love has been sent into the heavens to the Divine Father, again you wait; you wait for the Father to send his love back to you. And of course, he will always do so. You are his child forever, and the Divine Father will always, always love you. And just like with the Mother’s love, when you feel the love of the divine Father enter your being, let it move anywhere it wants to. It is your Father’s love, and it is pure. At this moment something that rarely happens is manifesting: the Holy Trinity is alive on Earth. The Divine Mother and the Divine Father are joined with you in pure love and you, the Divine Child, complete the triangle.” (According to Sri Yukteswar, it is only in this particular state of consciousness that God can be known directly. And so the final step in this meditation is to become aware of the presence of God, all around you and within.)
This is deffinitely my new favorite meditation and is said later in the book that the unity breathe meditation is the prerequisite to entering the sacred space of the heart. I definitely recommend looking into and study the work of Drunvalo Melchizedek for this book “Living in the Heart” is truly amazing.
|Brandon P’naantan Pinkney|
@groig22, beautiful stuff, this will have to be practiced next meditation. how long have you been using this method?
@hlalhabattu, I just discovered it recently and it’s one of the first meditations to really make me feel more connected with everything and give me the best feeling.
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