The Flame Meditation is a cleansing, clearing and uplifting practice that will help you both centre in your heart, and revitalise your inner consciousness and physical self. It is an excellent daily exercise to bring you greater harmony on your heart path.
This guided meditation will take you through each primary colour of light, where you spend a few minutes to feel, experience and allow the colour to resonate within your being.
Each colour has a different vibration, just like the light we see physically, and those different vibrations impart their qualities to you as you open to that light. They can heal, uplift, soothe, balance, transform; and can also help awaken your consciousness by stimulating your inner awareness, and clearing those vibrations that are discordant with your path forward.
We live in a world full of vibrations that can be discordant with our choices and sensitivities. Or you may have discordant vibrations from your own transformation and journey bringing things up that need healing and change.
Either way, the Flame Meditation is an excellent regular practice if you want to actively engage with your journey of consciousness and evolution of heart; it helps you keep balanced and focussed on the way. (Read more about consciousness and the colours of light)
This meditation was given to our teacher Ananda, to be used as a daily practice, like a daily spiritual shower.
It does not matter if you do not see the colours. This practice calls upon your spirit self, your I Am Presence, to send the colours to you, so they will be there. The more you work with it, the more you will develop your inner awareness to sense, feel, hear, or see, how these colours resonate within you, and nourish your journey of consciousness.
For a longer version guided by Ananda, please visit here.
How to Benefit from this Practice
Where: Find a place where you can sit comfortably and undisturbed so that your consciousness can take a journey to your deep place within.
Frequency: This practice exercises your consciousness, so we advise that you treat it just as you would a new physical exercise program – go slowly, with moderation and awareness, and gently build up your frequency and capacity over time. A daily meditation practice is good, but listen to your inner guidance and never force yourself. Balance is essential on a heart path.
Caution: It is essential that you do not listen to this meditation when you need to be very physically focussed, like when driving or doing any tasks that need your full attention. You will neither gain the benefit of the meditation, nor attend properly to the physical tasks.