Good Morning Third Eye: Sixth Chakra Meditation

I have been amazed over the past ten days in Hawaii how differently my day goes when I take the time to get myself grounded in the morning versus just going straight into my work routine or straight into dealing with the logistics of the day. It has been the difference of a great day versus a horrible day.

I’m not telling you that if you do these things you will automatically have a good day, but I am saying that it will make your day substantially better with a substantially better outcome for your mind and spirit. The Law of Attraction is always at work! So we need to maintain the magnetic wavelengths we are putting out into the world.

I can’t underscore enough how important it is to have a spiritual practice. For a healer it is hands-down the most essential tool you will ever have, yet for most people, it is some what of a novel idea, or something they would like to try but don’t know where to start or why it’s so important. Or they have just gone through a difficult time emotionally or have a crisis in their health where they would like to treat and nurture their spirit more strongly to get through it.

Obviously don’t have to be a healer or a spiritual person to have a practice to help you and see the value there is in connecting to yourself. Maybe you already have one but don’t see it as spiritual, like going to the gym every morning, or walking the dog.

What this ritual does is creates a line between your heart and mind to that of your higher spiritual centers (the 8th, 9th and 10th chakras) so guidance is more clear, intuition is more accurate, and manifestation more effective.

That all being said, this week I changed my ritual somewhat and did a Sixth Chakra meditation which I want to share with you. I wanted to move through some of my fears and uncertainty about Hawaii and see into the future! Yes it is possible to do this with my help.


I will now explain this process for how you can have ‘the Sight’ and do the same. 

[Contraindications for this meditation are being in intense stages of Grief, psychological or physical trauma.]

  • The first and most essential step you must do is to quiet the mind for at least 5-10 minutes until a steady concentration or focus is achieved. You will know intuitively how long you need.

For most of us, especially if we are just starting, it will take yoga, a concerted period of stretching, or a long session of physical activity like running or weight lifting (or another physical other activity) to calm the nervous system enough and be connected to the breath in the body enough for the mind to relax.

I remember in my beginning yoga days when I was first starting to learn about my body as a vehicle to attain inner focus, mastery, and spirituality, I had to take a full 60- or 90-minute session of yoga before I could even begin to focus my mind. Even then, I had to let it be in and out of focus in svasana and not have any attachment (read: frustration) to its nature.

The muscles of the eyes, forehead, neck and face are normally overactive during the day interacting with people, processing things, using our senses and awareness for things, critical thinking and problem solving. Therefore we must take this 5-10 minute initiation and grounding period to sense our whole body, the comfortable with the uncomfortable parts. Then bring the light of our awareness with lovingkindness to soften and release the tension from our energy body – stuff we don’t want to get in the way of our vision quest.

  •  The next step is to look into the center of your forehead into the third eye.


Imagine your eyeball cut horizontally in half. There is actually a vessel called the hyaloid canal which does this, pictured above. This sensation is what activates your subconscious. You are not only able to visualize but to feel this kinetically.

As you close your eyes, experiment with your chi – your moving life force inside your body. Bring your attention to the back of your eyeball and to the front of your eyeball, then the top of your eyeball and to the bottom of your eyeball. Notice what happens when you bring your attention to all these places.

It’s almost as if you were pooling and moving your blood to measure the difference if that helps as a visual. If you don’t feel this, at least imagine it and the feeling sensation will soon start to grow stronger.

Likely you find that there’s a stronger sensation that is relaxing when you visualize this ‘blood’ (or chi) moving to the lowest/lowest-back part of the eyeball.

Some yoga instructors I have heard will give instructions to “look downward” with eyes closed and aim your eyesight as going under the “curtain” of your eyelid. 

Once you lower your eyes into this space and make a laser beam that could bore a hole through your third eye – the space lying between your eyebrows. You may find this space can go on and on forever.

You should really feel a difference once you have accessed this kinesthetically.

  • Now you will be able to receive input in the form of visions. This is like your imagination except you can see hints of it in the form of physical shapes, colors, feelings, or other ‘knowing’ input from your body.

Psychic coaches will have you visualize a screen here in your third eye. I like the image of a movie theater inside someone’s mansion. You know, the ones on MTV’s cribs with a few plush leather chairs in front and a velvet curtain with gold tassels pulled back from the screen. This is what I use for my psychic viewing screen. Everyone’s ‘screen’ will be different.

When I did this for my Hawaii move earlier this week I was able to see various things show up on my screen. Where would I live, where would I be. What would I do. What kind of transportation would I have. I didn’t think about these subject matters individually so much as having the overall intention of the viewing be what my living situation here would look like.

Because I am out of practice with this somewhat, the images that appeared were in bits and pieces, had no order to them, arriving more as flickers of something recognizable but were enough for me to see the most important things overall.

I was already in a relaxed state from meditating the previous twenty minutes so the images that I saw were real and observable on my screen.

Try to treat this process like you would if you were attending an avant garde filming. You don’t know what to expect, you’re just laying back in your seat and passively watching the show without reasoning or trying to make sense of the images or otherwise controlling what you are seeing. Let the images be and let them move and pass as they please. Treat it like you are really at the movies without knowing what scene you will see next.

If an image comes up that is confusing or muddled,  keep coming back to the image and place of the the filming screen, keep sending your laser beam of light out your forehead, and keep going under the ‘curtain.’ Send the confusing image through the light reel and let a new one show up. Keep asking your spirit guides to clarify any images or symbols for you and try to surrender to the process as much as possible because it will take practice.

It will also take practice getting to know your own symbols and your own messages which are unique to you from your subconscious. Doing this exercise is like watching a dream where you do a dream analysis after you ‘wake up.’

After this meditation, you will remember certain things about your visualization but not others. That’s okay. The more you practice this the easier it will become.

I learned a lot from doing this meditation and found it very calming to my mind, cleansing for my body, and easeful for my soul. When I felt like I had received enough images, that the images slowed down in frequency or that I was getting tired I let myself rest and moved comfortably out of my position, stretching my legs and arms and rolling onto my side (it’s best if you do this meditation sitting or lying down and facing up so Spirit can better access your Heart and your third eye).

Overall I felt a lot more confidence in myself, courage to take the next step, and happiness at all that God and my Angels have in store for me! 

Leave a comment below after you have tried this and let me know what you experienced or if you have any questions about it. I want to hear from you!

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How To Meditate

There are certainly a lot of people who can speak about meditation and how to meditate. But not all of them are acupuncturists, or classical Chinese medicine acupuncturists with a psychic bent. I wanted to write down and speak to my own experience with meditation and offer how I meditate because for those who know me and how committed I am to spiritual growth, there could be some new information that someone has not considered before to incorporate into their own practice or routine.

I get asked this question from patients and friends and it’s hard to start with just one thing, so I’m going to line up everything I know and my own experiences with meditation to help illuminate this subject more for people.

The first part about meditating is to do it often. It needs to be an integral part of a routine, set up every time, performed the same way. I’m someone who likes variety in my day and variety in activities over the week, but the morning routine and evening or nightly routine is always the same. I need it to be, because it serves as kind of a ‘control group’ in this entrepreneurial ‘experiment’ I am calling my life.

The environment: it works when you have a certain area of the house for meditations so that the things in and around this area are imbued with ‘the feels’ of a meditation and healing space (to use a popular colloquial term). The more you use it and bring this energy to it, the more you can feel it. It’s like the difference of walking into a spa versus walking into work – it just feels different because it’s used specifically.

Whatever section of your bedroom, living room, back room/study you meditate in, make it free of tech and wires which are very yang. This is a time for yin and receptive energy.

Sit on the same pillow or chair, and have some unique or meaningful garment like a special shawl that you wear. Special items from your childhood or ancestry, gems, flowers in a vase and a lighted candle give life to the space. Every time you sit there, every time you wrap the shawl over your shoulders, you are going to feel the good vibrations you left there before, and it’s only going to add to your brain’s ability to open more fully into each session. On a metaphysical level, the preparations you do beforehand, like draping the shawl, lighting the incense or the candle, are a sign for the astral energies in the body to get ready to enter into this state of consciousness.

Meditation is like brain gym at first. It’s learning how to have no thoughts. You’re not putting anything in there, it’s more you are stripping everything away. Each thought that you do have that arises is part of a larger portrait of your consciousness which via meditation, is zooming outward and further outward into a place of observing, observing, observing. It’s amazing what this state of awareness can offer.

There are many meditation techniques I recommend and there are different ways of adopting them and seeing which one works for you. I will be uploading some recorded meditations on here for you to experiment with in the near future so check back here soon, or join my newsletter to receive such updates.


The first kind of meditation I recommend is a general breathing and noticing meditation. It starts with scanning the body and noticing different areas of tension or holding and breathing slowly into those places. I do this anywhere and anytime I feel scattered, stressed, and ungrounded.

The best times to meditate I find are in the morning, mid- to late-afternoon and anywhere in between where I feel my energy leaking or drained. (Meditation can be used anywhere – however it is not recommended while driving!)

As I make a scan of my body to all the various places, I notice pain, darkness or contraction in my body, and also my thoughts about these pains. Ironically the more receptive I am to the state of my body the more the pains subside and dissipate. Many people do not know or appreciate meditation’s ability to manage and mitigate pain and the pain receptors in the brain in real time.

The second type of meditation I use is a clearing one, which clears the body of excess, dirty energy, and cuts energetic chords. This is done first by doing the first meditation described above for a few minutes for the mind and the breath to calm the nervous system. Then, visualize a grounding chord from your first chakra (a wheel of energy located between the anus and the bottom of the tailbone) into the earth. Imagine it so fully that you can pretty much feel it pulling you downward like your body weighs one thousand pounds. Your chord can be made of elevator cable, sturdy sailing rope, fine golden string… The point is to feel it anchoring you. Play around with this chord to visualize and feel it to be sturdy like no one or nothing could ever cut it or detach it from you. Send the chord down to what you imagine to be the center of the earth under layer of soil, silt, sand, rock, and molten lava (anyone else having ‘Animaniac’ cartoon flashbacks? – The episode when they travel to the center of the earth? Please comment below if you know!).

Connect the chord to the earth energy at the center of the earth and reinforce your chord with white light. Then one by one send all the stuff that’s heavy, shadowy or burdensome own the chord to be eliminated, perhaps using colors or shapes and ‘watching’ them, feeling them go down the chord, dropping into the lava and then that release and lighter feeling. Some things you try to release may be stubborn and get stuck halfway down, therefore it’s helpful to repeat, “I release this to the universe for the highest good of all” or some other blessing acknowledging what it served to teach you and allowing it to transform. I got this advice from psychic Debra Lynn Katz and I still use it for clearing. You imagine each thing moving out of you and then you can really start to feel grounded and what’s even more, like yourself again.

This is helpful especially when you feel you are still carrying some baggage from previous encounters, conversations, or some situational negativity that just won’t let up. If you find yourself walking away from something in more of a negative or bad mood, it’s a sign you have absorbed some of that energy. It’s natural. It’s part of being a human in the world and not necessarily your fault or another’s, but you do have the responsibility to clean it up.

Another level of this meditation is doing chakra chord-cutting. Taking a scan of the body in the first meditation, then establishing a grounding chord in the second meditation, as you clear different things and scan your energy wheels going up the spine (first, second, third, and up to seventh chakras above the crown of the head), you may feel certain people’s energy around those areas. I tend to feel this the most around the lower belly of the second chakra, in the heart, or around the neck) where you are subconsciously mingling energies with that other person’s chakra. This is more another layer to pay attention to as you are clearing. And in this fashion, imagining huge scissors slicing through these chords to break them and watching them fall to the ground.

The third kind of meditation that I use is a dynamic meditation using the Law of Attraction. This is like the second meditation, except instead of clearing, you are visually and/or emotionally playing with some images and feelings of what you deeply desire or want to manifest in your life in how you want to feel and be in what you see as your ‘future self.’

I love this kind of meditation because the dynamics really improve my mood and my outlook on life, as well as my wellbeing. This is where the power of meditation really makes its trademark because the things you can notice or feel psychically while under this altered state of consciousness you can also notice or perceive more and more in the gross levels of eyes open out in the real world. The life of our dreams and the life ‘out there’ start to blend. This is where you hear of concert pianists or sports athletes visualizing every minute of their performance and their success. It’s a powerful tool which can cure depression and hopelessness.

All three of these meditations can be all in one 45 minute-an hour sitting or done one-by-one with the intention desired.

Some side effects of meditation are increased happiness, self esteem, love, along with reduced stress, anxiety, depression as well as reduced pain as I mentioned. Some people feel a sense of euphoria while it is going on, and some even orgasm – this is not uncommon. In addition to these things, intuition, psychic acuity vastly increases as well as inner clarity and one’s sense of purpose and will.

Another rarely mentioned side affect of these meditations can be a sort of dizziness and ungrounded-ness like where the room, the floor, the body seems to have disappeared and your consciousness is going through a spacial void and there’s no sensation of physical reality. It’s not a bad thing, or wrong, although it feels very weird! This happens to me a lot, especially when using incenses with psychoactive properties in them such as frankincense, myrrh, and the stronger ones like nag champa (no wonder Jesus was so enlightened!). It is still a weird feeling, but I’ve gotten used to it and am better at controlling it. Keep observing the breath, maybe flicker your eyes open once or twice to remind yourself of your alter, and ask the energy to slow and dim itself a bit. Sometimes our spiritual guides get really excited that we are doing this healing work that when a strong light being comes into our field it can unbalance us for a minute. When this happens to me I give thanks for the new energy field and for the guide for bringing this healing to me, and then I ask it to be a little less so I can integrate.

Always remember in meditation working with negative and positive energies, you are always in command over them. Keep observing and zooming out of your experience like you are watching yourself from a corner of the room or from above. Use your words and your prayer to focus and direct the energy where you want it to go. Keep observing the experience. Keep a timer and a journal nearby to ground you.

A lot of people don’t like to start meditation because they “don’t have time” and they “can’t sit still.” But they do have time for being stressed out, scatter-brained, and feeling out of control! As with any new practice, it’s more about consistency than the amount of time as the brain gets used to new stimuli and makes new energy pathways (which arrive as discomfort in the beginning).

I encourage five to ten minutes once a day to start. First thing in the morning is a great time when the mind is calm, and it sets a good tone for the day. Then going to twice a day like before bed, or in the afternoon/evening when the day’s rhythm switches up. If you can sit for 10 minutes, then you can sit for 20, 30 and even up to an hour! Start with just five. Depending on my mood I sit up or lie down, or prop pillows behind my back or under my knees.

Yoga stretches beforehand can help the hips and spine relax more comfortably. Hand mudras, and breathing techniques such as holding for four counts, releasing for eight (and so forth – especially helpful in the beginning as breath is directly linked to the nervous system) all increase the sensations of the meditation and the ability to stay focused on the emptiness of mind as well as the conjuring of visualizations.

Have fun with these! Leave a message or comment below if you have any questions. Tell me about an experience you have, or what you notice shifting for your wellness. I promise you this will only bring very positive results!


The Human Aura

We are surrounded by a powerful flow of energy which contain different consciousnesses and thought forms from ourselves, the people around us, and the environment. The collection is like a work of art! Dance is a great therapy, as is art for the flow it provides from these auras, energies, and chakra centers. Other forms are exercise, showering, and move-going.
These flows protect and regulate with the feelings and emotions we emit from our heart center, which is pertinent to our particular growth and a powerful magnetic force.

Outside influences that are attracted/reflected there are part of the seeing, feeling, moving embodiment of this regulating cycling energy around us.



Here is a picture of people getting their aura taken by photograph. Though I have never had this done myself or necessary prescribe myself to this, I do think it portrays a nice flicker of what you might see sometime randomly on someone as I started to when I started healing myself and tending to myself. I must say, the accentuation of these things was a very positive side effect of all-natural medicine!

I love learning about people’s particular noticings. What are yours? How do you listen and pay attention to energy? How do you look and observe someone and know what they’re feeling?