Today, we are going to represent a meditation exercise which is used to unlock Merkaba’s powers.
We should prepare our space where we will meditate and follow the given steps.
This is a really advanced technique in meditation. The meditation exercise for unlocking our Merkaba and its powers consists of eighteen breaths during three stages.
Stage 1: Gaining balance
Every breath that we take is yogic, which means that we inhale through our nose, filling our abdomen, then our diaphragm, and then our chest in this order, and exhale in this same order right before we relax.
Breaths have to be seven seconds apart, although the most important thing is to accomplish consistency, however.
While we breathe in, we should touch our thumbs to our forefingers. We should imagine how some white light is surrounding us while we open our heart to experience love.
While we breathe out, we should cross our eyes slightly and then look up slowly. We may feel some energies trickling down our spine.
From the second to the fifth breath
The breaths from the second to the fifth one are identical, except we need to change the position of our hands or our “mudra.”
With every breath that we take, we should move our thumb along one finger, meaning that our fifth breath happens when we are touching our little fingers.
We should come back to the mudra like in our second breath, having our thumb on our middle finger.
During this position, we have to feel clear, balanced, and polarized. When we don’t feel like that, we should repeat the stages until we do.
Stage 2: Build our pranic energy.
The stage number two will build our pranic energy, which we need for the last stage.
From the seventh to the thirteenth breath
We have to change our mudra in order for our thumbs to meet our middle fingers and forefingers. Every time we breathe in, energy is going to flow right from the energy tube’s bottom or top, building the sphere of the white light in our navel.
With every exhale, this sphere is going to become more powerful, stretching our chakra system towards its limits, and stretching those limits for our following breath too.
Right after the thirteenth breath, out pranic energy will be stable. On breath number fourteen, we need to breathe in to permit this pranic sphere actually to shift from our navel to our sternum. We will lock it right where it is if we breathe out.
If all this doesn’t work, we need to return and try once again. If we haven’t achieved our pranic stability, the last four breaths are not going to work.
Stage 3: Spin our Merkaba
During the last stage, we have to stabilize and also speed up our Merkaba rotation. We have to change our mudra once again for the rest of the breaths. For females, the right palm has to be placed over the left one, and vice versa for males.
We should imagine how opposing tetrahedrons are spinning in opposite directions. In fact, one of the males is spinning counter-clockwise, while one of the females is spinning clockwise.
We should breathe in as before; however, before we do that, we should make a small hole with our lips and exhale with pressure. While we do that, the speed of rotation of those tetrahedrons is going to increase too.
Sixteenth and seventeenths breaths
We are supposed to do the same; however, we should first increase our speed of doing it. While the speed increases, we should feel how the energy builds.
We should also make sure that both rotate at an identical speed, and when we lose our balance, we should stop.
In fact, with this final breath, we should permit our higher selves to inhabit our bodies as our Merkaba will reach its full power. We may also experience a short period of “being elsewhere,” and euphoria will come together with it.