I speak on this in much greater detail in my video training series, but for now, this should help.
First, find somewhere quiet where you won’t be disturbed. If it helps you relax, put on some soft, calming music. Sit down and get comfortable. You don’t have to sit in any particular way. You can use a chair, or sit in lotus position, or even do yoga while you meditate. Just try to make sure you’re in a position that won’t cause you to fall asleep.
Close your eyes, and relax. Focus on your breath. After a moment, your breathing should slow down, and you’ll enter into a natural, relaxed state. Your mind will probably start to wander. This is normal.
“Relaxation is the often overlooked key to true focus.”
When you notice you are relaxed, begin to imagine a swirling orb of energy that heals you in the entire area of the chakra point. It may seem paradoxical, but try to imagine that the energy flows around the orb in every direction simultaneously, so that the pattern of movement is even and uniform. Imagine that it physically heals you.
As you imagine this healing energy swirling around the area of your chakra point, meditate on the quality that the chakra represents, and imagine that the energy is imbued with that quality.
For example, if you are meditating upon the crown chakra, focus on how the energy at the top of your head connects you to the infinite nature and wisdom of the entire universe, and that everything is one. Imagine that your skin, and the air touching your skin, and everything else that the air touches, are actually the same thing, and that this energy naturally reminds you of this fact.
Or, as another example, if you are meditating on the Throat Chakra, imagine that the energy swirling around in your vocal chords imbues them with the quality of truth and honesty. Imagine that as the energy swirls around, it heals your throat and makes you stop telling lies, especially to yourself.
“Remember: At some point, you will probably lose focus, and your thoughts will wander.”
Sometimes, meditation will bring up painful past trauma as it heals very old, very deep psychological wounds. This is normal, so don’t get frustrated and quit! Take baby steps. No one meditates “perfectly”. Simply allow the process to unfold, observe it, and if you can… enjoy yourself. When you notice that your mind has wandered, simply bring your attention back to what you were doing before it happened.
Over time, as you repeat this process, you will slowly start to see dramatic changes in your life. When you’re ready, your soulmate will appear as if drawn to you magnetically. All you will have to do is enjoy the process of appreciating each others’ unique vibrational qualities.
I hope the information in this post helps you on your journey towards becoming the best version of yourself you can possibly be, and I hope that when the time is right for you, your soulmate unexpectedly shows up and you both experience the beautiful and simple joy of being with another person who is perfect for you in every way. There really is no other feeling in live that feels quite like it.