The EJT Chakra Meditation How To

Seven steps

1 Prepare yourself and your environment for meditation by finding a quiet, settled place free from distractions, with plenty of time, and reducing anxiety as much as possible.

2 Always read the chakra affirmations before working with a chakra for the first time. This reduces mental curiosity and aids inner silence.

3 Speak the affirmations out loud to your subconsciousness, not as a third person. Emotional commitment is essential for effective EJT, so be kind to yourself.

4 EJT is most effective when you are in a warm and receptive emotional state. Simply reading the affirmations out loud before the session can bring such a state into being.

5 Wear headphones during EJT audio sessions, and queue your favourite lead-in tracks to help you settle. If formal EJT audio is not available, you can create your own using your mobile phone, for example. Allow yourself to drift with the audio, and don’t worry if you microsleep and miss something.

6 Before starting the chakra affirmations, read the call to the soul or create a sacred space. Maintain a steady pace with the affirmations, stop and settle if you feel mental activity arising, and feel your words as you speak them. It’s okay to repeat affirmations for greater effect.

7 After the session, note any affirmations that triggered physical or emotional responses, such as tears, disbelief, self-deprecation, or even a quiet chuckle. These areas require your attention. Sometimes it can be the affirmation prior to the one you reacted to.

Session time

Sessions can be as short as 5 minutes, but with preparation will extend longer. It’s very much up to you, your needs, and how fast or slow you wish to take it. Don’t pressure yourself with deadlines, or any other expectations for that matter.

Overall healing time

The experience of EJT is subjective and varies from person to person. The healing and elevation of each chakra is unique to the individual, and the time it takes for one chakra to resolve may not be indicative of the next. However, the overall health of each chakra will have an impact on the effort required to balance the others. EJT is an open-ended practice that requires patience and a willingness to engage with the process.

I suggest working Softening the soul in to your opening meditation before speaking the affirmations. Additionally, take a look at Lateral Meditation. Both pages crossover with the Weapons Grade project.

The chakras should be viewed as being a group of concentric circles, and not the typical long line of separated discs. It’s easier to grasp the holistic nature of healing this way. It makes no odds if the root’s at the centre, or the order of the rings, but conventionally the root would be the bulls-eye.

As a rule-of-thumb, expect root chakra healing to take between three to six months of work, plus ongoing maintenance. Much of the healing effort is to do with the root, then the sacral and solar plexus. These three are the ‘earth chakras’ and are usually the most problematic. The first few weeks will be the most intense. Use the chakra self-assessment tools in con­junction with this process to gain progress insight.

For those with a badly damaged or mauled chakra system, but with an aptitude for self-healing and empathy, it’ll take much longer. You should definitely practice softening the soul. Severely dese­crated chakras require a ground-up re-creation that’s beyond EJT, however it’s still re­commended effort. There are many factors here, and you’d be wise (or deluded, whichever bag works best for you) to strap yourself in and take the red pill that’s Weapons Grade Shaman Shit.

Sifting ever finer grains

Emotional healing is a continuous process that requires ongoing effort and attention. Even when you’ve made significant progress, it’s important to remain vigilant. What may seem resolved today may reveal itself as a new challenge tomorrow.

Working through emotional issues refines the focus, like sifting through rocks to find pebbles and then sand. Each step moves towards a finer level of understanding, but it’s important to remember that the process is a journey and not a destination.

So, if you find yourself facing similar issues after you thought you had resolved them, don’t be discouraged. Instead, be grateful for the progress you’ve made and keep up the good work. With each refinement, awareness increases along with a more nuanced understanding of yourself and the world around you. Stay committed and never lose hope. Be beautiful, always.