Fun Meditation Activites

After you get into your meditation mode, you can start doing lots of cool stuff! Of course these activities take a little practice, and you gotta have that third eye developed enough 😉 However, everyone has these capabilities. All it takes is some much needed practice and determination.

  • Astral Projection

I love doing astral projection. I do this nearly every night when I go to bed. Astral projection is the equivalent to going to the “Spirit World”, which is what Annemarie tries to do in my book Inhuman. There’s a specific type of meditation technique that goes into this, which you can read all about here.

  • Chakra Healing

This is also another favorite of mine. I enjoy this mostly because it helps to heal and get rid of any built up negative energy inside me. It’s easy to absorb negative energy because it seems that nearly everyday you deal with some type of nasty or stressful situation like cyberbullying, heavy workloads, fights with friends, etc. Here is a link to a site that gives a quick, but powerful heart and crown chakra healing: Heart and Crown Chakra Healing.

  • Channeling

Okay, so this is the big one. I use this one a lot. When I’m not doing my homework or working on my book, I’m channeling. Channeling takes up roughly 80% of my life right now. For those that don’t know, channeling is where you enter into a deep meditative state in order to connect and chat with those at “Home-Base” (Heaven, after life, spirit world, or whatever you want to call it). It could be with a loved one, a spirit guide, an angel, the Source (most call it God), or your higher self. The possibilities are endless! I will go into more detail of channeling later, but if you are interested on the details and how it works, click here.

  • Automatic Writing

This is a form of channeling that I do. You get into your meditative state, and after that, you take out a notebook or piece of paper with a pen or pencil and start asking questions in your head. You can also write out the questions if that helps. Then write down what first comes into your mind. For some people it’s images or symbols, others get phrases and one worded responses, and some get full blown sentences and paragraphs. If you run out of questions or it gets quiet in your head, don’t stop writing! Don’t stop moving that pen! You’ll lose connection. Instead when quiet moments happen and you don’t want to stop channeling, start writing “I love you” and “thank you” or just start scribbling until you come up with a question or something else pops into your head. I’ll go into more detail on channeling soon, but for now click here if you want to know more about automatic writing.


  1. Danielle says:

    Hi Heather,

    Awesome post! Love the bit on automatic writing. Looking forward to reading more.

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