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Meditation: Feelings Flow - Dimension Two of Human Consciousness.

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The Emotional Body Are you in touch with your feelings?

Did you know that attuning to your feelings is the first stage of intuitive development?

Being in touch with our feelings is part of good emotional regulation. It's also an important first stage of spiritual development. Whether you wish to learn to chill out more, or soar to spiritual heights, this meditation will help you attune to the information that your feelings can provide.

Here's an excerpt from my new book, Multidimensional Meditation, available on Amazon.

'Dimension Two is a dynamic and responsive realm containing our personal emotions and feelings. It is part of our personal space, divided from others by the personality and the ego.
Like our physical space, our emotional space needs care, attention and sometimes protection. Meditation at Dimension Two considers how we feel at an emotional level.


Since Dimension Two is a pre-thinking, stimulus and response energy, it is highly reactive. Emotions are subject t…

You are Multidimensional - Book Launch and Online Meditation Series

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It was an ironic start to the day of the launch of Multidimensional Meditation. Coffee drinkers will relate to that moment when you flip on the kettle for your morning brew - to find no life in the kettle!  Instead I was doing a 'macca's run' - in pyjamas - on the morning of my launch. I had forgotten there would be a power outage that day and I wasn't impressed! My plans of a calm disposition, tidy hair and an ironed shirt weren't to be.

So, crumpled and frizzy, carrying a box of new books, I marched off to my first author talk. The launch was hosted by Lilydale Library, set among native trees between Lilydale Lake and Box Hill Institute, Lilydale Campus. I do love the area and felt honoured to be presenting my work to the world from such a peaceful and grounding place. Library staff made the whole launch really easy for me. All I had to do was show up with my books. The space was already set-up for me. A long table stretched across the space, a black tablecloth -…