Feeling ki (energy) is the most basic step in Sedona Vortex Meditations. If you haven’t yet experienced energy, I recommend that you first try feeling it through this exercise. As you develop your ability to sense energy with your body, it will become easier for you to connect with the energy of Sedona’s vortexes.
Humans consist of a visible physical body and an invisible consciousness. Energy is the medium that constantly exchanges information between the physical body and the
world of consciousness. Energy is what connects the body and mind. As your experience deepens, you will come to realize that the body and consciousness are also ultimately made of energy.
Sit comfortably with your eyes closed and back straight. Rub your hands together or shake them out for about 30 seconds to awaken their senses.
Place your hands on your knees with your palms facing upward. Breathe steadily and comfortably. Keeping your palms facing upward, raise your hands very slowly, about
five inches above your knees, and then lower them back down about three inches. Repeat the motion of raising and lowering your hands several times. Focus your awareness on your palms. Imagine energy continuously coming into your palms from the air. You’ll get a heavy feeling in your hands. That is the feeling of energy.
Now slowly bring your hands in front of your chest with your palms facing each other. Leave about two inches of space in between your palms and focus your awareness on your hands. Very slowly, move your hands apart from each
other, focusing on the sensation in the palms. When you have moved them a few inches farther apart, slowly begin to bring them back to the original position again. As you continue move your hands closer and farther apart, feel the
energy field that exists between them. Focus on the presence between the palms, imagining that your hands are linked together with energy…….
It is best to awaken the senses in your body and mind through energy sensitization like that presented here before you engage in the Sedona Vortex training and meditation.