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Why and how to meditate?

When we travel in unknown countries, maps are very useful, even indispensable. The same is true when exploring our consciousness. Having a structure when we meditate is also important.

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There are of course many ways to meditate. However, we will develop here more specifically the meditation based on the recitation of mantras. Several traditions advocate the repetition of sacred formulas, called mantras. At the heart of the work with the Angels is the Angelic Recitation also called Angelica Mantra. This practice is very simple. While standing, sitting or lying down, one breathes naturally while continuously repeating the Name of a Angel. This is done for as long as possible, at one's own pace, in silence, in a low voice or in a loud voice. You can also use one of the following methods:

Mantra on inspiration

This method consists of breathing in deeply through the nose while pronouncing internally one or more times the Name of an Angel. For example, Jeliel, Jeliel, Jeliel, Jeliel.... after which one holds the breath for a few moments, then exhales slowly and profusely through the nose. When calm is established, one breathes freely - without holding the breath - while continuing to repeat internally the Name of the Angel on the inspiration.

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Mantra on Exhalation

This method consists of breathing in deeply through the nose and pronouncing the name of the Angel as you exhale, either loudly or softly, or inwardly (in silence). For example, Jeliel, Jeliel, Jeliel, Jeliel... You inhale again deeply and repeat the same process several times.

Continuous mantra and deep breathing

This third method consists of continuously repeating the Angel's Name in silence, breathing in fully and breathing out completely. Deep breathing can cause slight dizziness in those who are not used to it. If one feels uncomfortable, slow down the pace of the breathing or alternate with another method of invocation. It is important to respect one's own rhythm.

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Mantra with an intention

This method consists in repeating the name of the Angel in silence or
in a low voice, according to one of the three methods described above, inserting in the invocation a message to the Angel. In this message, we express our intention to develop a particular quality or faculty, or to rectify or transcend a distortion. For example: Hariel, purify my soul, guide me to purity... help me to become pure and to integrate Wisdom, Hariel, Hariel... purify me, teach me what I have to understand, Hariel, Hariel... purify my soul, Hariel, Hariel...

Mantra with a question

This method helps us to find the answer to a question. We first clearly formulate the question, and then we recite the name of an Angel according to one of the first three methods listed above, including the question and the request to be enlightened and guided to the answer. For example: Angel JelielIs it right for me to marry this person? Jeliel, Jeliel... help me to feel if she is the right person for my evolution, Jeliel, Jeliel, Jeliel... enlighten me, Jeliel, Jeliel, Jeliel... I want to follow the Divine Will, Jeliel... is it right to marry this person? Jeliel, Jeliel...

When doing a mantra with a question, it is advisable to recite the same Angel for at least five days or until an answer is obtained. By focusing on the question in this way, it will trigger dreams and signs that will answer our question.

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