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Join date : 2016-06-24
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|Subject: The Best Times and Locations to Connect with Spirit- By Amanda Linette Meder Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:53 pm|| |
There are two different types of thin veils - people with personally thin veils and locations with specifically thin veils.
personal veilsWe each have personal moments of experience where the veil is thinnest for us.
These moments can be achieved through meditation and practice, but also, by simply finding moments and periods of time when your Spirit is free and released from physical ties.
When is the time of the day where your Spirit is most relaxed? Is it in the bath, while you sleep or in the early morning when you prepare lunches for your children? When is it, that your mind is most quiet?
This is the time when your veil is thinnest and those in spirit may unite with you easiest.
Also pay attention to your element, when you are near your element (for example, I'm a water element), it's generally easier for one sense the unseen there.
thin veil locationsThere are many locations where there are thin spots between earth and spirit, but the easiest way to find them for yourself is to know this one rule: in the spaces where a meeting of the worlds exists, the veil is usually pretty thin there.
At meetings of:
- land and water
- night and day
- rock and soil
- sky and mountain
- forest and prairie
- earth center and earth surface (Hot Springs, Volcanoes)
- sky and water (Waterfalls)
[size]Anywhere two ecosystems overlap, generally, you have a thin veil spot where it may be easier to communicate with the spirits whom live there. The larger space where this occurs, usually the thinner the veil is there, but not always, there are hot pockets and these are called vortices. Amanda Linette Meder[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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