Chakra Animal Totem Meditation

October 16, 2014 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

Many people believe they have a single animal totem, but in my experience, a person an have up to HUNDREDS of animal guides and totems. In today’s meditation, we’ll meet the animal totems of our chakras!

Each of your chakras has an animal totem associated with it, and this meditation invites those animals to introduce themselves to you. (Here is an image of chakra centers for your reference.)

Chakra Animal Totem Meditation

Find a quiet place, and bring a pencil and pad of paper to take notes.

Sit or lie down and focus on your breath. Pull in three deep breaths from the Earth and see the breath coming up through your feet and out through your heart. Breathe 3 more deep breaths and see them coming through your crown chakra and out through your heart. Then take 3 more deep breaths, seeing the energy come through both your feet and your head, uniting and exiting through your heart.

Now imagine your root chakra as a red ball of light. In your imagination, move towards the ball of light and see it open like a portal. Inside the portal is a beautiful garden, with all the kind of things your animal totem likes – trees, plants, etc. (If it’s a penguin or a water animal, you may see a very different environment!) You will see a path before you. Step onto the path and follow it around the garden until your root chakra animal greets you.

Introduce yourself (it’s only polite) and ask any question you’d like of your animal totem. When you feel your time there is complete, thank the animal and see yourself going back out the red portal. Take a moment to write a note about what kind of animal it was and anything you discussed.

Next, see your orange chakra as a ball of light and enter that portal. Follow the same process with all of your chakras until you’ve met all the chakra animal totems. When you are finished, take a moment to thank each of the animals, then clap three times to bring you back into the present moment.

I hope some of you find this helpful. ❤

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