Places of power have a high frequency of energy which can amplify whatever thoughts or feelings you are presently experiencing. Power areas record history and reflect it back to us. We all respond to the energy of a power spot. The positive or negative attitudes of people living or working in a particular area can also influence the environment accordingly.
How To Locate A Power Spot
You will find most power areas in parks, wilderness settings, mountains, deserts, etc. Wherever you are drawn to is a power spot to you. Once you are in the area of your choice find a comfortable place to sit down, close your eyes and relax. Ask for help in finding the correct power spot. You may feel compelled to walk in a particular direction. Trust yourself and go.
When you get to the new location, close your eyes once again. Ask the spirits of the sight if it is ok for you to visit there for a while. If you feel comfortable after a few minutes, thank the spirits and sit down.
The following exercise will enhance sensory awareness of your power spot as you familiarize yourself with the contribution that each of the senses make to your overall awareness.
Get in a comfortable position. Read the following instructions carefully. After a few moments, close your eyes and listen to the sounds of your environment for about 10 minutes.
After a few minutes, listen to the individual sounds the wind makes rustling through the trees, the hum of the bees, the beating of your heart, the singing of a bird in the distance , etc.
Allow all the individual sounds to blend with each other. Notice the loudness of some of the sounds and the faintness of other sounds around you.
Pay attention and distinguish the various sounds of nature. Listen to the bark of the coyote, the song of the wind and the dance of the wind.
After 10 minutes, slowly open your eyes and continue to listen. Be aware of the additional source of information your eyes are now providing you with. Look at the vivid colors of the flowers. See how the wind bends the branches of the tree. Look up at the movement of the clouds in the sky. What other visual information can you see?