Journey to the Great Central Sun

Journey to the Great Central Sun

The Great Cen­tral Sun is the cen­ter of all things. It exists on all of the spir­i­tu­al and phys­i­cal planes. It is the loca­tion of Source Con­scious­ness.  It emits a bright divine light known as the Spir­i­tus Lumine. This light dis­trib­utes the infi­nite and inef­fa­ble nature of God to all known dimen­sions, beings, and things. With­in the Cen­tral Sun is a divine tem­ple — where noth­ing but light and vast­ness exists. To come to this tem­ple is to come home — the very place where source willed that you should exist. As Source Con­scious­ness dreamed, IT decid­ed to take a part of ITs infi­nite divine self and send it upon a mis­sion to explore the dream — which is now the divine pur­pose and mis­sion of your soul. This divine light of source was placed in a Lux Ani­mae, a vehi­cle which stores your divine light, and all of the expe­ri­ences you will have as you car­ry out your mis­sion of explo­ration. This exer­cise is a vis­it to the Great Cen­tral Sun, the home of the Spir­i­tus Lumine — the divine light of God — where you will refresh and renew your Lux Ani­mae, increase your spir­i­tu­al vibra­tion, and receive spir­i­tu­al wis­dom.

Read the fol­low­ing steps below to get a sense of what you will be doing. These steps do not have to be pre­cise­ly fol­lowed – they are gen­er­al guide­lines that are very help­ful and ben­e­fi­cial. Do not over­ly stress your­self if you do not per­fect­ly per­form the steps. You will get bet­ter as you prac­tice this form – and you will also dis­cov­er meth­ods that are bet­ter suit­ed for your per­son­al spir­i­tu­al prac­tice.

  1. Find a place where you may sit com­fort­ably and be alone.
  2. Con­duct the GCPA exer­cise.
  3. Take a big inhale. Remem­ber, it isn’t just air you are breath­ing but prana! Prana is ener­gy — so inhale deeply and slow­ly exhale. Do this for five times.
  4. Place your atten­tion on your breath. Breath nat­u­ral­ly. Don’t try and con­trol it. Just be an objec­tive observ­er of the breath.
  5. As you con­tin­ue to observe the breath, make cer­tain that you ful­ly relax the bel­ly.
  6. Allow your body to relax all over. Release the ten­sion as you men­tal­ly com­mand your­self to “ful­ly relax, I am ful­ly relaxed.”
  7. Just allow your­self to feel the peace that imme­di­ate­ly comes to the body through a slow rhyth­mic breath­ing and as you give the men­tal com­mands to “Relax deeply, I relax deeply.”
  8. Now men­tal­ly say the fol­low­ing dia­logue, “I now con­nect with the Spir­i­tus Lumine, the divine light of God. My Lux (light of my soul) ful­ly merges with Spir­i­tus Lumine. I am one with the divine light.
  9. Now, as you con­tin­ue your relaxed breath­ing, men­tal­ly say “Spir­i­tus”, as you draw the breath in, and “Lux” as you slow­ly let the breath out. Do this for a peri­od of time that seems right to you.
  10. As you con­tin­ue repeat­ing the words Spir­i­tus and Lux on your in and out breaths, imag­ine a beau­ti­ful divine light, of any col­or of your choos­ing per­vad­ing your entire being both phys­i­cal and spir­i­tu­al.
  11. As you con­tin­ue with your men­tal chant­i­ng and draw­ing down of the divine light, allow your minds eye (aka the 3rd eye) to look upward towards the Great Cen­tral Sun. Don’t over think this, just imag­ine you are freely in the dark­ness of space and your atten­tion is drawn to the bril­liant divine light of the Great Cen­tral Sun.
  12. Allow your spir­i­tu­al body to be drawn towards the beau­ti­ful light of the Great Cen­tral Sun (You are trav­el­ing in your Lux Ani­mae.). Con­tin­ue to men­tal­ly chant, “Spir­i­tus” and “Lux” as you fly towards the Great Cen­tral Sun.
  13. Allow your­self to be drawn into the very cen­ter of the sun. In your mind, slow­ly repeat, “I am filled with the divine light of the sun.” Do this over and over until it seems exer­cise is fin­ished.

While you are in the Great Cen­tral Sun, you may feel the pres­ence of the Spir­i­tus Lumine, or of an ascend­ed mas­ter or guide — or you may be tak­en out of the body alto­geth­er to trav­el to anoth­er place.  What­ev­er hap­pens or doesn’t hap­pen is per­fect­ly fine.