Consciousness Engineering Challenge UPDATE

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Consciousness Engineering Challenge UPDATE

Last month I found a new meditation method called Consciousness Engineering through MindValley and had written about what I had discovered. You can find the details of this meditation by CLICKING HERE. I decided to take a 30 day challenge and share my experience with this new method, so here it is!

The first three days I found it to be quite difficult to find my flow into this meditation. My mind was being bombarded by so many thoughts that just finding the stillness to do the meditation proved difficult. However, on the fourth day, I did something different – two things actually. First, I invited to lead the meditation and simultaneously do it with a friend. Second, we took a walk to the beach at night and did the meditation while sitting on a dock surrounded by water. Not to mention that it was also a new moon on this night.

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All I can say about it was that it was possibly the clearest, most vibrantly detailed meditation that I have had yet with this method. Everything was in motion, and in bright, bold colors. The connection felt deep, the gratitude came with ease, as did the forgiveness (and this time I included myself). When it was time for the 3 year visualization part, my imagination was flying. Three years down the road looked so amazing in all three areas (health, relationships, and abundance) that it took me awhile to move on to the intention.

I imagined my health- a strong body that supports me, healthy hair and smooth skin, and free of disease and pain. My body allowed me to dance, climb, and swim with ease.

Next I imagined my relationships- I was surrounded by mature, trustworthy, loving, and creative people who I enjoyed sharing ideas, time and love with.

Finally I saw the abundance in my life. I saw that I was earning a generous amount of passive income working from my computer. I was doing only what I loved, from everywhere in the world, and helping others to reach their dreams too. Yessssssss this is my life I thought.

Then it was time for the intention. Imagining the next day – hour by hour – in color and with feeling was incredible. First I imagined starting my day with waking up next to a beautiful man who loved and adored me so completely that I could not stop smiling with him.

I imagined with all of my senses where I was – what the place looked and felt like that I was sleeping in. I imagined starting my day being fed some fresh fruit before sauntering off to my beautiful meditation room that smelled of incense and was very silent and comfortable. After meditation I enjoyed a super food smoothie before going to the open air terrace for some morning yoga and fitness. After this, I played- and each time this changed.

Sometimes I played poi on the beach, sometimes I went hiking with my lover and my dog, sometimes I went swimming or played in the sand with others. When I was finished playing, I enjoyed a lunch of sushi, rice and salad and would then climb into my hammock for some quiet daydreaming.

After a nice siesta, I found myself in a room with a wall of windows that faced the ocean and a desk with three monitors where I would spend some time writing and creating. On the walls in this suite were story boards for some of my ideas and post it notes with positive affirmations that I would glance at and review. When I was through writing and creating, I would invite my lover to watch a comedy on a projection screen on the ceiling of one of the rooms. Laying on the floor, staring at the movie on the ceiling, laughing, loving, and eating popcorn until it ended. After the movie, I saw myself enjoying a light dinner and a glass of wine by the fireplace again with my lover and my dog was usually there too.

After the intention, I finished the meditation with the blessing. I imagined the white connection light (which I had been sitting on the entire time) changing in color.  It turned from white to pink and moved back up my body. My feet, knees, hips, belly, chest, neck, mouth, nose, eyes – until it reached the top of my head. Then this light beamed off back into the universe as I thought the words I am loved, I am protected over and over.

The light left a tracer back to me that looked like stardust and faded slowly as the meditation was done. When finished, I could not help but to smile and feel good. After 21 days of this meditation so far, I think that it may just become a habit for me now. I am curious to see what other visions come to me over time, and look forward to waking up into this awesome daydream.

Do share your thoughts on this (or any other meditation you love) by clicking on the comment button below – I would love to hear what is inspiring and moving you too!!

9 Comments on “Consciousness Engineering Challenge UPDATE

  1. Very great post. I simply stumbled upon your blog and wanted to mention that I’ve really loved browsing your blog posts. After all I’ll be subscribing in your feed and I am hoping you write again soon!

  2. It’s been 8 months since you wrote this. What is your experience with it now and are you still subscribed to the consciousness engineering course?

  3. Hello Kevon,
    Interesting that you commented on this now.. after the initial 30 day challenge I found myself traveling again and trying new things and quite honestly had forgotten about doing it everyday when the 30 days finished. Rereading this update however, I have noticed that yes, indeed some of things I had imagined have already been appearing. I also noticed that my interests have changed as my experiences have shown me new things. It’s time for another round with this I think, and this time I will do a 60 day challenge. Thank you for bringing my attention (and INtention) back to this!! Have you tried any intentional visualization techniques? What have been your experiences?

  4. I tried one of the freebie start of your day techniques that they give out and will definitely be waking up earlier than my usually 5:45 to start integrating it further with my morning yoga practice. I really liked it and feel that it has huge potential if taken seriously and diligently. Based on what you’re saying I might give it a shot for 30 days as well just to see where the rest of their stuff is too!

    • About the freebie start of your day techniques… care to share the link for that with us? And Kevon, if you do the challenge, I would LOVE to hear all about what you find out!!

  5. I loved this post! I couldn’t help but imagine everything written here for myself too. Thank you for your inspiration! πŸ™‚ I have been experimenting with several meditation techniques lately, with not so much success, though… I will try this for sure πŸ™‚
    Greetings from Slovakia.

    • Timea! Nice to meet you friend! I am happy to hear that this has inspired you, and that your considering on giving it go! If you find time, do let me know what you experience. What other meditation techniques have you tried? And have you heard of Abraham Hicks guided meditations? These are also very nice…
      Greetings from India at the moment πŸ˜‰

      • Hi! πŸ™‚ I find this visualization technique so useful and powerful.. I keep practicing it, I guess I have a little trouble quieting my mind, though πŸ™‚ I’ve also tried some guided meditations, brainwave entrainment whatever techniques πŸ™‚ Yeah..Abraham Hicks meditations and teachings are wonderful.. this has become my “bible” in the last months, I completely resonate with them.
        Namaste! ..if you are still in India πŸ™‚

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