Excerpt from “My Channeling Diaries”
This Is What Happened When I Tried to “Voice Channel” for the First Time
No spirit voices, but this simple, first experience was surprisingly promising and exciting.
November 25, 2019 — Monday Evening
I had a cold and my energy was low. I had signed up for a class on How to Channel on Udemy.com earlier in the day. I also found a free course on YouTube. Being bed-stricken, I made my way though the first lessons of both of those courses fairly quickly.
That same day, in the evening, I attempted to Channel my spirit guides for the first time. I had been keeping a dream diary since I took a dream class in Spring 2018. This is what I wrote in my dream diary:
I followed instructions from the first lesson in the Udemy class and the first lesson of another channeling class that I found for free on YouTube. [*]
I selected a space in my house where I already have an “altar” of items that were gifts given to me over the years. The altar included a Tibetan tanka painting, a Tibetan mala, a ceramic Buddha face (Chinese), a small painting of Krishna and Radha, and a good size Himalayan rock salt lamp that I purchased myself.
I sat on a meditation seat that I have. I set my intentions, grounded myself, created a protective aura bubble, and stated out loud my intentions to meet my guides. I let any thoughts that arose flow into the ground below me on my out-breath.
I moved from a state of relaxation through some finer states. I could feel energy increase from my heart center. I could feel my chest rise as a kind of numbness filled my upper body.
I had an inkling of an eye wink to my left from Josh, my guide who is with me most of the time on my left side. And then the same thing from the female guide who is with me much of the time on my right side, but whose name is often changing (mostly Amy or Emily).
I had a sense that the room was filled with beings, some quite large. They were happy with what I was doing. I translated the external sounds of a train and an airplane as “om”, which brought me deeper as the train, and…