Question: My wife never wants to talk about anything. I feel like there is so much pain in our relationship. She does say that she wants healing-what can we do?

Here is a practice that will bring immediate healing for any two humans of any age, that can agree to do it: Sit close to each other (about three feet) in a comfortable position, and look into each others eye, pick one eye. Place your tongue to the roof of your mouth and breathe through your nose. You will begin to  feel sensations and hear many thoughts.

Stay in stillness and do not break eye contact. Allow for all your conditioning to come to the surface and meet it with absolute stillness. Just let the thoughts and sensations linger for as long as they want to; hold onto to your stillness. The deeper both parties can hold the deeper the healing. It does not have to be long in the beginning. Come back to it and keep seeing how far you can go. If the other is not willing, you can use a picture. If you have no picture, you can use your own reflection.

Blink as little as possible and eventually not at all. Keep the tongue to the roof of your mouth.

The goal is ALLOWANCE. Allow for repressed objects (concepts and sensations) to surface and come in contact with the white hot fire of still consciousness-which will destroy years of conditioning.

Warning: If you verbalize the repressed objects you will inadvertently strengthen them. Only in intense allowed stillness can they be destroyed.

Atreya Thomas

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2 thoughts on “Question: My wife never wants to talk about anything. I feel like there is so much pain in our relationship. She does say that she wants healing-what can we do?

  1. Thank you, indeed both parties have to be willing. I recgocnize what you are saying about verbalizing thoughts that way strenghtening them. In case my partner is not willing, I can sit on my own and watch concepts and sensations being burnt in the white hot fire of still consciousness. To me this relates to the yoga practice of witnessing.

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  2. Hi Atreya! Thanks for this wonderful easy to do exercise! the words ‘I allow’ is a mantra for me. I have actually done this years ago with a man that I barely knew as part of a group session. After a few minutes, I felt like I really had a connection with this person and even though I was not sure what I was doing, afterwards both he and I had to describe how we felt about the other person and we could both only say really nice things…it was a really interesting encounter! Thanks for the memory. It is in the stillness that we reach out with our feelings….Absoulutely! Have a blessed week, Hugs, Barbara xxxxx

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