When a person practices Meditation on Twin Hearts, divine energy flows down to the individual, filling him or her with Divine Light, Love and Power. The practitioner becomes a channel of this beautiful Divine energy. This effects everything for the better - health, happiness, mood and energy.
Spiritual aspirants who have practiced this meditation for quite sometime may experience being enveloped by dazzling, sometimes blinding light. In addition, practitioners may experience divine ecstasy and bliss, and a feeling of oneness with all creation. This has been a common experience among advanced yogis and saints of all religions, and can be verified through their holy scriptures.
This blinding, brilliant, and dazzling light is known as Heaven Ki in Taoist yoga, or the Pillar of Light in ancient Jewish Kabbalah traditions. Indian yogis and saints call this pillar of light, the Anthakarana, or spiritual bridge of light. The Christians refer to it as the Descent of the Holy Spirit, symbolized by a pillar of light with a descending white dove. The white dove represents the coming down of divine energy. The descent of the divine energy causes the temporary expansion of the practitioner's major chakras and inner aura. When meditation is practiced on a regular basis, the expansion may become permanent.
The heart chakra is a replica, or twin of the crown chakra. When you look at the heart chakra, it has twelve petals, similar to the twelve petals which form the inner core of the crown chakra. The crown chakra, on the other hand, is the centre of illumination, or divine love, or oneness with all. It is situated on top of a person's head, providing energy for the brain and the glands therein. When the crown chakra is sufficiently activated, its inner core of twelve petals unfurl, open and turn upward like a golden cup, golden crown, golden lotus, or golden flower, to receive spiritual energy which is distributed to other parts of the body.
To practice the Twin Hearts meditation is like tapping into a wellspring of love, peace and joy – qualities that our world needs right now. So, get meditating!