Centering is a skill that brings all of your kna to the center of your being. Centering has to be done before grounding, and these two skills are usually done before every type of spiritual practice, even if they are not referred to. Through centering we bring our kna, awareness, and, thoughts inward, so that we can align with ourselves. This brings on a state of peace, tranquility, and harmony within the practitioner, so that they can be locked in this moment, and focus upon their work, and not be distracted by the outside world. Centering also allows us to begin our trance like process allowing us to start easing into an altered state of consciousness.

How To Center:

1) The first thing you are going to need to do is stand, sit, or lay in a comfortable position, and then close your eyes.

2) Next in your mind’s eye you’re going to want to envision your kna around you. See this kna being gradually sucked into your body, where it will form a ball of kna in the center of you. You are able to tap on the center of your being three times while saying “Kna la kna” in order to bring your kna to the center of you. You are going to want to tap three times with the syllables.

3) Focus on this ball of kna. See it as clearly as you can in your mind’s eye. Feel how you feel in this moment. if you are centered you will feel incredibly focused. balanced, mindful, aware, and calm. Stay in the state as long as you would like.

4) Once you’re done centering you would usually ground, but for the sake of this step by step to come out of a centering all you need to do is open your eyes, and carry on with your day. This nice feeling of being centered should stay with you for quite a while afterwards.

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