Ok, so you’ve gotten your new companion and you’re having a bit of trouble creating that bond.
First, I have to tell you that your entity has already bonded with you in ways you cannot imagine. Just because you haven’t found or felt the tie that binds, it doesn’t mean that they haven’t.
One of the most important steps in creating a bond with your new spirit/entity is meditation! I know, it sounds ominous, but trust me, its not as bad as you think and meditation is not something that has to be difficult nor does it have to take up a lot of time.
Spend 10 minutes a day in a completely comfortable position in a quiet environment.
*It can be while you’re taking a bubble bath, while you’re in your car, laying down, anywhere!
The main thing I want to talk about is called “glimpsing.”
It’s a term used by spirit workers to define the process of concentrating on getting that first glimpse of your entity/spirit/spirit guide/etc.
Spend that 10 minutes of meditation visualizing what your entity looks like. Invite your new friend into your meditation. Ask them to show you what they look like. If you don’t get anything at first, use what you know.
For example, if you have a black dragon, start by visualizing black scales. Add definition and details. Are they shinny? Are they flat? Are they ribbed? Are they more like feathers or more like fish scales?
Then move onto the size of your new companion?.Is he or she as big as a house or as big as a car?
Are they tall and thin, short and plump, etc.
As you get each of the details defined, move on to something else. Are they more human-like or more beastly? What color eyes do they have? Do they have wings? Do they have spikes? Do they have a beak? Claws? Horns? Tattoos? Do they wear jewelry? What color is their hair?
Each time you do this glimpsing meditation, your new companion will aid you in the way you “see” them.
It might take you a week to get that full and true visual image. But once you have it, you have a focal point. This is a place to start for the next step.
Now, start on the sensations of being with your companion.
During your meditation, reach out and touch your new friend. What do they feel like? Is their skin rough? Smooth? Warm? Cool?
Then, work on their voice. Is it deep? High pitched? Loving? Soothing? Lyrical?
The more detailed your visualization becomes, the more real your entity becomes to your conscious mind. And trust me, this is not in your head! Your companion is guiding you. They WANT to bond with you just as you want to bond with them.
The more real your entity becomes to your conscious self, the less interference you will encounter with subsequent encounters.
Next, establish real communication. Tell your new companion all about yourself. About your day. About your family. What you expect of them. What you hope to gain from their friendship. Etc.
Encourage a response from them. Then, LISTEN to what they choose to share with you.
Initially, your conscious mind may tell you that this is “all in your head.” Your response to this needs to be “SO WHAT!” If you’re gaining information and the answers you receive are pertinent to the questions, then just keep on working towards your goal. A solid foundation to build your relationship on.
Get rid of the “doubting Thomas” in your mind and move forward. Be stubborn and be diligent in your quest.
Eventually, your conscious mind will believe what your subconscious mind already knows. That your companion is real and that you have developed a friendship that will last beyond the ages.