Part 2 – Connecting with your guide(s)

It is useful to have a good understanding of what channeling is and what you can expect when you connect. To achieve this it is good to learn from people who have first hand experience. 

There is a YouTube series – They Call Us Channelers where you can find interviews with people who have personal experience with channeling. Try to watch a couple of different interviews so you can get an idea of what connecting and channeling is like.

In addition we recommend reading the book: Opening to Channel – How to Connect With your Guide. You can find a PDF version here, but it is worth getting the physical book also. It has lots of good information, questions that come up during the process get answered and it is the source for most of the exercises in this course.

We recommend to start the connection process under guidance of a teacher in a physical channeling course. We share the exercises here just so you can explore the exercises and get an idea of what it entails.

1) First Meeting with your Guide
You can find the first exercise here:
Exercise 1 – First Meeting with Your Guide
Read through the exercise and do the exercise with a teacher and other people in a channeling class.

You can find a recording of this exercise of an earlier channeling class here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10nkeUZybSiTDXV2XxEi5Qtr3fuzPr9m_/

You can find some meditations to connect to your guide(s) here:
https://innerpeaceouterjoy.com/guided-meditation-meet-your-et-guide/

And you can do a couple of self regressions that train you to get into the same areas of consciousness. https://innerpeaceouterjoy.com/self-regression-explore-your-multidimensional-nature-in-a-safe-easy-and-free-way/

2) Verbally Channeling your Guide
You can find the second exercise here:
Exercise 2 – Verbally Channeling your Guide
Read through the exercise and do the exercise with a teacher and other people in a channeling class.

It is useful to have a list with questions ready for the person that is practising the channeling. You can make your own list but if you need some guidance you can use this list in addition or as a starting point: 7 Questions to Ask Your Guide When You First Start 

Go back to the Learning how to Channel – 3 part course