This meditation was given to me by a friend who has used it to attract clients and like-minded folks to her. I have found it very helpful and I'd like to share it with you.
First, take a moment to think of the type of people you would like to attract into your life. What are the qualities you are looking for in them? Are you looking for clients or a new social network? Or, are you looking for something completely different? Whatever it is, just get a good idea of what you are seeking. Then, identify the part in you that is most like what it is that you are attracting. Connect with that part of you.
Now, as you are connected to that part, imagine yourself as a beautiful light. Remember that light is a vibration. Feel the vibration and movement of your light. Get a sense for what you, as the light, look like. Are you bright or dull? What color are you? Is there a temperature or weight to your light? How big are you?
Take a few moments to get settled into this feeling and imagery.
When you are ready, visualize the city/county/state that you are in. And, when you have a good sense of that, start to imagine each of the lights in that region which are similar to your vibration or light. See how they all pop up and make themselves known to you. As you begin to become aware of them make a conscious effort to connect your light with theirs. It might begin to look like a web or a net, or maybe it will look very different and unique unto your experience. The intention is to create links between you and others like you. Whatever comes, go with it. This process can take a few seconds or several minutes. It is up to you.
When you feel that you have connected successfully with as many lights as you wish, come back into waking consciousness. It can be helpful to write down any insights or knowledge you have gained from the meditation. Were the lights close to you, or far away? Did you have an easier time connecting with some? What did the other lights look like? These are a few questions to get you started in the right direction.
Congratulations! I'd love to hear feedback on your experience with this exercise.