There are different ways you can create spiritual energy and the different types of spiritual energy can produce different types of spiritual experiences. What this means is you have the ability increase your spiritual experiences and spiritual energy.
The different types of integration are associated with each of the different chakras; movement on the earth, movement with the water, movement in the air, love, physical contact, inter-level contact, contact and integration with the Tao.
The Lower Chakras
The first three tools of integration and contact are associated with the first three chakras and are contacting and integrating with the earth, water, and air. Point 1 refers to the movement of the earth on the earth and within the earth. Point 2 relates to the movement of the water on the water and within the water. Point 3 relates to movement of the air on the air and within the air. Each of these movements have both a different physical feeling and different spiritual meaning.
The Upper Chakras
The upper three chakras are related to contact on the different planes of the Tao; physical contact, astral and inter-level contact, and then finally, contact with the Tao (or if you prefer, the life force energy, God, Goddess, All that is). In this process, you are bonding with a hgiher entity, whether you call it the Tao or the Goddess, or Mother Earth. It is an experience of complete oneness, of being accepted and enveloped by something much greater than yourself.
The Balancing Position
The fourth tool is associated with the fourth chakra, which is associated with the energy of love and balance. This is also the energy that ultimately binds and connects everything together.
There are different methods and ways you can use these different tools to help you create spiritual energy. The key to using these integration and contact tools are to engage and be aware of your feelings, engage your thoughts as well as engage your body.
Also pay attention to how your individual movements interact with the elements. How does it feel to walk barefoot upon the earth, for example? What are the sensations you experience as you swim? What do you feel when the wind blows? What movements bring you greater closeness or feelings of closeness with the earth, water, or air? These mindful connections nourish and strengthen those interactions.