If you want to heal your Karma and try to activate your chakras in order to get somehow “enlightened” (Baba Ram Dass says, that sometimes it takes mor then one lifetime to get really enlightened) you might try a Kundalini Meditation which is described as follows:
You might wanna try “My way of Meditatio…” (which is described on the “spiritualized ‘psychos'”, “spirituality” and “spiritualized medicine” pages of my blog site), but leave out the parts with the “psychedelics” and the part with “good vibes music”, and try the meditation sober and in total silence.
When it comes to the prayer to your angels part, ask the angels in the prayer to help activate your chakras and put some light according to the colors of the rainbow into your chakras and guide you further through the meditation process.
Also, you should use the following breathing technique (circular breath):
Breathe deep through your nose and visualize guiding the breath from your nose to your third eye on your forehead further to your crown chakra and then down your spine in your back along the chakras in your spine down onto and into your base chakra, and then breathe out softly, guiding your breathe from the base chakra in front of your body along your main chakras to and out your mouth.
Repeat that as often as it “feels” good.
You also should have had some “psychedelic” experience, maybe with the Mazatek Velada (described on my “spiritualized ‘psychos'” and “spiritualized medicine” pages of my blog site), and accompany your meditation trys, with studying of holy scriptures to also prepare, repair and heal your mind, so that you are prepared and don’t get overwhelmed by the experiences of a Kundalini awakening, because a Kundalini awakening might be accompanied by extreme experiences of visions and maybe out of body experiences or other extreme experiences (e.g. NDE).
So the Kundalini Meditation somehow is the “Rolls Royce” of meditations and highly energetic and so after the meditation, you might maybe want to smoke a ciggie or drink a valerian root tea for calming and coming down.
(Of course, the Meditation possibly won’t enlighten you the very first time!)