Study me as much as you like, you will not know me, for I differ in a hundred ways from what you see me to be. Put yourself behind my eyes and see me as I see myself, for I have chosen to dwell in a place you cannot see.
Meditation raises my energy levels. Higher energy levels give me vitality and exuberance. In so doing I become a channel through which life flows effortlessly.
I remain connected to life by living in the present moment. Each time I do so, I am abundant and expanding, kind and loving, creative and receptive.
Nana kurobi ya oki
Seven times down, Eight times up
Silence isn’t quiet; it’s full of answers.
For those of you who have been using the first version and are interested in the changes, here is a summary of them:
1. After calling the column of Light, you watch it moving down into the body of Earth, to ensure that you are being vertically connected downwards as well as upwards.
2. You open the Cosmic and Earth Star portals BEFORE sending your grounding cord down. This makes an amazing difference to peoples experience of grounding!
3. Men and women both send the grounding cord from the second chakra down through the root into the core crystal. My guidance is that this is now appropriate for both men and women as we integrate our inner divine masculine and feminine and become more like each other.
4. There is a new step – calling unconditional love from yourself to yourself to open the heart chakra.
5. You ask for the 12 strands of DNA and 12 chakras to be reconnected in the same command. This brings awareness to how the 2 processes are assisting each other in our reconnection.
6. Chanting OM NYALIMAN SHANTI is on a separate track, with more explanation on how to use the mantra effectively.
Great Spirit, Almighty Healer and Creator of all things that surround us, it is with humbled hearts that we gather to offer up many thanks. So often we have taken things for granted and have not opened our eyes to the beauty that you have created. We send this prayer of thanks for the many blessings and gifts you have given. We thank you for the storms of life that give us strength to our spirit. We thank you for the rains that shower thirsty lands. We thank you for the lightning that provides the nitrates for a fertile soil. We thank you for the sacredness of the seasonal cycle, the four colors and the four corners. We thank you for the sacred circles found throughout the Universe to the bird nests among the trees. We thank you for the trees that supply us with the air to breathe. For the rushing waters flowing from the snow-capped mountains that hydrate our aging bodies, we thank you. We thank you for the calmness of the lakes and oceans in the early morning hours. We thank you for the smell of the salt air as we stand upon the shore, watching the gracefulness of the waves gently moving across the sand.
We thank you for the many miracles you have brought to your children. We thank you for the many herbs and plants that supply us with cures for our diseases and disorders. We thank you for the precious gift of life. We thank you for our Elders that teach us the importance of life and overcoming the impossible. May we give them the respect they deserve. We thank you for our children that show us the innocence and lessons we have long forgotten. May we erect an unbreakable foundation for our children to build upon. We thank you for family and friends that support us in our time of need. We thank you for the spirit that connects all living things. We thank you for the wisdom we find in our hearts. We thank you for our ancestors that continue to watch over us and give us the answers we need. We thank you for your forgiveness when we have brought dishonor to you. We thank you for your strength and your guidance as we stand against those that continue to wantonly destroy your creation.
We thank you for the early morning dew as it drips from the leaves. We thank you for Grandfather Sun as he send us warmth and light. We thank you for Grandmother Moon as she watches over us during our slumber. We thank you for Father Sky as he protects us throughout the day and night. We thank you for Mother Earth as she gives us all we need to survive. We thank you for all two-leggeds, four-leggeds, swimmers, fliers and crawlers that interact with us each day. We thank you for the beauty of the wolf, the grace of the horse, the power of the bear, and the strength of the eagle. May we take these qualities and bring back balance to an unbalanced world.
Aloha is the adventure that transforms my life.
I understand that my love for myself is the greatest possession I will ever have. Love for myself comes into being only when I accept and experience my feelings as they are, at this very moment, both pleasant and unpleasant. As I welcome my painful self, it heals. Loving myself provides the power for transformation.
When I stop blaming others for the way my life is, I let go protecting my victim-hood. I begin taking responsibility for myself and the way I live my life. I become more authentic and integral. I also notice myself becoming happier and filled with gratitude. The people I once blamed have been my best teachers.
I am happy. I am fulfilled. I am joyous. I am peaceful. I am in harmony with all. I am filled with the spirit of love and compassion.
Read those words again.
How does it feel? Would you like to take this an emotional step deeper? If yes, go to a mirror, and look into […]
The purpose of life, including our human life, is the evolution of consciousness. The aim of our human existence is to become as fully human as possible, to realise or make real the full potential inherent in the human condition. This applies to all levels of being human, to the biological, the emotional as well as the mental level.
Instead of seeing yourself as just a personality with a mind and a body, imagine yourself as part of an individualised life-stream that flows eternally towards increasingly higher levels of consciousness ~
by Walter Last, Introduction to an article from ~ http://www.health-science-spirit.com/spiritualpath.html
Dear Reiki People,
Please send Reiki and say prayers for the situation between North Korea and the US. Send it right now if you can and continue sending regularly. Also, encourage all your Reiki friends to do the same.
PEACE and ALOHA!
yanta santaṃ padaṃ abhisamecca:
Sakko ujū ca suhujū ca,
sūvaco cassa mudu anatimānī,
santussako ca subharo ca,
appakicco ca sallahukavutti,
santindriyo ca nipako ca,
Na ca khuddamācare kiñci
yena viññū pare upavadeyyuṃ.
This is to be done by one skilled in aims
who wants to break through to the state of peace:
Be capable, upright, & straightforward,
easy to instruct, gentle, & not conceited,
content & easy to support,
with few duties, living lightly,
with peaceful faculties, masterful,
modest, & no greed for supporters.
Do not do the slightest thing
that the wise would later censure.
Sutta Nipāta 1.143, 1.144, 1.145
Translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Constant judging is exhausting. As I let go the need to judge, I let go the need of others telling me what I should or shouldn’t do, and what I should or shouldn’t be.
Perception is awareness shaped by belief. Beliefs control perception. Rewrite beliefs and you rewrite perception. Rewrite perception and you rewrite genes and behavior. I am free to change how I respond to the world … so as I change how I see the world, I change my genetic expression. We are not victims of our genes: we are masters of our genetics.— Bruce Lipton, M.D.
Aloha is a value, one of unconditional love.
Aloha is the outpouring and receiving of the spirit.
The value of work: To work with intent and with purpose.
To “seek best life.” Our purpose in life is to seek its highest form.
The value of mission and vision.
The value of perseverance. To persist, to continue, to perpetuate. Never give up.
KŪLIA Ī KĀ NŪ‘U—
The value of achievement. “Strive to reach the summit.”
Pursue personal excellence in all you do.
The value of hospitality, a hospitality of complete giving.
Welcome guests and strangers with your spirit of Aloha.
Those who are family, and those you choose to call your family.
As a value, ‘Ohana is a human circle of complete Aloha.
The value of teamwork: Collaboration and cooperation. Harmony and unity.
People who work together can achieve more.
The value of communication, for “All of us.” We are in this together.
Learn to speak the language of we.
One’s personal sense of responsibility.
“I accept my responsibilities, and I will be held accountable.”
The value of learning. To know well. To seek knowledge and wisdom.
The value of humility. Be humble, be modest, and open your thoughts.
To honor the dignity of others.
Conduct yourself with distinction, and cultivate respectfulness.
The value of leadership. Lead with initiative, and with your good example.
You shall be the guide for others when you have gained their trust and respect.
The value of stewardship. To take care of.
To serve and to honor, to protect and care for.
“Thank you”, as a way of living.
Live in thankfulness for the richness that makes life so precious.
NĀNĀ I KE KUMU—
Look to your Sense of Place and sources of spirit, and you find your truth.
The value of integrity, of rightness and balance.
The feeling of contentment when all is good and all is right.
KĀ LĀ HĪKI ŌLA—
“The dawning of a new day.” Optimism.
The value of hope and promise.
Reframing negative thoughts into positive thoughts, over time changes the way I think. My outward circumstances change, too. As I experience more optimism, I attract greater prosperity and abundance into my life.