Reiki for North Korea and the USA

From our SoCal Halau ~ Harmony Blossom, Reiki Grandmaster and an Initiate of the A&O Order of Melchizedek

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!

Melchizedek Consciousness:  The Temple of Truth ~ The Solar Eclipse energies and World Service Activation

Welcome sweet ones, it gives us great pleasure to be with you in this month of August as you move into the Solar Eclipse passage on August 21st. Having passed through the 08-08 Lion’s Gateway and received the deepest levels of Divine Love through the Vortex of the Goddess that you are able to feel and experience in this Now, you are ready to accelerate your service work, your mission upon this sacred earth….

Source: The Temple of Truth ~ The Solar Eclipse energies and World Service Activation

Morning Thoughts – by James Allen

Spurious things have no value, whether they be bric-a-brac or men.

It is all-important that we be real; that we harbour no wish to appear other than what
we are; that we simulate no virtue, assume no excellency, adopt no disguise. The
hypocrite thinks he can hoodwink the world and the eternal law of the world. There is
but one person that he hoodwinks, and that is himself, and for that the law of the
world inflicts its righteous penalty. There is an old theory that the excessively wicked are
annihilated. I think to be a pretender is to come as near to annihilation as a man can get, for
there is a sense in which a man is gone, and in his place there is but a mirage of shams.

Na Mana’o – VALUES OF ALOHA …. by Kumu Melissa Leina’ala Haa Moniz

ALOHA—
Aloha is a value, one of unconditional love.
Aloha is the outpouring and receiving of the spirit.

HŌ‘OHANA—
The value of work: To work with intent and with purpose.

‘IMI ŌLA—
To “seek best life.” Our purpose in life is to seek its highest form.
The value of mission and vision.

HŌ‘OMAU—
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.

HŌ‘OKĪPA—
The value of hospitality, a hospitality of complete giving.
Welcome guests and strangers with your spirit of Aloha.

‘OHANA—
Those who are family, and those you choose to call your family.
As a value, ‘Ohana is a human circle of complete Aloha.

LŌKAHI—
The value of teamwork: Collaboration and cooperation. Harmony and unity.
People who work together can achieve more.

KĀKOU—
The value of communication, for “All of us.” We are in this together.
Learn to speak the language of we.

KULEANA—
One’s personal sense of responsibility.
“I accept my responsibilities, and I will be held accountable.”

‘IKE LŌA—
The value of learning. To know well. To seek knowledge and wisdom.

HĀ‘AHĀ‘A—
The value of humility. Be humble, be modest, and open your thoughts.

HŌ‘OHĀNOHĀNO—
To honor the dignity of others.
Conduct yourself with distinction, and cultivate respectfulness.

ĀLAKĀ‘I—
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.

MĀLĀMA—
The value of stewardship. To take care of.
To serve and to honor, to protect and care for.

MĀHALO—
“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.

PŌNŌ—
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.

Today’s Meditation, by James Allen

The might of meekness!

The man who conquers another by force is strong; the man who conquers himself by Meekness is mighty. He who conquers another by force will himself likewise be conquered; he who conquers himself by Meekness will never be overthrown, for the human cannot overcome the divine. The meek man is triumphant in defeat. Socrates lives the more by being put to death; in the crucified Jesus the risen Christ is revealed; and Stephen, in receiving his stoning, defies the hurting power of stones. That which is real cannot be destroyed, but only that which is unreal. When a man finds that within him which is real, which is constant, abiding, changeless, and eternal, he enters into that Reality, and becomes meek. All the powers of darkness will come against him, but they will do him no hurt, and will at last depart from him.

Today’s Meditation, by James Allen


The law which punishes us is the law which preserves us.

 

When in their ignorance men would destroy themselves, its everlasting arms are thrown about them in loving, albeit sometimes painful, protection. Every pain we suffer brings us nearer to the knowledge of the Divine Wisdom. Every blessedness we enjoy speaks to us of the perfection of the Great Law, and of the fullness of bliss that shall be man’s when he has come to his heritage of divine knowledge. We progress by learning, and we learn, up to a certain point, by suffering. When the heart is mellowed by love, the law of love is perceived in all its wonderful kindness; when wisdom is acquired, peace is assured. We cannot alter the law of things, which is of sublime perfection, but we can alter ourselves so as to comprehend more and more of that perfection, and make its grandeur ours.

Today’s Meditation, by James Allen

The silent, calm people will manifest a more enduring form of success than those who are noisy and restless.

When a man exchanges coppers for silver, and silver for gold, he does not thereby give up the use of money; he exchanges a heavy mass for one that is lighter and smaller but more valuable. So when a man exchanges hurry for deliberation, and deliberation for calmness, he does not give up effort, he merely exchanges a diffusive and more or less ineffective energy for a more highly concentrated, effective, and valuable form.  Yet even the crudest forms of effort are necessary at first, for without them to begin with the higher forms could not be acquired. The child must crawl before it can walk; it must babble before it can talk; it must talk before it can compose. Man begins in weakness and ends in strength, but from beginning to end he advances by the efforts he makes, by the exertion he puts forth.

Today’s Meditation, by James Allen

In order to achieve the higher forms of success, a man must give up anxiety, hurry, and fussiness.

Pressing forward persistently along a given way is sure to lead to a destination that is definitely associated with that way. Frequent going aside, or turning back, will render effort fruitless; no destination will be reached; success will remain afar off.  Effort, and the more effort, and then effort again, is the keynote of success. As the simple old saying has it: “If at first you don’t succeed, Try again.”  All the precepts of successful business men are precepts of doing; all the precepts of the wise teachers are precepts of doing. To cease to do is to cease to be of any use in the economy of life. Doing means effort, exertion.

Today’s Meditation, by James Allen

Without exertion nothing can be accomplished.

Be still, my soul, and know that peace is thine. Be steadfast, heart, and know that strength divine Belongs to thee; cease from thy turmoil, mind, and thou the Everlasting Rest shalt find.  If a man would have peace, let him exercise the spirit of peace; if he would find Love, let him dwell in the spirit of Love; if he would escape suffering, let him cease to inflict it; if he would do noble things for humanity, let him cease to do ignoble things for himself. If he will but quarry the mine of his own soul, he shall find there all the materials for building whatsoever he will, and he shall find there also the Central Rock on which to build in safety.

Morning Meditation, by James Allen

By curbing his tongue, a man gains possession of his mind. The fool babbles, gossips, argues, and bandies words. He glories in the fact that he has had the last word, and has silenced his opponent. He exults in his own folly, is ever on the defensive, and wastes his energies in unprofitable channels. He is like a gardener who continues to dig and plant in unproductive soil. The wise man avoids idle words, gossips, vain argument, and self-defence. He is content to appear defeated; rejoices when he is defeated; knowing that, having found and removed another error in himself, he has thereby become wiser. Blessed is he who does not strive for the last word. — James Allen

Reflections …

The true silence is not merely a silent tongue; it is a silent mind. To merely hold one’s tongue, and yet to carry about a disturbed and rankling mind, is no remedy for weakness, and no source of power.  Silentness, to be powerful, must envelop the whole mind, must permeate every chamber of the heart; it must be the silence of peace.  To this broad, deep, abiding silentness a man attains only in the measure that he conquers himself.  — James Allen

Today’s Meditation

Every thought you produce, anything you say, any action you do, it bears your signature. You are like a candle. Imagine you are sending Light out all around you. All your words, thoughts and actions are going in many directions. If you say something kind, your kind words go in many directions, and you yourself go with them. We are transforming and continuing in a different form at any moment.
~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Morning Meditation for June 16, 2017 – James Allen

Let a man realize that life in its totality proceeds from the mind, and lo, the way of blessedness is opened up to him! For he will then discover that he possesses the power to rule his mind and to fashion it in accordance with his Ideal.

So will he elect to strongly and steadfastly walk those pathways of thought and action which are altogether excellent; to him life will become beautiful and sacred; and, sooner or later, he will put to flight all evil, confusion, and suffering; for it is impossible for a man to fall short of liberation, enlightenment, and peace, who guards with unwearying diligence the gateway of his heart.

Daily Mystic Reflections … by Sri K. Parvathi Kumar

Gates open wide.  Boat launched ocean.  Star guides boat.  Star reflects fish in ocean.  Fisherman sails.  Fishing of man.

The life of an adept moves like a boat in a river.  The boat moves as per the currents of the river.  The adept moves as per the currents of the time.  The river joins the ocean; likewise, the adept’s life joins the greater life.  When the river joins the ocean, it opens wide forming deltas.  Also, the life of an adept grows far wider before joining the great life.  He becomes a planetary worker influencing many lives in all parts of the globe.  His life becomes unlimited.  His travel also becomes eternal and unlimited.  The distant stars form the guide.  The Great Bear, the Pleiades and Sirius keep guiding the adept.  The stars are reflected on Earth as the Hierarchy.  The Hierarchy of the Masters of Wisdom keeps guiding.  The hunter turned king.  The king turned saint.  The saint joins the Hierarchy.  Hereafter, he has only one work.  It is fishing the souls.  He sails in life and keeps fishing the souls to restore them to the path.  The saint becomes the fisherman.  He is a fisher of men.

Morning Meditation for June 15, 2017 – James Allen

When a man’s soul is clouded with selfishness in any or every form, he loses the power of spiritual discrimination and confuses the temporal with the eternal.

Men cling to and gratify the flesh as though it were going to last forever, and though they try to forget the nearness and inevitability of its dissolution, the dread of death and of loss of all that they cling to clouds their happiest hours and the chilling shadow of their own selfishness follows them like a remorseless spectre.

And with the accumulation of temporal comforts and luxuries, the divinity within men is drugged, and  they sink deeper and deeper into materiality, into the perishable life of the senses; and where there is sufficient intellect, theories concerning the immortality of the flesh come to be regarded as infallible truths.

Prayer of Empowerment | Lanakila

O My Guardian Angel,

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, bring me good luck every day of my life;

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, bring abundance and Wealth into my life;

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, let Love shine in my life;

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, grant me the powers of the mind to understand the great mysteries of the universe, to allow me to discover the thoughts of others, and to have them act for me;

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, grant me Divine Strength and Energy, and ensure that they rule supreme over my life;

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, reveal to me the impenetrable paths of the future, and guide me on the path to Happiness; and

by Heaven’s Strength and Power, ensure that all the beautiful things I wish for come true in my life.

And as I will it, so shall it BE.