“Remember, we are all affecting the world every moment, whether we mean to or not, with our actions and states of mind matter, because we’re so deeply interconnected with one another. Working on our own consciousness is the most important thing that we are doing at any moment, and being Love is the supreme creative act.” – Ram Dass
You just entered a new state! In mind, body, and spirit. Something has shifted for you to start recognizing and accepting your miracles and blessings. Accept this new state right now. No matter what’s happening or what you’re going through it’s already done.
Now, elevate your mindset, outlook, and attitude to a new state. Think of your current situation from a different perspective. A positive perspective where it no longer has power over you, but you have power over it and how you see it. You choose how you respond to it. Accept a new state. Don’t think what’s happening is final. You can decide right now that it’s a complete vision, that you are healed, that you are okay, that it has worked out, that it is for all good right now. Claim a new state.
Feel something new within yourself that brings you ease. It’s all just a moment and you are the shinning light guiding the way. You are on an adventure and this is just a reminder to take it easy on yourself. You’re doing all that you can. You have so much strength to keep it all together and still continue to evolve. It’s so admirable. You too need to see it. You need to feel it in this moment that all is okay.
You’ve overcome too much and every single moment you continue to thrive with so much life. You are beyond powerful. You are so special in ways you sometimes forget to see. Your superpowers are your natural abilities. Feel a renewed sense of self where the day to day life empowers you to love, be open, and clear with your spoken words, thoughts, and feelings.
Each time you find yourself getting caught up, say “I welcome a new state of mind!” This automatically lifts you up instead of going into what’s happening. Solutions come through elevation of the mind and declaration of something greater.
“Whatever can be conceptualized is therefore relative, and whatever is relative is Sunya, empty. Since absolute inconceivable truth is also Sunya, Sunyata or the void is shared by both Samsara and Nirvana. Ultimately, Nirvana truly realized is Samsara properly understood.” — Nagarjuna
Join us for this powerful Kundalini Yoga Meditation to Bless Yourself using the Mantra “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo” ( I bow to the subtle Divine teacher within).
“It is the first human right and duty to bless the Self and to bless all.” — Yogi Bhajan.
Purifying oneself is an ancient technology. The indigenous people of the world have practiced some kind of purifying ceremonies for centuries. It enabled them to bless themselves and then tend to others healing.
It can be a challenge as teachers or students to bless ourselves first. But in order to be able to bless and pray effectively for others we must clear our own duality first.
How can we be a channel for the Infinite if we cannot clear ourselves first?
We must dig deep in order to clear our own shadows so that the light of consciousness can be ignited within us. We practice seeing The Divine in others, but most important is starting with ourselves.
It can be awkward for us to do this for ourselves. What were we taught as children? Is there a lack of self esteem that does not allow oneself to bless oneself?
It is good to remember that in blessing ourselves, we learn to bless everyone.
“I open my heart and send forth my energy of love and understanding to everyone who has made me suffer, to those who have destroyed much of my life and the lives of those I love. I know now that these people have themselves undergone a lot of suffering and that their hearts are overloaded with pain, anger, and hatred. I pray that they can be transformed to experience the joy of living, so that they will not continue to make themselves and others suffer. I see their suffering and do not want to hold any feelings of hatred or anger in myself toward them. I do not want them to suffer. I channel my energy of love and understanding to them and ask all my ancestors to help them.”
The gift of Dhamma triumphs over all other gifts;
the taste of Dhamma triumphs over all other tastes;
the happiness of Dhamma triumphs over all other pleasures;
the eradication of craving triumphs over all suffering.
The Discourse Summaries by S.N. Goenka
I am dust particles in sunlight. I am the round sun. To the bits of dust I say, Stay. To the sun, Keep moving. I am morning mist, and the breathing of evening. I am wind in the top of a grove, and surf on the cliff. Mast, rudder, helmsman, and keel, I am also the coral reef they founder on. I am a tree with a trained parrot in its branches. Silence, thought, and voice. The musical air coming through a flute, a spark of a stone, a flickering in metal. Both candle and the moth crazy around it. Rose, and the nightingale lost in the fragrance. I am all orders of being, the circling galaxy, the evolutionary intelligence, the lift, and the falling away. What is, and what isn’t. You who know Jelaluddin, You the one in all, say who I am. Say I am You. – Rumi