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I honor the place in you in which the entire universe dwells.
I honor the place in you which is of love, of truth, of light, and of peace.
When you are in that place in you, and I am in that place in me,
we are One.

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“People usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air,but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child — our own two eyes.

All is a miracle.”   Thich Nhat Hanh

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I lovingly take back my power. I release this old idea and let it go.

I give myself permission to change.

No person, place, or thing has any power over me. I am free.

I create a new life with new rules that totally support me.

The past is over. I choose to love and approve of myself in the now.

I easily and comfortably release that which I no longer need in life.

I am doing the best I can. I am wonderful. I am at peace.

I am willing to change and grow. I now create a safe, new future.

I refuse to limit myself. I am always willing to take the next step.

I choose to handle all my experiences with love, joy, and ease.

I move beyond past limitations into the freedom of the now.

I love and cherish myself. It is safe for me to care for myself.

I now choose to support myself in loving, joyous ways.

All desire for [whatever it is you’re addicted to] has left me and I am free.

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Even when being generous feels forced, even at times when giving your time or money feels about as attractive as getting into a cold shower, you can still do it as a practice. Even imperfect generosity is beneficial. Being generous transforms us, which means that the more we do it, the better we get at it, just as practice improves our meditation or our tennis serve or our social skills.

The practice of generosity confronts us on several levels. It tests our trust in abundance. It tests our ability to empathize with others. And finally, it calls us on our sense of separation. The more “different” we feel from other people, the harder it will be to give freely. The more we recognize that we are one and that other people’s happiness is as important as ours, the more easily we can offer what we have. At the same time, acting generously strengthens our feeling of connectedness to the rest of the world. That’s the true fruit of practicing generosity. Sooner or later, it will give us the insight that giving to others is really giving to ourselves — because in truth there is no other.

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Be Courageous

What does courage tempered by wisdom look like?

Basically, we’re talking about the difference between the raw and the cooked, the green and the ripened. Between the two lies a world of discipline, surrender, and experience.

Raw courage, for one thing, is based on emotion, fueled by anger and desire. Yet raw courage can also operate without morals or ethics; it can work in the service of aims that are unconscious, deluded, or even sleazy. The real mark of uncooked courage is the trail it leaves, a karmic minefield of misunderstanding, pain, and enmity that can injure us if it isn’t cleared.

Cooked or ripe courage, on the other hand, contains discipline, wisdom, and, especially, a quality of presence. Skill has something to do with it, of course. It’s much easier to act bravely when we know how to do what we’re doing. Ultimately, though, ripened courage rests on a profound trust in something greater than your own abilities — it lies in trusting the Self, the Divine, the stability of one’s own center.

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This is a very beautiful healing and calming meditation for peace and harmony.
1. Sit quietly in a chair or floor with a straight posture and relax your muscles for a couple minutes.
2. Meditate on your liver (upper right rib cage); visualize the color green for one minute.
3. Meditate on the heart and visualize the color red for a minute
4. Meditate on the stomach (upper left rib cage) and visualize the color yellow.
5. Meditate on your lungs and visualize the color white for one minute
6. Meditate on your kidneys and visualize the color dark blue for a minute.

Practice this meditation until you feel the peace of God or Tao flowing through you. Meditate when you have good energy and feel rested. Perform morning or night or when you feel upset, angry, fearful, anxious or out-of- balance. Go inside to find inner peace, then go out into the world with love. Learn to do things for the joy of doing them. Sing for the joy of singing, dance for the joy of dancing, work for the joy of working, serve for the joy of serving, without thinking of a reward.

Above all, see the beautiful in life and be thankful for what you have.

The love of God-Tao will shower blessings upon you beyond your wildest expectations!

May it be so.

Peace and Love for everyone.

Peace and Love for you.

Peace and Love for me.




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“All the peace and happiness of the whole globe,
the peace and happiness of societies,
the peace and happiness of family,
the peace and happiness in the individual persons’ life,
and the peace and happiness of even the animals and so forth,
all depends on having loving kindness toward each other.”

Lama Zopa Rinpoche


A praise of compassion by Lama Zopa Rinpoche:

“Live with compassion
Work with compassion
Die with compassion
Meditate with compassion
Enjoy with compassion
When problems come,
Experience them with compassion.”
The definition of compassion is: wanting others to be free from suffering. So compassion is the definition of the highest scope of motivation. It is said that to generate genuine compassion, one needs to realise that oneself is suffering, that an end to suffering is possible, and that other beings similarly want to be free from suffering.
This may seem difficult, however you are just a thought away to change how you feel and how you wish to be –  to experience the world you live in.  In my life, allowing myself experience the practice of compassion has given me self-love.  Self-love is unconditionnal love for my life and for myself.  This self-love is abundant and  universal.  We can choose to be ourselves if we allow ourselves find the courage to live as we please to live.  Since the beginning life, there will never be another person just like you and there never will be. So enjoy yourself.  Love yourself.  Be a friend with yourself.  Forgive yourself.  Be kind to yourself.  Find compassion towards yourself. Find compassion towards others.

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If you love your Spirit enough to feel it, strengthen it, respect it, honor it, follow it, trust it and express it; your life will work.

This may sound difficult but it not as challenging as it seems. It starts with becoming aware of yourself as a spirit, and that it has entered your being with your first breath. Once you recognize that as a spirit you carry holiness within you, make it a daily intention to honor that holiness of Spirit within with a few basic, unwavering decisions.

  1. Start your day with ten minutes of meditation. Decide what the most important thing for that day is for you, and then honor that one thing first, and not last.
  2. Remember to breathe. Take a deep breath before you think, speak, and act. Breath is spirit. Let it lead every day.
  3. Sing. Listen to your favorite music and sing along. Singing opens the heart where Spirit lives. Singing invites the Spirit within you to express itself.
  4. Dance. Even if it’s only two or three steps before you get in the car. To dance is to move with spirit and give up control.
  5. Move a lot and often. Practice QiGong. Take a walk. Stretch. Touch your toes. Hop on one foot then another. Keep active. Have you ever heard the expression, “The Spirit moved me?” Let it.
  6. Wonder. Let the inner child in you come out and play. Leonardo wondered about 100 things a day. Can you wonder about a few things yourself?
  7. Laugh. Laughter is the language of Spirit. If you can’t think of anything funny go to YouTube and look for funny videos. Laughter is a habit to be maintained if you want to live in the Spirit.
  8. Be grateful for everything. Say, “I’m grateful” at least ten times a day out loud.
  9. Ask for help. Reach out and allow yourself to receive from others and from life.
  10. Say yes to your intuition and follow it. Don’t push it away. Give it a place of respect and appreciation on your life.

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“Holistic gratitude” is independent of situations and circumstances.  It is a feeling of gratitude for life itself, for existence, for anything and everything you experience. But rather than being a temporary emotion that requires constant focus, “Holistic gratitude” is more of an underlying attitude.  With practice it becomes part of your identity.

“Holistic gratitude” is being grateful for:

  • your life
  • the universeintentions
  • time and space
  • your problems, challenges, and hardships
  • your foibles and mistakes
  • your consciousness
  • your ego
  • people who treat you unkindly or unfairly
  • your thoughts and emotions
  • your freedom of choice
  • ideas and concepts

“How wonderful it is to exist!” Circumstances are irrelevant because this form of gratitude is a choice that needs no justification.  It is a sense of utter fascination with the very notion of existence.

You become grateful for the adventure that is life, including all of its twists and turns.  This form of gratitude is synonymous with unconditional love because there is no attachment to circumstances or outcomes.  Consequently, there is no fear of loss or change.

“Holistic gratitude” is like having a constant echo in the back of your consciousness saying, “Wow!” “Wow!” “Wow!” Everything else is experienced on top of that Wow.  Gratitude becomes the canvas upon which your life is painted.

If you can remain in that state of wonder, you’re likely to experience to simply BE GRATEFUL.  When you feel grateful for existence itself, you move from doing grateful to being grateful.  You finally activate the Law of Attraction because you’re broadcasting gratitude all the time.  It becomes part of your identity.  Ultimately you attract circumstances that resonate with who you are.

Just say, “I am grateful.”

“I am thankful.”



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