Monday, April 20, 2015

Da Ai for an Open Heart

An open heart is what propels us deeper into our spiritual growth.

Why do we want to grow spiritually?
The more we grow the more wisdom we obtain.
We understand better how our thoughts, actions and behaviors affect our lives.
We understand better how we create our lives. We understand that if we create negativity we suffer as a result.

An open heart connects with the heart of the Divine.  An open heart connects with the heart of the Source.  Our hearts are nourished and fed by the Source.

How do we open our hearts?
By wanting to open our hearts.
By conquering the fear within that would prevent us from opening our heart.

We conquer fear through Da Ai - Greatest Love.

We can chant Da Ai while visualizing love, greatest love, vibrating in our bodies.
We can concentrate in the area of the kidneys.  The kidneys carry the emotion of fear.

Chant often.  Send Da Ai out to your family, friends, pets, your neighbors pets, to your environment, your community.
Visual the Da Ai everywhere.

This is the way to open your heart.
We are all very blessed.

Friday, April 10, 2015

There is no path to happiness;  happiness is the path.
-Gautama Buddha

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Ba Gua Practice: Xun Feng

There is such beauty in the way the wind blows the trees.  There is a very unique pattern to the way the wind blows and the way the tree responds.

Man has tried to reproduce this pattern in artwork and in other ways.

Did you know that the wind has healing qualities that we can access?

Master Sha has given us the Ba Gua.  Tao Ba Gua are eight trigrams that represent Heaven, Mother Earth, fire, water, mountain, lake, wind and thunder.

These eight elements are found in human beings, Mother Earth, Heaven and Tao.

In the Soul Mind Body Science book Master Sha offered great practices on how to access each of these natures for healing and rejuvenation in the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical bodies.

Please join me to do this powerful practice to bring the nature of the wind to heal and rejuvenate us.

Now, we will study and do the Xun Feng. “Xun” means Xun Gua. “Feng” means wind. Xun Feng (pro­ nounced shwin fung) is to be applied in the second Soul House, which is located between the genitals and navel.

Ba Gua Practice for the Lower Abdomen: Xun Feng

Body Power. Sit up straight. Put both palms on your lower abdomen, below the navel.

Soul Power. Say hello to inner souls:
Dear soul mind body of my second Soul House, my second energy chakra,
Dear soul mind body of my small intestine, large intestine, uterus, ovaries, and more,
I love you, honor you, and appreciate you. You can heal yourself.
You can rejuvenate yourself.
Do a good job!

Thank you.
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 Say hello to outer souls:
Dear Xun Feng (wind) of Ren Di Tian Tao,
I love you.
You have the power to remove all soul mind body blockages from my

second Soul House or second energy chakra, small intestine, large
intestine, uterus, ovaries, and more. Please bless me.
I am very grateful.
Thank you.

Mind Power. Put your mind on the second Soul House (in your abdomen between the genitals and navel). Visualize golden light.

Sound Power. Chant the Tao Ba Gua mantra:

Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi (pronounced wren dee tyen dow shwin fung huh yee)
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi
Ren Di Tian Tao Xun Feng He Yi ...

Chant for ten minutes per time, three or more times per day. For chronic and life­threatening conditions in this area, chant for two hours or more a day. You can add all of your chanting time together to total at least two hours a day.

I invite you to dedicate yourself to do this practice every day for two weeks.

See for yourself the power and significance of Xun Feng in your body.

Love you!