Meditation and Our Birthright 16 y
Here is a piece by Matthew Fox-
The Cosmic Christ awakens mindfulness, which instructs the person in their and right to experience the presence of divinity around and through them. It opens their minds and hearts to the universe, to what is, and to who we are: citizens of a vast universe twenty billion-year history that is still as yet unfinished-and to which we are called to complete; citizens of a universe of one hundred billion light galaxies, of which ours is a mysteriously small one. A mindful religion, then, awakens the mind rather than dulls it; It praises the mind rather than diminishes it; it resurrects than m ... read more
Meditiation for negative emotions past and present 16 y
Step-by-step instructions for ganpati meditation that erases past and present negativity
(Pronounced ”gun” and ”puti”)
This is a very sacred kriya.
”Ganpati” also means ”Ganesha,” the elephant God who rode on the back of a rat, a rat which could go anywhere. There’s nothing in the world where Ganpati cannot penetrate. It is also called the impossible-possible kriya, where all negatives from the past and present will be redeemed.
Ganpati is sometimes called ”mangalam” - the God of Happiness.
This meditation deals with samskaras, karma. and dharma. It will take away all samskaras, all the negative karmas you carry from past lives and have to pay ... read more
Breathwork that clears self anger, and ill will 16 y
Breath is our connection as Spirit to all encompassing "One". It joins us to our universal self with is our true nature thereby calming and reassuring us that we are loved, protected and worthy of everything we are made for.
Mudra meditation to calm the mind
and to cure feelings of ill will, self anger,
hostility, self-hatred or self-animosity. This is a mudra/ breath meditation to remove our self imposed obstacles.
Sit in easy pose with a straight spine
Stay alert. Fix the eyes on the tip of the nose
This meditation requires the trunk of the body to stay straight without rocking back and forth. Relax the arms at the sides and raise the forearms up and in toward the chest until the hands meet in front of the chest at the heart level and make fists of the hands.
The palms face each oth ... read more