Meditation: LA721-920325: for the Intuitive Intellect

  • –  Sit in easy pose, elbows down, forearms up at angle to front.
  • –  Palms a little toward face, fingers spread.
  • –  Look at the tip of your nose.
  • –  Sing with CD and touch thumbs tofingertips in rhythm with words –
    On Humee touch Mercury/little finger.
    On Hum touch Saturn/middle finger.
    On Brahm touch Jupiter/index finger.
    On Hum touch Mercury/little finger again.
  • –  Gently bounce knees up and down with each word.

End Inhale, hold, and exhale. (You can shake hands after.)

    Humee Hum Brum Hum

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Today: “Be an inspiration to others. Nurture them with your encouragement.” – From the I Ching

Be an inspiration to others. Nurture them with your encouragement.  Your connection with the divine will provide inexhaustible support.
Do not stray off course.  Do not allow corruption to creep in through apathy.
At this point there is a delicate equilibrium.  Do not let it decay into chaos.

Read the text from Richard Wilhelm's and subsequent translations of the I Ching

#48, line 1, #63

The Superior Person refreshes the people with constant encouragement to help one another.
There is a Source common to us all.  Jung named it the Collective Unconscious.  Others hail it as God within.
If a man wanders around in swampy lowlands, his life is submerged in mud. Such a man loses all significance for mankind. He who throws himself away is no longer sought out by others. In the end no one troubles about him any more.
The transition from the old to the new time is already accomplished. In principle, everything stands systematised, and it is only in regard to details that success is still to be achieved. In respect to this, however, we must be careful to maintain the right attitude. Everything proceeds as if of its own accord, and this can all too easily tempt us to relax and let things take their course without troubling over details. Such indifference is the root of all evil. Symptoms of decay are bound to be the result. Here we have the rule indicating the usual course of history. But this rule is not an inescapable law. He who understands it is in position to avoid its effects by dint of unremitting perseverance and caution.

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Today: “You are Teachers. You have to learn something which you will teach. What you have to teach is, “To be, to be.” – Yogi Bhajan

“You are Teachers. You have to learn something which you will teach. What you have to teach is, “To be, to be.” You cannot live and practice, “To be, not to be.” Your mood and mind are your servants; they are not your masters. If you want to be a teacher, you have to be a master. Then mood and mind are your servants, and you and your being serve the spirit. If your spirit is here in a common sense for all, then you only see soul.” Yogi Bhajan

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