Tune-in. Ong Namo….
Innocent Thumbs Meditation:
Contemplate the mind. Whether it feels good, uncomfortable, right, or wrong: Just contain everything, and don’t judge it. Allow everything that feels comfortable, and everything that feels uncomfortable. Treat it the same. Don’t reject any part of your experience.
Time: 11 minutes
Our effectiveness as healers is limited by our capacity to contain the experience. The connection is our experience. If we just have the experience, we can be stable in the relation.
Meditation To Help You To Know The Psyche Of The Other:
(SaTaNaMa silently; feel the sensation of your nose’s being inverted)
Just surrender to the sensation of holding this position, regardless of distractions. Become aware of your emotional sensations. The Field that this Mudra is producing is part of the ElectroMagnetic Field.
Time: 11 minutes
Do that Meditation for 11 minutes every day. It’s profound.
That Meditation is useful as it puts you in a place that goes directly toward merging with the psyche of the other, disarming the rational intellect, which is driven by our subconscious, which comes between allowing something new to happen.
Our perceptions form a Field that is our reality. The ElectroMagnetic Field, which is a name for everything’s affecting everything, is present in our Perceptive Field. All of the ElectroMagnetic Field is contained in the Perceptive Field. We feel our own Perceptive Field. We feel only ourself. Every part of the ElectroMagnetic Field is the same as the whole ElectroMagnetic Field.
Whatever we relate with in some ways affects us in our perception and how our perception alters. When we relate with a Tiny Pet in a healing relation, the entire Perceptive Field becomes representative of the relation. This is a model to help us not to get hung up in some part of it.
Our experience itself completely represents that connection with our Tiny Pet. It all relates. If we hold that non-position, then we’ll have the effective merging with no separation.
Round One: Open the space. Recall the space of that Meditation. Recite “SaTaNaMa” silently to yourself, and be aware of the sensation of your upside-down nose. Become aware of the Chakra that most closely corresponds with the dominant resistance in your space. Place your awareness in that Chakra. Set the intention to lessen the density in the space. Become aware of the Silence in the space. Place your awareness in the center of the Silence. Use your intention to neutralize the resistances. Come to conclusion.
Round Two: Repeat of Round One….
Round Three: Repeat of Rounds One and Two….
Round Four: Repeat of Rounds One, Two, and Three….
We learn this by having the experience.
If you can choose how you’re relating, it doesn’t matter whether you talk or not.
We’ll close class now.
Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)