HNS Class Golden Bridge Hollywood – 2012-08-22 – Using Contemplation to Diagnose

Tune-in. Ong Namo….

Let’s do our favorite Meditation.

Innocent Thumbs Meditation: Be very still. Go into Silence. — 11 minutes.

So do we all know what we’re doing here?

Student: Maybe.

We’re going to work on the “maybe.”

Healing Exercises
Round One: Open the space. Set the intention to come into relation with your partner. Move your awareness so that your awareness is centered in your Navel. Now include Fire in the relation with your partner. Now contemplate your intention to come into relation with your partner and to heal your partner. Continue to allow everything to change. When a new intention forms, contemplate the new intention, and continue to allow everything to change. Now in the way that you’re currently relating with your partner, heal your partner. Come to conclusion.

Rather than say, “I know what’s wrong with you, and I’m going to fix that,” contemplate the intention to heal; and then how you’re relating changes. Always take the current intention as the motivation of the healing. That way we don’t react from our own tendencies, and we’re not allowing our own conditions to be the basis of the intention.

You always go with your own experience. If you’re experiencing pain or a contraction, contemplating that will lead you to a place where healing needs to happen. Through contemplation the way that you relate becomes deeper and more complex.

The sensation you experience produces thoughts. There’s always some tendency in the space. Contemplating that tendency produces more tendencies, which brings you closer to a more absolute Field of Perception.

If you are sick with the flu, contemplate that tendency in relation with your partner as your condition belongs to the relation; and then your experience of your condition will change. It will turn into something different.

If you are teaching a class and you’re sick, contemplate that along with your intention in teaching the class; and then your experience of your condition will change. Your perception goes way beyond the identification with the condition. When you’re merging with what you’re relating with, your perception changes. You’ve then gone to a place that includes your condition and more.

You may have a strong chronic tendency of a backache. That’s okay. Contemplate that experience in relation with what you’re relating with. Then you’ll have a new perception of new tendencies.

The healing is not just based on relieving your own anxiety. Contemplate your intention to heal along with the presence of your anxiety. Your own internal tendencies and resistances become part of the whole experience.

It’s easy to react.

There were certain people I used to heal who always gave me a headache every time I healed them. I knew that I would always get a headache when I healed those people.

Round Two: Repeat of Round One….

(Robert left class to go to an appointment.)

Round Three: Repeat of Rounds One and Two….

Round Four: Repeat of Rounds One, Two, and Three….

So did anybody have a sensation that clarified of what you were ultimately healing at the end of the session?

Using this method can make your healing more efficient. You’ll resolve something at some point very efficiently and quickly.

The First Rule of Healing: We don’t hold a position.

We’ll finish now.

Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)

Author: harinam

Yogi, teacher, healer