A metta mediation, chakra-style

You may or may not have heard of metta prayer or metta mediation. It’s also known as loving-kindness meditation. The gist of it is, you repeat three or four positive phrases either in your mind or out loud.

First, you apply the phrases to yourself. For example: May I be happy. May I be healthy. May I be free of suffering.

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Take a news media break, today

It’s not about any particular news story, it’s about all of them. Every day is a newly-created news chaos situation by design, no matter what day of a year of a cycle. Same energy, different topic. As a species, we humans tend to allow these external glowing screens to create our own personal and internal mood, tone, and emotions.

I say, not today.

Today I’m turning off the TV. Instead, I’m intentionally spreading love. I choose to see the good. I’m focusing on connection. I am bringing it, from within — and I’m sharing it with others.

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Supercharge your morning (part 13)

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“What is one thing you can do this morning to make all your tomorrows be your best yet?”

Just for this morning

create more of Heaven on Earth.

Be a conduit from the above to the below.

Operate solely from your heart center.

 

Tom Evans, Supercharge Your Morning

Heart centered.

As above, so below.

Be that, today.

And see it in others as well.

eBook and a quoted inspiration

Wahoo! The eBook of This Time, Glide is now available! You can find it where the hardcover and paperback versions are available:

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SPECIAL REQUEST: After reading my book, would you please post your thoughts in a review??

It’s easy to copy and paste a review to all 3 online locations, linked above! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

And now, a gift of a quoted message for you today:

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Even in our scary differences we are still alike

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What’s the difference, for the observer, between one person moving through their life by seemingly needing everything to be planned out and in its proper slot, and another person seemingly taking things as they come and just seeing what happens?

Being privy to their thought process.

Both types, as we watch them, are relaxed and enjoying the end result. When it’s actually time for the event, the situation, the outcome, each are present in the moment. But when using our own lens, it’s easy to get judgy about how the other navigates. When each are actually similar, but we don’t see that.

When we hear others

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