Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Today in Healing Yoga I introduced my version of mindfulness-based Reiki which began with, "In this moment I give up anger, In this moment I give up fear and worry, and In this moment I embrace gratitude and love." instead of the traditional "Just for today". It felt right to me but it is an interesting difference.
What is the meaning of "this moment" in contrast to "just for today". Are these phrases the same or fundamentally different? I think placing us in the current moment without any expectation of how the rest of the moments of the day will unfold, helps us tap more fully into the vibrations of love and gratitude. This is only my opinion and I would be grateful for your opinions and insights. I am no Reiki master. I am pure student and alchemist but I want to learn more so I put it out there for discussion. What do you think?
In any case, I felt pure love flowing through me today as I practiced and it hopefully spilled over onto you as I did so, dear reader.
May your life and each moment be filled with joyful abundance.
p.s. That cute dog peering at you is our sweet beagador Lolly. She sends you a lick and love too.