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Day 31 ~ May Is For Metta 2018: Celebrating Our Journey of Lovingkindness and Compassion

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“Reaching a state of compassion is the ultimate gift we give ourselves as human beings.  It is knowing and feeling that all power is within us and that none is vested outside of us – neither in material things nor in the circumstance of our lives.  Compassion comes from loving ourselves so completely that we see and feel others only through that love.   In a state of compassion, Oneness is our reality.”  ~ Arnold […]

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Day 11 ~ May Is For Metta 2018: Offering Lovingkindness To A Neutral Being

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“My religion is very simple.  My religion is kindness.” ~ H.H. Dalai Lama Today, we will move our practice of Metta to the category of a Neutral being.  This category is the beginning of expanding our practice from our circle of connection to the broader field of all beings.  Here, with the Neutral person, we begin to practice for those we don’t have a personal relationship with, knowing that they, too, deserve happiness as all […]

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Day 10 ~ May Is For Metta 2018: Lovingkindness For Self, Benefactor & Beloved

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“The sojourn of the soul is a thrilling divine romance in which the lover, who in the beginning is conscious of nothing but emptiness…gradually attains an increasingly fuller and freer expression of love, and ultimately disappears and merges in the divine Beloved.” ~ Meher Baba With each moment that we practice Metta, we are deepening in our ability to experience and express love.  Now that we have experience practicing for three categories – Self, Benefactor […]

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