Carolyn Anderson published Expressing Love for Yourself and Others in Love Lives Here Blog 2018-05-04 19:28:21 -0500
Resonance lies at the heart of co-creative practices. It emerges in a field of love, trust, unconditional acceptance, and mutual support and flowers in “safe spaces.” It disappears in the face of judgment, criticism, tension, or animosity. Resonance begins with self-love and the unconditional love that is freely given by Spirit. Accepting this love is accepting that one is blessed and worthy of such love; that one is, in fact, love. It does not depend on other people; it does not depend on what we do, or on our daily successes and failures. If we judge or condemn ourselves, we are denying the essence of the divine impulse of evolution and the creation of which we are a part.
The following practice, taken from the new Co-Creator’s Handbook 2.0, is designed to support individuals to maintain resonance at all times, in every life circumstance…to stabilize as love.Read more
For millennia, people in the Eastern world have followed a practice called Tonglen. It was described in the first century by the Tibetan Heart master Atisha as “giving and taking on the breath” or simply “giving and receiving.” The purpose of Tonglen is to develop compassion, kindness, and equanimity and to enhance our ability to be present to the suffering in the world. It is often used to send healing energies to specific individuals, situations, or to the Earth.
In this process, you will partnerwith a friend, sit facing one another, and take turns guiding one another in this meditation. Before you begin, envision the two of you connecting as one loving presence, releasing all sense of boundaries and distinctions that arise in the world of form.Read more