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A little bit about Yogi Bhajan…

Yogi Bhajan was born Harbhajan Singh Puri in India on August 26, 1929.  He became a Kundalini Yoga Master at the age of 16  ½ .  Prior to 1969, Kundalini Yoga had never been taught publically.  It was said that anyone who dared to teach publically would most likely not live to see their next birthday.  On January 5 1969, Yogi Bhajan became the first to bring Kundalini Yoga teachings to the public when he gave a lecture at a Los Angeles high school gymnasium.  He broke the trend of secrecy because he believed that the thousands of young people attempting to expand their consciousness with drugs were perhaps ready for an alternative.   Although a beloved teacher to many, Yogi Bhajan said of his role “I’ve come to train teachers, not to get disciples.”  His message was one of hope and inspiration for all.  The mantra he lived by:  “If you can’t see God in all, you can’t see God at all.”

Yogi Bhajan believed that healthy, happy, holy Women were the key to a healthy, happy, holy world.  He placed great importance on Women and their role in the changing days to come.

A few favorite quotes from Yogi Bhajan regarding Women:

“You must, in your own mind, understand that you are the keeper of your own grace, your own character, your own commitment, your own standard.”

“Woman is the molder.   You are the molder of time, space, and of man:  the man of tomorrow, the child; the man of today, the husband; and the men of yesterday; the ancestors.   The entire society, in theory and reality, is based on the spirit of woman.”

“I believe that so long as those born of women do not respect women, there shall be no peace on Earth.”

“I want women to be strong.  I am a believer that when a woman falls, generations fall; when a man falls, an individual falls.  Who is doing it to you?  WOMAN is doing to woman.  A woman who cannot defend her daughter, a woman who cannot defend her dignity, a woman who cannot defend her self -that is who is doing it.”

“Never trust that there is a limit to your compassion. Never trust that there is a limit to your kindness. Never trust that there is a limit to your capacity.”

“In a country where woman is insecure, she will give birth to insecure children, which will grow into insecure men and this will make the nation insecure. Security of the woman is the security of the nation.”

“To be very honest, if you want to assess society truthfully, woman is not considered to be a full citizen.  Even in marriage men normally do not feel it is a privilege to have a strong woman behind them.  Instead, they relate to her as a servant or a piece of property….  As long as humanity does not learn to respect the woman, there will be no peace on this Earth.  There will be war always.  In our society, woman is used as a tool of the advertising industry; her sexuality is exploited to sell…she is being exploited in millions of ways which she doesn’t even know about. The most graceful being on this planet is treated disgracefully as a playmate, as a sexual toy.  So, a woman can walk one of two roads:  the road of the chick or the road of the eagle… Your only saving factor is to put around yourself the strongest radiance as a woman.  Let nothing exploit you.”

“One thing every woman should know:  SHOW NO INSECURITY.  This is the key to royalty.”

“Only a woman with self-respect can produce saints, heroes, and givers.”

“You are the Grace of God.”

“EVERY WOMAN IS A GODDESS”

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About Men and Women

“God has given you sixteen times more courage and more comprehensive biological physical strength than a man.  Have pity on this guy!  He doesn’t have all of your biochemical action, doesn’t have the mental lunar reflection, doesn’t have the sophistication and softness and doesn’t have the nervous system to deal with it, and he’s still alive!”

“You must understand that woman is much sharper then a male.  No woman needs counseling.  Her nature is to resist advice.  If you want to annoy a woman, counsel her.”

“She also gets more angry then a man.  A creature which can turn its blood to milk to nourish its offspring can do everything else also.  A child can make a man crazy in ten minutes and not disturb a woman in twenty hours.  The faculty of a woman also extends to mental and spiritual realms.  She has an inborn capacity to tackle everything.  She lives in the center of her being.”

“Life leaves imprints on a woman.  A lot of men try to use women as a toothpaste tube.  They want her to be available when they want her, and when they are tired of her they replace her with a new one.  A woman should understand her security before she indulges in relationships with men because all temporary relationships are very deeply imprinted on women. Men don’t have that faculty, they are not affected the same way.”

“You must win freedom and your right to be recognized as human.  You cannot be paid less than a man, you cannot be denied opportunities because you happen to be a woman.  I am not asking you to become tomboys, but I am telling you that the grace of woman demands to be treated nicely.  She is the better half.  If somebody opens the door for her it is no tragedy.  It is a male courtesy to his own grace…I am not asking you to become feminists, but to be very graceful, absolute women.”

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(NaturalNews) In a study just published in the journal Psycho-Oncology, researchers conclude they’ve found a treatment that resulted in a 50% reduction in depression and a 12% increase in feelings of peace and meaning in women with breast cancer. The successful treatment isn’t a new type of anti-depressant or anti-anxiety drug. In fact, it isn’t a drug at all — it’s the ancient healing and exercise system known as yoga.

Wake Forest University School of Medicine scientists conducted a randomized study of 44 women, all with breast cancer; 34% were actively undergoing cancer treatment such as chemotherapy while the rest of the majority had already completed therapy. Half took a ten week program of 75 minute Restorative Yoga (RY) classes and half were in the waitlist control group. RY is a gentle type of yoga similar to other forms of yoga classes that gently moves the spine in all directions. Blankets, cushions, bolsters, and any other needed props provide support that results in deep relaxation with minimal physical exertion, allowing people at virtually any level of health to practice yoga more easily.

The women in both groups completed a questionnaire to assess the quality of their lives at the beginning and end of the ten week program. According to the Wake Forest research team, the results showed that the women who had been given the RY classes experienced significantly more benefits than the control group (who were later all invited to participate in identical RY classes).

Specifically, the yoga group was found to have improvements in mental health including depression, positive emotions, and spirituality (defined as feeling calm and peaceful) compared to the control group. In fact, the scientists found that women who started the yoga classes with higher negative emotions and lower emotional well-being experienced the most benefits from the gentle yoga exercises compared to the control group. In addition, while women in the control group did not report a change in their fatigue levels, the women taking yoga classes demonstrated a significant improvement in fatigue symptoms.

“Evidence from systematic reviews of randomized trials is quite strong that mind-body therapies improve mood, quality of life, and treatment-related symptoms in people with cancer. Yoga is one mind-body therapy that is widely available and involves relatively reasonable costs,” Suzanne Danhauer, Ph.D., who headed the Wake Forest University School of Medicine research team, said in a statement to the media. “Given the high levels of stress and distress that many women with breast cancer experience, the opportunity to experience feeling more peaceful and calm in the midst of breast cancer is a significant benefit.”

About the author

Sherry Baker is a widely published writer whose work has appeared in Newsweek, Health, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Yoga Journal, Optometry, Atlanta, Arthritis Today, Natural Healing Newsletter, OMNI, UCLA’s “Healthy Years” newsletter, Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s “Focus on Health Aging” newsletter, the Cleveland Clinic’s “Men’s Health Advisor” newsletter and many others.

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I AM A WOMAN

I AM THE GRACE OF GOD

Kundalini Yoga Woman’s Workshop

“Connect to Your Eternal Power”

2010.01.30 Saturday

@ Shakti Healing Circle

10am-2pm

with Charanpal Kaur (Eve)

As women we rely on our intuition and sensitivity to command the Earth. It is through a calm and open heart, a clear meditative & a projective mind, that we can connect Heavens to the Earth and live in grace and nobility.

A woman loses when she competes on the Earth; she wins when she brings the Heavens down to the Earth, for this is her ETERNAL POWER.

A woman is always a woman and a mother, each role has its own capacities and duties. A woman uses her sensitivity not to confront or compete but to bring to zero 0 shuniya – and from that emptiness, through her compassion, her kindness, and her intelligence, she caes the things she wants.

Create Prosperity.

A mother ses her sensitivity to protect, nurture, and support her environments so that anything she applies her creativity to, succeeds.

– Hari Charan Kaur Khalsa “I AM WOMAN” Book

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In this workshop we will experience…

– To Develop Our Instinctual Self
Once this is achieved and a new energy balance is attained, then, through analytic self assessment and meditation, it is possible to effect the wholistic change in behavior

– To Develop a Calm & Open Heart
Yogi Bhajan: As long as the mind is dark and does not let the light of the soul shine in your life, you will never have the joy and success that is your birthright as a human

– To Beam & Creating The Future
Clearing the mind of other distracting thgouths and attachments, it has tremendous capacity and creativity when focused and beaming

– Meditate to Remember The Heavens
Yogi Bhajan: Do not value life by gain and loss of the Earth. Value life with gain nd loss of the Heavens and Mother Earth.

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[ RSVP & REGISTRATION ]

Charanpal Kaur (Eve) 64493455 evewaiyu@hotmail.com

Exchange of Abundance: HKD500

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[ KUNDALINI YOGA ]

3HO Kundalini Yoga is an extremely potent transformational yogic technology which combines the traditional yogic tools of posture, breath, mudras, mantras, body locks, and deep relaxation into a unique series of yogic kriyas and meditations.

These kriyas are particularly suited to the age we live in and produce real results in a short time, which would take many years of regular Hatha yoga practice to achieve.

Many of those who have been practicing Hatha yoga for a while are now looking for that “ something more”, a deeper connection on all levels, not just the physical. Kundalini yoga fulfills that role.

Kundalini Yoga is for everyBODY regardless of age, flexibility, or experience. But it is a most valuable tool for women to re-connect to their primal creative power. Yogi Bhajan has long been a champion of the power and the grace of women. He has instructed women from all over the world how to use the science of Kundalini Yoga to tap into their vast, natural reservoirs of vitality and radiance. Providing women a path to self-acceptance, empowerment and self-realization.

Yogic Technology offers women specific techniques to maintain health, spirit, and well being. Ranging from diet and exercise to menstruation and pregnancy there is a wealth of information that can lend to a woman’s physical, emotional, and spiritual health. These are practical tools for every woman.

[ BENEFITS OF KUNDALINI YOGA ]

– Increased muscular tone and flexibility

– Corrects posture to allow deep, easy, free flowing breath.

– Resets the navel point and strengthens the lower triangle.

– Strengthens the nervous system

– Balances the glandular secretions of the endocrine system

– Increases Human Radiance and Majesty – the power of projection and protection in the electro- magnetic field, thereby increasing resistance to stress and disease.

– Opens the heart to love and promotes a deep sense of conscious connectivity and trust. Life becomes an easy intuitive flow

– Creates deep relaxation and spontaneous healing.

Above all kundalini yoga, the science of human radiance, is a lot of fun. In each session you will sweat, stretch, laugh, chant, and relax more deeply than ever before, and you will leave feeling Healthy, Happy and Holy for real.

[ REMINDER FOR ALL ATTENDEES ]

• Wear loose clothing or exercise clothes – white or light colour preferable.

• Bring a natural fiber blanket.

• Lastly, we recommend that you bring a bottle of water to drink for during and after the class.

MAY THE LONG TIME SUN SHINE UPON YOU
ALL LOVE SURROUND YOU
AND THE PURE LIGHT WITHIN YOU
GUIDE YOUR WAY ON

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Meditation to Realize Your Power as a Woman

Sit in Easy Pose.

MUDRA: Place your hands in fists with your first two fingers extended straight up and together. Your ring and small fingers are held down by your thumb.  Raise your right arm straight up in the air, with no bend in the elbow and palm facing forward. Your right arm will be hugging your right ear. Place your left hand across your heart center, lower arm parallel to floor.

EYES: Closed.

MENTAL FOCUS: Make the body into a solid state. Make absolutely no movement, move no muscle. However mentally move your right arm in large circles, without actually physically moving your arm. (The direction of the circles does not matter.)

MUSIC: Rhythms of Gatka Drum tape by Matamandir Singh is played.

TIME: Given in class for about 2 minutes.

COMMENTS: “This meditation can help you to realize the power you have as a woman. If you can make your body physically standardized and have the mental power to cover the standard of it, you can move anything. What is it that moves? Mind over body. It’s a simple development. It’s something you should not forget.

If a female doesn’t know how the mind can conquer and work on a body, she shall never be in a position to work on her own children. You must know how to move an object, and you must know how to convey the subject; and you must know how to move the object and how to convey the subject of the mammal called male. These are the faculties and facilities given a female by God.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Source: http://kundaliniwomen.org/

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The Numerology of Relationships

By Sangeet Kaur Khalsa


This new millennium ushered in the era where partnerships, and hopefully harmony, comprise the underlying theme. In the last century it was “each man (or woman) for himself.” Now in this new age it is imperative that we learn to work, live, and love together harmoniously.

The month in which you were born reflects the karmic challenges your soul chose to master in this lifetime. Each month has some implications for partnership.

There are needs and strengths in each month. It is our needs that limit us and our strengths that support our aspirations and destiny.
For starters, let’s see how you, your family members, and friends fit the overall karmic monthly profiles.

  • Those born in January are great at doing things on their own, though they may long for it to be otherwise.
  • For February folks, partnership is the big desire, though not easily fulfilled, as the underlying concern is rejection.
  • March souls are light-hearted and love to be liked by many, but may find it hard to feel secure with one person.
  • For those born in April, partnership is preferred but over-thinking can get in the way,
  • while for those born in May it is urgent to keep active and look for a partner who will so inspire them.
  • June folks are all heart and home-centered, but have to be wary not to give their hearts away.
  • July souls really don’t want to be alone but resist anything that looks like control.
  • The August-born are passionate and fiery but sometimes reluctant to show it.
  • September brings strong-willed souls who have to learn when to hold on to relationships and when to let go.
  • October souls can be heroic and charismatic but often find partnership difficult as they prefer to do things their own way.
  • November souls seek a divine attachment and look for a partner to match lofty goals.
  • December folks are goodhearted and giving and sometimes too eager for love.

Now let’s see how these months are influenced by this year’s planetary 9 cycle.

The 9 cycle is bringing out whatever is hidden in all things—the unknown and unseen elements, the truths we may have missed, even the dark side. And the primary target is partnerships. Decision points abound—times to hold on through thick and thin, and times to step away from attachment.


How do you counter this massive influence? Build on the strengths in each karma number (the month you were born).

Here are some yogic tips:

  • January (1) – be true to your soul and chant Ong
  • February (2) – see God in all and relate to the divine partner with Ong Namo
  • March (3) – be light-hearted and for 40 days, at least twice a year chant Kirtan Kriya
  • April (4) – stay neutral and meditate on Guru Ram Das for elevation.
  • May (5) – practice yoga and pranayam daily.
  • June (6) – live with a happy heart and chant Shabad Hazare.
  • July (7) – do yoga sets for the aura and women should do the Grace of God meditation often.
  • August (8) – channel passion upward with Breath of Fire8 and the Kriya for Elevation
  • September (9) – surrender to divine will and chant Wahe Guru Wahe Jio
  • October (10) – gain strength with Sat Kriya and chant Chatara Chakara Vartee
  • November (11) – chant Humee Hum Brahm Hum or We Are God.
  • December (12) – focus your mind positively with Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad.

No matter what develops, live as the master you came to be. “Keep up, inspire others to keep up, and you’ll be kept up.” So we were given this promise by our beloved Yogi Bhajan and so it shall be.

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Chapter Four: Building a True Identity

Excerpt from “A WOMAN’S BOOK OF MEDITATION ” by Hari Kaur Khalsa


“Woman is the center of Infinity. She is the only reality the Earth knows.  She’s the only reality the heaven blesses.” — Yogi Bhajan

According to yogic philosophy, a woman’s nature compares to the moon. The moon is reflective, cool, calm, and shining. When the heat of the day comes to a cooling, expansion begins. Without the moon, nothing will expand and grow.

A woman is a beacon of light to show the way. The woman nurtures and shows the way by sharing her inspiration and her light in times of darkness. A woman’s true nature is like that of a flowing river. She is a constant flow of spiritual energy inspiring the growth of everything she touches.

Just as a woman holds her child in the womb, so does she hold her entire family and the family of humanity in her aura, which can be huge and strong. She is naturally highly sensitive to even the slightest shifts in her environment as she creates a cozy home for all.

A woman is naturally intuitive, and said to possess a power of psyche sixteen times that of a man! If this is so, why do so many women feel powerless, angry, or unfulfilled? Why are women oppressed, exploited, tortured and abused? Why do so many women, especially young women, who know their truth, and have goodness in their hearts have such difficulty claiming their power and living happily?

Yogi Bhajan lectured for years on this problem. He taught us how we can assist in the empowerment of women, and showed us how women can find happiness amidst the difficulties inherent in our modern culture. The solution he presented is two-fold. The first one is for the world to understand the basic identity of woman and respect it. If women are not respected, our culture will fall short of providing inner peace and universal love, and all of our wonderful technological achievements will fail to heal us. The position of woman must be elevated in order for us to move into an age of elevated consciousness. However, the second part of the solution is for women to understand and embrace her own identity.

Yogi Bhajan teaches that all a woman needs to do is to “identify herself as a woman” and she will feel the empowerment of that identity. By this,Yogi Bhajan means that women should fight the temptation to be defined by disempowering trends and outside influences and, instead, choose an identity that is timeless, uplifting and real. The feminine psyche has to be strong enough to hold this identity through the challenges of her environment and the pervasive trends of the day. Regular meditation is the practice that develops this core strength.

Let’s look at some of the reasons why women may find it difficult to embrace their true identity.

Our “Hiding Nature”
It is common for women in our culture to hide their true selves. Many women find it easier to follow the crowd in order to fit in and find acceptance. Many women also feel safer when hidden. There are theories that consider this “hiding nature” is due, in part, to the fact that women’s sexual organs are hidden within her, not external. The female body is designed to protect and contain children developing in the womb, and this basic biological fact may have greater implications in the development of her psyche.

A woman’s tendency toward a hiding nature has both positive and negative manifestations. One negative manifestation of this natural tendency is that women can go through life without expressing their true selves into the world. The positive manifestation of women’s “hiding nature” is a woman’s ability to protect her body, her identity, and projection.

Living with a spiritual identity as a woman presents a challenge because it requires a woman to assert her inner truth despite this natural “hiding” tendency. Without a strong spiritual identity, it is inevitable that one’s identity and self-esteem will change along with circumstances and outside pressures. Let’s call this the shaky identity syndrome. When a woman is living with a shaky identity, she is constantly looking outside of herself for validation, may automatically follow disempowering societal trends, and may compromise her values for attention, status, or financial gain. With a shaky identity, women also may enter into unhealthy relationships in order to fill the emptiness that comes when she does not realize and affirm her true identity as a woman. Living and holding your true identity, then, is as much a matter of what you do as what you don’t do. Keeping your core identity intact through meditation and right action is the way to a positive self-image for women of all ages. It is the key to happiness and spiritual growth.

The moment a woman finds the power to be her true self, she radiates her infinite nature and she becomes spiritually invincible. The moment a woman identifies herself as a true woman, she is called upon to become great. She is called upon to become fearless. By identifying with the universal concept of woman, she identifies with something beyond her personality, beyond smallness and insecurity. Her actions start to represent something more than just herself, something great, real, and uplifting.

Once you identify yourself, you can represent yourself accurately, and you will accurately represent your skills, your talents and your potential. You become bright and self-confident. Although living with a strong identity may be challenging at times, this type of living brings fulfillment in the knowledge that you did not sell yourself short or self yourself out.

How Meditation Helps You Develop Your True Identity
Creating a strong identity is a matter of choice. Nobody is born a winner, and nobody is born a loser, we are all born choosers. Your mind is vast enough and strong enough to hold any identity you choose. The question is: what are you choosing as your identity? What is your destination in your life, what are you working toward? Do you have the strength and the tools you need to achieve your goals? Have you identified yourself in such a way that you remain inspired to fulfill that identity? This is where meditation
comes in.

A meditation practice can help you develop self-confidence and self-knowledge through stabilizing the mind – eliminating the habitual thought patterns that create and fuel a shaky identity. One purpose of meditation, then, is to bring an unshakable stability to your chosen identity. As a result of developing this strength, no outside forces will be able to shake you from the strength of your convictions. In the following chapters, we will examine how your thoughts create your identity and reality. The meditations, relaxation techniques, and exercises in this book are designed to help you on this healing journey.

A Woman’s Oath
Put your right hand on your heart and say, “I the woman, born into this body and in this Grace, take an oath of honor. Today and every day shall be noble for me, so help me God.” Recite this oath every day as soon as you wake up, and before you go to sleep at night.

Visualize the True You
Sit quietly and comfortably. Focus the natural process of your breathing. As you feel your breath visualize yourself as an instrument of Divine energy. Feel divine energy and music flowing though you. Each breath you take is a musical note that creates a melody. That melody is your body. Your body becomes an expression of the music of your breathing. This exercise helps stimulate your creativity and helps you drop physical tension and a disempowering body image. Try this meditation for 11 minutes and see what happens. Draw the picture you see, or journal the story of your experience.

As you develop your meditation practice and begin to feel increasingly secure in your spiritual identity, you will notice changes in your life. You’ll move closer to a higher state of stability and self-satisfaction. Whether you describe these changes in spiritual or psychological terms, living in these higher states of mind is deeply empowering. The following descriptions can help you recognize the changes you are likely to experience as you practice meditation and begin to claim your true identity.

The Royal Woman
When a woman rejects society’s classifications and identifies herself from within, she develops a strong inner core of values and truth and makes peace with her past. She begins to live more freely. Her attitude is like the attitude of a princess. Independent of the challenges of the world, and the disappointments of the past, an inner royalty manifests itself as outer graciousness and knowledge. At this stage, a woman finds it easier to handle the outer challenges and stresses of life, be it that of being a mother, a CEO, or a student. Her mind wavers less and she finds it easier to express herself. Her actions begin to be driven by self -esteem instead of insecurity.

The Radiant Woman
The next stage of the journey appears when a woman embodies the natural feminine aspect of “containment.” At this stage, a woman’s presence becomes so strong that she does not have to say a lot to get attention. Her presence radiates her wisdom in a practical way. Her projection is one of self-confidence, and it creates a pathway for everything to fall in its place around her.

The Self-Disciplined Woman
Self-discipline characterizes the third stage of development. This woman’s presence inspires others to find their own inner strength. Her sight, touch, existence, talk, imagination, and relationships are an inspiration towards elevation. In this stage, it becomes easy for a woman to hold true to her inner values in all situations.

The Yogini
The Yogini lives in a state in which the pair of opposites does not affect her. In this final stage, the Yogini sees both “good” and “bad” as simply polarities in the play of life. She lives in a “river of grace” and can flow through challenges and remain calm. Under all situations she radiates forgiveness, blessing, compassion, kindness, and smiles.

I hope these descriptions of some of the stages on the path of self-healing inspire you to begin your meditation practice with commitment, patience, forgiveness, and a willingness to discover, uncover, and live your inner truth. Try not to get discouraged if you slip back into old habits of low self-esteem or negative thought patterns. Setbacks are a natural part of breaking old habits and creating a new identity.

Keep up!
The journey of self-healing through meditation can bring these transformations to you.

A Meditation to Start the Journey
The following meditative visualization is to help you feel your royal identity and build self-esteem. You can read it and visualize as you read, or record your voice and close your eyes and meditate as you listen.

Sit comfortably and relax your breath. Visualize yourself on a throne. Decorate the throne beautifully, royally, with precious jewels, flowers or whatever represents prosperity and royalty to you. See yourself dressed as a Queen, a Royal Highness. Hypnotize yourself with complete belief and confidence. See yourself as the Imperial Majesty in your Court. Meditate on this vision of yourself as royal and relaxed.

Benefit. This visualization can help you re-claim the original feminine identity that is your birthright.
–From A Woman’s Book of Meditation: Hari Kaur Khalsa.

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If they have taught me anything, the books I have read on relationships have taught me not about partnerships like marriage, but much more about the Self as it relates to every single thing and every single being on the planet. And, most importantly, the relationship to Self.

The Siri Singh Sahib (Yogi Bhajan) says, “If you can’t see God in all, you can’t see God at all.” To see God in all is to see God in yourself as well. He also says, “I shall see God in all, I shall serve God in all,” that means serve the self, too. This relationship to Self directly corresponds to your ability to give on every level. You have to give to yourself, in order to be given to. It’s pointless to want love in your life, if you are unwilling to love yourself the way you are wishing/dreaming/imagining someone else should love you. If you give of your time to others, but not to yourself, you end up depleted and possibly resentful on some level.

There are three tools I use in my personal life and I am grateful to be able to share them with you. I once read a book called, Conscious Loving (Gay and Kathleen Hendricks) and applied their simple 7 step system to loving myself. This has made a very profound difference in my life. The second, and you may smile, is that I have a weakness for a good romance book. The romantic traits are inspiring, and I use them. I look to cultivate those traits within and to be that for myself.

The third tool is Tithing. I am blessed to work in the Dasvandh office, yes, but Dasvandh is a very personal and intimate thing of itself. My position is one thing, the opportunity tithing itself allows me is another. For me, it is the most intimately fulfilling art of giving there is. The tradition of tithing is giving back to Infinity. To see God in all, is to know God in yourself, and to give to Infinity is to give back to yourself.

If you do not already participate, I invite you to step into this intimately fulfilling art of giving, by starting your tithing program today. It is a place of profound trust, yes, but it allows a freedom of spirit achieved in few other ways. The relationship to Self is to grant yourself the freedom of feeling the Universe taking care of you.

Article from: http://www.dasvandh.org/articles/relationship-self


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