Ho’oponopono Meditation Prayer and Chant. This meditation includes the Ho’oponopono Mantra I am sorry, please forgive me, I love you and I thank you. The background is a music track from the album “Ho’oponopono Song” from Aman Ryusuke Seto.
By Andrew Cohen
Scientists tell us that when time began, fourteen billion years ago, something came from nothing. When you awaken to the ground of all Being, in a deep meditative state, you realize that when something came from nothing, the nothing didn’t disappear.
That unmanifest, unborn dimension is the ever-present ground out of which everything is still arising in every moment. It is what the Buddha called “the deathless,” and what others call “eternity consciousness.” When you awaken to this dimension in your own awareness, you will find yourself always already resting in the eternal moment before time began. This is the recognition that liberates:
Prior to everything, I already am. The experience of this recognition is not one of becoming liberated. It is of being already liberated. What you realize when you awaken to that ground is that there is a part of each and every one of us that is already free—from everything.
That part of yourself, which is the ground of Being, has never been bound, trapped, or limited in any way. That’s the part of yourself that I want you to discover. It’s not the part of yourself that needs to become free. It is already free, right now.
By Cynthia (Karima) Clayton
Excerpted from the book “Being & Becoming”
I wish for you to find “that place” within yourself, where you don’t need anyone or anything.
That center of stillness, which the world can’t invade. And to go there as often as you can. That is your refuge. That is your answer to pain. It is a space that is not yours personally, but a place all Masters have been, and is there for you to share, and lay down in repose.
The world will never give you what you want. It only fuels the wanting of your ego for more, other, better, me and mine. This tiny self is never happy. Your only happiness will come when you know you are a part of the bigger Self. The only peace you will have, and it’s not to be earned someday but is yours TODAY if you really want it, is to enter “that place” within, in awe, with respect, with love in your heart and a clear quiet mind. Humbly ask to rest there, listen with all your attention, and you will feel loved.
There is no greater feeling than this, no other calling more urgent. The world may be a game on many levels, but that sacred silent place is where reality and divinity exist side by side in their purest essence, and your purest Essence.
When you find that deep stillness, words forming thoughts on the screen are a vague but messy ripple, are annoying, even slightly painful. When you find “that place” at Center, a negative thought actually hurts, a doubt seems disrespectful, a resentment seems to turn around and jump back on you, a less than perfect vision seems so wrong, and potentially destructive. What is uttered in our hearts in that silence… is sacred creation.
And all that surfaces that we call “less than perfect,” all that sends ripples out on the water, is needed for existence. For duality-reality is born and revolves around the Stillness, in waves of life manifesting. We create our own waves called the life we know. But all of us know that stillness, as well.
And it is ALL holy. It is ALL God.
Source: Ashland Resource Center