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Broken Heart Meditation

Please find here a beautiful meditation for helping to deal with the pain of a broken heart.

It was part of a lovely healing session I was given today and I am writing it here, just as much for myself as for others. I am sure it will be of help to many people and am happy I can share it.  It was a small but very powerful part of a beautiful healing session I had today with the lovely Chinese healer I met at the astrologer.  She is a Reiki Master but uses other forms of healing as well.  She was gentle but went very deep and will be coming again tomorrow. In addition to the discussion we had, and her intuitively  knowing what I needed, she was also guided before coming to prepare something for me (before she even spoke to me).  A candle on which she carved some Eastern sutra/mantra.  The sutra is used in cases where someone has to release things which are stuck…She instructed me to burn the candle with this intention and when it was all burned down, to sit out in the sun (!) and allow the sunlight to fill the places that were emptied of pain, etc.  So, hopefully tomorrow morning I will see a sunny day again and will do this as well.

Check the full meditation for “fixing” broken hearts which may be of help to you or someone you know.

Sit comfortably, and take three deep breaths.  Imagine yourself sitting on along the Ganga (or any other body of water you feel drawn to).  Listen to the sound of the water flowing, and feel the sun bringing its warmth to your entire body.  Filling you with sunlight and warmth.

There is a large, very hot, black stone filling your heart chakra.  Feel it there and try to understand why it is there or who or what it represents…and why it is filling your heart chakra. If you do not know for sure what it represents, it is OK.  Just continue with the meditation which will allow you to release whatever it is that has “broken your heart”.

With each inhale, imagine you are breathing in the warmth of the sun and its light, directly to this hot, black stone.  And with each exhale you release some of the heat.  Slowly the stone will become comfortably warm, rather than hot, and as you continue breathing in the sunlight, it will turn white in color.  Then feel it slowly breaking up into small pebbles, like those along the shore of the Ganga.  As you continue to breath, imagine that with each exhale you slowly breath out these pebbles and allow them to fall into the Ganga…the water is so clear you can see them slowly sinking to the bottom.  You have released something which you loved very dearly, but which is no longer healthy for you.  And you have released it gently to the loving waters of the Ganga to care for this thing you loved so dearly.  Feel at peace about releasing this into the Ganga and know it will be well cared for.

Once you feel you have released as many pebbles as possible, begin once again to inhale the sunlight and allow it to fill the empty space created in your heart by the release of the stone that was there.  Allow the sun to fill your heart with warm loving energy.

Continue doing this until you feel at peace completely, and then give thanks to God and the Universe for helping in this meditation, and for the peace and love you feel in your heart.

You may to need to repeat this exercise more than once over several days…I will definitely do so…

Hope this has been of some assistance.

With love light and JOY

Jane

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Understanding Loss – Part 3 – An Exercise in Remembering, Forgiving and Release

I have been doing much work going through this process mentioned in the two previous posts here from India, and find that most of my insights are much too personal for me to easily share them.  Much is painful, much is insightful leading to understanding which in turn leads to forgiveness and release, and this is extremely cathartic. I would like to share one of the exercises I have been guided to do, and which I found extremely cleansing, as long as I was completely honest with myself in performing the exercise.  Meaning, no expectations, no preconceived idea about the outcome,etc.  Total honesty.  This is not as easy as it sounds and I found myself stopping myself several times to get back to the place of honesty before continuing.

It is actually fairly simple sounding to do.  But a very good way of releasing lingering negativity regarding loved ones who have passed over.   As the passing which prompted the process in the first place was that of my mother, I began the exercise with her, but soon found myself working with my father as well.

Simply go back into your memory “bank”, looking for the earliest “deposits” you can find, and see how many pleasant and joyful recollections you have and how many unpleasant or painful ones you have in regard to the person you are working with at the moment. At first it may seem one sided, in either direction.  Do not judge or take things personally.  Do your best to be objective about what you are reliving. Ever so slowly, more and more “deposits” will surface, each becoming more and more clear and detailed.  This maybe be painful, may cause you anger or regret, may be joyful, may even be surprising…just let it all flow. Try not to “be” yourself as the child you were in each memory (or even adult-doesn’t matter), but rather see each event unfold as an impartial observer.When you feel there are no more memories left in the “bank” to review, simply ask that all be released back to the Universe as energies of love and light, send unconditional love to the person who has passed, as well as to yourself, and feel the deep sense of lightness this process has given you…cleansing, forgiveness and closure.

I am completely surprised at how the process has been working for me, especially at the intensity of the memories once they began to reveal themselves.  Also surprised at the types of memories which arose.  At first, the most powerful ones were kind of what I expected to find when dealing with a particular person, but slowly, the expectations became less, as did the preconceptions, and many other types of memories surfaced.  This is why I ask you to at least try to commence this exercise from a place of neutrality and non-judgement, with no expectations, if at all possible.

I’d love to hear from anyone who decides to try this…I am finding it extremely interesting as I continue working with it, and find it bringing me lovely feelings of release and lightness.

With love light and JOY

Jane

 

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