This meditation balances the frequency and quality of the Heart Center. The Heart Center opens the potential for compassion and humility.
Humanity is now going through a global transition into the Aquarian Age. We are preparing to have sovereignty over the service of the Universal force. This requires Universal Consciousness.
There are two ways of developing Universal Consciousness: through hardship and time or through mantra. Mantra is the easier way, but the difficulty is that mantra opens the Heart Center and the mind has difficulty following the heart’s frequency.
It is through the understanding that comes from the heart that the mind can realize the concept that Infinity is within us.
Mudra: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine. Bring the hands on to the chest so that the thumbs are tucked into the armpits. The thumbs press against the ribs. Rest the palms and fingers of each hand against the chest. Relax the elbows down by the sides.
Breath & Mantra: Pucker the lips and inhale deeply through the mouth with a whistle. Listen to the whistle sound of the inhalation as you mentally vibrate the sound So. Completely exhale through the nose as you listen to the breath and mentally vibrate the sound Hung.
Time: Continue for11 minutes.
So Hung means, “Infinity, I am Thou.”
Eyes: 1/10th open.
All good facets of the being are through compassion, and that is the heart center. It is the beauty, it is the dignity, it is the ecstasy of the human being. ~October 11, 1973
For all actions judged through the heart center, the result is forgiveness. ~October 11, 1973
The greatest lesson on Earth is humility which opens the heart. You cannot open your heart by the power of the cannon. But with a few humble sweet words it can open forever. ~April 13, 1983
Lord, awaken the soul, open the heart, give the excellence. Let me be kind to those who have been unkind to me. Let me love those who have hated me. Let me serve those who have betrayed me. Let me pray for those who have denied me. But be with me ever, ever, ever, unto Infinity. ~March 13, 1985