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MenoSunday; Life Lived Lovingly

Last week I introduced you to "यं ", the 'yumn' focus for the heart. As so often happens when one allows the flow of energy to run its course, there were a number of things which took place for me the following week which confirmed strength of heart-centredness and capital 'ell' Love. One I can share with you is the arrival on a channel I subscribe to of heart chakra meditation! Although it shows as being published on the 12th, it did not come to my notice until the 17th - day after last MenoSunday. One doesn't question why this timing was such, but accepts the flow and rhythm... in the same way one ought to accept and flow with the tones and tingles of these Tibetan bowls, whilst gazing into "यं " and releasing all thoughts other than Love.

Allow the sounds to wash over your being, cleansing and pacifying. Know the vibration of the Lord as you connect to that Higher Essence, which resides within you and all others in the world.

Maximise this to fullscreen, sit comfortably, by not loungingly; keep the spine as erect as possible without strain and ensure your breathing is quiet and even. Loosen those shoulders, shake out the neck - keep the head level (which means the screen will ideally be directly in front of you) - hold the hands loosely on your lap, palms up or fingers lightly interlaced. Do not think "I am meditating". Sure fire way to send monkey mind into full swing! Instead, simply think, "there is "यं", let me follow it" and then just sit with it and the sounds. Whilst this vid is three hours long, you do not have to go through the whole thing - but do try to stay with it for at least half an hour. 'Tab' it to your watch later file in the tubular and make use of it for those moments you need healing and reminding that the heart is strong even as it yields.

Be aware, too, that this makes good background sound in the home or office - aural incense! Even if you do not wish to sit and focus, just having these subtle sounds around help to calm the energy of the space they touch. Give it a try and note the effects.

For those who would like to take meditation more seriously, do remember that this is covered in-depth on AUM-days over at the Aatmaavrajanam bloggy!

Blessed Sunday to you all, dear ones. YAM xx


  1. Very pretty....I have always love the deep mellow sound of steel drums or in this case singing bowls
    Hugs Cecilia

  2. I've so failed meditation! This might help. xx

  3. I used to meditate regularly. Now I feel as if my time pedaling in the forest quiets my mind in a similar way. What wonderful suggestions you have.

  4. That is beautiful!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. I will have to listen to this tonight before going to sleep. Thanks for sharing. janice xx


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