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A Japanese Monk Sent this Prayer Request On Behalf of the People and Creatures of Japan

I am just heading off to the Aloha Center for Spiritual Living which teaches the philosophy of Science of Mind, founded by Ernest Holmes. The following core concept is from the Ernest Holmes book “How to Change Your Life” with a foreword by Reverend Dr. Michael Beckwith. These teaching were founded in the 1950’s and fit perfectly with the new understanding and merging of science and spirituality inspired by Quantum Physics.

A quote from Ernest Holmes that I believe is so valuable in these challenging times of devastating earthquakes and tsunamis:

“My thoughts are in control of my experience and I can control my thinking”. We can all help to create the world we want to see by holding thoughts of a positive outcome rather than falling into a place of fear. There are many studies that prove the value of how positive thought by groups can help to shape the world we like to see.

Some of my favorite books that are full of informative examples of how our thoughts shape our world are by Lynne McTaggart, Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton, Larry Dossy and Dr. Emoto.

My sister, Robyn Hood just sent me the following prayer request from a Japanese monk. Join me in doing a few minutes of TTouch Heart Hugs and sending love to all the people and animals who are effected by the earthquake and tsunami and nuclear plant damage, as well as the chaos that is happening on the other side of the world in the Middle East. (more…)

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Pono Pono: Just Three Minutes

A week after Valentine’s Day, Roland and I attended services at the Aloha Center for Spiritual Living, a Science of Mind Church. Aunty Mahealani Henry led the service, saying that we do not have to wait until 2012 for the cosmic shift that has been predicted for decades. We are already experiencing the shift of consciousness. And the biggest lessons we have to focus on are forgiveness and compassion.”

Roland Kleger, Linda Tellington-Jones, Aunty Mahealani Henry, and Karin Freiling on a boat ride where the volcano flows into the sea.

Roland Kleger, Linda Tellington-Jones, Aunty Mahealani Henry, and Karin Freiling on a boat ride where the volcano flows into the sea.

One of the Hawaiian concepts of Pono Pono that Aunty teaches is striving for excellence in living and eliminating drama in our lives. Until now she has taught that whenever we are faced with a traumatic event we could acknowledge it for 3 minutes, really address the drama for 3 minutes, and then let it go. Now she teaches that we should give any drama 3 seconds! And then go back to a state of excellence or deep appreciation, gratitude and thanksgiving. That gives me lots of food for thought and a striving to keep my heart open and practice that state of gratitude that brings happiness.

The base of Kilauea, where the lava flows into the sea, creating the foundation for new land, new life.  As fire and lava meet cool water, light flashes to signify the birth of new life at the bottom of the sea.

At the base of Kilauea, where the lava flows into the sea, creating the foundation for new land, new life. As fire and lava meet cool water, light flashes to signify the birth of new life at the bottom of the sea.

Ahui Ho,

Linda

© 2009 Linda Tellington-Jones

Rayne and I writing to you all on Jan 4, 2009.

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Note my sleeveless top. I can be comfortable in this because of a perfect 80 degree Temperature and a light tropical breeze – typical Kona weather in January. I’m very juiced with energy as we head into this 9th year of 21st millennium and looking forward to sharing my experiences with you.

I want to introduce you to the special objects on my writing table that I keep for support and inspiration.
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