“Love one another and help others to rise to the higher levels, simply by pouring out love. Love is infectious and the greatest healing energy.” –Sai Baba
Even self-defense can be an act of love, if undertaken mindfully, without rancor, without ill intent. The secret lies in the ability to detach, release from the outcome, step aside from the ego. Maybe it’s your day to be an instrument of the Universe. If it is, do so humbly, understanding you’re a vessel.
Another one of my favorites from the Osho Zen showed up today. “Healing” is the Zen take on the King of Cups—Fire in Water. I consider Kings active, yang energy, and of course Cups are yin, receptive, and often inwardly directed. So here, you ACTIVELY taking part in an internal healing process. It’s not accidental healing, but intentional.
Lovely segue from yesterday, don’t you think? Pushed it off, out, dropped and done. Good! Now, cleanse and heal.
I was just noticing the mandala images incorporated in this card. In his heart area, there’s a lotus flower with a symbol that resembles that of the heart chakra, but it’s surrounded by yellow—the color of the solar plexus chakra, the seat of power. The other mandalas are difficult to discern, but no matter. He’s clearly surrounded by energy, and that is the important point.
His heart is strong and protected. Healing is a natural result of working heart energy. But we can forget sometimes, protection is also a natural result of working heart energy. Love shields from outside, inclement weather. You don’t have to give up your love, your inner light to be both healed and safe.
Start with forgiving and loving yourself. Center on loving, protecting, shielding that which is valuable and holy. The rest comes as a result.
Do you find love healing and protective, too?
|Osho Zen Tarot Set |
by US Games
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