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|Chakras of Peace||Audio meditation—Attune your chakras for a peaceful mind, a contented body, and balanced emotions|
|Community of World Peace||Audio meditation—Connect with your inner teachers of light to create a group energy field and telepathic transmission of peace|
|Creating Space for Peace||Audio meditation—Move into a spacious, open, peaceful awareness and work long distance with people who are ready for more peace|
|Peace As an Act of Beauty||Audio meditation—Respond with peace and harmony as a sovereign act, a choice for beauty inside and out|
|Radiant Sun of Your Heart||Audio meditation—Cultivate your heart’s compassion, love, and healing power, to radiate greater peace|
All the RoseLight Peace meditations were recorded at live events held in cooperation with the Tibetan Buddhist monks of Ling Khangtsen, Drepung Loseling Monastery. Our connection with this group goes back to 1990 when Amy met Gungbar Tulku Rinpoche. He was in the U.S.A. in his role at that time as Vice-Abbott of Gyuto Tantric University.
The Gyuto monks were on a tour of sacred chant and dance. Amy and her friend John had seen them perform the night before. Rinpoche and his entourage were stopped in the emergency lane on the Richmond-San Rafael bridge. John saw them, yelled, “It’s them!” and pulled over. When Amy asked what the monks were doing on the bridge Rinpoche responded, “Enjoying the view.”
When Amy asked how we could help, Rinpoche asked that people hold a vision of the clearing of karma between Tibet and China.. Thanks for your energy contribution to that vision.
Do not fail to observe the Four Seasons
And to adapt to heat and cold.
To Harmonize elation and anger
And to be calm in activity as in rest,
To regulate the yin/yang
And to balance the hard and the soft.
In this way, having deflected the perverse energies,
There will be long life and everlasting vision.
—Trans. Claude Larre, S.J. & Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee, Chapter Eight of the Lingshu protion of the Huangdi Neijing, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, Lines 32 – 39 in Rooted in Spirit: The Heart of Chinese Medicine
All the principles of heaven and earth are living inside you. Life itself is the truth, and this will never change. Everything in heaven and earth breathes. Breath is the thread that ties creation together. When the myriad variations in the universal breath can be sensed, the individual techniques of the Art of Peace are born.—Morihei Ueshiba, trans. John Stevens, The Art of Peace