It’s a love thing

February 15th, 2011

The heart centre – a meditation for the heart.
From osho

Ordinary people around the world know that love comes from the heart. To them this is hearsay. Hearts are the images of love in all cultures.

We have seven sensory centres in the body, some call these centres chackras, let’s just call them centres for now. These are parts of out body that can’t be mapped but can be felt. When we really listen and understand our true being, these centres can be stimulated and we feel the benefit in ourselves, again not necessarily the physical body but just how we feel total, as a whole.

Like all benefits of meditation and yoga, once understood in ourself they are for sharing.

The heart is in our centre, three centres above and below. All the other centres are activated from this one.
The third centre, just below the heart creates abundance and by reaching into this third centre (think about your navel) you have begun to overflow with love. This happens in the fourth centre, our heart.

The meditator reaches into the heart.
As you reach this centre of your being suddenly an explosion of love and compassion and joy and blissfulness arises with such force that it hits the heart and opens it.

When you feel this energy your potential to share this love is abundant. You are limitless
in all that you can give, overflowing. You have the opportunity to share your love and your joy and your laughter. In sharing, you find that you feel even more full. There is no need to go anywhere or to make any effort. You can enjoy sensuality without possessiveness or attachment, you can give birth to child or a project with an equal sense of creatively fulfilled.

Everything around you seems to be coming together now.
Enjoy it, ground yourself in it and let the abundance in you overflow.

One Response to “It’s a love thing”

  1. Emma Barkeron 19 Aug 2011 at 11:13 pm

    I am going to copy this and put it on my blog because it is an eloquent reminder how difficult we all find it to RECEIVE all the good things in life rather than kvetch about the bad. And I am the worst offender. Thanks for this post – a perfect pre-yoga, early morning find. Namaste. X

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