Despite what chaos is happening in the world, we have the wisdom within us to heal ourselves & the planet. Sadness & despair, while easy in such circumstances, serves nothing. Instead, use the energy to transcend these unthinkable atrocities & catalyze your grief into a powerful agent of change & healing the world.

This is part of the beautiful Twin Heart Meditation by Master Chao Ko Sui for universal consciousness. Even a 5 minute practice can help shift your energy & thereby affecting change on the whole planet. Sit in easy pose with legs crossed & spine straight. Breathe in & out long and deep for a couple of minutes. To activate your heart energy center, press the center of your chest & concentrate on it for a few seconds. Now recall the most pleasant feeling that you have ever experienced in your entire life. For example, a feeling of love, of kindness, peace & joy. You may have felt this when you have given yourself in service to others, or shared yourself with your friends, or when you look at your animals, children or, maybe when you fell in love. You are now going to share this feeling of kindness with the entire planet earth. Visualize in front of your chest a small planet earth, as small as a ball one inch in diameter. Imagine the pinkish light from the heart energy center going to the earth and enveloping it with love & kindness & bless all the needy people on earth with a new hope for a better world. 💖🙏🌎

Smile at this planet earth and mentally say this prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi:


Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace!

Where there is hatred, I may bring love.

Where there is wrong, I may bring the spirit of forgiveness.

Where there is discord, I may bring harmony.

Where there is error, I may bring truth.

Where there is doubt, I may bring faith.

Where there is despair, I may bring hope.

Where there are shadows, I may bring light.

Where there is sadness, I may bring joy.

Lord, grant that I may seek rather to comfort, than to be comforted.

To understand, than to be understood.

To love, than to be loved.

For it is by self-forgetting that one finds.

It is by forgiving that one is forgiven.

It is by dying that one awakens to Eternal Life.

~ St. Francis Assisi