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Healing practice for people living with cancer

Change the Past from the Power in the Present Moment (tips: 1 to 4)

  1. Tell yourself that power if in the present moment. From the present moment you can change the past, present and future.
  2. Do breathing visualization for 20 miniutes, focusing all your attention and sensors on your breathing, feeling the peacefulness of your heart in between breathing in and breathing out, gradually slowing down the breathing until there is a calm force generated inside your heart.
  3. In your mind, be reminiscent of the most painful thing in your life, returning to the scene at that most painful moment, but in your mind you see a new ending, for example, a misunderstanding resolved, a business not filed, the marriage saved by attending counseling, seeing an old ending replaced by a new possibility and that cancer also did not occur.
  4. Take the action at the present moment: If you are experiencing a broken marriage, look for help from a marriage counselor or talk to the former partner, knowing that if you do something different, then you may not be divorced. With this kind of understanding and awareness, you enable yourself to improve the present relationship.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.138

To Get in Touch with Your Feeling Tone

An Exercise to Get in Touch with Your Feeling Tone

Remember that in this world, everything that we have experienced, the mountains, rocks, trees, creatures they all have consciousness, and each consciousness is endowed with its own feeling tone. This feeling tone represents the reality of one’s existence. Just like the harmonic vibrations and orchestra produces are composed of endless deep chords or a progression of chords, everyone has his own range of feeling tone.

Sit quietly with eyes closed; let go of all thoughts, and only sense the existence of yourself. Look inward to feel the deep interior chord, knowing those “feeling tones” and there, and patiently wait for those “feeling tones” to become clear. Put questions like “What does it feel like?” and “Am I doing it right?” aside. Accept all the feelings that happen in the exercise.

You do not need to count the times. This is not work, and it should be an enjoyable experience. This exercise will deepen your connection with your inner energy.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.114

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