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May I ask which mantra you chant? It came to me today to write a hub about the subject of the question. I understand if you prefer not to mention it publically. I am now following your writings. If you feel so, see the hub 'Hawaii O Hawaii.'
I have used many over the years, but the one I am using right now is so powerful that I have to keep it secret. I will check out your hubs.
I feel sad and hurt with your penultimate paragragh, however carefully worded. I would laugh at someone else, but not you. You are extremely busy, but it may be useful to re-visit my Hubs.
To digress here, Dawn wanted your name. I have sent it.
Manatita, thank you for sharing honestly your emotional reaction to the paragraph. My life is full but not busy. I go where Higher Self leads. Your comment inspired me to write a new question. I will respond kindly to Dawn when she writes.
E.P. I share your feeling that there is no single way, but that one must experience much, live in the moment, and follow and trust in the guidance of one's inner voice. Living in the moment is the hardest challenge for me, but I am improving at it.
Laura, I talk a lot but living it is something else! Even when I think I already have my own answer to the questions I ask, it is my intention to always be open to become more rounded by hearing in my heart what others say. Thank you for being here.
Aloha Renee, How beautiful! We were on the islands from 2001 - 2004. Wrote a poem into a video hub, Hawaii O Hawaii. May I quote from you in the hub-to-be on chants & mantras? May be awhile. Will check the YouTube video & visit your profile.
The Islands called to me so strongly. I have not been able to make it back but the Goddess Pele had introduced herself and I have followed since. Yes you can quote me. I am a H'oponopono practioner.
Laura, this is so rich in feeling and realness. Kati has a singing bowl and hearing her play it is always uplifting & inspiring to me. You reminded me of the Woodpecker song my Dad sang to get him through. It was the closing song at his funeral.
I'm sorry to hear of your father's passing, but glad that his song was the last he heard.
Everyone should have a "Woodpecker song" they can rely on to get them through. Mine is The Star Spangled Banner--it reminds me to be greater than myself.
Wow, what a powerful answer to this question. You have inspired me to look further into several of the directions you mentioned. Thank you for introducing me/us to some concepts that may be new to us. Peace be to you as well, Manatita44.
Thank you, Laura. I am a servant.As such I approach each subject in the way I feel will most inspire or uplift. Many blessings.
Yes, I understand that. When I wrote notes on my lifetime experiences, one was the high Mass sung in Latin. Another was Pentecostal Christian glossolalia and another Christian songs which were talking with Jesus. Besides Buddhist & other chants.
Wow, I wish I could reach the point of having a great day every day. I bow to your faith and to your accomplishment in handing yourself wholely over to it. Peace, teacherrjoe52.