Saturday, September 18, 2021

Discover the Secret #Power of #Karma ~Virtues and Vices


Our lives present us with content and thus the opportunity to discover through the process of living, the virtues we need to gain and the vices we need to remove so that we may evolve. For example, you may find that you are a very patient person who is gentle, peaceful, and loving. However, you may also discover that you are weak, indecisive and lack the steadfastness needed to accomplish your earthly mission. Life will then put you in a situation where you have the opportunity to discover your vices. What you do with this is how you create karma and build character.

The question then becomes how do you build character? Character is reflected in how you react to things. Character is built through our experiences and work, also known as our earthly duties. According to karma no one should be judged by the mere nature of their duties, but all should be accountable by the manner and spirit in which they perform them. Those who do the so-called lower work are not necessarily the lower person. This simply means how we perform our duties(work) is the real determination of character.

We often judge a person by what they do, or have as opposed to how they performed the work. We also oftentimes judge others by our customs and values. We should remember to see the duty of others through their own eyes and customs and never judge others by our own standards. No one or any culture holds the standard for the universe. When this thinking comes into play, we develop prejudices and bias and these are mighty strong vices.   


The chaos of life will always be whirling around us.  But chaos can present us with opportunity for growth. We just need to realize that we have the power to turn chaos into opportunity. The chaos of life will challenge our sense of balance, our strength and our peace of mind. We must decide to either walk our soulful path or let the chaos of life sweep us into a frenzy.  Just remember the basic nature of cosmic energy is chaos with the potential to create or destroy. How we use this energy to combat vices and build virtues depends upon our strength and flexibility, and our ability to bring balance and peace to our lives.   This takes work and that’s karma– let’s get started  


So, how do we develop virtues? Observe without judgment. It is one of the fundamental laws of karma; non-judgment. It is the ability to view the world without superimposing your opinions, perceptions and attitudes. The minute we apply judgement we break the suggested rule of “do no harm.” To judge another is to challenge another person’s right to walk their own path. Everyone is on their own mission and yet the mission of life involves all of us. We are not here to judge the path of another person. We are here to understand both our actions and our reactions and then reconstruct them so as to create a strong and virtuous character, and in this make the world a better place. The focus in life should always be on self and self-development without harm to anyone or anything. You are simultaneously responsible for bringing goodness to everyone and everything, and at the same time only responsible for the path you walk. Walk it with respect and kindness.


Taming the chaotic nature of life is work and will not come without a lot of effort. That’s karma. It means action with moral consequences. The paradox is that although this work takes tremendous conscious effort, when living it, we find peace and tranquility. However, along the way there will be many temptations. The greatest temptation of all will be that of the ego. It is the ego that judges and thinks it can justify anything and everything; even violence. It is the ego that throws up walls of division. Pull your ego in and place your soul on top. Consciously taming the ego, we remove these walls and learn to embrace the unity of life and when this happens, we discover why we are here; to discover through the process of living, the virtues we need to gain and the vices we need to remove. Developing virtues is the “soul” purpose of our existence here on earth. Therefore, practice compassion, patience, courage, integrity, honor, strength, steadfastness, love, discipline, peace, creativity and devotion, and in this you will discover wisdom.


Namaste ~ may you go with health happiness and peace

Doctor Lynn

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Saturday, September 04, 2021

In a Chaotic #World Chakra #Balance is Important for the #Health of the body, the mind and the soul.


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Vital to the creation of life is the pure energy of the universe. Quantum physics reveals that at the subatomic level there are simply fields of fluctuating energy with the possibility of infinite creativity. So even science tells us that energy is everywhere with the infinite possibility to create. We are simply a bundle of energy that has manifested as a body, a mind and a soul, and as such have the infinite ability to create. What gets in our way is our inability to get grounded, centered, empowered, loved, find our voice, tap into our creativity and to open ourselves to pure peace and serenity.

The chakras are simply energy points. When we consciously learn how to work through them, we not only bring peace and serenity to the mind, but we also bring health to the body. Any time you bring the energy of your body, mind and soul into perfect balance you have perfect health.

This is called prevention.  This means getting in touch with the energy of your being before it gets so far out of balance that we become ill. Chakra balancing is a tool that is supposed to be combined with proper diet, exercise and sound sleep; which are the three pillars of health.

Learning about the chakras can help you to understand your own imbalances and through a process of readjustment bring about health. This series of lessons is meant to teach you how to open the door to another form of natural health and fitness. It is but another tool in the toolbox of health. Abraham Maslow once said that if your only tool was a hammer, you would begin to see the world as nails. The more tools you have the greater your perspective of the world, of your health, and of yourself.

Let’s get started:

Let’s begin moving through the energy centers known as the chakras. Sit pressing your sit bones into the mat and focus on your root. Get a sense of grounding and take a deep breath. Move to your sacral between your hip and get centered. Take a deep breath. Sit for a moment and connect to your third chakra at your belly. Take a deep breath and feel yourself lift up to your diaphragm. When in balance we are grounded, centered, and confident in our personal strength, without the need to overpower others, or get lost in our own sense of powerlessness. We are empowered.

Take a deep breath and as you exhale move up to your chest at the heart chakra. the place before sound which when in balance allows us to become unstuck.  Here we reserve judgment seeing the world objectively rather than subjectively; we cultivate compassion. Now take a deep breath and move to the throat chakra to purify and find your voice. We now have brought balanced breath to the five chakras that connect and hold us to our earthly life.

Let’s move to the sixth chakra, the command to receive located between the eye brows. This the center of intuition and creation.  To reach this we must observe life without judgement. Take a deep breath and release.

Take a deep breath; exhale and allow the lotus flower to open at the top of your head and here you are being peaceful and balanced and not being scattered and chaotic – you are being and not being at the same time. But to fully understand this we must get to work – that’s karma



END: let’s work our way through the chakras

Grounded, centered, empowered, compassionate, find your voice, open up your infinite source of creative energy and finally connect with your crown – you are of this world and at the same time not of this world for you are, an important part of all that exist both physically and metaphysically. Energy is infinite, it is creative and it is destructive. You have the power to choose how you use your energy. I hope you will choose to use it to bring health, happiness and peace to your body, your mind and your soul.

EGO: Remember the ego separates itself from the world. Its job is to protect and preserve life in a world of competition, chaos and judgment. The ego is your persona. When we see ourselves as balanced energy the ego gives way to its need for control and allows the soul to be your guide. The soul is infinite without beginning or end and by following it we begin to understand the true nature of life – life becomes what life does.  Think, speak and act wisely.

Namaste ~ may you go with health, happiness and peace

Doctor Lynn

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