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She is captivating, ebullient, kind, and an amazing storyteller.

  1. As we open the heart to God, not only do we draw reflections of the heart of Love into our daily lives, but our heart of Love becomes a magnetic field for entraining the heart of Love of all of humanity. This is a opening of hearts through a connection to Jeshua Jesus with Yael Powell's heart as conduit.
  2. It is the illusion of the mind that isn't real.
  3. It is based on spiritual truth and deep inner knowing and is totally unconditional. The pendulum of cause and effect comes to rest because Twin Flames are My heart and shall thus entrain all in their presence to Love.
  4. It has been an amazing journey of spreading love and light to all who have come to receive the gift of Reiki.
  5. I promise you that it is real -- that life is a fluid joyous whole of living dancing molten Love. Every part of your body, your energy field, your being, every particle of Light and wave of Love you are…every bit of it is receiving endless Love from Me.

She is currently a theater instructor at the Baltimore School for the Arts. Last year, Maria took her experience in the classroom and with the practice of forgiveness and wrote The Village Bully, a story poem illustrated by John Malloy.

Who taught you most about forgiveness?

  1. As we open the heart to God, not only do we draw reflections of the heart of Love into our daily lives, but our heart of Love becomes a magnetic field for entraining the heart of Love of all of humanity. The Buddha nature, our real home, beyond body and mind.
  2. I promise you that it is real -- that life is a fluid joyous whole of living dancing molten Love. This contains many of the expressions of Love that you sent to us.
  3. Through my communion with God that has come to be these Messages from God, I have come to understand that it is my heart of Love that helps to open the door to brand new possibilities for all of us, as together we transform a world of limitation into a world of joy, Love and wonder. What prompted you to write the book?
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Vasant Paranjpe a spiritual teacher from India whose guidance I have followed for more 35 years. He taught me mind training—to be aware of your feelings and thoughts, yet not be attached to them.

Book Introduces Circles of Love to Children and Teens

If something or someone hurts you, you are aware of how you feel, but you don't wallow in it. It is that training that helps to keep sorrowful feelings from lingering too long.

My mother was also a beacon of goodness. I grew up witnessing daily a woman who was giving and full of Light.

Reiki Magical Healing Circle of Love & Light

She didn't hold grudges or speak negatively about anyone or anything, ever. What role does forgiveness play in your life? For some reason, the practice of forgiveness seems to be central in my life. I teach it constantly in every single class I offer to children, teens, and adults.

It's always a part of the guided meditation that begins each class. I believe forgiveness to be a tool that helps create a great deal of healing.

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I kept thinking, how could I ever forgive these brothers. One day I woke up and this thought came. What is your greatest obstacle to forgiveness?

How do you overcome it?

The greatest obstacle to forgiveness for me seems to be. What prompted you to write the book?

A decade ago, when I read about an African tribe who dealt with people who caused hurt or damage without using punishment, shaming or judgment, it resonated so deeply. I wondered how a society that was so steeped in punishment, and even revenge, could possibly embrace such a highly evolved practice. I thought, if we start with very young children, stimulating their innate sense of compassion and forgiveness, we could grow a whole generation of young folks accustomed to creating circles of love and positivity.

The best place to start this practice would be in a classroom as well as at home. That's the intention of this book. I think it would be wonderful if we found delightful ways to resurrect and constantly remind children of the Golden Rule. We don't hear about it much now and it may seem old fashioned, but I think we need T-shirts and cartoon characters and children's songs promoting a palatable ear-catching way of saying "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

I have tremendous faith in children and young people! It seems that all they need is a few pointers in the 'evolved' direction to remind them, affirm them, and reassure them that the way they are—innately loving and forgiving—is the best way to be and that we need them to constantly show us and remind us adults of that point.