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Learning From the Great Teachers

As Pranic Energy Healers we are dedicated to our spiritual growth and development.  We are also committed to mindfulness and following the virtues taught to us by our great teacher, Grand Master Choa Kok Sui.  These virtues are Loving-Kindness and non-injury.  Generosity and non-stealing.  Honesty and non-lying.  Constancy of aim and effort. Moderation and non-excessiveness.  Inner reflection and firm resolution.

We are also taught to continue reading our textbooks and to set aside study time, prayer time, meditation time, physical activity time, and leisure time.  If we are not dedicated in these practices, then we become unbalanced which weakens our ability to heal.  We are also taught that it is not healthy to heal every day. Many well-intentioned energy healers have become ill due to trying to do too much for too many in a short amount of time.  Their good intentions have thrown them off balance.  They require rest and must re-evaluate and adjust their schedules. This is why it is so important to have a Master Teacher or a mentor.

It is amazing what the great teachers have taught us over the centuries.  Keeping in mind that the great teachers come from all traditions and walks of life.  Here are just a few teachings from the Great Ones.

J. Krishnamurti from, Education and the Significance of Life:  Without a change of heart, without goodwill, without the inward transformation, which is born of self-awareness, there can be no peace, no happiness for men.  That is why the major problem is not the pupil, but the educator.  Our own hearts and minds must be cleansed if we are to be capable of educating others.

Alice Bailey, From, Education in the New Age:  Love always draws forth what is best in child and man.  Enlightenment is the major goal of education.

The Lord Buddha has said:  Let us inspect our thoughts that we do no unwholesome deed; for as we sow, so shall we reap.  Hatreds never cease by hatreds in this world.  By love alone they cease.  This is an ancient law.  Goodwill towards all beings is the true religion.  Cherish in your hearts boundless goodwill to all that lives.  Go and do your duty.  Show kindness to the brothers and sisters and free them from suffering.

The Lord Christ has said:  Every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.  A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and neither can a bad tree bear good fruit. Thus, by their fruit you will know them.  Love your enemies.  Do good to those who hate you.  Bless those who curse you.  Pray for those who mistreat you. Go and heal the sick.  Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.  Love your neighbor as yourself.

The Great Teachers have given us, by their words and by their actions, much to reflect upon and much to emulate. We are so blessed and grateful. There is great love here. Namaste.

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