Sending positive energy to Mother Earth
This meditation is for world peace. You see, we all wish good for the world, right? When we say the prayer Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu, we don’t pray only for ourselves. We pray for everybody because when the world has peace, everything is peaceful. Many people say, “Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu.” But do they mean it? It’s very important when you pray to mean what you are saying, and not just plainly, without faith.
Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu means ‘let peace be everywhere’, but firstly you have to become peaceful yourself to bring peace. Everybody in this world does have peace inside of them. Everybody in this world does have love inside of them. Some know it, some don’t. Some know how to bring it outside, and some, due to fear, close it inside of them. But if you want peace, you have to open the mind and you have to broaden your way of seeing things. If you want to love truly, you have to start loving.
We are in this world, but we give less importance to it, we take it for granted. We walk on her, we work, we do everything on her, but yet, how many people really take even one minute to think of her really? Not many people think about it. You know, we take it so much for granted.
Here is a simple 1 minute meditation.
Firstly, close your eyes. Open your hands, place it in front of your heart. Not towards you, but palms toward each other.
With your creative mind imagine that Mother Earth, the world is in between your palms. By doing that there is automatically a flow of energy from your right hand to your left hand, and from the left hand to your right hand. Some of you who are sensitive to feel will automatically feel it, this flow of vibration.
So, close your eyes and imagine Mother Earth in between your palms.
Now from your heart send all the good wishes, healing, love to Mother Earth.
May the love which is inside of you bring comfort and peace to people who need it: people who are sick, or who need help… Send them the love. Let your positiveness bring peace everywhere; in you, your neighbour, your family.
OM OM OM, Shanti Shanti Shanti.
You can practice it for one minute, even if you are very busy.
(Taken from a recent talk with Sri Swami Vishwananda)