February 27, 2008 at 6:19 am #27697
Chia’s books tell that smiling at an organ, it smiles back. “Feel it smiling back”. Not for me. I can feel the sadness in the lungs, fatigue in the liver etc. but no smile.
What’s your opinion?
thanks!!!!!February 27, 2008 at 7:35 am #27698
Keep going Sly,
It is a journey to open up the communication with your organs to its very cells, its information of this life and ancestral lives, so it goes in circles, peeling off, meeting resistance, pain, sadness, anger of recent, past ‘this life’, past other lives, and who knows FUTURE life… since we live multidimensional we tend to forget our future selves who bring in pain in this life…
At a point some organ(s) feels relaxed enough to communicate back a more relaxed happier state, which you can call ‘smiling back’…but this is not an end point, it is a next starting point to proceed further into past, and future…
It is a neverending cycle, so all we can do is keep smiling to our neverending process, what else to do?
Planet Earth is a dungglobe… I like to believe that if we keep smiling long and lovely enough it eventually will turn into healthy humus… what else to do?
Lovely smiling day
WendyFebruary 27, 2008 at 8:44 am #27700February 27, 2008 at 10:19 am #27702
Thanks Wendy! 🙂February 27, 2008 at 10:21 am #27704
Sorry Dylan, I can’t understand the meaning of ‘air stewardess’… Do you mean ‘easy to convince’? 🙂February 27, 2008 at 2:27 pm #27706
I guess he meen that the stewards always please you and do things fast for you. At your service.
It’s good to not wait for sertain things to happen, but instead listen to what actully happen.
S DFebruary 27, 2008 at 7:47 pm #27708
>>I guess he meen that the stewards always please you and do things fast for you. At your service.
Unless they work for Air France…..February 27, 2008 at 8:48 pm #27710February 27, 2008 at 9:05 pm #27712
I agree a lot with Wendy’s example of peeling.
It’s like peeling an onion.
As you smile and your organs respond, sometimes they are
“unhappy” because they are storing things. If you release
some of these trapped things or process them, then you
reach states where they will feel happy and you will feel
them smiling back.
However, sometimes after a period of time, as you peel
deeper, new more deeply rooted things begin to surface
and you reach a new layer–then once again, the smiling
may not seem to be returned.
It’s all a process and a journey.
The process of inner smiling–while it conjures feelings and
images that are very pleasant–is really more a process
of “acceptance” rather than “smiling”. When you do the Inner
Smile to your organs, it’s more like you are wrapping your
arms around your organs like a dear friend and giving them
a hug. Just like friends can have ups and downs, so can
your organs. What is needed here is to let your organs know
that they are not alone, and that it doesn’t matter what they
are feeling themselves, that you are there for them and
will support them through their process. It helps to
accelerate the process of deep internal healing akin to
the support a friend feels when they are consoled . . .
As trust develops with a friend through consolation, some
pain leaves–the same thing holds true for
your inner organs.
Smiles to you,
StevenFebruary 28, 2008 at 3:38 am #27714February 28, 2008 at 5:04 am #27716
I meant service with a smile, thats on all day!
Although, these days air stewardesses are becoming more like sick, unhelpful organs!February 28, 2008 at 8:08 am #27718
My organs are in a shameful condition!
Anyway, now I know! 🙂
Should smiling be enough, or should I talk with the organ, example to the liver “French fries no more, sweetie?”
Thanks everybodyMarch 3, 2008 at 12:57 pm #27720
no hope no hoping no do be
but also no forget fire in the flesh
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