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Offline Nils Horn

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Happy world
« on: May 10, 2015, 04:03:13 am »
The world is suffering from hunger, sickness, war and unwisdom. People are screaming for help. At the moment the capitalistic globalization is destroying people’s relationships to one another. The rich become richer and the poor are getting poorer. Over 2 billion people are extremely poor. Extreme poverty means malnourishment, little provision for health, and not enough to live on. More than ten million children die of starvation and avoidable sickness. According to the Human Rights Charter of the UN, enough to eat is a human right.

We should organize the world in a way that nobody must die of hunger, war or poverty. There is enough money in the world to do this. The rich are required to feed the poor. The rich should create jobs for the poor and give them land. The poor should organize themselves to overcome their poverty. Everybody should do what is possible for him.



Happy World

1. We visualize the earth below us and rub the feet on the earth in circles. We mentally repeat the mantraː “May all people be happy. May the world be happy.”

2. We visualize Buddha over us in the heavens. We rub the palms of our hands together over our heads and think: ”Om Buddha. Om inner wisdom. Please guide and help me on my way.”

3. We rub our hands in front of the heart chakra. We visualize ourselves as a Buddha of light. We think: “I am a Buddha of light. I think positive and I act positive.”

4. We move a hand back and forth in a blessing. We send all people light and think: “I send light to all people. May all people be enlightened. May all people become Buddhas of light.”

5. Lay your hands in your lap, move your toes and think the mantra ”light” for a minute. Concentrate on your body, then on your mind, then on the whole world. Stop all thoughts. Relax. Go positive into your day. Proceed with optimism.
May all people be happy. May the world be happy.

 


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