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Friday, March 11, 2011

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""Look at things from another person's point-of-view." Try to think as they think.
Your own point-of-view will not be lost, but your view of reality will be enhanced.

The following exercises of Heart Rhythm Practice are organized
>by the dimension of the heart that each develops. These
>exercises are examples of "Living from the Heart," but they
>are also developmental. The experience of Heart Rhythm
>Meditation is what makes these exercises achievable, even
>natural, and the desire and attempt to do these exercises
>enlivens the meditation, giving it a focus. The intention to
>apply meditation draws out the experience of meditation.

>The Width of the Heart
>If there is anyone with whom you would not like to be alone in
>an elevator, that is your signal that a reconciliation with
>that person is needed, for the health of your own heart.
> "Look for the right in the wrong and the wrong in the right,
>the good in the bad and the bad in the good." These opposites
>exist only in the mind. By finding one in the other you come
>to the heart of the matter.
> Mean what you say and say what you mean. Don't be vague,
>sarcastic or cute in your expression; speak clearly and
> When you give your word to someone, consider that you are
>bound to that person until they agree to release you from your
>commitment. This will make you dependable.
> Make your environment beautiful and harmonious. You have to
>live in it, and it both expresses and affects your heart.
> Fulfill your obligations. "Think what is expected of you by
>all those with whom you come in contact and try to answer
>their demands to the best of your ability, willingly, and
> Identify yourself with someone else, to remove the
>impressions of your false identity. A teacher, an animal, a
>leader, a man, a woman, a saint, etc. By exercising your
>ability to consciously identify with whatever you wish you
>will purify yourself of the unconscious identity you have
>assumed, that which is circumstantial, not essential.
>The Depth of the Heart
>Forget the errors of others. Your reproach may make them firm
>in their faults. Do not dwell on your own errors either.
>People are seldom improved by guilt. Blame no one for
>anything. Rather, try to understand their reason.
> See yourself reflected in another. See how that person is
>similar to you. See how they become more similar as you feel
>more accomodation, respect, admiration and love for them.
> "Look at things from another person's point-of-view." Try to
>think as they think. Your own point-of-view will not be lost,
>but your view of reality will be enhanced.
> "Feel another person. People are very different than they
>appear and even different than they think." Your feeling of
>another tells you more than their words and actions can.
> Identify what it is in yourself that is irritating to you
>when you see it reflected in another.
> "Practice forgiveness, thereby showing the action of the
>Universal Heart reflected in your heart. Forgiveness can be
>practiced in different ways such as tolerance, forgetting, and
> Teach how the heart operates by being self-revealing, with
> Let your heart be moved by the beauty and tragedy all around
> Raise the pain in your heart in your awareness until it
>becomes a physical sensation. "Pain, my life-long comrade, if
>all went and left me, you would still be there. The pain of
>life is the price paid for the quickening of the heart."
>The Height of the Heart
>Recognize that it is your own emerging quality you see in the
>one you admire.
> Look for the best in people and they will come up to your
>estimation of them.
> Regret is a waste of energy. The pasti has given you the
>present that will be opened in the future.
> "Do nothing which will make your conscience feel guilty. A
>clear conscience gives the strength of a lion, but the guilty
>conscience might turn a lion into a rabbit."
> Take the worst part of something and transform it so it
>becomes the best part, whether you are renovating your home or
>your personality.
> "Uphold your honor at any cost. Hold your ideal high in all
>circumstances." You may fail to live up to your ideal, but do
>not lower your ideal to the height of your ability. The ideal
>is intended to be high, like a beacon the ship sees in the
>night, preventing it from hitting the rocks.
> "An optimist takes the chance of losing; a pessimist loses
>the chance of winning."
> "Do not take advantage of a person's ignorance. Seek not
>pleasure through the pain of another, life through the death
>of another, gain through the loss of another, nor honor
>through the humiliation of another. Influence no one to do
>The Forward Direction of the Heart
>Become passive with respect to the power of the heart within
> Do something every day toward the accomplishment of your
>heart's wish.
> Once you have allowed a wish into your heart, you must
>accomplish it. The only exception is when you grow beyond it,
>like a child outgrowing his toys. Giving up your wish is a
> Have more effect upon the world than the world has upon you.
> Consider every problem as a challenge to the power of your
>creativity. When the creative solution is found, the problem's
>contribution to your growth will be appreciated. The result
>will endure and the problem that stimulated it will be
> You can have whatever your heart wants most. Indeed, the path
>to its attainment is already prepared for you. It is your
>birthright that has created your desire.
> "Do not spare yourself in the work which you must
>The Inner Dimension of the Heart
>"The heart all its own wounds heals." Speed your healing by
>touching your heart with the energy of your breath and placing
>your attention on your heartbeat.
> By your daily practice you build a capacity for the same
>power that operates the universe to emerge within your heart.
>Twenty minutes of meditation at the time you scheduled is
>worth two hours of meditation at a time that is convenient.
> The two great emotions are surrender, the acceptance of the
>separation from divinity which gave you individuality, and the
>glorification of that divinity operating within you and
>through you. Develop some active ways to evoke surrender and
>glorification so that both emotions become accessible to you
>and evident in your personality.
> Hold your emotion. Do not let yourself express your emotion
>in a personal way; that would vent it and deprive you of its
>power. Hold the emotion until it expresses itself in ways that
>are beautiful, harmonious and universal. Do not express glee,
>but hold the emotion until it becomes joy. Do not express
>anger, but hold it until it becomes powerful enough and hot
>enough to melt your heart and create freedom in yourself. The
>objective is to be able to hold the truly great emotions, all
>at once, and express them as a form of art.
> The base of all emotion is peace. Peace provides to every
>heart whatever emotion it is missing. The best way to
>experience peace is to radiate it. Practice radiating peace
>from your heart like a force that brings everything it reaches
>into harmony and peace.
> Realize that you represent something grand. Your dedication
>will make all the qualities and power of the one you represent
>available to you in your heart.
>Quotes from Hazrat Inayat Khan.
>Copyright © 2000, The Institute for Applied Meditation, Inc.

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