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Monday, September 10, 2007

lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu

may all beings everywhere be happy and free.
may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life
contribute in some way
to that happiness and to that freedom for all.

my fave sanskrit saying post-jivamukti training. i shared it during the savvy self-care teleclass tonight and thought that all readers would enjoy it, especially on the anniversary of 9.11. sending you all much love and a reminder of the interconnectedness we all share.

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Sneaux said...

The teleclass was terrific, Kimberly. Thanks for sharing your sage advice. And thanks for posting this quote - you rattled it off so quickly, I had to chance of copying it down!

Have a blissful day!

Anonymous said...

THANKS Kimberly! What a great saying...and great teleclass!

Miracle said...

I am sorry I missed the teleclass.. but that is a wonderful and peaceful saying. Thank you for sharing! -Jenn

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the telecast Kimberly! It was exactly what I needed!-Mel

April said...

My daughter and I do a mindful meditation every night (it's part of our burgeoning Buddhist practice, well, hers and my coming around back to disconnected from myself for so weird...anyway), the mantra you cite is part of a much longer one we recite each night, or rather a variation of the one we read each night.

We had to alter it a bit (she's an only child), but it's still pretty functional for everybody.