OM AH HUM are symbols. What they indicate is vast.
white OM: the creative process (all creative processes), integration and embodiment, to intend and to follow through, all of manifestation
red AH: passion, excitement, attachment, aversion, the magnetic pull of anything or anyone, inspiration, motivation, admiration, ideas, images, or anything that interacts with the senses (positive/alluring or distasteful), and the ultimate voidness of it all
blue HUM: all that is universal like breathing, the needs of all beings, the unstoppable power of goodness and wisdom, the depth of being
Each moment is a mandala expressing. These primary factors display in myriad ways. May we all notice the usually noticed. May all beings awaken.
Everything in manifestation is a mandala expressing. Words are a mandala of sounds, meaning, interpretation, emotion and thought, as well as the mandala of interaction between sounder and those who hear the sounds/words/meanings. This is so whether the mandala is the sound of a Harley Davidson or a baby’s laughter.
Environment is a mandala. Each item in a meal is a mandala, then the meal as a whole is. But, so is the plethora of rain or irrigation, soil, sun, wind, growers, chemicals (if the food is non-organic), pickers, packers, transportation components and people.
You are a mandala and every second of your incarnated presence is a mandala. The layers of seen and unseen, recognized and unrecognized of you, everyone each of us knows, and everything that we could ever open to is a vast mandala unto itself (each item or person or moment), which -like a Mandelbrot set- is one fractal mandala within a vast array and display of mandalas. All of them are energy, are radiating, vibrating, and expressing.
As always, it was a joy to meditate with people dedicated to serving the world. The field locked in immediately.
Here is the Day of Meditation dates for this year (2021) plus the dates for the three 3-day online retreats. Please plan ahead!
Sat. January 2
Sat. February 6
Sat. March 6
Sat. April 3
Sat. May 1
Three-day: Friday-Sunday, June 4-6
Sat. July 10
Sat. August 7
Sat. September 11
Sat. October 2
Three-day: Friday-Sunday, Oct. 22-24
Sat. November 6
Sat. December 4