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Fwd: Create Your Radiant Health! April 2019

From: SchaOn Blodgett, CCP, B.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 2, 2019 4:40 PM

Awesome info from Charlotte Steen about Karma.

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From: Upper Midwest Hanmi Buddhist Association <[address removed]>
Date: Mon, Apr 1, 2019 at 2:40 PM
Subject: Create Your Radiant Health! April 2019
To: <[address removed]>


More About the Chinese Mystery School's Buddhist Spiritual Healing

Every illness has its roots in the past. All our present suffering was created by our own past actions in this life or another. This is the law of karma, cause and effect. Although we all have a degree of suffering to face, we don't have to face it alone.

Hanmi Buddhist healing relies on the use of mantra to call upon the Buddha or Bodhisattva for help, protection, and guidance. This enables us to consciously work out and purify karma on a higher level, eliminating the need to experience physical illness and disasters.

When the karma is purified, the illness naturally disappears.

Methods to purify your karma:
1. Receive a healing from a Hanmi Buddhist dharma practitioner. More and RSVP...
2. Learn and practice a Hanmi Buddhist dharma meditation -- purify your own karma. Upcoming classes here.
3. Request a Healing Dharma Rite (Prayer Service) More ...
4. Do Good: Offer your service to others freely, without consideration of receiving anything in return.
5. Be Good: Practice respecting all, forgiving all, helping all. This way of going about your life will create a smoother path for you and will lighten your burden.
6. Do no harm. Aspire to know yourself, and thus to recognize how you have created the karma you are experiencing. Once you know yourself, aspire to change yourself, and eliminate the cause of creating suffering. Overcome yourself.

(Credit to Abbot Dan Kendall for much of the above writing.)

May we all live the radiant healthy lives we are meant to live.

Kind regards,
Vajracharya Charlotte Steen

Note: The Upper Midwest Hanmi Buddhist Association and its representatives offer spiritual healing work as a part of its centuries-old religious mission of spiritual upliftment, world service and charitable activities. The spiritual healing work offered by the Upper Midwest Hanmi Buddhist Association is in no way intended to be a diagnosis, cure, healing or treatment of any disease, condition or illness, in the medical sense of these terms. No part of our spiritual healing work is ever intended to be a substitute for professional medical treatment or advice. If you have a current medical condition, or even the possibility of a serious medical condition developing, you should seek the advice and care of a licensed physician or health care professional immediately. Any reference to "healing" in our programs refers exclusively to personal spiritual healing, which may or may not occur through your participation in our religious and spiritual activities. You are solely responsible for your own medical situation and care and for the health of your physical body.


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