FROM THE MONASTERY JULY 24: The Heartbeat Teachings – the most powerful love of all

Wisdom Master Maticintin has been teaching about the most powerful love of all at the HÜMÜH’s Skycliffe Monastery/Life Science Centre.

From the HÜMÜH Skycliffe Monastery/Life Science Centre.

Recently, Wisdom Master Maticintin has been teaching residents and visitors to HÜMÜH’s Skycliffe Monastery/Life Science Centre about the most powerful love of all.

These teachings are called the Heartbeat Teachings, which can transform a person’s view of life to one of acceptance and unconditional love.

The practice of the Heartbeat Teachings begins simply with a focus on quieting the mind and greeting every person or situation with an inner silent expression of the most powerful love of all, “I love you unconditionally.”

As the wisdom master guides residents and visitors in this practice of love, a resonance with all of life comes alive, and there is a recognition of the commonalities that we share with all life forms.

As these insights multiply, participants begin to see how their every thought, word, feeling and action can either hurt or uplift whomever or whatever we connect with, either in person or at a distance.

And so, one of the gifts of the Heartbeat Teachings is to see the interconnectedness of all life and to be inspired to inwardly express this most powerful love to all sentient beings, whether it be family, co-workers, animals, or the smallest bug. The wisdom master helps us see that, “You honour the sameness because that is all of us together as one. It keeps us from being separate, because it is not ‘your’ life force and ‘this other’ life force, It is the same life force. It is the same light that lives within the whole.”

As we continue to practice the most powerful love of all, our view of life is broadening. There is a fresh harmony and unison with life that is enriching our experience in countless ways, large and small. We find that we are no longer operating so unconsciously within our daily lives from the auto-pilot of the old, ingrained view that we are separate from one another. The truth of the interconnectedness of all life is growing within us.

This summer at Skycliffe, the wisdom master continues to unfold the Heartbeat Teachings, revealing that the most powerful love of all is a love that is universally unconditional.

This love is truly a jewel, a multi-faceted prism of light that is so powerful it can transmute the energy of all that it touches.

Each Teaching of the wisdom master shows a different facet of this jewel, which penetrates the consciousness in a way that opens body, mind, and spirit to the reality of this most powerful love of all.

We are finding that, with these practices, life feels richer than we have ever experienced before, and there is an inspiration to live the Heartbeat Teachings for the upliftment of all sentient beings.

The wisdom master has often said that unconditional love is the “glue” that holds all life together. If you are interested in learning more about living from that central focus within you that is the one same light of all that exists, we invite you to come to Skycliffe this summer and take the first step towards the most powerful love of all.

You are also welcome to simply drop by and enjoy a couple hours of quiet time on the grounds.

– HÜMÜH’s Skycliffe Monastery/Life Science Centre is open to visitors every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with teachings at 11:45 a.m. For directions to Skycliffe, as well as, information about retreats, or Sunday lunch reservations email or call 1-800-336-6015. We also invite you to attend the Grand Forks Satsang (spiritual discussion group), which meets the first Tuesday evening of every month at the Selkirk College, front entrance, Room 2 from 7 to 8 p.m.

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