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Video: Reconciliation Meditation

This meditation is a deep-hearted reflection, a possibility, a yearning, a vision. Even if we cannot or should not speak to the other, we can find the courage to hold reconciliation and goodwill in our own heart.To recite the intention of reconciliation is to willingly plant a seed of reconnection and love in our heart. As we repeat each phrase, we turn our intention to the possibility of restoring harmony where suffering has set us apart.

May our lives lead to wise, healthy, and courageous reconciliation.

Further reading: “The Art of Forgiveness, Lovingkindness, and Peace”

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This meditation was originally livestreamed by Spirit Rock on 1/25/21

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