So I want to share this meditation with you because many of you are asking me about moving through a lot of heaviness. And you know how what, what it means to isolate boundaries with family. This is called a gator from the Buddhist tradition, and the gate, the simply means, verse or poem, short verse, a poem. And it's letting go to be a short practice, so anything that you want to let go, but that in the comments, and we're literally going to do this for like a minute or two. But whatever you're letting go take a moment to think about that. And I'm going to read this gate though. And then we're just going to hold space to let that go. So this Gator is from tick, not Han, his book, Present Moment, Wonderful moment, that's the title. Chapter 23. Hearing the bell, I'm able to let go of all afflictions, my heart is calm, my sorrows ended, I am no longer bound to anything. I learned to listen to my suffering and the suffering of the other person. When understanding is born in me, compassion is also born so beautiful. So now I want you to hold the intention for whatever it is you want to release. And I'm just going to play guitar for literally a minute or so. And during that minute I want you to connect to your breath very mindfully. And with each exhale, let it go. Whatever it is, I see some of you are writing fear so my writing anxiety suffering unwanted attachments whatever it is, let it go as effortlessly as you breathe.
Love light and truth within me, honors the love light and truth within you. And I'm staying