Genshai Heart Points

Here you will find New Genshai Spirit Practices will unfold as the website unfolds. You will find practices to enrich your journey in the mastery of living in Genshai. Try any of the practices below that resonate with you and let us know how it goes for you! :) 

"We don't see the world as it is, we see the world as we see ourselves."
                                                                                    --An Enlightened Soul

Genshai Heart Point #1 - Heart Open

May you allow a daily practice of acknowledgement to effortlessly remind another human being of the personal value one naturally imbues and has the opportunity to share.

Everyday, you honor someone with a smile, a compliment, an acknowledgement, a warm hand, a gracious thank you, you make a difference.  As you treat another being with grace, respect, and acceptance, you contribute to the elevation of the human spirit, our planet, as  well as your own unique presence.

 

Genshai Heart Point #2 - Awaken

Too often we wake up to the world and asleep to ourselves.  Consider the self-care of awakening to a prayer of affirmation and gratitude, regardless if you initially believe it.  No matter, you are setting the intention You matter!  Allow for the Possibility you have a Contribution to be and manifest each and every day.  As you honor yourself with any type of morning ritual, be it a prayer, an affirmation, a conscious breath, care for your body, a gratitude, a moment of quietude, you are lighting your fire of initiative to step forward with positivity, openness, and trust.  You are primed to formidably and respectfully make a difference for someone else, as you have just done for yourself.


Genshai Heart Point #3 - Release

We experience a difference with someone.  The other party is seemingly wrong, as we are seemingly right.  Consider we may be unconsciously disregarding each other’s perspective in order to be ‘right.”  In that moment we are casting the other party, as “less than us,”  rather than accepting we are equal beings, who have just shared two sides of the same coin.  We may actually be able to learn from each other, as well as clarify our own point of view, regardless of who is right.  Our willingness to be self-aware opens the door of opportunity to mutually step up and express respect for the other’s perspective, ask a question, share an answer, acknowledge commonality, regardless of seeming differences.  

Yes, releasing our attachment to being right is sometimes difficult and unsettling.  Yet the freedom of detachment reminds us of who we are as self-aware beings, who honor the distinct value each of us represents.