With so many in the world currently dying, sedated alone in ICU units or facing their mortality in fear, the very beautiful and powerful Tibetan practice of Powha, is a means to support.
Powha is a Tibetan heart-centered meditation that translates to ‘transference of consciousness’. It is traditionally used to prepare for the death of the body, however if a person is unable to practice due to their circumstances, family members, monks and loved ones will gather around the dying person and practice Powha on their behalf. Powha can be done on behalf of the dying, and it is a beautiful one to add to your personal practices, even if you are well. Powha cleanses the energy body, erases karma and entanglements, enables forgiveness and connects us with the divine centre (however that may present for you)
I have had a number of requests for guidance in heart-centered meditations in response to my recent articles Creative Fear and The Noble Quest, not only for lifting the vibration of the self, but also to use your heart as a proxy for others and send spiritual energy out into the world and to those who may need it most.
I hope you enjoy exploring the practice.