Sitting comfortably, close your eyes. Let your thoughts go to the special place of beauty in your heart, where it is light and warm and always safe.
Begin breathing in and out evenly like this: breathe in 2 counts; breathe out 2 counts; breathe in 2 counts and continue for a minute.
After completing the counted breaths, notice how your mind and body are relaxing.
Hold fast to this experience, letting yourself go further within to the source of spiritual love and communion within your Heart of Hearts.
Finally, take a deep breath, open your eyes - enjoy refreshing peace and harmony.
Little Communion Prayer
"Bring my spirit close to Yours
Today and everyday.
Keep me safe within Your Heart
Is all I ask and pray.
Keep all people close to You
Every single day.
Keep all safe within Your Heart
Is all I ask and pray."
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