A monk who had studied under the Zen master Kassan for a period of time. Then he left him to go to many other places for more Zen enquiry. However, he could not find any place that fitted him. Furthermore, at any place visited,...
moments in life are shared in sickness and in health, these moments can all be joyful. we offer our thoughts for those who suffer. but it is possible to offer instead our breath in those who need healing. by breathing for ourselves around those we love, they can benefit from our vital energy when they are weak. proximity doesn't matter in love or interbeing or intention. breathing strengthens our connection with the I and All.
Reply from Phil Space
The air you breathe contains a fine degree of density of food for your nourishment.