Gongs of Compassion

“In the Buddhist tradition, compassion and love are seen as two aspects of same thing: compassion is the wish for another being to be free from suffering; love is wanting them to have happiness.” ~ The Dalai Lama
Compassion, something the world seems to be lacking in today. We only need to turn on the TV, or go on the internet, to see so many acts of disregard for our fellow humans. When people come to your sessions, please think about them, and think about the struggles and abuse in their lives that they may be bringing with them. Do not play your Gongs disregarding that. While we may have become more connected then ever with the internet, we often find our lives lacking real human interaction and connection. 



When people come to your sessions, welcome them with both compassion and love. 

Realize that the hour or two spent with you should be a safe haven from the outside world. Listen to their hearts and souls, and connect with their energy. Have compassion for them and truly wish for them to be free from suffering of all types. Make this your intention, your mantra. And when the session is over, expect them to leave feeling better than when they arrived. Also expect them to carry compassion home with them, so that they may give it to others in need.

One Universe
One Humanity
One Vibration


Make compassion your religion…

~ MB

Chop Wood / Carry water/ Play Gongs / Be Compassionate




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