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12 daily light Beams for an illuminated Year!
Enjoy one short Thought on Light to meditate on, and contribute to a more luminous world!

This exercise is a great help when you are trying to concentrate, and it can have truly fantastic results: your whole being will vibrate and you will begin to feel that you are really and truly drinking light."

 Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

"Why look at the sunrise"
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The sun’s rays are the only things that are capable of sustaining, nourishing and increasing the flow of life in man, but he has to learn to absorb them. If you open yourselves wholeheartedly to the action of the sun’s rays you will feel that they begin to work for your regeneration and resurrection.
Why not get into the habit of doing this exer­cise, for example? You are sitting there, waiting for the first ray of sunlight to appear, wide awake and attentive. As soon as the first rays appear, you begin to drink them, to draw them into yourself. You imagine that you are drinking the sun! Instead of just looking at it and breathing it in, you eat and drink it, thinking all the time of the light that is spreading through all the cells of your organs to strengthen, vivify and purify them.

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