I went into theta and into the pure light when my guides gave me a mantra. They were singing "Row, Row, Row your boat, gently down the stream." I smiled and let my subconscious enjoy this gift.
Soon, I found a Buddhist commentary talking about the beauty of this mantra. The boat is your karma -- row my boat, not someone else's boat. Gently -- go toward enlightenment gently. Sometimes it is behind you, not in front of you, so don't rush.
After having a habit of feeling responsible for other people's karma, I started saying this mantra and it has shifted my life. Life is a divine dance. My karma, my enlightenment, is enough. Ironically, I have been working with others from this place and have found my life work.
This is what this blog is about.