Unity Prayer a la George Harrison

Nadia from Brazil invites you to take a deep breath and let it out with a sigh.

Anything to shake out? Go for it……
shake out a hand, then the other
shake out a leg, then the other…
shake out whatever you’re sitting on….
Shake out your voice….
Ready to open your space?
Extend your arms, up and out.

Join the grand experiment: To change your experience, change your practice. A small change makes a world of difference!


What can happen when hands join together? In a Warriors Without Weapons project in Brazil 40 people took a month to clean out the toxic dump in an old building and turn it into a community center.  There were a few rules. They could only work 15 minutes a day,  had to do it with the group, singing had to be involved and I don’t think they could spend any money.  Amazing things happened.  But what was the biggest thing? Allowing some thing other than willpower and work to lead them. But what?

Hand to hand,
heart to heart
mystery, joy, life art!

When hands come together we literally tap power greater than ourselves. Whose hands join with you to create a vision, idea, work, dream, connection, relationship?  Imagine a dance with them, even from afar, to gather strength and support for your common endeavor. Email or text them to let them know that you are about to dance with them in mind on behalf of your co-creation.

Notice. You may enjoy writing and sharing anything you noticed (3 sentences) with your collaborator(s).

The Unity Prayer

I put my hand in yours
and together we can do
what we could never do alone.

No longer is there a sense of

No longer must we each
depend upon our own unsteady will

We are all together now
reaching out with our hands
for a power and strength, greater than ours.

And, as we join hands
we find love and understanding
beyond our wildest dreams.

Take a deep breath. Let it out with a sigh.

Creative spirit, grant me the clarity to ponder, 
“How can I make this smaller and simpler?”
The wisdom to know when to stop pondering
And the audacity to leap into pure experience.
~Isabelle A. Sayed, Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach

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