Ms. Elvie is a Pranic Healer, Arhatic Yogi, Entrepreneur and a Program Coordinator at Asian Development Bank. She was invited by a co-worker, Karen Horton, to attend Pranic Healing. Her talk is based on these Bible verses John 13:14 (Love one another as I have loved you) & Luke 10:27 (Love the Lord your God with all your strength and with all your mind and love your neighbor as you love yourself) and on Grand Master Choa Kok Sui’s teaching about Loving-kindness and non-injury.
the poor, hungry, impoverished, sick, orphans, street children
Ms. Elvie and her husband are both Pranic Healers. They have an adopted son, Patrick, whom they love unconditionally. Thru Pranic Healing, their spiritual maturity grew deeper and their loving-kindness continues to overflow. They were called to share this love to an orphanage called Tahanan ng Pagmamahal. Every month, they do their best to celebrate the birthdays of the children in the orphanage. They also go there during special occasions. Ms. Elvie thought that by doing this outreach program, they are the ones giving happiness to the children. Instead, they were the ones being nourished and they learn a lot from the kids.
Ms. Elvie has a friend named Minerva, a social worker. For Ms. Elvie, Minerva is a living testimony of unconditional love. Minerva’s husband, Jess, met an almost fatal accident at the age of 23. Half of his body was affected. He couldn’t walk and had been on a wheelchair ever since. He became the chairman of Tahanang Walang Hagdan, an organization that provides services to persons with disabilities. That’s where he & Minerva met. Despite Jess’ condition, Minerva fell in love with him. Jess is a very intelligent man, kindhearted and had a good sense of humor. Unfortunately, he passed away last year. Minerva continues to serve at the Tahanan ng Walang Hagdanan.
the sinners, different, unloved
Ms. Elvie works in an international organization that has 56 different nationalities and cultures. She works for an ‘old school’ Japanese boss. Because of his culture, he has difficulty accepting suggestions. Pranic Healing has taught Ms. Elvie how to handle misunderstandings and how to respect the divinity in others.
She shared that many times it seems easier to love the least than the lost. The least already know their condition so they are open to accept love. The lost are unaware that they are hurting others. Many times the lost are right in our own home.
WHO ARE THE LEAST AND THE LOST?
The least and the lost are those to whom we should give our mercy, understanding, patience, tolerance, respect and unconditional love.
WHY DO WE NEED TO LOVE THEM UNCONDITIONALLY?
It is in giving our unconditional love to others that we can truly be called the child of God.
Loving the least and the lost is a decision of action.
HOW TO LOVE UNCONDITONALLY
We can only this with God’s grace. Through prayers and meditations taught in Pranic Healing, we can love the least and the lost.
We were and we are the least and the lost Jesus loved first and died for. Let us truly love others as Jesus did.
And what can be the best way in loving one another and our neighbor but by regularly doing the “Meditation on Twin Hearts” by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui. Thru the Meditation on Twin Hearts, we bless everyone without exception. We also show our love by practicing the virtues taught by GMCKS.
Thank you Ms. Elvie for sharing your story.
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