Metta: The Path back to Love

Cultivate a Metta mind


 Want more love in your life?

Do you want to be effective in communicating with others?

Are you longing for emotional fulfilment?

Practice the ancient rites of this Buddhist method said to increase your Aura with a pure light that attracts abundant love.

Plant the seeds of the Paramitas in your mind, apply them in your daily routine and learn to cultivate a Metta mind. W here the mind goes, the heart follows.

Let your Metta Mind Blossom...seed "loving-kindness" into your every breath.







The Paramitas are a guideline for a happier daily existence. They are incredibly healing and blissful modality for living a life in love. The 10 Paramitas are: 1. Generosity 2. Morality 3. Renunciation 4. Wisdom 5. Energy 6. Patience 7. Truthfulness 8. Determination 9. Loving-kindness 10. Equanimity This beautiful excerpt is taken from a translation of the Buddhist doctrine know as the

10 perfections of the heart or "Paramita".     "This is what should be done by one who is skilled in goodness, And who knows the path of peace."
  • Let them be able and upright, Straightforward and gentle in speech

  •  Humble and not conceited

  • Contented and easily satisfied Unburdened with duties and frugal in their ways.

  • Peaceful and calm and wise and skillful, Not proud or demanding in nature.

  • Let them not do the slightest thing That the wise would later reprove.

  • Wishing: In gladness and in safety.

  • May all beings be at ease.

Whatever living beings there may be; whether they are weak or strong, omitting none, the great or the mighty, medium, short or small, the seen and the unseen, those living near and far away, Those born and to-be-born — May all beings be at ease!

  • Let none deceive another, Or despise any being in any state.

  • Let none through anger or ill-will Wish harm upon another. Even as a mother protects with her life Her child, her only child, so with a boundless heart, should one cherish all living beings. 

  • Radiating kindness over the entire world.

Spreading upwards to the skies, And downwards to the depths; Outwards and unbounded, Freed from hatred and ill-will. Whether standing or walking, seated or lying down Free from drowsiness, one should sustain this recollection. This is said to be the sublime abiding. By not holding to fixed views.  The pure-hearted one, having clarity of vision, being freed from all sense desires, Is not born again into this world. Excerpt translated from: "Karaniya Metta Sutta: The Buddha's Words on Loving-Kindness" (Sn 1.8), translated from the Pali by The Amaravati Sangha. Access to Insight (BCBS Edition), 2 November

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