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22 Ekim 2007 Pazartesi

Don`t Worry Be Happy

Some of you probably have heard of the energy healing technique Reiki. Reiki as a technique does put too much importance in theory; application and use of the methods are more important in the system. Yet, it has five main principles that a Reiki practitioner or teacher needs to follow and remind himself or herself everyday. I believe that these five principles are a great remedy in a package for everyone.

The Five Reiki Principles:

1- Just for today, don’t get angry.
2- Just for today, don’t worry.
3- Just for today, be grateful.
4- Work hard and earn an honest living
5- Be kind to your family, elders and others.

In all energy and complementary therapies, worry and anger are taken to be some of the most destructive emotions for our health and well-being. I believe that this is one of the main reasons forgiving, forgiveness is so important in all traditions and religions.
The anger that we hold on to hurt us more than the person we are angry at. According to the work done by Louise L. Hay many illnesses are a result of feelings of anger, such as Alzheimer’s Disease, anorectal bleeding and bleeding in general, abscess, bad breath, boils, burns, carpal-tunnel syndrome, cellulite, cold sores, fever blisters, conjunctivitis, earaches, excess weight problems, infections, fever, injuries, jaw problems, lockjaw, sores, wounds and many more. If you are not familiar with the work of Louise Hay, I recommend her books such as “Heal Your Body”, “You Can Heal Your Life” and “The Power is Within You”. She is a famous author and lecturer with many other books and audio recordings on the mental reasons of illnesses and the use of affirmations to clear the negative beliefs and thoughts to heal the external symptom which appears as the illness. She calls an illness a dis-ease or lack of ease in the mind.


There is a famous song called “Don't Worry, Be Happy" by musician Bobby McFerrin. It is the first a cappella song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1988. At the 1989 Grammy Awards, "Don't Worry Be Happy" won the 'Best Song of the Year' award. The song's title is taken from a famous quote by Meher Baba, whom some consider a famous avatar who have died in 1969. Every "musical" part of this song was noises that McFerrin made, and compiled together. There are no instruments in this song. And it is one of my all time favourites. The remedy of this week comes from Bobby McFerrin.

Remedy of the Week:
Find a copy of and to listen to the Bobby McFerrin song “Don’t Worry Be Happy” every morning and whenever you feel down. (If you cannot find anywhere else, check the youtube.com. I remember seeing a couple good videos of this song.)

And for you to accompany him here are the lyrics:

Here's a little song I wrote,
you might want to sing it note for note,
don't worry,
be happy
in every life we have some trouble,
when you worry you make it double
don't worry, be happy
don’t worry be happy now
don’t worry be happy
don’t worry be happy
don’t worry be happy
don’t worry be happy
ain’t got no place to lay your head,
somebody came and took your bed,
don't worry, be happy
the landlord say your rent is late,
he may have to litigate,
don’t worry (small laugh)
be happy,
look at me I’m happy,
don't worry, be happy
I give you my phone number,
when your worried, call me,
I make you happy
don't worry, be happy
ain’t got no cash,
ain’t got no style,
ain’t got no gal to make you smile
but don't worry, be happy
cause when you worry, your face will frown,
and that will bring everybody down,
so don't worry, be happy
don't worry, be happy now...

don't worry, be happy
don't worry, be happy
don't worry, be happy
don't worry, be happy
now there this song I wrote
I hope you learned it note for note
like good little children
don’t worry be happy
listen to what I say in your life
expect some trouble
when you worry you make it double
don’t worry be happy
be happy now
don’t worry, be happy
don’t worry, be happy
don’t worry, be happy
don’t worry, be happy
don’t worry
don’t worry be happy
don't worry, don't worry,
don't do it,be happy,
put a smile on your face,
don't bring everybody down like this
don't worry, it will soon pass whatever it is,
don't worry, be happy,
I'm not worried.

Have I said enough? What you think, what you say, how you feel create your reality more than the other way around. I was watching a re-run of an Oprah Winfrey show with some of the teachers from the movie “The Secret”. Rhonda Byrne, Lisa Nichols, James Arthur Ray, Michael Bernard Beckwith and Jack Canfield were on the show. Even though I have watched the movie and read both the Turkish and English versions of “The Secret” many times, as well as most of the books by the teachers of “The Secret”, I realized once again that it is not what we know, but how much we put of what we know into use that makes the difference.
For that reason, please allow me to remind you once again to keep your thoughts in the positive no matter what the circumstances are. Try to voice the positives in your life more than the negatives. Through our voice and breath we add energy to the words that come out of our mouth and we create a reality. Let’s wish and expect the best. Let’s choose our words carefully and try to be empowering for ourselves and others. Create the world you would like to live in with your words, thoughts and feelings, as well as your actions. And be aware that as Meister Eckhart said “When the soul wishes to experience something she throws an image of the experience out before her and enters into her own image.”

I wish you days filled with love, joy and happiness.

Affirmation of the Week:
“I move with ease through time and space. Only love surrounds me.”
By Louise L. Hay

Quote of the Week:
“Expect your every need to be met, expect the answer to every problem, expect abundance on every level, expect to grow spiritually.”
Eileen Caddy

The Book of the Week:
“Love” By Leo Buscaglia.
The Turkish translation of this book may be found under the name “Sevgi”.