Current T365 Practice

Being an Instrument of Peace and Happiness

A classical violinist and Raja Yoga meditation practitioner, Ayako Ichimaru experienced a spiritual awakening that has added a new dimension to her music. Already an internationally-celebrated performer, Ayako began using her realization to spread the message of “peace and happiness within” to audiences around the world. Ayako describes her personal transformation as having gone from playing her instrument to becoming an instrument of Divine Energy. In this extraordinary practice, Ayoko invites us to experience along with her the same vibration that inspired each of the two pieces she masterfully plays. Allow yourself to be moved by the beauty of both the sound and the silence.

Originally from Japan, Ms. Ayako Ichimaru now resides in Hong Kong. She is a world-renowned classical violinist, having performed at the White House in Washington, DC, the United Nations headquarters in New York City, and the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Ayako also composes music and is active in the Hong Kong pop music scene. A practitioner of Raja Yoga meditation, she now spreads the message of “peace and happiness within” as she performs her music worldwide.


Peace Breathing is both easy to learn and easy to understand. It combines the vital energy of breath with the powerful energy of thought
to calm your mind, reduce stress and open your heart and mind. It is a practice of quiet contemplation, letting you experience stillness and
wholeness as you connect with your deeper self. Peace Breathing is also a method of moving meditation, bringing balance, clarity and mindfulness into the moment. This simple tool uplifts the energy of the person practicing it while at the same time, contributes harmonious energy to
humanity, nature and all living things.

Master Charles Kim and Jennifer Kim are a husband and wife team heading
The Peace School, an independent Chicago non-profit founded in 1972.


In this practice you will have the opportunity to awaken to your essence, transcend the personality and the different unconscious roles and stories of your life. Keeping a steady daily practice you can make your life an extension of who you really are.

Omprakash -


12-Day Intention Intensive for the New Year, with Barbara Biziou

Instructions: Listen to and practice the three to five-minute daily meditation assigned to each of the first twelve days of January for twelve consecutive days between January 1-12, then revisit each practice throughout the year on the first day of each numerically corresponding month.

For example: practice Day 2 on February 1st, Day 3 on March 1st, Day 4 on April 1st, and so on.  

Intention Intensive - Day 1.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 2.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 3.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 4.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 5.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 6.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 7.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 8.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 9.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 10.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 11.mp3

Intention Intensive - Day 12.mp3

Ritualist and teacher Barbara Biziou was taught by her first spiritual teacher, Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov, that the first twelve days of the new year set intention for the entire year. 

In these twelve daily audio meditations, let Barbara guide you through an Intention Intensive to help you focus, ground, center, and open to new possibilities. 

Today is a fresh start. The past is over and now is the most important and powerful time to set your intentions for the coming year.   

To learn more about Barbara’s work, visit

Contemplative practice is the technology of inner change.

~ Br. Wayne Teasdale

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