Through careful prayer and meditation, I have discovered that I need to focus more on living a life of love, while being nonjudgmental.
I have learned that every thought sight, sound, and movement that I make should be rooted in love, peace and harmony. SO that means 100% of what people think about should be based in love, peace and harmony. Thus, we should see and feel no struggle, no disappointment, no failure, and feel no poverty within ourselves and others, and more. When we do this, we see, feel and act out pure love. We see and feel the best in ourselves and others.
This is simply written but could possibly be challenging for many of us. Here are some ways we can create an inner space of love.
Create positive thoughts about ourselves and others. Know that every person is on Earth to learn a separate lesson. We can’t change people or make people do what we feel is the right. The only person we can change is ourselves.
As we stand in awe of judgment of others, it perpetuates the absolute incongruence’s that exists among human beings. We are as one, even though it might not appear to be sometimes. As we exist, we move beyond boundaries that limit us as men and create a space of joy and love. Being in judgment of others creates a self-centered environment that moistens the aura of limitations in belief. Instead of judging others in a negative way, see the best in yourself and others. Even when a situation looks dim, create thoughts of success about someone and ourselves. You can do this by not focusing on the past or the future but what is going on at this moment and all the possibilities of success.
Love and care for the physical body that you are in. Nurture it daily as it is the frame that houses your spirit and your soul.
We should focus on ourselves as limited-less creatures circling the earth in search of a space of love, cultivating the ever being of doubt that exists in our hearts and minds.
By practicing these behaviors, you are moving to and creating an inner space of love. So take time each day to see the best in yourself and others. Also, be kind to others and expect nothing in return.
Dr. Jessica is a Psychologist and Empowerment Coach with the Center for Discovery. She helps women experiencing a personal or career transition discover their highest potential, using proven principles and practices of mind, body, and spiritual development.
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