As you are sending love to everyone who is healing, you are helping yourself.
First, many people don’t discuss what is going on inside of them.
Why would that be?
Because some may not trust others with their deepest emotions and pain.
We are not allowed to walk in anyone else’s shoes, so we often may not know, what’s happening inside of another.
They may not have processed what’s going on yet, as well.
So, due to my sharing this beautiful meme above on FB and other social media platforms, well over 1, 100 people were reached.
As I pay attention through my FB business page, to how many people resonate with a certain topic, I know I need to write an article about it.
Furthermore, during my zoom Women In The Glow Circle Group, I brought this up to hear others thoughts about sending love to those in need.
Consequently, one of the ladies spoke about mental wellness. The need for people to feel better inside of themselves.
Through your kindness and perhaps simply a smile, you can help make someone’s day brighter.
Likewise, another woman spoke about something her mom used to say:
“You are only as sick as your secrets.”
It’s necessary to find someone you trust to share what’s going on, in order to help you heal.
This may occur more quickly, when you’re able to share with someone you trust.
In contrast, another shared there is also a need to respect a person’s boundaries.
It’s important to let someone know you are there when they are ready to speak about what is going on with them.
What this woman does is “hold the space or the field for them”, to move forward and heal.
Another part of us that may need healing, is our physical body.
A way to help, is to send prayers to them. This is sending love.
Showing appreciation for them, is another way of sending love to those who are healing.
The word empathy was brought up in our circle as well.
What does empathy mean?
One definition I liked:
“The ability to sense other people’s emotions, coupled with the ability to imagine what someone else might be thinking or feeling.”
As you are able to slow down and find empathy for another, it’s easier to send love to them.
What else can you do to help another person who may be struggling?
Since so many people were drawn to this message, my guess is many are quietly living within something they aren’t talking about.
With this knowledge, maybe remembering to be more kind with everyone you meet, is a good place to begin.
Especially the people who may be a bit “prickly” in their behavior. Generally, they are the ones who need you to be softer, more gentle with them.
As I said in my opening sentence, as you send love to others, you are helping yourself.
How does this happen?
When you take the few moments to find empathy for another, it feels good inside of you, doesn’t it? Sending prayers and love to another, helps me to feel connected to them.
I feel as if I’m doing something to help in some small way.
What about you?
Send me a message with your thoughts on this important subject.
I’d like to hear from you!
With much love and kindness,
PS. More on empathy:
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