What kind of world would it be if we all watched out for each other’s well-being!
I started thinking about this because of the increase of people looking to demean others. Why is it that anyone needs to put anybody else down? I came up with two reasons. First, people that are angry are just looking for a place to express that anger. The second reason, and I think the main one, is that abusive people often don’t feel good about themselves. They feel inferior and are negative toward others trying to convince themselves that they are better than the person they are putting down.
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that just because someone is ‘successful’ doesn’t mean that they are happy. When one does not feel their own strength they will belittle others to pretend they are better. Real strength is when you feel equal with everyone and you encourage others, and are okay with their success.
We’ve all gossiped and have said negative things about people because we want to feel better about ourselves. No one is exempt from having done that. If we can own up to having done so, it will be easier to deal with making the changes that need to happen.
Now that this negative attitude is out of the shadows it’s time to create a new strategy to help resolve this issue. If enough people understand the underlying cause of negativity, steps will naturally be taken to make changes.
This is a movement that everyone can be involved with, even the younger generation. Here are some ideas that can be used if you see something abusive going on:
Here is a thought to meditate on:
Now that we are watching out for each other’s wellbeing, isn’t this world an incredible place to live!
Why did I become a healer? It most perfectly expressed my longing to serve in the world. I had always been interested in metaphysics, holistic health and had an innate knowing that I understood on some level that I could ‘move energy’. But I didn’t know how I was to ‘remember’ what I was sure was in me.
You are born with a blueprint, a purpose or a mission.
You also take on emotional issues to confront your ego, which sometimes provide roadblocks and obstacles to understanding what is.
You are free to ignore all that.
However, at some point most likely, you will start asking the big question-
Why am I here? What’s the point? Who am I?
After a pretty traumatic surgery when in my 30’s, I began to look for answers to why things happened to my body. I wanted to know the cause of my disease- and the pat non-answers I was getting from the medical profession were not satisfying. I began a quest for information, and for people who were helping others by finding causes and understanding the bigger picture of what I knew the human being to be.
I knew symptoms were not just isolated pockets of the body. I had already had the experience of my very well-being, and emotions affected the physical changes of the surgery, and no amount of medications helped me feel like my happy old self.