Relax, Breathe, And Connect To Your True Power

in Natural Medicine4 months ago

I teach 'law of attraction' to people.

And it feels good to help them manifest healing for themselves, grow their businesses, or achieve their dreams.

But I don't want them to 'need' me.

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The same way we don't 'need' a song or 'need' a picture, we don't 'need' any particular outside help.

But we may be 'called' to some outside help, it may feel fun to explore external aid, it may feel like part of our life's adventure. And in that case, I'm thrilled for anyone who feels inspired to interact with me.

When I do interact with others though, I do my best to emphasize that they have the power, capability, and 'soul knowledge' inside them to navigate life well, without 'needing' anyone or anything.

Thought it'd be some nice food for thought this weekend. Thankful to anyone who read, and I'd love to hear anyone's thoughts or feelings on the subject. Either way, wishing you all a wonderful day.



'soul knowledge' is key to not knowing what one needs to know. Thanks for the reminder to flow in the path of what the soul knows and the mind is unaware of.
What advice would you give to someone who is watching their life fall apart?

It really is, I'm glad you emphasized that point.

If we read biographies, we may notice that every great man/woman we look up to went through a phase where their 'life was falling apart.' I was homeless for years, unable to get out of the hole, evicted, abandoned, betrayed, dismissed, jailed, depressed, suicidal and more. I was only able to get out of it when I started accepting it, embracing it, and seeing it as a blessing. It took me years of suffering and trauma before I started seeing it all as a blessing, until I made peace with the fact that death comes to us all, and it is a beautiful part of life, not something to fear or fight against.

My advice to someone going through hard times is to challenge themselves to be creative and really, truly see the positives.

Homeless for years is terrible, right? No, it's a blessing, I was free of bosses, obligation, and society's rules.

Betrayed is terrible, right? No, it's a blessing because it taught me that I played a part in my own betrayal. I failed to see the signs. I was unaware of the situation. Now I'm good at reading people and knowing their true loyalties and intentions. Many people never learn this skill, but being betrayed helped me.

Suicidal is terrible, right? No, it's a blessing it made me truly value life, realize I have a purpose, and helps me empathize with others who may be feeling similar.

The trick is to list many positive aspects of things that 'seem' to be terrible, because the truth is that in every problem there's solution, in every negative there's a positive, in every tragedy there's joy to be found, and the creative human who puts their focus on the bright side unlocks tremendous power.

But, not everyone is mentally or emotionally 'ready' for such a challenge to their creativity, as I said, it took me years before I really started being grateful for the 'pain' life was serving up to me, so if someone isn't ready for this approach or technique, I totally understand and they'll have to find their own path/solution. Hope that helps! 🙏

These are some powerful words of which i shall pass along to those who need. Though times around for many and it is nice to see the hope in what you say. Thanks for taking the time to make effort in showing what you knew done seen and know.

I'm glad you found some value in them, and there's definitely hope. Thanks for your kind comments and appreciating my efforts and contributions. Wishing you a great day! 🙏

Thanks. I hope you have a wonderful day night as well.

Bang, I did it again... I just rehived your post!
Week 89 of my contest just can now check the winners of the previous week!

Woooo! :) 🙏

Well, for me I feel like no one can really push you expect yourself. But then they'll be moments in our lives when we'll need a shoulder to lean on or a hand to help us up the ladder. The problem would be getting addicted. Most times because they're people there we rely on them so much that we end up trusting less in our own strengths. Anytime you need to do something you're asking another for advice or for guidance. As long as it helps, it still keeps us needing others a lot more than we should.

Really is a topic for thought

Thanks for sharing ❤️✅

I agree with what you've said, including the 'careful not to get addicted' part. For me the main takeaway is that 'asking another for help' because it feels good and feels like a good path towards our dreams is one thing, but 'needing' another's help is a very different approach, attitude, and vibration.

Thanks for sharing your insights and giving us all even more 'food for thought.' :D 🙏