Daily Dose for the Soul

Love is the force behind the will of God. We are not suggesting the kind of love that we define as affection or sentiment. Nor is this kind of love a feeling that seeks to please and press favours on others. Imagine the kind of love that is power of intuition, the very energy that is the cause behind all of creation. It’s the spiritual vibration that carries divine intentions from formless to concrete expression. It creates new form, changes matter, vivifies all things, and holds the cosmos together beyond time and space. It’s in every one of us. It is what God is.

Pour love into your immediate environment and hold to this practice on an hourly basis is possible. Remove all unloving thoughts from your mind, and practice kindness in all of your thoughts, words, and actions. Cultivate this love in your immediate circle of acquaintances and family, and ultimately it will expand to your community and globally as well. Extend this love deliberately to those you feel have harmed you in any way or caused you to experience suffering. The more you cane extend this love, the closer you come to being love, and it’s in the boringness of love that intention is reached and manifestation flourishes.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

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  1. Wonderful dose for a great day shared

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    1. GS says:

      But why is love so important? Scientific studies have shown that being in love causes our body to release feel-good hormones and neuro-chemicals that trigger specific, positive reactions. Levels of dopamine, adrenaline and norepinephrine increase when people are in love.

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    1. GS says:

      In our pursuit of the need to be loved, however, most of us fail to recognize that we have a parallel need: the need to love and care for others. This desire, it turns out, is just as strong as the need to be loved and nurtured. It is the desire to love and take care of others that underlies the phenomenon of “cute aggression.” Cute aggression refers to the tendency to pinch, hug, or otherwise express love for others—particularly cute babies, kittens or puppies—in ways that mildly hurt or cause discomfort to the object of our affection.

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  2. moragnoffke says:


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    1. GS says:

      All of us have an intense desire to be loved and nurtured. The need to be loved, as experiments by Bowlby and others have shown, could be considered one of our most basic and fundamental needs. One of the forms that this need takes is contact comfort—the desire to be held and touched. Findings show that babies who are deprived contact comfort, particularly during the first six months after they are born, grow up to be psychologically damaged.

      Given the importance of the need to be loved, it isn’t surprising that most of us believe that a significant determinant of our happiness is whether we feel loved and cared for. In the surveys that I have conducted, people rate “having healthy relationships” as one of their top goals—on par with the goal of “leading a happy and fulfilling life.”

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