Daily Dose for the Soul

Be the peace you’re seeking from others

If peace is missing in your relationships with your family, it means that you have a place within you that’s occupied by non-peace. It may be filled with anxiety, fear, anger, depression, guilt, or any low energy emotions. Rather than attempting to rid yourself of these feelings all at once, treat them the same as you do your relatives. Say a friendly Hello to the non-peace, and let it be. You’re sending a peaceful feeling to the non-peace feeling. The lower energies you’re experiencing will be strengthened by your peaceful Hi or Hello, and eventually vanish as the divine grows within you. The way to this peace is through any form of quiet and meditation that works for you. Even if it’s only a two minute respite during which time you’re silent, concentrate on the name of the divine, or repeat that sound of “Aaahh” as an inner mantra.

Match up with the seven faces of intention

If you’ve forgotten what the universal mind of intention looks like, you’ve forgotten what the universal mind of intention looks like, it’s creative, kind, living, beautiful, always expanding, endlessly abundant, and receptive to all of life. Very quietly and with unbending intent bring the face of the universal Source of all to the presence of everyone whom you feel brings you down or interferes with your peace. This kind of spiritual energy will be transformative, not only for your, but also for your relatives. Your intention to be in peaceful relationships is now taking form – first in your mind, then in your heart, and ultimately, it will materialise.

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

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Dave Williams says:

    I like this advice to approach non-peace feelings with kindness. To me, that’s a better way than “I’m going to conquer those feelings.” A kind approach, by contrast, invites understanding of why the non-peace feelings are there. Better to understand them and work with them.

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    1. GS says:

      Emotional awareness helps us know what we need and want (or don’t want!). It helps us build better relationships. That’s because being aware of our emotions can help us talk about feelings more clearly, avoid or resolve conflicts better, and move past difficult feelings more easily.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing.

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Have a great day!! xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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