Be an Example of Inner Peace
Being an example of inner peace is an effective way of expressing your desire to offer inspiration to others.
The EC Scranton Memorial Library has a summer book sale every year and about a month ago I helped a friend of mine bring several boxes of books to the sorting facility. I found Your Ultimate Calling among the books she was donating. I grabbed it because I can never have enough inspiration for Wisdom and Life.
If you’re not at peace with yourself,
If you’re not happy in your own skin.
If you’re not content,
How can you expect to give someone else that feeling? You’ve heard that everything is energy, correct? People sensitive to energy fields can very well feel negative or positive emanating from someone. If you’re emitting low power and doing your best to help someone, your aid will fall flat, because even those who can’t feel the power coming from you will not accept what you have to say or give. You can’t expect to help someone else if you can’t help yourself. I understand that we’ve all heard it said that if you’re feeling low, then go out and help another. It’s a sure way of lifting your own energy. That’s correct to some degree. If we’re not in the proper place however to offer our best, then what we say will fall on deaf ears.
If we are usually in a positive place and we’ve simply hit a roadblock, an obstruction, a disturbance in our force, (Yes, I’m a Science Fiction fan.) then by helping someone else through a challenge me MAY be able to lift ourselves up, move around that roadblock, clear that obstruction. We need to be at peace with ourselves and we can’t bring our emotional baggage with us when we’re reaching out to someone. They will surely feel it at some level. Be sure you are free of low power and are indeed ready to offer your best when you reach out.
Be sure you are living an example of inner peace.
Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!
Blessings to you.
Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;
We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying. For there truly is no end.