"Love" May Be More About Learning To Love Them
My introduction to the gift of Dr. Joe Dispenza who can really get you thinking and loving!
Date: 5/6/2015 12:12:33 PM ( 6 y ) ... viewed 684 times
At first glance I immediately thought I had seen this list before and was therefore pretty familiar with it. It begins with:
"Take time to smell Roses."
Then scanning the list I saw somethings that appeared new to me. The first item that caught my attention was:
"Never give up on anyone."
I don't believe I have ever seen that before!
I immediately thought of how I have made a choice not to reject someone I know who appears to be anti-social and suppressive.
Then I quickly thought of a friend who apparently did give up on another individual.
Another item I don't think I've seen before:
"Eat inspiring food."
I really like the idea! I think I can work with it.
The last one of these I'll post for now is:
"Think of the most difficult people you know…. And learn to love them."
I know it is in my best interest to learn how to love "the most difficult people" and therefore I will search into this now.
March 30, 2019 - Wow, it's been a while since I was here! Glad I'm back and can continue this "Learning To Love" theme!
"You have loved someone: from the very first moments you experienced wonder, poetry and music. The mere thought that the other person existed and that you might see them in the street or elsewhere was enough for you. You were once able to acquire an object they had touched or that had belonged to them, and even if it was something insignificant, for you it was the most precious treasure in the world because it was infused with their emanations: it was like a talisman. Then, you started to see each other and things took their 'usual' course, as they say. At the time, you no doubt tasted other pleasures and joys, but you lost that magical something you had experienced in your first encounters. And it all often ended in disappointment, misunderstanding and separation. You must understand that maintaining love does not reside in physically possessing someone; it resides in something subtle that, through the other person, links us to the universe and to the beauty of earth and heaven."
Inspired to post the above quote with reference to a new introduction that I made earlier this past day. The man mentioned a former relationship that dissolved for reasons he said he did not know. Psychologically investigative as I am and if invited to I'd share some well-formed dyads in regards to any "disappointment, misunderstanding." That of course would be interpersonal. My first response to the man was more impersonal in my mentioning Human Design. It's been my tendency to not personalize anything (as per "The Four Agreements") however I also accept that others can be in a place of taking things personally and I am willing to work with that!
Something "personal" with me - got a letter this past day (in reply to one I sent) from my elderly mother that included an "I love you" that I really appreciated in the now and also in reference to all the growing up years when "I love you" was not necessarily in "our vocabulary." I also appreciate this outer-world reflection literally responding to me (even though my letter was sent about five months ago ; ~ ) and my exercises of extending love in her direction (probably on a daily basis) in thought, prayer and with Reiki.
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