Every day there is an opportunity, well endless opportunities not just one, but we can, if we choose to, take at least one opportunity to lighten up someone else’s path. We all have our struggles and it’s not our judgement, criticism, questioning, or advice others need it is our listening, understanding, compassion and kindness they need.
A hug, a smile, a kiss, a kind deed, a kind gesture, a laugh, a kind word, a compliment, a song, a dance, something that we can do for someone we love or for a complete stranger.
In fact, doing something for a stranger shows we are all just one human race, the one life, a collection of beautiful human souls that are hidden behind our ego’s, judgements, anger, frustration, fear, hate and the lenses of our minds.
A simple act of kindness for a stranger is what makes us human.
When we allow the mind to sabotage, it builds up negative energy throughout the body, in every cell. It feels like we are carry the weight of the world on our shoulders. That’s true, the negative energy in our cells makes us sluggish.
Thoughts transfer into the physical body in the shape of emotions and chemicals.
So when we sit stuck in our mind, being dragged along by one thought after another, the same repeating ones that we have every single day, we are not aware of the build up in our physical body too of the heavy negative energy.
When we become conscious and the mind stream is silent and we are not energising it, then we feel physically lifted too. That’s why for example, doing a walk or some physical exercise brings us so much more than just fitness. A walk in the park or the woods allows us to become awake and away from the mind connected to nature and its stillness. This allows the mind to silence and to our mental and physical state to become positive energy. Our soul, mind and body are recharged.
When we let go of thoughts, our creative energy from our soul shines through, there is room for positive things and this again frees us from the chemicals in the body from all the negative emotion that thought creates.
We alone have the choice of whether or not to take our thoughts seriously or not, to be weighed down by them, to suffer from them or to let them be and focus our energy on the moment.