How do you handle situations in your life? How do you go about engaging with other’s when challenges arise in your communication. Whether in the work place, at home or with your children this subject can bring about all kinds of disheartening feelings. However, in those lower vibratory feelings there is always an opportunity for expansion, growth, forgiveness and unconditional love.
One thing that has assisted me greatly with this would be the wise words of Kevin Trudeau. He shares a few great techniques that I invite you to consider:
- Have a High Teachability Index
- A High Willingness to Learn
- A High Willingness to Except Change
Another Masterful Teaching by Eckart Tolle is to be “okay” with being wrong in any given situation even if you are right! Let go and surrender to being wrong. This actually will bring about more inner peace and stillness than you could imagine. It might take a few tries but after a while it feels good and the outcome in the situation ends up being healthier and more genuine any way.
Another great teaching is to forgive yourself and forgive the other person no matter what. In my humble opinion we are all spiritual beings having a human experience. We came on earth to remember our true selves. We came to learn and show the Great Spirit that we can apply the teachings and move up in our ranking here on earth, ultimately fulfilling our purpose on a deeper level.
This does not make us better than other’s it simply brings more fulfillment to our own lives.
Indeed we are spiritual, electrical, unlimited BEINGS.
Our purpose always finds a way to come to fruition if we get ourselves out of the way and operate from the heart. Apply the knowledge and experience the wisdom. Once we do this we are stronger and wiser. We then graduate to the next level in life.
When we forgive ourselves and others we make room for a major shift in our awareness. There are a couple books I recommend for this by Colin Tipping. He wrote Radical Forgiveness and Radical Self Forgiveness, these are both awesome.
We ask for each of our circumstances whether we realize it or not. Taking full responsibility for our own life situations and what we bring into them is the first step to self realization and a better, more peaceful life.
Next, we have to let go of any judgment or criticism about ourselves or others. Otherwise we continue to cause disharmony to ourselves. We cause more harm to ourselves by remaining in a state of anger or resentment than it does to the other person involved. By yelling or getting upset only causes our cells to become unhealthy and this negatively effects our external world.
WE are all learning how to communicate more effectively. I have heard that Nonviolent Communication is a great book for adult communications. I would LOVE to learn about how to effectively communicate with children. Any books that one can recommend to me please share in the comments below. Although I do not have any children I would like to know how to communicate in a loving manner in case one day I do. I see what an impact it has on their consciousness and feel that it can make or break the way they grow up as successful adults.
We want to remain present and move forward. We want to let go of the dead past and learn from our lessons. We want to end the guilt or shame we feel and live in the moment. Genuinely ask for forgiveness from Great Spirit, make changes and get on with living.
Whatever disharmony or harmony you create in your life is all your creation. Acknowledge when you do create good things in your life and take a good look at those things that don’t seem to appealing in your life. Even if it is other people you are watching in your life, This is simply a reflection of your inner world. Ask yourself quality questions of how you could transform these challenges into a better, more fulfilling experience. Ask a loved one to hold you accountable to stay in your heart when communicating at your best.
I hope you enjoyed today’s post as much as I did. It is an honor to take the lessons from Spirit and apply them as genuine wisdom in our lives.
Please comment below on any insights you might have or leave feedback!
In Health and Peace, Dodhisattva