The secret of healing is the same as the secret of all success: What you think is what you get. As Henry Ford noted, “Think you can, or think you can’t, and either way you’ll be correct.” Healing doesn’t ask whether you have been in pain for 30 minutes or 30 years. It is always available in the now moment. Consider two rocks that have sat underwater in a streambed; one has been submerged for 10,000 years and other for 10 days. If you place both rocks in the sun, they will take the same amount of time to dry off. Likewise, if you turn on a light in a dark room, it matters not whether the room has been dark for five minutes or five years; the room is just as light the moment you flip the switch.
“Only love can break a heart. Only love can mend it again.” Gene Pitney, 1962
When I went into trance to bring this Johar & Simon message, the line from the song quoted above came into my head loud and clear. This month’s message is about love and healing from the pain that only love can produce.
Relationships are a fertile breeding ground for personal growth.This premise is becoming widely acknowledged. What isn’t well known or recognized is our Spirit Guide can help us work on and heal relationships. They’re eager to help us move forward spiritually that’s fitting for our level of consciousness.
Publisher’s Description: In the Buddhist tradition, love is not just a feeling but a way of being present with ourselves and others. This book offers practical advice on how to cultivate love, how to deepen it, and how to let it flower in our lives.
We may feel great love for our partners, our children, and our friends, but how do we put that love into action so that others are nurtured by it? And what about loving ourselves? How can we develop greater self-acceptance and self-compassion?
Meditation teacher Moh Hardin offers key insights and practices from the Buddhist tradition for deepening our relationships and finding true fulfillment in our lives.
• Simple Buddhist practices for awakening the heart
• How and why to become your own best friend
• Finding freedom from destructive patterns in relationships
• Listening and speaking with love
• Loving and letting go
Love, compassion, and
tolerance are necessities,
not luxuries. Without
Love, compassion, and
When a thought hurts, it's the signal that it isn't true. The following excerpt is taken from the book Question Your Thinking, by Byron Katie. Published by Hay House: www.hayhouse.com
Nothing outside you can ever give you what you're looking for. Once we begin to question our thoughts, our partners--alive, dead, or divorced--are always our greatest teachers. There's no mistake about the person you're with; he or she is the perfect teacher for you, whether or not the relationship works out, and once you enter inquiry, you come to see that clearly.