Whatever you think, feel, say and do is being offered to the world in the form of vibration.
Every interaction, every act, every desire, is a contribution to healing, balance, expansion and joy of all.
The whole universe, everyone, everything.
If so (and I believe it is!), take a moment and re-evaluate what you have been offering to the world and what you can offer even more consciously going forward.
A smile in the middle of traffic, an act of random kindness, transform a negative thought before expressing it, do an everyday task like it was a very important and significant event in your life, look in the eyes of the person with who you are interacting, be thankful for simply being alive in this moment.
Can you imagine how many wonderful things we can create together, if everyone remembered to do their part at every moment?
These may be the most common moments, the ones you did not know could be so special, they just happen and are revealed to you.
They can also be when you are conscious of how you choose to connect with the whole, with the source, and allow yourself to be the expression of all the good that the universe can offer and receive at that moment.
by Catia Vasconcelos
Insights from James
Catia’s blog post reminded me of the difference of being “nice to people” and the kindness and compassion that is a result of being connected to your true identity.
I learned very early in my life, that if I was nice to people, I was more likely to get what I wanted. But this behaviour was based on lack, on a desire to manipulate people and use them to get something. It was not based on a connection to inner fullness and then letting love just flow.
In the video below, I explore how wanting to get things from others is actually an “attack!”
I also love Catia’s reminder that moments of “offering” may just happen spontaneously.
ACIM would say “miracles are involuntary.”
Anthony de Mello would say: “You know, a good is never so good as when you have no awareness that you’re doing good. You are never so good as when you have no consciousness that you’re good.”
A great Sufi would say: “A saint is one until he or she knows it.”