We cannot separate the problems of this world—including the pain endured in agreeing to honor, respect, and support those we love—from the awakening of a patience and kindness that can be born in us no other way.
Guy Finley reveals and explains the four words that will always aid you and those around you in any stressful family situation.
The only way we begin to act as a true force of healing in the lives of others is when, at last, we cease to hurt ourselves.
Here’s a simple but ultimately very self-liberating action to take if you wish to reduce the amount of stress and anxiety that you feel in the company of others, friends, or family:
Choose to be more interested in quietly discovering the truth of yourself than you are in trying to prove yourself as being somehow special or otherwise infallible.
Within each of us dwells a certain lower level of “self” whose chief feature is to ensure that no one ever doubts its perfection. Whenever we identify with this unconscious nature, we embody its fear—a condition that only proves, by the way, its imperfection.
Besides, who wants to protect what is inherently blind to itself even as it insists upon its 20/20 vision?