Tag: connection

The Importance of Loving Connections

At the Conscious Growth Workshop I recently attended, Steve spent some time discussing the principle of Love, which in his paradigm relates to positive and negative connections between you and other people, places, and things. So in this paradigm, anything and everything in your environment affects you, some positively and some negatively. He talked about ways to reduce the negative energies and pull in more of the positive energies. Immediately I was struck by how important it is to surround ourselves with the people, places, and things that make us feel good, and to try to remove as much of

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You Must Have God In You

When you remember that you are a loving tendril of Source consciousness, and that everyone around you is as well, you begin to see that we are all One. Like fingers on the hand, or limbs on the body of God, we are all connected even when we can’t see the web of connection between us. Sometimes it’s hard to see that connection with our eyes or our minds, but it’s always there in our hearts. Open your heart, connect with others, and you will begin to feel that you are not a single energy walking in this world, but

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How to Stop Being Jealous

When I was a kid I used to get really jealous whenever one of my friends had something really exciting happen to them.  I remember when my best friend – I’ll call her Melissa – got to take horseback riding lessons.  I seethed with jealousy.  Really.  Seethed.  I thought it was so unfair that she got to do something that fun and I didn’t.  I was angry at her.  I was jealous.  This was probably somewhat normal, but it was a really dark feeling.  Whenever something really cool happened to Melissa I remember saying in my mind, “I wish I was Melissa. 

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5 Steps to Greater Empathy and Oneness

Empathy is a powerful tool that you can use to help you connect with other people, which will increase your feelings of oneness.  When you can identify a person’s emotional state it gives you more information about that person, which allows you to make a more informed decision about how you’ll interact with or communicate with them.  The more you understand someone, the better you’ll communicate with them.  Greater empathy could get you a job or the love of your life one day.  Empathy can prevent arguments before they start, and end fights before they get out of hand.  Why

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