Sunday, October 15, 2023

Getting Caught Up!




I choose to be helpful with my thoughts, words and behavior..

I allow my inner guidance to show me how to be truly helpful.

I seek to see things with an open mind and caring heart.

I join in positive prayer to find a better way for healing and Good.

Emotions Are Contagious!

Are you an “empath”?

Do you get caught up in others’ feelings?

Do you find yourself feeling what others are feeling?

If you take on others' fear and pain, calm yourself with peace.

What or with whom we associate, we strengthen in ourselves.

What we perceive in others, we will strengthen in ourselves.

We are beings who feel, connect and even long to belong.

When we join with others, we often unconsciously join with them.

If this does harm to you, it may be time to undo this habit.

If this is confusing to you, it may be you need to forgive yourself.

If you take on others’ energies, you may need to distance yourself.

We care for others to be helpful without needing to carry their pain.

Healers, therapists, and family members may feel deeply connected with others.

Often friends and whole communities take on the energies of others.

As a human family we often want to sympathize and empathize with those we know.

It is our way of caring and sharing pain and sorrow,  grief and even anger.

What we feel for others may be too strong to handle.

What we feel with others may seem like ours individually.

What we feel in our caring and sharing may be over powering.

What we feel in our caring may be overwhelming and make us sick.

To be truly helpful consider how you want to feel.

To affect positive change, consider what you can do.

To share in the feelings see what you can learn.

To make a difference listen for how you can help.

Caring feelings allows us to have greater understanding.

Being a helper/healer invites us to learn and be more helpful.

When we can feel what is being shared, we can access more resources.

When we more accurately empathize or sympathize, we are more present.

Overwhelming feelings can make it difficult to help effectively.

Being distracted and distressed may limit access to rational choices.

Falling into despair or depression may interfere with spiritual wisdom.

Joining with another’s hopelessness may actually may increase and make it worse.

Consider being the helper by using your own spiritual resources.

Be the one who uplifts, seeks the light and allows hope and faith.

Step away in consciousness to find a better way and see things differently.

Change the channel and be the guide to let go and find a higher outcome.

In our helpfulness we can lead the way to higher ground and shared love and faith.

Remember that peace and love are healing.

Know that listening and offering support is truly helpful.

Allow yourself to prayer, send blessings and positive energy.

We all are in this together.

We can make a difference.

Show up and pay attention.

Contribute Goodness only.

Loving us all,

Betty Lue