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Loving Something

December 21, 2010 | Comments | Uncategorized

I was having a little problem the other day loving a person who had, in my opinion, treated me unfairly. As I stepped back and became aware of my anger and began to work through it, I focused on returning to a State of Love.

What I discovered was that it became easy to love that person when I first loved myself! I read my entry in The Practice of Awakening entitled Loving Myself, and the fear and anger were washed away.

I think that is the key: before we can live in a State of Love, be Consumed by Love, and Love Everyone and Everything, we have to Love Something. It has to start somewhere.

I practiced this sequence throughout the day when I became a little stressed: I loved my dog, then myself, then everyone. I loved the flowers and trees, then the skies and the seas, and then everything in my life.

Now, when I feel the least bit angry or fearful, I simply focus on Loving Something.

And when the Love Drops start to flow, they soon turn into a gentle rain, then comes a Magnificent Outpouring of Adoration.

What is easiest to love for you? Who is easiest to love? Who and what do you love all the time? Who and what do you love Right Now?

Suggested Exercise: Try loving something or someone easy to love, then move into loving yourself, then love everyone and everything. Allow yourself to be consumed by Love.

Comments

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  1. Lori Kochevar on December 22, 2010 4:35 pm

    Paul… amazing insight and oh so true…since we are all one…loving self is the quickest way to access love for another! Beautiful, thank you for your gifts, wisdom and generosity! Lori

  2. Kim Burney on December 29, 2010 10:02 pm

    Paul… thank you for sharing your experience with me. It reminded me of a struggle I had with loving my spouse, all the time, no matter what. For many who know my David, they see him as uncooperative, uncaring and stubborn – I have had an incredible awakening where I now see him as someone who lives in fear. I came to the realization that I had to be who I am and that includes loving someone who appears as uncaring, unloving. As soon as I let go of what “I thought had to happen and how David should act…” I could see that my David was in fear and the best thing that could happen for me was to just love him as he was and not put “my” rules on him. As I saw him from only love, from where I was being “me” David changed right before my eyes. As I look back I can easily see that I was the one who changed – something like that song that goes, “looking through the eyes of love…” My daughter is teaching my grand-daughters (6 and 8) this way of being… “be who you are (when conflict arises) and the rest will take care of itself.” Wise advice for me.
    Kim

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