Archives for the month of: June, 2013

We need to pay more heed to the voice of the heart as it is the true and all-knowing essence of ourselves that makes itself heard through the hunches and random thoughts that cross our minds and somehow enter our awareness without warning. 

This gentle inner voice alerts us to new chances to grab, offering to lead us to what can be the most helpful, joyful and often the most unexpected outcomes. If we can spend a little time each day to reflect on each flash of inspiration we receive, we will begin to know the truth behind it and by recognising the extent of its value to our lives, we will see the fun of keeping ourselves more open to the world around us.

By depending on our innate and unique knowing of what is going to be right for us as individuals and by trusting that its guidance will help us to unravel the knots of worry and anxiety we frequently experience when searching for the best way forward, we will feel calmer and become flexible enough to view our lives as an adventure, rather than as another series of chores or challenges to endure. 

By pondering on the meaning and potential of every little spark of insight and by choosing to use its wisdom to our advantage, we will feel more powerful and more in control of our lives, safe in the knowledge that every choice we make has been made from the most loving stance and with the best intentions for all concerned.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

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Following on from the theme of yesterday’s post, I’m being told that we must try to be on our best behaviour at all times, regardless of the frustration or annoyance experienced as a result of the words or actions of another, so that the guilt and regret that come from knowing you have wronged or hurt someone through anger or revenge will not cast a shadow over your present or future.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

The only way to shrug off guilt is to have a very clear idea about why you are feeling so bad in the first place, as a lot of the negativity we carry from this destructive emotion is based on what is often our own skewed perception of what actually happened. You need to detach yourself from the scenarios that have given rise to this feeling by acknowledging that you are now in a different place and have greater awareness of yourself and of what makes you tick and are therefore no longer the same person as before. Simply ask yourself if it is truly necessary to carry the pain of guilt that holds you so tightly in its grip. You know instinctively that it is futile. The next step is to view yourself and all involved in the situation that caused such suffering with love and compassion and know in your heart that residual guilt and regretfulness will only keep you from focusing on the good things you can achieve in the present and henceforth.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

The natural balance and energy of the earth and of the world around us is being disturbed by the mean and uncaring nature of those who are unaware of how their negative thoughts, attitudes and actions are affecting their own environment. None of us are perfect, but now more than ever, we are being urged to reflect and seek the highest and most sincere motivation for every action, because the world is demanding the very best and purist love from us so that we can all live in a more harmonious and ultimately, satisfying way.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

Acknowledge the presence of everyone you meet with sensitivity, kindness and appreciation, as this will remind you to treat your own self with gentleness and care.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

Love cannot be bottled and sold. It is boundless and its energy creates warmth and healing wherever it is expressed. Show the loving aspects of yourself to everyone you meet without expectation of kindness in return, because it shows your appreciation of every soul. The happier and more confident you are about yourself, the greater the impact you will make on others to melt even the snowiest heart. The more of us who radiate love and kindness, the better the chances we’ll have of avoiding the frustration and feelings of rejection an icy reception leaves in its trail.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

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