Cleanse your body and soul to prepare for spring
Love is the most powerful energy in the Universe. It truly is. Love endures, always. This is something that we all can count on.
Hate is an emotion that must be fed to survive. To live with constant hate within our hearts is an unnatural state of being for human kind. We each suffer when we feed hate. So one of the most important inner workings we should do to bloom in spring is to release the hate within our hearts.
How should we do this, you ask? Just “let it go.” Easy for me to say? Not really. Look around you right now. Think about all the lovely occurrences, people and blessings you have in your life right now. Ask yourself, “What am I most grateful for?” Those are your blessings. Be grateful for everything, every day!
To live within a state of gratitude, is to live within a state of love. To live within a state of love, is to live in a positive manner. You see, we attract to us the energy we feed. Where speech and thoughts go, energy flows.
We all fall from time to time. Keep going, continue to move forward. Release hate and fill your heart with love and gratitude.
One of the ancient herbs mentioned in the Bible is hyssop. Hyssop is a cleansing herb. So it follows that steeping hyssop into a “tea,” straining the herb out and adding the “tea” to your bath water is a very good thing to do. Psalm 51:7 says; "Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow." I feel this would be a lovely action just before bedtime. After bathing, snuggle into a bed with clean fresh sheets. I’ll wager you will sleep a very deep and very well. So, cleanse your heart and body.
We all fight our private “battles” today. One never really knows just what challenges our friends and neighbors are struggling with. We should not assume we know what our neighbor’s challenges are or judge anyone else. Be content with the challenges you have. Grow and learn from them and overcome them. Even more to be grateful for!
It is a good idea to be aware of our speech, too. Many times we may say, “Oh, I hate that!” when we don’t actually hate. What we may actually mean is that we really dislike something or other. The challenge is our subconscious mind takes as literal truth what we say. Along this chain of thought, perhaps it would be good to be a little more aware of what we actually do say.
Surround yourself with friends that are truly happy for your successes and accomplishments. Remember too, to be truly happy for your friend’s success and accomplishments as well!
So, release hate. Fill your heart with gratitude and love. Cleanse your heart and body and be a little more aware of what you actually say. Do these things and bloom in spring!
by Pilarr x8314