The Practice of Passionate Compassion
By Judi Lynch
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Bio word count - 60
How do we become passionate about anything? What stirs us to want to experience life with purpose and meaning to create a better world? Compassion, for ourselves and for others! Our need to connect to humanity in higher form stirs our compassion into action for what we have suffered in life and for what others have suffered. We can learn how to take those negative experiences in our own lives, born in adversity, to make them useful. We heal faster by understanding this process and we help to heal others by reaching out with a kind heart full of unconditional love and non-judgement.
When someone has been where you have been and knows the feeling first hand, the empathy it creates gives you choices. You can accept the information with grace and a true passion for living which hides underneath the surface of events and decide to take the path of healing. You can choose to ignore the assistance from others and reach within to heal through spirit and nature. Through nature, your gardens, the relationships you have with your pets and other animals around you.
You may find that your compassion lives in rescuing those entities which have no voice and may not be human at all. In those moments of caring and mercy there is a quiet beauty in the solitude of knowing this is a calling for you. A passion you feel beyond all the other choices you have been given in life. If you know in your soul that you are truly being guided on a particular life path in order to thrive while you reside on this planet, then you are most fortunate. You have the ability to tap into higher knowledge of understanding and to guide empathy to serve you better.
Humanity is ever evolving, even though many humans are still holding onto outdated beliefs and authoritative systems. It takes time for the power of compassion to grow and flourish after the tides of destruction have brought so many changes on Earth. As we lose our fear of others who look and speak differently than us, our caring will come to the surface again. Refugees become real people with hearts, minds, souls, families and a heartache only another refugee would ever really understand.
As human beings we must keep nurturing our compassion. We have to accept where we have been, where we want to go in the future and the kind of environment which we all deserve. In maturity with insight it becomes clear to us at any time we could be challenged with a situation which forces us to have great courage. In those times we can choose how to react using our intuitive intelligence and become more connected to the life force of our own heartbeat.
As you look out on this Earth and the miraculous happenings all around you, think about how far your compassion can reach. It is an energy cord attached to your soul that breathes and lives in the life experiences of all your lifetimes here. All the people you have been as you incarnated into this jungle of drama, heartache and incredible beauty have had an effect on your level of compassion. The empathy that makes you sensitive to others suffering. Trust the feelings of purpose and meaning as you stand ready to help out when there has been a natural disaster or accident on the road you are traveling.
This World will test your compassion on a daily basis. It can become easy for many to become numbly complacent about their own worth or ability to facilitate change. This is when a soul begins to turn gray, uncaring for themselves and others around them. The energy this gradually fosters is stagnant and without direction. This is why people operating at higher energies in unconditional love and peace feel a need to remove themselves physically from this negativity. They can feel their light energy increasing around them in protection along with a spiritual suggestion that the environment is toxic, without reverence for life or welfare. This warning system can be crucial in protecting your personal light energy force for healing instead of using your energy in defense of anyone who may be mentally or physically abusive in the future.
Compassion keeps us in constant spiritual evolution. We love, we feel, and we care. Our hearts can still give even when they’ve been used, abused and stepped on. Those loving marks are our scars of empathy wrapped in unconditional love. When we share our stories and help those around us heal, we make it okay not be perfect. We make it beautiful to have recovered, learned a lesson or fallen down when we have compassion for ourselves. Grateful for the dirt on our face and the broken tools at our feet, it keeps us loving beings determined to keep feeling deeply, reaching out to make this a more amazing place to evolve. Our passion is alive.
About the Author:
Judi Lynch is a psychic medium, intuitive counselor, healing channel and author. She is president of the Crystal Healing Foundation, Inc. a 501(c) spiritual charity and featured columnist for OM Times Magazine. She has authored two books, Friends with Lights and Conscious Ascension and has read for clients all over the world. To learn more or contact for a session see psychicmediumjudilynch.com or email judi@ judilynch.com