Giving Unconditionally Is Actually Receiving Unconditionally

When we give willingly to others with no expectations we lay the groundwork for an incredible life.  How so? Everything we do is filtered through our self-image via our subconscious mind.  Giving with joy and unconditional love indicates that we love ourselves unconditionally and understand that we deserve to be treated with love, dignity, and respect.  The subconscious mind can’t distinguish between ourselves and the other person.  We can’t give out what we don’t possess emotionally.  Why not sew love, kindness, compassion, and generosity in order to reap, without expectation, great relationships and a fulfilling life?

Forgiveness Of Self & Others Is The Path To True Liberation

Forgiving others is the same as forgiving ourselves because our subconscious mind filters everything through our self-image.  By forgiving others willingly we acknowledge that they and we are not perfect.  Forgiving freely allows us to be present in the moment and happy.  If the other person doesn’t wish to change their behavior we can separate ourselves from them understanding that we don’t have any control over the thoughts and actions of others.  The only person who needs to change for the better each day is us.  Forgiveness frees us from the snare of gossip and blame.

Accepting & Loving Ourselves Is The Greatest Gift We Can Give To Our Loved Ones

When you can accept and love yourself unconditionally you’ll be able to accept and love others unconditionally.  I’s important to be able to look at yourself in the mirror and like what you see.  When we can face ourselves in the mirror and like what we see we are equipped to do the same with those we meet.  Everything we say and do is filtered through our self-image. Therefore, if our self-image is positive, humble, and self-accepting we will be better partners, friends, and co-workers.  Give yourself this gift that keeps on giving happiness, joy, and pleasure to you and those you love.

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Forgiveness Is A Bridge To Happiness, Contentment, & Better Relationships

Forgiveness of others indicates that you appreciate the fact that you aren’t perfect and neither is anyone else.  Since we would never put a limit on how many times we’d like others to pardon our errors it makes sense that we would not keep track of how many times we have forgiven others.  Everything we say and do is filtered through our self-image.  Forgiveness allows us to free ourselves from the negative incident and the negative feelings associated with it.  Forgiveness of ourselves and others leads us to a life that is happy, content, and improves all of our relationships.