How can we most effectively interact with one another? Clearly we have profound influence on the energetic and neuro-psychological wellness of the people in our lives. These times warrant our consideration of this question: how can we best support each, in ways that most positively impact and support?
Let’s look to those famous spiritual masters from the movie, Inside, Out, Bing Bong, and his friends, the Sad Girl and the Happy Girl. In this two-and-a-half minute clip, you can see these characters illustrate the powerful practice of radical, compassionate acceptance. As we allow people to be where there are, as we acknowledge and accept them, all change becomes possible.
A simple idea, surely, yet this is a profound life practice. Please join Bing Bong, Sad Girl and Happy Girl.
And consider—how might you explore radical acceptance through the compassionate witnessing of another? Consider. Contemplate. What would it look like in your life? No action is even needed. To the contrary, this is truly about non-doing and presence.
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As spring softly lands, many blessings,