Success in Love

There is no greater goal than to love. Success can mean many things to the ego self. But the Soul only knows one triumph, and that is to L O V E. When your Soul is no longer manifested in the physical dimension, it is a time of reflection on how successful it was with that endeavor. The Soul does not care how big your house was or how nice your car was or how many bank accounts you had. The Soul only cares about how you express love and compassion. In the infinite wisdom of the universe, the more love you demonstrate, the more you will receive…And even your ego’s definition of success is altered. Your notion of how you would be perceived as successful will change. The material things that you thought would make you happy will not have the same appeal.

“The amount of happiness that you have depends on the amount of freedom you have in your heart.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

It is innerstandable that sometimes it feels impossible to be kind and loving, don’t you think? We get so angry and frustrated at events happening in our lives that we cannot access that loving place inside of us. Instead, our eyes go from side to side as our fists clench and minds whirr with angry thoughts. Some of us even spew those thoughts out into the world with our talk and our actions. When this happens, I always like to sit down and take a moment to reflect. I know that the best antidote to these feelings is to act loving even if I don’t feel very much like doing so. But sometimes I need a little more help – some prompts, ideas, things to get me going, shift my emotions. Here are some ways to express Love and Compassion.

  • Make someone a cup of tea.
  • Give a hug.
  • Ask “How may I help you?”
  • Listen to them carefully and without interrupting.
  • Say “I’m sorry.”
  • Be polite.
  • Say ‘Please’ and ‘Thank you.’
  • Offer to carry a person’s bag.
  • Buy a box of cookies and offer them around to strangers.
  • Buy them a gift.
  • Help with a household chore.
  • Make them a meal.
  • Offer up your seat.
  • Write them a letter.
  • Tell them you wish you understood.
  • Invite them to a movie.
  • Acknowledge and respect their feelings even if you feel they are not accurate/appropriate.
  • Hold their hand.
  • Smile.
  • Treat them to their favorite coffee.
  • Surprise them with an unexpected visit or phone call.
  • Give them a handwritten card.
  • Carry someone’s bags.
  • Pick up some trash.
  • Return a misplaced or lost item.
  • Tell them about the best part of the day you just spent with them.
  • Let them sleep.
  • Offer them a drink of water.
  • Wear or use a gift they gave you in their presence.
  • Keep that sigh to yourself.
  • Use a kind voice even if you have to fake it.
  • Listen for the feelings behind the words.
  • Buy them some flowers.
  • Run them a bath.
  • Donate your unwanted items
  • Send off a care package to the military.
  • Share your homegrown vegetables.
  • Give a new mom a gift.
  • Buy a stranger lunch.
  • Pay for a strangers bridge toll/coffee.
  • Let someone go first through a door.
  • Hold a door open for someone.
  • Respect someone’s wishes.
  • Write Post-It notes with encouraging messages and leave them in library books.
  • Write a thank you note.
  • Leave some change at the coffee machine.
  • Let people through in traffic.
  • Hold up your hand in thanks when other drivers let you through.
  • Use a compost bin and recycle as much as possible.
  • Acknowledge someone else’s kindness to you.
  • Leave a tip plus another dollar.
  • Visit a sick friend.
  • Babysit for free.
  • Say ‘I love you’ with meaning.
  • Tell them how wonderful they are and how happy you are to have them in your life.
  • Pay a compliment.
  • Leave your old magazines in waiting rooms.
  • Volunteer.
  • Write love notes and put them in their lunches.
  • Go visit your parents. Tell them how much you appreciate them.
  • Choose a book they might like and lend it to a friend.
  • Let someone go ahead at the checkout.
  • Share your knowledge with someone who needs it.
  • Welcome new people to your neighborhood, school, club, etc.
  • Send a copy of a photo to the person in it.
  • Share herbs from your garden.
  • Share a good recipe.
  • Let someone cut in line at the movie theater.
  • Donate your “read” books to the library.
  • Express your empathy.
  • Make someone else’s bed.
  • Sing while you vacuum.
  • Smile at every stranger at the mall.
  • Be patient when you want to yell.
  • Put change in an expiring meter.
  • Water someone’s drying/dying flowers.
  • Take the garbage out for a friend.
  • Take a rose to someone in the home for the elderly.

Enjoy 639 Hz ❯ LOVE & COMPASSION SOUNDBATH ❯ Heart Chakra Healing Frequency Music ❯ Pure Miracle Tone

Thank You  & James Van Praagh


The Soul Medic, the country’s premier Alternative Therapy & Energetic Transformational Healing organization. The Soul Medic is known for their unique mind over matter Soul Optimization process, offering clients the opportunity to defragment and harmonize the Soul to its original Soul blueprint at seed level.

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