How to Be Released from Your Own Intensity.

Via on Mar 27, 2012

 

Sometimes when you’re feeling low it helps to remember that someone out there somewhere; is in more pain, illness, poverty or heartache than what you’re experiencing yourself in this moment and possibly with less support.

When we realize this, we can bow to the grace of what’s in front of us and send blessings to that unknown person out there. In the moment of sending that blessing, we find ourselves released from our own intensity.

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10 Responses to “How to Be Released from Your Own Intensity.”

  1. Mr. Science says:

    Really, that’s it? No matter how bad it sucks for you someone else is worse off.

    I feel much better.

  2. Apoptosis says:

    This feels like a bait-and-switch and happens all too often on EJ. You think maybe you're going to link to a thoughtful article and you get a couple of short paragraphs of hippie-dippie platitudes.

    Note to staff: This is exactly why I don't subscribe.

  3. Valerie Carruthers ValCarruthers says:

    Just posted to "Featured Today" on the Elephant Spirituality Homepage.

    Valerie Carruthers
    Please go and "Like" Elephant Spirituality on Facebook

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