Compassion originates from our strengths. It begins within and reaches others like open arms of empathy. Caring about others will include every part of life, with kindness, gentleness and patience. Acts of compassion are signs of faith and maturity. All the work we do within can be helpful to others because we understand, validate and care about their feelings and situation.
The personality may feel a loss for the appropriate words to express oneself. Going within for answers becomes easier. The body and mind move into a rhythm of awareness and action for self and others. Ultimately, the goal is to care about others. Practicing self-compassion, without self- criticism and guilt build a bridge to ultimately be more compassionate with others.
Being compassionate elicits happy feelings only giving to others can produce. Compassion supports a sense of well-being and purpose in life. Compassionate actions may lead to becoming more comfortable with others.
A compassionate nature looks beyond the problem and the personality to find answers to help all living beings.
Massage 2 drops on wrist, 3 x daily; or mist spray on neck or throat 3 x daily.
Testimonial:" I find it easier to relax when using Compassion, "Lorie.
"I feel connected to others," Jeanette.