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Appreciate Everything and Everyone

lindamiller

05-01-2005 00:59:26

This is one of my favorite quotes from Wayne Dyer's Power of Intention Cards. A great way to start off the new year in 2005...

Appreciate Everything and Everyone. Look upon every experience you've ever had, and everyone who's ever played any role in your life, as having been sent to you for your benefit. In this universe, which was created by a divine, organizing intelligence, there are simply no accidents.
~ from Wayne Dyer's Power Of Intention Cards

Ron

06-01-2005 16:39:43

Linda quoted Wayne "Appreciate Everything and Everyone. Look upon every experience you've ever had, and everyone who's ever played any role in your life, as having been sent to you for your benefit. In this universe, which was created by a divine, organizing intelligence, there are simply no accidents."

When we use the expression of letting go of our past, we are but seeing it differently. When we view each and every experience in our life, we will see that we drew that experience to us with our thoughts - we intended for that to occur - yes, even those experiences that seem horrendous for us to revisit. Truly, there are no accidents, just the thoughts we put out coming back to us. Rather than hating an enemy, show them compassion with you love at the fear they are experiencing. If every experience was for a purpose, have you always seen what the purpose was? If not, it will return again perhaps in a different form. The best example of this is abusive relationships that people run from, only to run into again.

Namaste - Ron

lindamiller

06-01-2005 17:03:20

Hi Ron,

How right you are that everything is attracted with our thoughts - whether we want what we are thinking or not. Most are attracting by default and of course it is much better to create our life deliberately.

I have come to terms with the passing of my son in 2003, and there were many "horrendous" circumstances and many people for me to "forgive."

However, I have come to know that there is really no one to forgive and that everything, including my son's passing, is in divine order.

And, believe me, that was a BIG thing for me to accept. But it has allowed me to continue with my life and know that my son's life and my son's passing have served a great purpose and given me purpose for moving forward to help others to this understanding.

All is well in my world (most of the time). )

Ron

08-01-2005 18:17:21

Linda wrote "But it has allowed me to continue with my life and know that my son's life and my son's passing have served a great purpose and given me purpose for moving forward to help others to this understanding"

And perhaps, just perhaps, this is what you are to do - teach others so they may get beyond their grief and continue on with their life. I am proud to know you.

Namaste - Ron

lindamiller

08-01-2005 23:47:18

Thank you Ron. Yes, I am also now training to be a Radical Forgiveness Coach which will empower me to help others.

Have you read Radical Forgiveness by Colin Tipping?

You can actually read the first chapter of the book at my website. When I read this story I knew that I had learn more about Radcial Forgiveness.

http://www.ArtOfRadicalForgiveness.com

He has a second book also, Radical Incarnation.

Both are very powerful.

I am glad to know you too!