Do you ever feel as though you would like to meet someone who gets you?
You know the feeling when you meet someone new and you really have the feeling that this person is listening and actually hearing what you are saying. You feel as though they are, if even for a moment, stepping into your shoes and experiencing your journey.
Or, would you like to meet people or a partner who appreciates what you do for them? People who acknowledge what you bring to their lives? They value the time you set aside to help them move house. They remember and thank you for the time you happily took them out when they were feeling a little low.
Neale Donald Walsch, the author of the “Conversations with God” series of books, has this message for us:
Be the source.
In his “conversations”, he received this message: “I was advised by (God) to no longer be the Seeker, but to be the Source in the life of another of that which I had been seeking in my own life. “What flows through you, sticks to you.”
Most of us have heard the message: Do unto others, as you would have it done unto you. I think most of us interpret this as meaning that if you wish to be treated well, you should treat others well. But, Walsch interprets this to have a further meaning. “When you cause others to have the experience that you wish to have, you, too, must eventually have it.”
Most of us have read that you cannot give away that which you do not have. But it turns out that the act of giving something to another causes you to notice that you have it to give- and that you had it all along.
Walsch says that once he got this message, everything began to make sense- including the teaching that none of us is really “creating” anything, but merely noticing what is already there.
How can you experience a grander, more loving, more fulfilled version of yourself? See the best version of another and let them know that you see it. Help them to see the grandest version of themselves by being a mirror and showing them their reflection.
Many people have listened to people who have told them they are not good enough. They have told themselves the same story and now believe it is true.
To experience your own value, give others a rich experience of who they really are, you will be enriched as well.