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How connecting to others truly heals us!

We spin around, we fly, we live, …so to speak. Life is a journey getting ready to fly, but we don’t really fly our whole life. How do we get there? Well, we have to LIVE a fulfilled life filled with love, passion to do good, being who we ‘AUT’ to be, and earning a living.

Our energy brings us to the one thing we all love doing for the rest of our life, but some people resist that energy. There are many ways to helping others. Some people are doctors while others can heal in other ways. Some people are meant to give tests for the doctors while some are meant to heal a disconnection among others like what Steve Jobs did with the iPHONE/iPAD. Some people are just meant to listen and give advice. Some people are meant to build things, create, or invent. Most importantly we are all meant for something to do no matter what it may be.

Healing is very important whether you can heal with your hands in surgery or heal with your body or heal with your mind or just heal with your energy. Energy can be unique, but in a lot of ways very strong. There is good energy and there is bad energy. When developing our own energy, we should be aware of our feelings and emotions. If you are afraid, angry and in denial, your energy will be filled with a strong sense of resistance to society. If you are accepting and non-judgmental, then you will have a strong sense of liberty to fly anywhere, figuratively, to an area that fills your heart up.

When connecting to others, you must find a way to connect to them by going in to their world to learn about them even for just a few minutes a day. This may be hard for many people to do especially when trying to connect to a person with a disability. When someone has a disability, others need to find a way to connect and learn from the person who is struggling more than they are. Once you connect with your friend, your family member, or your spouse with a disability then and only then will you know how that person may truly feel. Some people who have a disability don’t want to be changed loving their world, while others want to be like every one else. Being who you ‘Aut’ to be means being the person you are and want to become.

Think about this idea for a moment: We all are living and breathing on this earth, but we all think and look alike. We all strive for the same things, do the same things to make a living, and contribute in the same way. How would you really feel about society? Well, in the 1940’s we fought World War II because we didn’t want every one to be the same. We wanted Diversity, Neurodiversity, without even thinking about those words.

Now think about our society today: Every one looks different, thinks different, and contributes to society in a different productive manner.

Think about these concepts for just a few minutes today, then walk to some friend, relative, family member, or spouse trying to connect to their world. It does not matter what label that person has. Once you do this, write down a list about what you learned by connecting to their world even if the person has a disability like being on the autism spectrum. Once you do this, you will realize the first step in healing because of the connection you started. Negative emotions begin within anyone because people lack connections with others.

I know I haven’t posted in a while, but more posts coming soon…


Laughing to yourself can be the best way to heal

Many people say this many times over how laughter is the best medicine. It is very true, if only people practice what they preach.

here is a crazy little thing we need to all understand: It is a story about a perspective we should all have. The perspective about life is to become courageous. Courage and laughter are the keys to developing a successful life.

We need to radiate our life like beaming lights shining down on us.

Here is a poem for all to read:

Lights shining down
laughter in the air
coming forth from the distance
leaves you less worrisome
and more cheerful.
drawing the line
to the lives
of our connections
to be
just another group
of friends laughing
at a joke.
A joke which counteracts
the physiologic
conditions which
may be hurting you
at the time.
Laugh, live, play,
and smile when you
get a chance since
you never know
when the smiles here
are going to end…

(Time for some really good times today)

posting more soon…