When you listen to the safety advice on a plane, they always tell you to take care of your own oxygen mask first before helping others. That way you are better placed to serve those you are helping, right?
I think it is the same with the work we do on ourselves.
Have you ever noticed how the energy of some people has a heavy feel and you have to work hard to stay centred and not pulled into their energy? I know I have.
When your energy is light, when you feel truly grounded, centred and inwardly free, then you pull people easily into your orbit, so to speak.
I know it is tempting to try to ‘fix’ other people.
Especially if we finally see something that has been hard to see, when the penny finally drops, when we finally ‘get’ what yogis have been talking about all these years. We want everyone else to see it too.
The method I have chosen is to not try to help unless people want it.
Walk the walk, do my practice.
If someone books into a meditation or yoga class or workshop then of course I will offer things that have helped me. I wrote my book because I wanted to share what I had come to realise. But you can’t force this onto people, it will unfold as it is meant to, and if you are really keen then it will definitely unfold for you.
So work on yourself, that is the work. Let people see the difference it has made for you, that will be enough to draw people in and they can work out what is right for them.
I do wish you profound freedom. It is your birthright. Work on yourself and let it ripple out.
Much more meaning than is teased out here can be taken from these cards, this is just a start. I’d love your feedback and look out for my blog about the next card soon.
The gorgeous original picture on the front of each card is by Gayle Stone Art.