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Cultivating Abundance in Health & Wellness in 2023! Day 3: Loving KIndness

Updated: Jan 5, 2023

Day 3: Loving Kindness

We can all vow to make the world a better place one day at a time by being our true authentic selves. Daily OM

Kindness: The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate.

In a world with 7 billion people filled with pain, anger, fear, and internal battles, it can feel overwhelming to do something simple as being KIND. Kindness is a powerful thing, and it can move mountains. It can change the world with just one smile or a kind gesture. We are in an ongoing mental health crisis. Some challenges people face are judgment, criticism, and retracting from scenarios, or one may ignore pain associated with one's self or others.

If each person can put themselves in someone else's shoes and understand where the other is coming from, most people can feel a sense of compassion. Compassion comes from the heart, and the heart has no boundaries.

Here is some real magical food for thought. Words, thoughts, and feelings all have an energetic frequency. When we are angry, sad, or frustrated, we exude a lower vibrational frequency that literally drains our energy bodies, leaving us feeling drained and exhausted. Long term, this can lead to illness & disease. Kindness is our birthright and our true nature. It takes up more energy in our bodies to be angry, negatively selfish, or harsh.

Conversely, when we feel happy, generous, or even considerate, we feel contentment, and we can feel it in our gut as the magnificence with the feel-good cortisol running through our veins. It just feels right. Kindness & compassion are scientifically proven to contribute to our healing journeys. Keep the kindness going, and the neuroplasticity in your brain will begin to change and improve to make you a genuinely happier person.

You may be wondering how you can be kind to yourself & to others. You may have a limit with time or funds, but know that you can share kindness daily in just a few minutes. Even the smallest deeds will make a big impact.

Here is a list I found on They have a bunch of kindness lists to get your creative juices going.

Though there are a lot of examples, my favorite ways to show kindness are simple. Here they are!

1) SMILE at a stranger, family member, or yourself. Just an easy smile can make someone's day.

2) Hug someone just for the kicks of it. You never know if they need that hug.

3) Offer to bring someone a coffee or tea.

4) Listen to someone without judgment or giving advice.

5) Let someone go before you on the road. And if someone gets angry at you while driving, don't react. Just send loving kindness their way. ( This is MAGIC!)

6) If someone is stressed or overwhelmed, ask them, "how can I help?" To go even further, start helping without them asking.

7) On a grander scale, find a charity that you feel passionate about volunteering for. This is the biggest gift of all!

8) Give yourself time for self-care regularly. We cannot help others if we can't serve ourselves first. Don't ever skip this step. It's crucial to your well-being and others.

9) Do a loving-kindness meditation or prayer; something like this.

MAY YOU BE HEALTHY, MAY YOU BE HAPPY, MAY YOU FEEL LOVED & MAY YOU BE SAFE. If you make this your mantra at least once a day, you can feel an energetic shift into the loving-kindness frequency. You can direct this to yourself or others.

These special tips may be something you already do or know of, but we all can be reminded here and there.

Metta is a word from yogapedia, and it's defined in Buddhism as benevolence, friendship, kindness, and loving

Here is the definition on the yogapedia website.

Definition - What does Metta mean? Metta is a term that refers to one of the 10 perfections of Buddhism and is the first of the four Buddhist virtues, or "immeasurables." Metta means to care and wish well for another being without judging them, to accept them independently of agreeing or disagreeing with them, and without wanting anything from them in return. It is a universal love that can overcome all social, religious, ethnic, political, and economic barriers. As a result of metta, one can experience another state of the four Buddhist virtues: joy, and true happiness in another's happiness.

Thank you for reading, and I hope you learned something new today on our journey to cultivating abundance in health and wellness for 1 year.

What are your favorite ways to share kindness with yourself and others?

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