Ignore the opinion of others. Whatever people do, feel, think, or say, don't take it personally. Others are going to have their own opinion according to their belief system, so whatever they think about you is not about you. But it is about them. The whole world can gossip about you, and if you don't take it personally, you are immune. Immunity to poison in the middle of hell is the gift of the Second Agreement. Taking things personally makes you prey for predators. They can hook your attention with one little opinion, and feed you whatever poison they want. Refuse to eat poison!
Even the opinions you have about yourself are not necessarily true; therefore, you don't need to take whatever you hear in your mind personally.
When you see other people as they are without taking it personally, you can never be hurt by what they say or do. Even if others lie to you, it is okay. They are lying to you because they are afraid you will discover that they are not perfect.
When you refuse to take this personally, you avoid many upsets in your life. Your feelings of anger, jealousy - even your sadness - will simply disappear if you don't take things personally.
You gain a huge amount of freedom when you take nothing personally. No spell can affect you regardless of how strong it may be. And if you life without fear, if you love, you will be happy with your life.
Don Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements
This week I posted Lightworker's Beacon of Light message for the month, the Dog's Philosophy along with pics from Karen James, a great friend from Canada I met through the Distant Healing Network. I've been having problems getting graphics to post on the blog, so don't be surprised if you don't see any.
And for all fathers out there, Happy Father's Day! If folks don't celebrate it in your neck of the woods, here's a little boost for you. My sister and I usually call up our dad in Houston, Texas every year. He's an architect with one of the world's largest architectural firms and specializes in institutional design and renovation. Having been a former cancer patient himself years ago, my father has a unique perspective in the standards and requirements for a patient-friendly environment.
Thank you all for your continued participation in the share. I joyfully acknowledge the boost of energy from you and welcome it with open arms. I also send you a boost with LOTS of love, light, and hugs. Help yourself to the boost I send to you and enjoy it fully. Enjoy every moment and live the passionate life you intend it to be.
Namaste, (I honor the place in you in which the entire Universe dwells)
1. Lydia Smith-Lenardson, Moreno Valley, California, USA
2. Lynn Wilson, Manchester, England, UK
3. Judy Oliver,Vienna, Virginia, USA
4. Joan Anderson, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
5. Sandra Richer, Banff, Alberta, Canada
6. Lena Goon, Banff, Alberta, Canada
7. Mari Hayama, Berkeley, California, USA
8. Veronica Hansen, Sarina, Queensland, Australia
9. Mirjam Kik, Oude, Tonge, The Netherlands
10. Andy Cooper, Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China
11. Sheryl Morris, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
12. Andy Yantha, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
13. Karen Becker, Carver, Minnesota, USA
14. , Omaha, Nebraska, USA
15. Joseph Bennett, Ventura, California, USA
16. Steve and Karen Edwards, Gunnislake, Cornwall, England
17. Rev. Patricia Lusher, Berlin, Vermont, USA
18. Brian Ramage, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
19. Brian Yeates, Dublin, Ireland
20. Dunni Olasehan, Lagos, Nigeria
21. Austin Ndego, Lagos, Nigeria
22. Gurjinder Strom, Miami, Florida, USA
23. Natasha Adair, Olney Springs, Colorado, USA
24. Amy Manuel, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
25. Janet Kinge, Basingstoke, UK
26. Janet Henningsen, Indialantic, Florida, USA
27. Sister Mary Mebane, Santa Maria, California, USA