The Beautiful People

The Lesson:

We are all expressions of Divine Grace in human form. Our nature is loving-kindness. We only hurt others because we are acting out of our own unhealed woundedness.

When we are able to choose to come from the state of loving-kindness, we will see the beauty in each other.

 

The Practice:

1. The Sanskrit term Tat Tvam Asi can be loosely translated to mean That Thou Are, or I AM That. The practice is to notice when you have judgment about another person, either negatively or positively, say to yourself Tat Tvam Asi, or I AM That. It’s a practice of remembering that we are mirrors to each other reflecting each other back to each other. When I can practice interrupting the judgment and recognize that I’m seeing myself in the other,

I’m not only radically accepting myself, but also I am seeing the beauty in the other.

2. Make the decision when going into social interactions that you will choose to see the beauty in the other(s). Simple as that.

 

Mantras:

All of life is a mirror.

I Am That.

When I change the way I look at people, the people I look at change.

I see Beautiful People everywhere I go.

Many years ago I took a trip to Cabo that turned into an unexpected journey of rapid, deep personal transformation.

This post is one of sixteen excerpts of a piece of writing that I did, that was inspired by this magical experience.

Each “chapter” contains a lesson that can be categorized as a lesson in Mental Toughness, personal development, or spiritual growth.

These chapters have been organized into three segments: the Lesson theory, a Practice, and relevant Mantras to help you in your own journey.

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