How We Love

In the grand scheme of things, unconditional love is the greatest gift one can give or receive.  By definition, “unconditional love” is love without conditions or reservations – absolute.  The challenges, which confront us in life, are directed toward allowing us to learn how to contribute “unconditional love” to the Grand Plan.  We’re not talking eroticism, lust, obsession or hormonal surges.  We’re talking about the love, which is directed toward others despite their imperfections.  This love carries no expectation or need for pay back.  It’s unconditional.

The mere act of loving creates a feeling of peace and fulfillment within us.  It is a joyous emotion and one that is necessary and vital to your existence.  History has shown that children raised in environments in which they did not receive love, grew to be cold, angry and often violent adults.  The lack of love can cause extreme loneliness, anger or other negative emotions.  These negative feelings, left to grow internally, will manifest in disease or ill health.

Unconditional love is the ultimate positive feeling.  And feelings are energy generators.  Positive feelings harmonize with your personal field.  Your personal field is perfect and positive, so positive feelings enhance the positivity and take nothing away from it.  Negative feelings, on the other hand, suppress or lower energy from your personal field.  Strong feelings affect both body and field.  And strong positive feelings – love, acceptance, joy, appreciation – are the ideal “field fuel”.

Finding unconditional love in the loss of a cherished family member or life-supporting job isn’t easy.  But it is not only possible, it is necessary for your mental and physical health.  That’s where the “learning” comes in.  We learn by recognizing and appreciating that everything that happens in our life is an opportunity to find an element of good in that experience.    Of course, some lessons are easier to recognize than others.

Unconditional love, given and received, promotes good health and harmony in soul and spirit.  True peace is an all-encompassing experience brought on by unconditional love; peace is made known to you by your mind.  Peace and healing result when there is a harmonious balance between your soul (mind, memory and body) and your spirit (God).  Unconditional love is the source of peace.  It is by loving more and expecting less that you can reach this state of peaceful harmony.  Unconditional love creates peace, harmony, and oneness in soul and spirit.

Here are some tips for reaching a state of peace through…Unconditional Love

  • Each time you perform an act of love you feed your spiritual field with positive energy.  This serves to heal the soul. Make it a part of your life to do something loving for yourself and someone else every single day.  This will help to balance your energy and remove blockage within your body.
  • Keep in mind that every negative thought or feeling needs to be “canceled” or neutralized.  To do this, replace the negative emotion with a positive feeling of unconditional love.  Your love needs to be as strong as your negative feeling in order for this to work.
  • Work to attain oneness in soul and spirit by practicing unconditional love.  Remember, each act of judgment, hate, anger, etc. serves to create separateness.  As long as you feel separated from God, you block the energy that works to allow you to walk as one with God.
  • Set aside some quiet time each day to meditate on your life, your intentions, and our thoughts.  Consider each area of your life and draw conclusions, which will help to bring your soul and spirit together as one.  Reflect on how you can change aspects of your life by filling your days with unconditional love.
  • Keep in mind that you do not have to love the personality or the actions of everyone.  What you need to love is the spirit within them, even if they have let their egotistical self block the perfect flow or display of that spirit.  Love them as your equal in God’s creation.  Love them because you share the universal consciousness and spirit with them.
  • Thinking one way and acting another creates disharmony between your soul and your spirit.  Be true and congruent within yourself.  Your thoughts and actions need to agree.  In other words, practice what you preach – even to yourself.

About Dr. Marina Zaré

I am a Chiropractic Wellness Consultant in NW Portland, OR, in the heart of the Pearl district in Portland. I focus on prevention and am extremely passionate about taking care of the young before damage occurs. I utilize numerous technologies in the field of Chiropractic such as Thermography, Electromyography, Heart Rate Variability, B.E.S.T. KST which enable me to help people with chronic pain, learning disorders, ADHD, allergies, injuries, depression, anxiety and other ailments that are caused by having vertebral subluxation
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