Lately I’ve been getting a lot of them, yes, a lot of Love tears. They are special tears, and I call them special because they are such a mixture of emotions. Most often I get them after a client leaves my studio, I feel so deeply grateful for having the opportunity to lead another to their truth.
Sometimes they just splash down my cheeks and I smile, because there was something that my higher self was expressing compassion and gratitude for and I just hadn’t caught up to it. Those Love tears I sometimes refer to as tears of grace.
The simplest of things are of the greatest significance when you slow down and become aware of its magnificence. Being content with just being on the planet is always a good starting point, in-joying your breath is a highlight too; after all, it is what keeps you here.
Considering breath as moments ticking on an invisible clock that will inevitably stop ticking reminds me to be that much more present and beholden of the occasion to breathe.
Observing another’s response and growth is awesomeness in and of itself. Just observing without judging, being present to all that is, being open to receiving and knowing in my heart that the revealing is infinite; this too will bring me Love tears.
I wanted to share with you the emotion of Love tears, so that you could really grasp the feeling and I asked my guides for help. Soon after my request, this came into my inbox, so I will share this with you. It’s called Duct Tape Surfing and, it will only take 4:41 seconds of your 24 hour day to watch and feel compassionate Love tears.
Love tears is where it’s at, this is where humankind is ascending. We are being of service to each other in groundbreaking ways, never leaving another behind; welcoming the unpretentiousness of learning to re-member the Love that is at our essence of who we are, transcending all that you have ever known.
Leaving you with peace, love, understanding, awareness and wisdom (and of course, big hugs and butterfly kisses).
“Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens.” – Khalil Gibran
“Love one another and help others to rise to the higher levels, simply by pouring out love. Love is infectious and the greatest healing energy.” – Sai Baba
“Live, so you do not have to look back and say: ‘God, how I have wasted my life.’” – Elisabeth Kübler-Ross