Heal yourself first, then heal others

Parrots by visionary artist Madeleine TuttleVegInspiration
As we remove the violence from our daily meals, we will naturally increase our ability to heal our divisions, nurture our creativity and joy, restore beauty and gentleness, and be role models of sensitivity and compassion for our children.

Prayer Circle for Today
Today let us send our prayers to all animals vivisected in laboratories and classrooms.

May compassion and love reign over all the earth for all animals used in experiments. Dear primates, dogs, cats, mice; rats, pigs, lambs, rabbits, frogs, and all of you who are imprisoned in cages, tortured in useless experiments, separated from your loved ones, and suffering constant pain, fear, and loneliness, sometimes for many long years.

Dear ones, we bear witness to your suffering, we take action to permanently end it, and we continually send out an energy field of love and compassion to comfort you and to transform the hearts and souls of those who support this violent oppression.

We send our tears and our prayers on wings of love to you. Our love is all around you.

Compassion encircles the earth for each of you and for all beings.

( 7 daily prayers by Judy Carman www.peacetoallbeings.com)

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Original watercolor painting by Madeleine Tuttle madeleinetuttle.com

One Response to Heal yourself first, then heal others

  • Marvin says:

    I agree that self healing is critical before one can attempt healing anyone else. As a Reiki practitioner for 30 + years I know that doing personal work is an essential part of the healing process for everyone and everything. Being vegan can, if done for the right reasons help with that process.

    However I am concerned when people become vegan, they can in fact stimulate resentment and angry feelings, and a very negative state of mind. This seems especially true for those who attempt to become ethically pure vegans.

    In an unbalanced and impure world, being ethically pure is to be constantly challenged. If one is struggling to find balance and peace one can be disillusioned, distressed and perhaps moved to despair and depression. Finding inner peace and personal healing means staying centred and realistic.

    Being vegan is only a part of this process. The whole being must be engaged so as to avoid becoming to focused on only one aspect of life. If one is cynical, angry or otherwise in a negative state of mind, those issues much be addressed as a means of getting into the correct mindset where personal healing can occur.

    I greatly appreciate vegans who promote peace in word deed and action. It is wonderful to interact with those who have found a means of keeping balance in the midst of the turbulence and insanity so prevalent everywhere.

    It requires enormous strength and courage to maintain the singular focus on peace when peace can often be so elusive. Blessings to all those who serve as examples for others to follow. Namaste

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