August 7, 2019

Responsibility of Sharing.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


If a person thinks that they have insight into meaning and connectedness of the world – or just essentially how to become happier and more actualised – do they have a duty to share that information? Or should this be something which each individual finds out for themselves, since it cannot really be taught until a person is ready to listen anyway?
I have , I think, a good understanding of “wellness”, in theory and practice, having been interested in this sort of thing all my life, but even beginning to think that I might know more than the next person about finding meaning in life seems terribly arrogant. On the other hand, I feel if I know something, I do also feel I should share it.
And then, there’s also the troubling fact that if you start talking about spirituality and connectedness to many people, you sound slightly crazy, which I think has probably contributed to my habit of denying or playing down my (by now pretty firmly held) beliefs.
How do you handle the responsibility of telling people –  this is the way the world works? Or do you have to simply say – this is the way the world works for me?


The primary responsibility to the knowledge and insight you have discovered is to live and breathe it. That will be the most effective way to share it with others. That is how you become the change you wish to see in the world. If it is your dharma to be a teacher of this knowledge to others, then that will come naturally. You will find that in living the knowledge, people will be drawn to you and seek you out. This way the people you will be talking to will be prescreened and you will only be imparting knowledge to those who are already interested in what you have to say. 



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