Blessing for Compassion
The Blessism for Compassion is all about sending love to yourself and others.
One of the best things you can do in times of relationship stress or strain is to stop and bless everyone around you.
You can use the art of compassion even within conflict and that’s actually one of the best times to practice it.
Compassion is at the very heart of good communication and meaningful relationships.
Being compassionate allows you to put yourself in someone else’s shoes, which also gives you a sense of empathy for what they must be feeling.
This Blessism is also related to Love Skill #44 – Listen with Compassion from Scott and Shannon Peck’s best-selling book Love Skills You Were Never Taught.
In the end, we can all use a good dose of compassion.
Blessism for Compassion
I bless myself and my ability to love.
I send love and compassion to myself and others.
May I practice compassionate listening.
May I lift others up with my energy.
May compassion, love, and respect fill my thoughts. It all begins with me.
This is the power I have.
I bless and am grateful for everyone in my life as I move forward into a beautiful state of love, compassion, and healing.
I bless everyone even those who may have hurt me or treated me disrespectively.
I can use the art of compassion, even within conflict as and for that I am grateful.
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