Shooting Love ~ XOXO

February 14, 2014 at 10:16 am

Valentine’s Day is a day of love. If we are to be truly honest with ourselves, it is the same as every day, an opportunity to be our self as love. Daily we have this choice to be love. Sometimes people get wrapped up in the idea of what love means. I say, forget about that and just be love. Love is not an emotion as much as it is a frequency. It is how we vibrate.

When I started on my journey of learning of shamanism, I realized the act of love is one we must give to ourselves. Sometimes, we are the ones that resist it the most. We insist on “doing” things of love instead of being love.  So you might wonder, how does one be love and not really do anything?

Shooting love, as I like to call it, is an awesome way to experience love by giving it. Imagine someone you don’t like, someone who has been difficult, someone who is sick, maybe someone you don’t even know. You can do this with your eyes open or shut. Now bring you attention down to your heart. You can do this simply by shifting your attention from your head to your heart. As you do this, you bridge your head and heart, and they operate together. Now…. imagine a ball of white light that is in your heart and shooting the light from your heart to that person you are thinking of. Notice the light going straight from your heart to theirs.

This, my friends, is shooting love. This is a true gift of love. No costs required… just pure fun, love.

What you may notice is how you differently you feel. You might feel more grounded, open, joyful.

Question: So where and when do you shoot love?

Answer: Anywhere and everywhere, anytime you remember.

I do this when I go to get coffee, at the gym while I am riding the bike, during conversations, when I think of someone I love. I do this pretty much whenever I can remember..

It’s fun, easy and the bottom line, it makes me feel like I am helping the world in some way.

So shoot love freely. Have fun with it. Know that the more love you give, the more you will receive.

Sending you love,
Xoxo
Suzanne

 

  • Douglas Derieg

    Suzanne, great advice hope you and your family is doing well. The Derieg family loves you!

    • insyncconsulting

      Thank you Doug I am doing fantastic. Love you all right back!

  • Thank you! XOXO to you too 🙂

    • insyncconsulting

      Thank you Jeff!