We inevitably go through periods or moments that we feel alone.
Our thoughts cloud reality and separate us from others in this world.
Finding common humanity in these thoughts will help you to figure out where you belong.
You cannot be where God didn’t put you so let’s explore the importance of commonality between humans.
The Importance of Common Humanity
Sadness comes from the belief that we are separate from others.
Our physical senses reinforce that belief.
On a deeper level, we get to look at how we are all the same.
When you are willing to look you can see that age, race, sex, sexual preference, weight and all other demographics have only the meaning we assign to them.
Our common humanity comes from our likeness and sameness which gives us the ability to connect with others.
Humans thrive for knowing we belong. Whether it’s to family, friends, a team or a partnership.
This is how we thrive in life, we learn from one another, support one another and love without limits.
Our expansion of life force energy depends solely on loving one another without boundaries.
Common Humanity Leads you to Finding Happiness
The saying “Misery loves company” can easily be turned into “Happiness loves company”.
Have you ever spent time with someone and then noticed your mood shift. Whether good or bad isn’t important.
The point is that things can go either way, what you focus on and who you surround yourself with will ultimately become the vibration you emit as well.
We want to know people can relate to what we are going through, we call this empathy.
When others empathize with our situation we find a connection, a sense of belonging with them.
This all has to do with the fact that you are already a vibrational match for that person. You can learn from them, you mirror one another in some form that will help you grow.
Happiness comes from progress. Receiving support from someone who has or is going through what you are experiencing will help you progress more easily through the situation.
Accepting gentleness and understanding through support allows you to have self-compassion.
Being Kind to Yourself Through Common Humanity
There is not a person I know who hasn’t dealt with some form of self-hate or loathing at some point in their lives.
If you know someone free from this martyrdom, likely they have decided that this was not serving their higher calling.
And I agree, it totally doesn’t support us, it squashes our growth.
When you notice that others have made the same mistakes and still love themselves you recognize that you also have that ability. This takes practice and patience.
I assure you it doesn’t happen overnight and even when you think you have it beat, sometimes you still fall off the wagon.
That’s ok. You are human.
The only form we can expect perfection is in our spirit. The good news is this is what you truly are.
You aren’t the thoughts that tell you you aren’t good enough or the ones that shame you for your mistakes.
The most wealthy and even saint-like people have made mistakes.
The severity level of the awfulness from our past mistakes is only a belief.
Our ego is always looking for the support of the lies we’ve told ourselves, our spirit only ever offers unconditional love.
Being kind to yourself, knowing that others have experienced similar mistakes and you are still worthy of love.
I promise you are where someone else is striving to be and we could all use some unconditional love but this starts with you.
Giving and receiving are the same, you can pass it on to others as you give it to yourself.
And you can only be open to what you are offering.
Much love, unconditionally!