I've mentioned before reading a book that has caused a seismic shift in my thinking. You can read some of my thoughts on this book, Life Between Lives, here.
Some books take a while to fully sink in, and I think this book is one of those. Lately I've noticed that I've been looking at people as souls inside bodies, as this book describes us, and really focusing on people's eyes and their emotional state (an easy thing to do for an empath).
That, of course, had me thinking about what the world would be like if we were all to relate to people from a soul viewpoint. Rather than looking at people's clothes, or their cars, or their fancy houses or rotten hovels, or their weight, or their bling, or even certain aspects of their personality, we could look deeper -- at the soul within them.
I think that so many people hide behind the facades of their lives so much that they forget their soul within. What if our looking at their soul were to awaken something within them? What if that one deep eye-to-eye gaze were to remind them that they are here for more than just their passions or pains or pleasures? What if enough of us awakening people to their inner soul and its mission here were to cause a seismic shift in our world -- for the better?
Why not try?