The forth spot of Tapping Into Kindness, Wrongdoings, reminds us that every experience has a lesson, a gift, a blessing even when things do not go as planned. When things go wrong, when facing blessings in disguise, we breathe, validate our feelings and then give ourselves the opportunity to explore “what’s right with this?” –no what’s wrong but what’s right.
To acknowledge the benefits of each life experience -and to let go what does not serve us- contribute to our health and wellbeing. By cultivating this affirming attitude, life may reveal to us unpredictable and surprising opportunities. By choosing to be there for ourselves no matter what, we give ourselves a break and another chance to grow.
The Tapping Into Kindness teachings are very simple, as simple as the greatest revelations we realize throughout our lives. However, these teachings are not easy to practice, because it is not easy to be mindful of our thoughts, feelings and actions in order to be proactive rather than reactive. To choose growth and transformation is not easy but it is worthy –just like giving birth can be difficult and painful but well worthy. The Tapping Into Kindness campaign does not teach us anything, it reminds us what we already know intuitively, that practicing compassion, unconditional love and kindness we can reach the sky while keeping our feet on the ground.
Combining her experience in the world of moving images and her need to share spiritual tools that can make our lives a worthy adventure, Rev. Sonia Echezuría conceived Tapping Into Kindness, a series of 5 spots that help us remember that, when facing challenging situations, we always have the option of breathing, validating our feelings and choosing a kinder response to share with the world. These on-line doses of kindness are posted on YouTube and you can access them by searching ‘Tapping Into Kindness’ in Google and YouTube or by visiting us en.nolapeles, or soniaechezuria.com.