Why We Need One Another

When you meet anyone, treat the event as a holy encounter. It’s through others that we either find or learn to love our true self. When you see only beauty and worthiness in others, you’ll have the same returned to you. Nothing is accomplished without others. A Course in Miracles says this so well:

Alone we can do nothing but together our minds fuse into something whose power is far beyond the power of its separate parts. 

The kingdom cannot be found alone and you who are the kingdom cannot find yourself alone. When you eliminate the concept of separation from your thoughts and your behavior, you begin to feel your connection to everything and everyone. You’ll begin having a sense of belonging, which enables you to scoff at any thought of being separate. This feeling of connectedness originates with and helps you process all of your interactions from the point of view of equality.

By recognizing others as co-creators, you match up with your Source and move into a state of grace. 

If you’re seeing yourself as either inferior or superior, you’ve disconnected from the power of intention. Your desires will be frustrated unless you connect with and support other people. How you interact with your universal support team is significant. How you view others is a projection of how you view yourself.

Consistently seeing others as worthless means that you’re erecting a roadblock for your potential allies. See others as weak and you’re simultaneously attracting weak energies. Persistently viewing others as dishonest, lazy, sinful, and so on may mean that you need to feel superior. Constantly seeing others critically can be a way of compensating for something you fear. But you don’t even need to understand this psychological mechanism. All you have to do is recognize how you view others. If there’s a pattern of seeing others as failures, you only need to notice the pattern as evidence of what you’re attracting into your life.

It’s so important to see interactions as holy encounters, because this sets in motion an attractor energy pattern. 

In a holy relationship, you attract the collaboration of higher energies. By bringing higher spiritual energy to everyone you encounter, you dissolve lower, negative energies. When the energies of kindness, love, receptivity and abundance are present in your relationships, you have brought the elixir of spiritual Creation or the love of the Creator right into the mix.

Now those forces begin to work on everyone in your environment. The right people magically appear. The right materials show up. The phone rings and someone gives you the information you’ve been wanting for months. Strangers offer suggestions that make sense to you.

These types of coincidences are like mathematical angles that coincide, or fit together perfectly. Treat others as co-creators and have divine expectations for them. Don’t view anyone as ordinary, unless of course you wish to have more of the ordinary manifest into your world.

If your expectations for yourself center on being normal, just getting along, fitting in and being an ordinary person, you’ll resonate to ordinary frequencies, and you’ll attract more of normal and ordinary into your life. Furthermore, your impact on others as potential allies in co-creating your intentions will also revolve around ordinary.

The power of intention occurs when you’re synchronized with the all-creating universal force, which is anything but ordinary. 

This is the power that’s responsible for all of creation. It’s ever-expansive, and thinks and creates in terms of endless abundance. When you shift to this higher energy and resonate more in harmony with intention, you become a magnet for attracting more of this energy into your world. You also have this kind of impact on everyone and everything you’re in contact with.


–Dr. Wayne Dyer 
drwaynedyer.com

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