Love Skill #52 – Flood with Comfort

 

Flood with Comfort

By Shannon Peck 

 

As a Love Master,
you can bring Love’s flood of comfort
to everyone you know

What would it feel like for you to be flooded with comfort right now? How would it change how you presently feel?

From the moment comfort arrives, our hearts feel swept with relief. We begin to let go of fears, anxiety, burdens, and doubts tightly held within. Comfort brings soothing ease from stress. It brings hope to areas that lie in hopelessness. Any troubled area receives immediate attention. Worry begins to leave. Uneasy feelings are replaced with positive openings.

Don’t you wish this for everyone in the world? Don’t you believe that most everyone would welcome the experience of such full comfort? We all need more of Love’s healing comfort.

As a Love Master, you can bring Love’s flood of comfort to everyone you know. This doesn’t place you higher than others, nor does it assume you look down on others as though to pity their weakness. And it doesn’t make you their teacher or adviser. A comforter is one who serves another’s needs and offers something loving to gently help the other person.

As a comforter, you are Love’s fresh waters, alleviating any fear, worry, or pain that the person might be experiencing. This doesn’t mean you must fix their problem, only to bring comfort.

Others may never know that you are intentionally offering them comfort. But a Love Master is called into the action of comfort whenever others are speaking their stress, worry, fear, or doubt.

As a Love Master, listen for your cue. Find ways to offer comfort that others can happily receive so they can feel wonderful about themselves and reunited with Love.

Here are examples of words you might share to offer comfort with others:

  • “What’s going on in your life right now? I’d love to know and be closer to you.”
  • “You look sad today. Would you like to share with me what’s going on in your heart?”
  • “I’m so sorry you are unhappy. How can I help you feel better?”
  • “Thank you for being so open. I understand how you feel.”
  • “I’m going to hold a high thought for you and envision Love bringing all the comfort you need.”
  • “I want you to know that I care about you and wish great joy for you.”

Statements like these speak directly to another’s heart and bring deep comfort. Others will feel your love.


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