Have you ever wanted to be a better person, to give great service, but sometimes felt blocked? I certainly did! As a child, my parents taught me that I needed to "help" others, in other words, to be of "good service," I wanted to help, however, I did not believe I had enough good qualities to be helpful. I sometimes felt too shy, too selfish, too angry, too insecure, etc. to be able to give good service.
Although, I did pursue "helping" professions as I grew older ( i.e., elementary education, counseling & guidance, psychology), I always wanted to do and be more. I often attended various workshops and classes to learn more and to grow as a person. Late one evening, I turned on the television and saw a documentary about a beautiful spiritual mother. The show touched me and I shared with someone I respected how I wanted to be like this woman - so loving, warm, happy, open hearted, able to help heal others. The person whom I shared this with said something like, " Well, you have to be born that way." I was devastated! I felt so sad that no matter what I did to improve myself, there would be limits on how "good" I could be and thus how much I could serve.
However, I have since found great hope! I feel extremely grateful and blessed that I have learned (and am continuing to learn) how to transform my many blockages to be able to give greater service and to be more of the person I want to be. I am most appreciative that I have had several wonderful teachers from various fields, cultures, and spiritual traditions who have helped me. I am especially grateful to my current teachers, Dr. & Master Zhi Gang Sha and his Worldwide Representatives. They serve as tremendous role models of great unconditional universal service!
Since following Dr. & Master Sha's teachings and practices, receiving various services, and just by being in the presence of Dr. & Master Sha and his Worldwide Representatives, I have noticed a HUGE change in my confidence, compassion, wisdom, service, and more (just doing this blog is a great example of my change. I considered myself a shy, private person who would not even imagine doing a blog or participating in type of social media)!
This blog will reflect my journey to provide greater good service to all souls and thus becoming more of the person I want to be. I hope to include strategies, tips, insights, resources, experiences and more that can also help others become the person they want to be - whether it is to be happier, healthier, more confident, and/or to also be of greater service! Please join me on this journey!
Please feel free to comment, ask questions, and let me know how I can better serve you!
In love and gratitude and in humble service,