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Compassion

Compassion is wisdom of the heart. It is loving kindness that is guided from the higher self and acts for the good of all.

Without wisdom compassion has no boundaries, thus it is about showing love and kindness while knowing people are responsible for their own lives. It does not mean we support their behaviour, but rather we allow them to have their own experiences without attachment. This means we have compassion for their suffering, not their actions.

Compassion is often confused with empathy. Empathy is more about putting ourselves in the place of another thus to understand. However, a person with compassion will usually have empathy. Compassion is more about wanting to help ease suffering. We are all here to learn compassion and the developing of it brings inner peace to many.

True compassion is not manifested out of wanting to help those who have less than us, but rather from the realisation we are one with all beings. Much of compassion is more about our state of being rather than physically doing, thus it does not always require one to act on their feelings of compassion, as it can be more about intent and approach to life.

A compassionate heart treats all even handed. We often recognise those with compassion in their hearts, not by what they are doing so much, but by the essence of their energy and being. People are often drawn to others that radiate that energy in their hearts, because they feel included in their universal heart.

You often recognise those with compassion in their hearts, not by what they are doing so much, but by the essence of their energy and being. People are often drawn to others that radiate that energy in their hearts, because they feel included in their universal heart.

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