Thursday, February 6, 2014

The Power Of Love

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and most of us are conjecturing about love and its facets in our lives. Many of us may be speculating if we are truly loved, some of us hurriedly engaged in believing that we are on the path of finding it. Whatever is our state of love, the essence of it lies in the special feeling of being desired.

The life and love we create is most definitely the life and love we live. Feeling loved transforms us as bearers of good. Wherever we go we begin to create an atmosphere of goodness around us, and inadvertently spread a sense of well-being to others. Love pushes us to do good things for ourselves without thinking excessively about it, and ultimately induces in our minds good thoughts about ourselves. In the process the impact love has on us constructs positive emotions and yields positive outcomes because we begin connecting to our innate goodness. And from that place we will bring it to others.

The only thing we never get enough of is love; and the only thing we never give enough of is love ~Henry Miller

Although love is inherently free, it cannot be restrained, bought or sold. It is a feeling of immense proportions that is sensed deep within. One of the best feelings of being in love is the magnitude of its magic. Emotions are contagious. People catch them from others. So, when your love is acting lovingly toward you, it’s natural for you to feel joyous and terrific.

The feeling of love is also electric. It draws us to its magic and imbibes in us the power to spread the charm. Love is always expressed in actions but felt in the heart. Expressing love is important. To feel it deep within, it is important to understand the expression of its actions towards us. Like a force of nature, it captivates our senses and entices our hearts. We cannot command love, just invite it but never dictate it.

When we are loved, we tend to feel it spontaneously around us. But the question is how does it work? Is there an extrasensory perception in the heart that is able to read the feelings in another person’s heart?

Love is really not that fragile or supernatural. On the contrary, it’s pretty practical and down-to-earth. Our hearts take cues from our senses. Everything we see, hear, taste, touch or smell teaches us about our universe. We don’t need to contemplate or ask questions. Our sensory organs report to our brains, and our brains interpret the data and send the report to our hearts. So, if we see a loving smile, hear loving words, or feel a loving touch, the brain processes this information and concludes that indeed we are the fortunate carriers of love.

We live in a cynical world, where purity is hard to strive for. There are so many of us deprived of being loved. Consider yourself fortunate to find love, to love yourself and to spread that love to others. The difference it can make in this distrustful world is enormous. The effect it can bring to the ones around is worth striving for.

And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make ~ Paul McCartney

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