Heartful Suggestions



Heartful Suggestions





Thoughts live; they travel far.    
—Swami Vivekananda 


We humans are social beings, and so our growth does not thrive for long in isolation. Our inner growth expands to touch the hearts of others, and our material growth also benefits many around us. We are all connected through the heart, and deep down we are all united in the common wish to live a peaceful, love-filled, joyful, and prosperous life.

You may already be contributing to society through charity or volunteer work, but not all of us can. So, I would like to share with you something we can all do for our fellow beings – 3 heartful suggestions. They bring immense benefit to us, to those around us, and to humanity at large. 

So, when you have a free moment, when you are quiet and there’s nothing else to do, practice these heartful suggestions. They have a ripple effect that spreads both outward and inward! 


Suggestion 1

Everything surrounding us, the air particles, the people, the birds, the trees … everything around us is deeply absorbed in Godly remembrance. All are in osmosis with the Source, and developing increased peacefulness and moderation.


Suggestion 2

Everyone is developing correct thinking, right understanding, and an honest approach to life. They are attaining rightness in action and perfection in character. 


Suggestion 3

Everyone is being filled with love and devotion and real faith is growing stronger in them. Truth and righteousness are getting established in the world. All kinds of distractions faced by our countries and our globe are going away. May this entire Earth be engulfed with peace, with love, with Divine Grace.


Suggestions are more potent when they are offered from the heart rather than just from the intellect. So, first create a state of openheartedness within yourself, and then offer one of the suggestions. Try offering them at various times during the day, when you visit different places, and in different environments. Which one is your favorite? 

All the best,



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