Our Love can be Sensed

From our e-book “We are Here to Celebrate”

man and woman shaking hands

MG Satchidananda wrote, “studies in psychology have revealed that most persons form fairly accurate impressions of others within a few moments. It is as if the human being is able to quickly scan others and absorb, even intuitively, many valid factors. However, these impressions provoke reactions that are usually coloured by one’s own tendencies and feelings, which in turn create judgments. For example, a recent study of people being interviewed revealed that interviewees who felt empathy for their interviewers, tended to be selected for the position, even though their answers and qualifications were often not adequate, while interviewees who felt some dislike or antipathy for the interviewer did not succeed, even when their answers and qualification were exceptionally good. This indicates that the interviewers formed judgments about the interviewees based upon subjective factors, including emotions, even intuition, more than upon objective facts. In other words, we have the ability to sense the judgments others have about us”.

“Blessing others, loving others is always a better alternative to judging. Our thoughts and prayers have significant effects on others, and we can really make a difference in the lives of others by our good thoughts and blessings. On an occult level, thought forms have a life of their own. When we think of others, good or ill, we produce thought forms that attach themselves to these persons and influence their behavior and experiences” [1].

Our thoughts are projected outwards in the form of energy and get picked up by the other party. If the thoughts are positive, they will induce positive feelings in the other party and vice versa. That is why loving and kind thoughts attract others into our lives.


[1] ‘Judgment, or How to Avoid Harming Others and Ourselves’ by MG Satchidananda. The article can be found in his website http://www.babaji.ca
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