Save yourself to save humanity

Once we start making the shift to spiritual, we want to help people, to guide them into awakening, but first, we must save ourselves. Is not that selfish? No, it is not, because we cannot save others before we are in the boat.
Imagine that you and your girlfriend or your boyfriend are going for a romantic boat trip, just the two of you. You are rowing, and it is a peaceful lake. Suddenly an engine boat, large and fast passing by and creates enormous waves. You both fell over. Since it was a romantic moment, none of you wore life vests, and you both do not know how to swim. So, what do you do? Do you try to save your friend? Even if you try, you will not be able to; you barely keep yourself on the surface.
You think fast, and with a great effort, you climb back into the boat and then throw the life vest to your girlfriend. You are both saved.
Well, this analogy is perfect for your spiritual life. We cannot illuminate others if we do not have the light beaming out of us. We must save ourselves, and that will save so many more. It is not selfish it is the natural course of events.
Moreover, we know that this process will develop as a snowball. The avalanche effect will save many, and ultimately it will save humanity. The whole idea may be looking like a utopia, but we must remember Jesus’ words. “I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘move from here to there’ and it will move; Nothing will be impossible for you.” We have must faith and know that is possible. We must attract that possibility, and the more will be working toward that outcome, the higher chances to succeed we will have. Our consciousness cannot be stopped or removed, especially if we have an agreement.


3 comments on “Save yourself to save humanity”
  1. As they say, if we wish to change the world, we must change ourselves. We must become the change we wish to see in the world. Fantastic post!

    1. Thank you Cristian
      You are too kind

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