A spiritual hello can help remind you of who you really are

You may already know how good it feels to receive a real hello.

When someone gives you a true, non-judgmental hello, she or he is giving you a spiritual hello. That person is saying hello to the true you, and that can be a beautiful feeling, and a healing for you.

When another person says hello to you, to the real you, it feels nice. You are welcomed and included, you are being seen. You’re being acknowledged for existing as you are right here and now, and for having value.

Whether you know each other or not, a spiritual hello can be given and received in any situation. A spiritual hello can also help remind you of who you are.

This is quite a different experience than when you are feeling judged or ignored.

Sometimes people don’t receive a hello to their spirit, but instead to the picture of what they are ‘supposed’ to be.

Women get hellos to their beauty, men to their success, and everyone gets hellos to how much money they have, what they do for a living, who their friends are, etc. You can get a hello on so many things that are not the real you. Your own family or group may not want to say hello to the real you, because they want you to be like they are. If you don't match or fit into the group, you can feel alone even in a crowd, because nobody sees you.

What happens when you don’t ever receive a real hello to your spirit, when you don’t get seen?

You feel lonely, invisible, and sad. One of the greatest causes of human pain is loneliness. Never being seen and said hello to can create a deep loneliness.

Everyone has a unique energy, a one of a kind spirit. When you say hello to the spirit of another person, you are giving her or him a gift. It’s easier to have a real communication, one that feels true to you, when you come from the perspective of “hello, I see you”.

When you see others as being whole, powerful, complete, and just as important as you are, you see a more truthful picture of that person’s spirit. There is a difference between saying hello to someone’s invalidation, fear, illness, or unconsciousness, and saying hello to the real spirit of that person.

As a clairvoyant, I was trained to say hello to the true spirit of another person, without judgment. This is one of the most valuable things I’ve learned to do in my life. Knowing how to give this hello has helped me in more ways than I can count.

Beautiful things happen in your world when you give a hello to others, and here’s a few of them.

1. Your hello spreads peace. When you acknowledge another person’s existence, you are giving. When we do this for each other, even if we don’t know each other, even if we are from different countries, tribes, groups, and families, we create peace with our hello. I acknowledge you when I say hello, and you do the same for me.

2. Your hello to others brings success to you. We live in a connection economy. When you say hello to people in your business, you let them know you value them as people. People who get a hello from you are more likely to bring you their business.

3. You improve your relationships. When you make an effort to say hello to the people you have relationships with, those who are in your life every day, you can create happier, warmer relationships. Just try it and see. Really look at those you live and work with, and say hello to them. Repeat.

A spiritual hello is consciousness.

You change the world with your hello.

You can start today by saying hello to those who you meet, those who serve you your meal, or check out your groceries. Say hello to your neighbors, your work mates, your employees. Try it while you’re in traffic – imagine sending a hello to those in the cars all around you. Just let it go when you say hello – don’t hold onto it or expect anything back.

Even if you say hello to someone who doesn’t say hello back, you’ve had an effect. Move on and say it again to the next person. You never know how your hello may help or affect a person you’ve given it to. Just as you would give a gift without expecting one in return, give your hello.

  • ©Kris Cahill
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