Has anyone focused on making another person feel good inside? Not just in general but really trying consistently?

For example, promoting happy thoughts, making them laugh, ignoring whatever other people may make fun of them for, etc. Creating a nice reality for them in your presence....

As an experiment, I used a classmate in a college course and every time we had class, made that classmate feel as good as possible, without them knowing or being too obvious.

During that time, I probably felt the most alive of any time I can remember.

Is there any topic on the spiritual side of such a thing? Anyone else tried a similar "experiment"?

Thank You.

asked 27 Jul '10, 23:38

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People do better when they feel good. They are healthier, happier and more productive. This is true whether you are in class or running a business.

The best supervisors and business owners know that they get the best work out of their people when they feel good about themselves and the work they are doing. The way that is done is by treating people with respect, giving them autonomy to get their work done in the best way possible, paying them a respectable wage, and so forth.

In fact, there is an entire body of knowledge devoted to the art and science of motivating people. Part of that art is to hire people who also believe that respecting others and helping them be happy in their work is important.

This should come as no surprise to the Law of Attraction enthusiasts. The basic idea behind the LOA is to "feel better," and by feeling better, to attract good things into your life.


answered 28 Jul '10, 15:16

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edited 28 Jul '10, 15:25

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