In our monthly Shinkiko retreat seminar, we talk about how the participants come together because of positive energy.
Each person has been brought together to have a positive influence on each other, in other words, to have a good relationship with each other, so we try not to waste that opportunity as much as possible.
Also, even if you don’t attend our retreat seminar, if you can charge your Ki and emit good energy, you will meet more people who can have a positive influence on you.
December is a time when we often come into contact with other people for various occasion, such as year-end parties and Christmas parties, so I would like to share some advice to help you feel the value of interaction so that you don’t miss the chance to learn new things.
For example, through interactions at our center and sharing at seminars, you may gain new perspectives and ideas, or even focus on things you are not conscious of.
The important thing here is that by becoming aware of it, it becomes easier for the light to reach the negative energy involved, and it becomes easier to receive support from the positive energy, which has a big impact on one’s own growth. It makes an impact.
So, if you are not used to interacting with people you don’t know well, start with small steps.
For example, at a center, you can start with a simple self-introduction, greeting, and light conversation.
By building a relationship little by little, your interactions will naturally become more enjoyable.
At that time, finding common interests is one way to promote interaction.
For example, having a conversation with someone who has the same hobbies and interests will be more natural and enjoyable, and by being able to empathize with similar concerns, you can turn negative energy into positive energy.
So try to find some common topic.
Also, in order to receive positive Ki support, it is important to maintain a positive attitude toward interactions.
Is there any point in actively participating in conversations with others, being open-minded, and listening to what others have to say without taking anything negative? By thinking positively, you can maximize the value of your interactions.
It’s also a good idea to put yourself in such situations regularly and practice.
If you notice even the slightest change in yourself, you will receive even more support.