‘When my father was very ill, I had to spend long hours waiting in a hospital corridor. Everyone around seemed busy and stressed. I consciously started to send out vibrations of peace. When I did this, a sweet smile naturally came out of their faces. Before long, people were smiling back at me and the atmosphere lightened. So I knew that thought vibrations were having an impact on others, although everyone was just as busy as before,” recalled B.K. Jayanti, London-based author, international speaker and peace emissary.
In a crisis, the usual reaction is to get up and do something. However, a peace campaign espouses the opposite: Be peaceful and it will do the work.
If somebody misused your trust, will you feel cursed? If you’re a gentle person and you work with a bossy colleague who keeps you on pins and needles, will you tolerate it until you’ve reached the boiling point?