Unlocking the Power of Innocence: A Path to Inner Peace
When we think about being innocent, we might think of a young child or a playful puppy. There’s something special about innocence that makes us feel safe and happy. Have you ever thought about your own innocence? What if you could increase it, make it even stronger and purer?
Bentinho talks about this idea in a way that’s pretty cool. He suggests that if we take the innocence we have now and multiply it – by 10, 100, or even 1,000 – we can tap into something powerful. Imagine that: your innocence becoming so strong, it’s like a superpower!
What does this super innocence feel like? It’s like being completely open, honest, and without any need to pretend. There’s no pride or wanting to own things. It’s all about being as free as you can be.
Why is innocence so important, though? Well, it’s like when we were really young and hadn’t learned to worry about what’s right or wrong, this or that. Being that innocent puts us in touch with a part of ourselves that’s really happy and peaceful. It’s like being in a state of pure joy, where everything feels right and good.
Ben also says that this kind of innocence isn’t just nice to have; it’s actually super powerful. It can protect us, support us, and bring us a lot of good things – like grace, miracles, and even magic. It’s a part of who we really are, deep down, before we start getting all caught up in the complicated stuff of life.
It’s important to remember this innocence, especially when we’re busy with our daily lives. It helps us not to forget where we came from and where we want to go – both in how we live our lives and how we treat other people.
So, how can you get more in touch with your innocence? Try this: close your eyes, take a deep breath, and think about your innocence. Then, imagine it getting stronger and bigger. What does that feel like? Keep thinking about it and let that feeling grow.
Remember, it’s not about being naive or not knowing things. It’s about being open and pure, just like when we were kids. This Bible verse reminds us of that: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” It means that being innocent and open is really important for finding peace and happiness.
So, let’s all try to be a little more innocent. It might just make the world a nicer place for all of us.