Do you have compassion?Written by Jean Slatter


My dear friend and mentor, Dayana Jon, gave me an extraordinary definition of compassion from her higher guidance, AMAG: compassion is the utmost respect and honoring of another’s choice even though it is one that you would never make yourself.

Take a fresh look at your life. Whatever you are going through ask yourself, “What is it I am trying to know the truth of?  What do I now know about ….?” Rather than feeling like a victim, consider how differently you would perceive life knowing it was your divine intention. From the place of a curious creator you can look upon your life as a grand journey of discovering the truth of every experience you are going through.


Jean Slatter

Jean Slatter

Jean Slatter is an accomplished author and inspirational speaker who is helping thousands to receive clarity, direction and purpose through their direct access to Higher Guidance.

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1 Comment

  1. Bruce on April 3, 2013 at 5:52 am

    I get and agree with the compassion definition. Through Neal Walsh’s “Conversations With God” programs I have felt the truth in the idea that there is no right or wrong, there is just that which serves you and that which does not. So I feel in-line with Jon’s definition. I even understand there is worth in what I am experiencing and going through. I just don’t understand what is meant by knowing the truth of what I am going through. I understand that what I am going through is to teach me to be more assertive but what is meant by knowing the “truth” of it?

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