Spiritual C.P.R., When Is It O.K. to Discontinue?

11/05/2013 09:42

C.P.R. is a procedure to resurrect breathing and a heartbeat to a lifeless body. By breathing oxygen into the lungs we supply an element of life to the bloodstream, and by chest compressions we move oxygenated blood to vital organs. Once C.P.R. begins, there are few reasons to discontinue. You can stop if life returns to the body, the resuscitator is overcome with exhaustion, the scene becomes unsafe, another able resuscitator replaces you, medical staff arrive, or an A.E.D. becomes available. With that said, when is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R.?


In spiritual C.P.R., the divine presence that permeates our soul is the source of all life. Signs of that life are the fruits of the spirit that blossom from our inner being. The goodness of the inward divinity is the breath and heartbeat of our day to day living. Spiritual C.P.R. is the resuscitation of fruitfulness, tranquility, life, and light by the life-giving "oxygen" of the living deity. From here, let's answer the question; when is it O.K. to stop our efforts to revive a soul?


The signs of spiritual life are the blossoms of the fruit of the spirit. Those signs of life include attitudes and behaviors that are kind, shows goodwill, are loving, conveys meekness, gentleness, peace, shares joy, faith, goodwill, and perseveres, with patience and self-control. When those signs are absent, we attempt to resuscitate the soft and moist tenderness of the soul with spiritual C.P.R. Resuscitation may not be possible because of the hardness of the soul, full of hate, violence, pessimism, and terminal rebellion. Now is the time to answer the question, when is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R.? It is OK when you see signs of life return through the spiritual fruit, or you feel exhausted of divine attitudes with inner hardness creeping in, or the situation becomes unsafe and threatens your ability to do good, or another spiritually fruitful person replaces you, or a professional with roots in divine matters arrive, or alternative means are available to interrupt unfruitful behaviors.


When is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R. on someone who seems dead to health concerns? It is O.K. to discontinue 1) when the person shows signs of goodwill to the body 2) when exhaustion of fruitful attitudes come as a consequence of rebellion to your efforts, and you feel unhealthy desires creeping in. For example, desires to use alcohol or narcotics to relieve tension. 3) when the scene becomes unsafe and threatens your health, such as by immersion into a situation that almost forces you to indulge in unhealthy behaviors. 4) when a fellow worker of patience, self-control, and perseverance replaces you to awaken healthy concerns in the "lifeless" one. 5) when a professional health representative steps in with fruitful counsel for those who jeopardize their own well-being 6) when alternative methods are utilized such as hospitals, recovery councils, or long term care facilities.



When is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R. on someone who seems dead to safety concerns? It is O.K. to discontinue 1) when the "cold, dead" person shows signs of desiring a safe and secure lifestyle by a life of peace, meekness, and gentleness. 2) when you feel inward exhaustion, becoming a "nervous wreck" with inner conflict, causing you to respond with threats and ultimatums that make their home unpleasant with unpredictable responses. 3) when a fellow peacemaker who is meeek and gentle arrives to replace you. 4) when the situation becomes unsafe and vengence against your fruitfulness threatens you bodily, trouble-makers follow you home, or their instability becomes chaotic and volatile. 5) when professionals with authority as peace keepers step in to remedy the situation 6) when alternative methods are utilized such as jails, or mental health facilities.   



When is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R. on someone who seems dead to social concerns? It is O.K. to discontinue 1) when the lifeless person shows signs of contributing to social cohesion through love, the desire to belong, acceptance of others, and able to relate sensually by hugs, smiles, and gentle touches. 2) when exhaustion makes you feel dry and parched of cordial attitudes, causing sentiments of hate and intolerance to manifests. 3) when hate crimes are directed at you, they lock you out of their life, they are intolerant of fruitful community attitudes, or you are exposed to sexual abuse. 4) when a social minded person of love, goodwill, and kindness replaces you. 5) when a fruitful professional in social services arrives on the scene. 6) when alternative methods are utilized such as interventions by social agencies, or court interventions.



When is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R. on someone who seems dead to the worth of the supreme deity? It is O.K. to discontinue 1) when the "dead" person shows signs of esteeming the light of the inner divinity by shining with fruitfulness, tranquility, and respect for life. 2) when exhaustion dims the light within yourself, and that "blindness" causes you to berate the person with ridicule and intimidation 3) when the situation turns darkly unsafe because the spiritually lifeless person disrespects spiritual resuscitators, and attempts to manipulate situations against you. 4) when a person arrives to replace you, who also esteems the light of the supreme deity, to shine light on the divinity in others. 5) when a professional arrives who lives in the light of the divine presence, and is able to induce enlightenment 6) when alternative methods are utilized to analyze why the "dead" person wants others to be blind to the guiding light of the supreme being.



When is it O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R. on someone who seems dead to constructive self-expression? It is O.K. to discontinue 1) when the "dead" person shows signs of kindness, goodness, and faith to fuel the stimulation of their words and behaviors. 2) when exhaustion results because every fruittful motion you make encounters a blockade, causing you to "burn-out" with primal urges in what you say and do. 3) when a "heated" situation becomes unsafe with physical aggression, damaging malice, and extreme usury of your goodwill. 4) when someone with faith, joy, and goodness in their words and deeds replaces you with 5) when a profesional negotiator steps in to "burn away" the hostilities of the "dead" persons self-expression to stimulate the spirit of goodwill. 6) when alternative methods are used to activate a motion to overpower the hostile intent in words and deeds.

Some people will deny you the experience of spiritually reviving their soul, being terminally ill with hate, intolerance, and hostility, wanting you to quit. Anger is a tool to rattle your peace as they incite conflict with argumentative and uncooperative attitudes to resuscitation efforts. The intent of their show of depression is to counter the joy of spiritual life, using pessimism to withdraw from revival of the divinity of the soul. The extent of their bargaining allows you to labor with spiritual CPR in exchange for draining you of fruitfulness, tranquility, life, and light. They want to leave you with desolation, conflict, death, and darkness of your inner being. To maintain life with the divinity of the soul, it is necessary to accept the conditions warranting the discontinuation of spiritual C.P.R.


The people who oppose spiritual C.P.R. efforts grow and live in reservoirs where death to the divinity of the soul is the intent. The attitudes that exit those reservoirs are words and behaviors that motivate your life-giving efforts, but then they "burn you out" by their rejection of your responses of goodwill. Those attitudes transfer directly through people who intend to stop every breath and heartbeat that flows from the divinity of the soul. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through people who develop a "death wish" towards difficult people.


The attitude of opposing spiritual C.P.R. enter us from our feelings about the worth of those who seem lifeless spiritually, and where we believe they belong. If we deem people as worthless then we might think they belong in their graves. That degrades the divinity in us, establishing our belonging among those opposing resuscitation of the soul.


Those likely to host the attitude that rejects revival of the inner being are those that become hardened, and refuse to waste another breath on those who oppose the spirit of goodwill and kindness. The susceptible host becomes infected with feelings of neglect and deadly intent to those who make life difficult for them. We can interrupt the cycle of becoming an opponent to spiritual C.P.R. by realizing it is O.K. to discontinue resuscitation efforts, under various circumstances, to maintain the moist and soft tenderness of the soul.


We can make the assessment that it is O.K. to discontinue spiritual C.P.R. under certain situations. The diagnosis is that some people vehemently oppose every breath and heartbeat of the inner divinity within the soul. Even then we plan to revere the fruitfulness, tranquility, life, and light of that supreme deity, the oxygen of our spiritual life. We implement that plan by maintaining life within the moist softness of our inmost being. We evaluate the success of our spiritual C.P.R. according to the signs of life, which are the spiritual fruit. When love, peace, faith, and endurance maintain within our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors then we are successful resuscitators.