reply to post by Klaatumagnum
well there is two ways you can see this, but with the predecessor that you know that everything around you externally is also apart of you on a higher
level, so every experience is something you wish to have in order to better understand yourself, and also this allows you to be compassionate towards
other people, imagine like you were split into two people and the two of you were helping each other to become happier.
1. You can repel negative energy
2. You can accept negative energy
I know this is a strange concept but all the true answers are within what we wish to cast out.
You are not actually taking on the negative energy, rather you are allowing a path for it to be removed, it doesn't actually affect you, it actually
makes you much wiser, and grow stronger in your own personal power (not a selfish, greedy power). Of course if you are dealing with people who are
messed up in negative entities, this would affect you, I would suggest to stay away from these people unless you know exactly what you are doing.
Lets just say if some one blows up at you for doing something wrong and you decide to fire back at them, arguing, judging blaming. Energetically,
it's like you are fighting fire with fire, sword against sword.
But if you decide to sit their and not react without taking what the individual says personally, and just see that they are having a problem which
they need to free, kind of a build up of negative energy.
When you allow yourself to understand where this person is coming from, (think of the same time when you just wanted to blow up - let off some steam
but you just kept getting fired back at) you can help them free the negativity by holding a space - what this means is that you don't really cast
anything upon them like judgments or attitudes, you are just there for them at that very moment to help pop the bubble - it's like the negative
energy goes straight off them passes through you and is sent home so to speak, or back to balance - this part I am still grasping myself, all I know
is that once the situation has finished, a lightness of the body can be felt, the other individual will feel the same but you will probably notice it
after a few practice goes. Let a person go crook at you, and get them into talking about whatever they feel, feeling is the key. If you ask some more
questions on exactly what you would like to know I would be happy to answer.
The subconsciousness mind knows where to take the individual, but if they are thinking out the anger it doesn't get down deep, they need to talk
about feeling the anger, it leads them straight to the very first cause of this repetitive pattern, it may have actually nothing to do with what you
have done to trigger their behaviour, because usually it happens from beliefs we form which are not really what we are. Sometimes it hits a very deep
spot and brings out some very deep emotions and you can feel this moving through you when you become sensitive to it, it's incredible. And if you are
the person that is freeing it, afterward you arms and legs feel like energy is racing through them, I've had the experience where my heart felt like
it was going to explode through my chest, and my teacher told me that this was normal when you freed something of importance. it was so weird, yet so
liberating. If you can find a partner and describe these steps and if they are prepared to do this for you and you for them, you are going to
seriously change your lives.
The other thing we need to learn is that we usually only do things for others with conditions, in our minds we will say, I'll do this for you and I
expect that you will do this for me in return. This behaviour does not serve the purpose of helping others, it's a form of control that we need to
release. Do something for some one regardless of what you will get in return. when you have this view, people will do the most lovely things for you,
and it's always a nice suprise.
Control is so deeply intwined in how we react with others, it's a process in which we represent our own efforts to control our mind but outwardly and
not inwardly. Remove the belief that you need to control outwardly and practice and discipline your mind to be in control, when it is - you will cease
having the 'need' to control others. It's so unconscious, observe yourself through out you day and see how many times you actually try and control
people, even when you are in the traffic and won't let some one in, you speed up next to them or cut them off, what do you think this is?