Our own painkillers

When we accept our unhappiness, when we accept our anger, frustration, fear, worry anxiety and all these negative emotions and energies we allow them to be. We take the energy from them, we recognise that they are there and stop the fight.

It is the internal fight and denial of these things that lead to the suffering, they create negative vibrational frequencies and energies within us, that affect our mental and physical health. It is felt in every cell of our body and it remains there if we keep fighting it. In addition, we transmit them to others. We send out our negative energies and they affect others too and then how they react with us. We get trapped in on our negative energy, it’s just reflected back at us and so it continues.

It is always the resistance to what is, the denial of what has already occurred, that cause the friction, the tension, the negativity, the pain within. When we let go and welcome and accept all feelings and emotions, whatever they are, then there will be peace within. When we accept and welcome our unhappiness, it takes away its negative energy, we are no longer feeding the pain through our fight against not wanting to be unhappy.

We feed our own internal pain, when we let go, accept, we create your own ‘painkillers’, by our surrender to what is and then we change the negative energy to positive energy. It comes through our presence and consciousness.

Other person’s shoes

When someone is angry, or rude, or frustrated or she/he behaves in a way that is not their normal way of behaving, instead of reacting the same towards them, perhaps we we could choose to seek to understand.

What is happening in the other person’s mind that is causing them to lash out, to react?

We always want to judge first, to see how that person’s behaviour affects our little story, our ego always wants to personalise it, to see it in terms of how does this affect me?

If we all choose to empathise, understand and be compassionate first, then we could all suffer less.

We could all learn to walk in the other person’s shoes and show kindness.