Feeling Negatively Better deserves capital letters.
This is what you do (for example) when someone cheats on you, when you tell everyone that the cheater is the Bad Guy/Girl.
It feels sort of badly/good to take your wounding out in public over and over
again, and each time it does - you wound yourself more - it's like the fleas
that fly off the blanket you shake, end up all over you again.
It's ugly to watch.
Feeling Negatively Better is also something that arises when you say
something like - 'she thinks she is wonderful - but look at her
It's a false and dirty way to score points.
Putting someone else down - no matter what experience they gave you -
or what they reveal to you - is actually impossible because it's YOU who goes
You are standing daily on a platform.
Whatever your platform consists of - it's what you ultimately
experience life from. It's a simple, magnetic world we live in. Clinging to shit
means it clings to you, you don't smell sweet either and it side tracks you from
the main theme of your life - which should be, to be able to dazzle with your
own personal brilliance.
Marianne Williamson says 'that which you cannot celebrate for others,
will not be drawn into your own life.'
It's true. It's a cycle.
If you wish to attack others for any reason, or for their shining - you are certainly not shining yourself. Should you waste your time in this way? All thought is energy.
Who really wins?
There is a good chance that if this is one of your practices, one of your deep seated reasons for being scared to shine, is that you are fearful of being attacked by someone who has the same practice.
Sometimes you must shine regardless and set a benchmark. And when you do, if you come under attack from less developed souls, you must just see that they are coming from their place of fear. And wish them better.
Your platform is strongest when you trust your mission.
So shine. And go with what feels loving, pure and good.
You'll feel Positively Better.
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Energy expert, Deb is also a spiritual teacher, healer, writer and artist.