Sunday, June 14, 2009

The Spoken Words of Spirit--June 15, 2009

Hatred. It is a difficult emotion to dispose of. It delays and removes happiness from your daily life. If we tell you that it is alright to be upset with a situation, but not to hate it, would that make sense? Our point is more about your thoughts and feelings towards other people, but it does include the fusion with hatred towards things too. We hope that you learn to have a calm and peaceful mind. Doing so will always take away any need or thoughts to be hating anyone or anything. You are better than that.

What we want you to do is to step back from those who hurt you. Many times, it is just basic ignorance and ego that dictates their need to mar a good situation. Your “job” this week is to release as many unhealthy feelings as you can. Release your annoyances. They do no good. This message is all about attitude. The more you strive to make yours loving and blessed, the less you will find yourself with hatred. Many of you nonchalantly use the word to describe any feeling of frustration. “I hate my job. I hate my neighbors. I hate myself. I hate my life. I hate how he or she treats me.” We could go on and on, but in the end, only your mental shifting can remove such restrictive thoughts. Blaming someone else is not going to eliminate the root cause of the problems you encounter or endure.

Consider the life of Jesus. He was persecuted by many, but loved all for who they were. While he may not have agreed with the treatment he was given, with his calm mind, there were never any thoughts of feeling disgusted or hatred. He knew it was a useless way to live life. He knew that there is so much more for each of you to experience. This is your opportunity to change the things you do not like. Remove yourself from relationships that are noxious in nature. Unless it is a career choice, it is not your lot in life to enable those who refuse to help themselves. You should not be denied a lifetime of happiness out of some irrelevant thoughts that you can change whoever it is. All you need to focus on is what brings you peace, calmness and happiness. This is not selfish; it is practical and loving. It is who God wants you to be. Making excuses will never get you to where you want to be. Positive, proactive and tranquil attitudes will encourage you to make this day and all others, a better today. What have you got to lose by making an effort to do things differently so that you do not keep repeating the same patterns that bring you nothing but frustrations? Begin by telling the people you love and admire just that. All anger and hatred diminishes with time, but your mental attitude can speed up the process. May this be a peaceful new beginning for you. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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4 comments:

Soulgrowth said...

That is true. Many of us live in frustrations. We focus so much on the negative side that hinders us from enjoying the blessings we have.

nina said...

Hi Jim,
I have heard, "hate is a poison I drink and expect the other person to die". I accept Spirits "job" for me this week of releasing as many unhealthy feelings as I can. I want the lightness of being that Love brings. Thanks Jim, this message really hit home for me.

Diane said...

Excellent message! I needed to see this today.

Thank you Jim. as always.

Jim Fargiano said...

This one was speaking loudly to a lot of us.