Finding Grace

Life is an unpredictable series of lessons learned through experiences that we face.  In such life, we travel through space and time.  During our place in this time and space we will collide into different events, situations, scenarios, circumstances, and experiences that may cause us to confront emotional and spiritual conflict.  In the midst of such unexpected conflicts, it is easy for us to become hurt and offended or to feel jaded and trapped by unfair treatment and unjust encounters.  For instance- we are doing the best that we can at our job and we get demoted or even laid off.  Or perhaps we commit to a mutually monogamous relationship with our partner to find that he or she has cheated and lied.  Or even more so we have negotiated a seemingly fair business transaction to find that the end result left us ripped-off by some underlying stipulation based upon a sneaky and selfish gain from our business partner.  Suddenly we become distraught from this feeling of betrayal or disappointment and it ignites a fire inside our emotional core of consciousness that we are thrown so far beyond our spiritual path of humanity.  We may react in ways that represent anger and hatred for such betrayals.  We may curse the name of our exes and renounce the love that we once had.  We may decimate the reputation of the company where we dedicated our hard work and time.  We may even express the bitter sorrow of grief that was unexpectedly handed to us by making business plans with the devil (always read the fine print in any contract before you sign).  But what we may come to learn from these hard experiences are lessons of how to prevent such situations from happening again, as they do not resonate with our spiritual wholeness.  And furthermore, we can understand and comply with a more graceful result in how we choose to react.  When you are light as air and get burned by the fire that you provide fuel to, the course of dark magick can eat you alive; leaving you as a pile of hot ash.  However, once ash becomes walked upon by the feet of great men and women, we can then understand alternative ways to process and handle such attacks.  When reacting to the mistreatment and injustice of evil workings in a way that replicates or mirrors the reflection of energy that seeks your soul, it is easy for us to mimic such behaviors and, in our own defense, become offensive in return.  Even though this technique can be viewed as a natural reaction to create a sense of fairness and justice for wrongdoings onto us, this type of reaction will nearly always result in defeat.  The reason that this style of reaction results in defeat is because our anger and resentment toward such spiritual attacks takes away our white magic.  An angry reaction for the sake of returning to “justice” will never create true justice because we have hopped the fence and joined the dark side.  And as a result of joining the dark side, we lose control of ourselves and allow evil forces to manipulate how we portray our character.  Dark forces (bottom-feeding sloths) seek to create company among its dark existence, as they seek no higher truth to find the happiness created from working with light.  And when allowing ourselves to join forces with such dark entities when faced with their evil ways, we can choose to react as their reflection or to ignore their existence and move forward toward the path of light where we may better belong.  From experience, I can say that the best reaction to such attacks is the capacity and strength to ignore such evil.  By doing so, we create grace within our realm of being.  However, I can also say, from experience, that by reacting in a way that reflects the pain that has been aimed toward us during such attacks, we set ourselves up to be misconstrued, misinterpreted, misjudged (about our intent), and portrayed as the weakness that we have become.  We become tarnished by the filth that we allowed ourselves to acknowledge.  The greatest lesson we develop from such experiences is that we may learn how to gracefully protect ourselves from patterns of darkness by avoiding entanglements with sociopathic, self-serving arrangements and to also ignore and disinclude the acknowledgement of their being.  When we reach this level of awareness, we find grace and higher fulfillment.  The rest will fall into place.

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