Jealousy, competitiveness & aggression.
Apr 13, 2019 — Purification track (mp3)
Mitigate any circumstances of jealousy, within or without, having a destructive influence on your life, including unhealthy competition and the aggression this often spawns.
Jealousy can tear lives apart. It can particularly arise in juxtaposition with those we love and often, is oddly triggered by them. Other times we simply covet something or someone else, perhaps without even knowing why, but we suddenly become fixated to the point of even destroying someone or something – and we cannot let go.
The root of jealousy is the very neutral force of our source connection. As all of us surges forward for embodiment in this world, if there are patterns, issues and blocks in the way, that tremendous flow will get choked off and remain unspent. There lies the seeds of powerlessness and frustration when we cannot move past the pressure of our own unexpressed gifts and talents. And, some type of greater force is needed to burst through the layers building up.
Competitiveness comes where we do not know to put our own talents and gifts fully into the world. Competition with others is not bad or wrong, but it may become unhealthy when not rooted in a more healthy competition with ourselves: to be better and improve on our terms. Taking responsibility for our own life path and making the moves, however fearful or angry we might be, to furnish our own selves with what we want and to try to make our own lives happen - the gap closes in which the possibility for unhealthy competition arises.
Event: Reboot groups.
Included: 1 mp3 (21 mins).
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