We are here---aah—it is difficult with the energy of an angry person close by. You must send love. You must know that eventually it will become--- you may know long before but it WILL become clear to that person—that negative behaviour with no evidence of love---will become apparent that the common denominator is the angry one, not ALL the others as this one may think.
Do difficult people and situations follow you around? You can give the anger out to your friends and receive it back from a stranger or someone you thought was a good friend, a different friend. Then the reaction will be,”I have done nothing to him/her. Why did he talk to me like that?”
The finger will point at behaviour over and over until the person gets it---until the person says, ”Oh maybe I’m getting it back?” silently or not.
Meanwhile do your best. Be kind, thoughtful and not a doormat. Leave, be unavailable for lash outs and freak outs. Abuse is abuse.
Anger is abusive, when sent again and again. When anger is sent repeatedly, yet the anger sender has a limited social calendar (few contacts for venting such anger), the anger can return through things breaking and constant negative interchanges with others whether instigated by the angry person or not.
Let’s not waste a life, be alive, enjoy, be grateful and laugh whenever possible. Do not allow the anger to short out your energy, manifesting the best is possible.
Just say your truth with love. Some say the truth hurts, it will if there is malice behind it. The ego could be so wrapped up, it needs to feel good at another’s expense. That is unhealthy, yet it happens daily.
Breathing, yoga, qui gong, meditation can all help build confidence and belief in the self. In that way, you can believe in another. The ego becomes balanced rather than in control.
Love, laugh, enjoy, be grateful, life is to be lived with as much joy as possible. Don’t look for the negative, you will see it. Just don’t worry. Concentrate on the positive.
Believe in self and life is great!!!
Thank you angels