Why we have to abandon violence? Part II

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We can’t deny that violence is in us, it’s a part of us as well as kindness is part of us. All polarities are represented in our being, but the choice is still ours to make.
We all are capable of killing or just hurting other being. Only the conjuncture can pull out that unfortunate potential response in us.
Awareness is a must, time is crucial in these cases. More you give time before automatically answering to a situation, fewer chances of becoming violent there are. Breath rarely and deeply many times before making the decision to strike. Remember that violence is the attribute of lower(animal like) beings, who are unable to recognize the destructive force of such bad decision.
Going against the animalistic nature, deciding to create peace in a belligerent situation, will give the person an impetus for further evolution. Is Sometimes instant and the potential enemy transforms into a friend, in the same time getting to learn a lesson of peace prevailing. Sometimes the result appears later on.
Now we also have to be aware that violence is a pattern in our behaviour so deeply rooted that it takes a lot of time and Grace to be able to overcome it, so no need to feel guilt if you are not managing to stop yourself from becoming violent first time, actually it took me thousands of times to become less violent, and the impulse is always there, trying to take over, because like I previously said already we have good and bad inside us, and they’ve always been there. Accept that you have both currents inside, but how we act is always a matter of personal choice.
So don’t be harsh with yourself if you don’t manage to do it at once, especially if you were habitual to get violent. But no matter what, you can choose to step away from the old patterns which are “helping” you to sabotage your own life.
Another trap is that when we manage to transcend the animal inside, we may start having bad experiences, because the low vibration egregor is not allowing us to leave easily, so we may face all kinds of problems, because the “old demons” we let go, want to come back to you and continue “helping” you to self destroy. Patience is the key, but what is for sure, it won’t last forever and you will be picking the fruits of your evolutionary steps that you’ve made.
I am writing this from my own experience and I once again emphasize that it’s definitely not an easy path. It’s the path of the courageous, persevering and patient people.
Throughout the time, if we manage to override the violent response, our life is going to improve, we will lose unnecessary people from our life and better quality people will show up instead. And this goes similarly with whatever unnecessary, bad habits or behaviour we had acquired, but we get rid of.
Like in school, when we think that we achieved something, learned something, or we got rid of unnecessary traits, Life is going to test us, to show if we indeed have learned the lesson, or we are just assuming that wrongly. And the prize for removing of unnecessary traits or behaviour will be different for everyone: for some will be bliss, for other will be getting a better life partner, a new job, financial gain, appreciation and so on, but beware because the prizes may create a new trap of their own!

Why we have to abandon violence? Part I

The essence of the evolution of the individual is taking full responsibility about everything that is happening in our lives.

It doesn’t matter who provokes us, who triggers us, what they say or do. The only thing that matters for us from the evolutionary point of view is our reaction to the “trigger”. We are responsible for own actions and reactions regardless of who did what to us, or who said whatever. We can of course try to find excuses and explanations for violent reactions or other lower vibrational endeavours. What we have to know is that there is no valid excuse for being aggressive. Aggression creates aggression. Brutality is not to be excused.

Violence comes from fear. Although it may sound not real, but indeed violence is a reaction to fear. Fear of losing someone, of being misinterpreted, fear of loosing status, fear of death, fear of getting hurt, … For some it may start making sense. But in order to make sense, courage to accept that we may not be perfect, knowing that we’re most of the time behaving ,inappropriate has to be there.

When one automatically goes with the violent instinct, the situation most of the time degenerates and it may spiral negatively with very bad repercussions following.

Let’s say someone calls us idiots, and we decide to punish them for saying that, and we hit that person. No good thing can come out of that choice of you to become violent. Let’s take some potential consequences: person falls and dies- jail for the aggressor. Person falls and hurt themselves badly… Jail and/or vengeance from the victim who decides to strike back; the person hits us so hard that we die; a fight is born and both get really damaged and the enmity will be for ever, each time they’ll see each other will try to hurt one another; there a multitude of other similar scenarios and none of them is positive. Even let’s just say that you hurt him, and everything goes cold, he forgets, you forget and life continues like nothing happened, still the bad deed will be creating bad situations in your life because somewhere deep inside our being we judged ourselves for doing that.

But all the above situations can be avoided by knowing that you are not an idiot (or whatever the other person calles us) , but deciding to allow the aggressor to have their opinion. Anyway, You can bless(say something peaceful) him, you can just turn around and go, or you can say thank you, … Each of these choices will astonish the aggressor who subconsciously or not consciously was trying to provoke you but it will defuse the potential dangerous situation spirals up. So we always have a choice to avoid any problems, or to go with the old instinct of violence, which is pulling one down, lower and lower because one low vibration actions attracting more and more bad decisions and actions. The aware person can always change the way they are acting consciously.

Is world going to end? Part II

When we believe that world is going to be ending soon, we’re adding on top of the fear that we’re already fed with, since early childhood. It is not going to kill us but it’s going to be another promoter for bad decisions in our lives, because there are no worse decisions than those taken in the midst of emotional turmoil and when the fear is at its peak.

I have been there. I believed that the world was living its last days and all kind of mistakes but I learned out of it. I learned not to worry anymore about any potential incoming cataclysmic event.
For some people cataclysmic events happen every single day. They die, so for them the end of the world already happened. People die in such ways that at the end of the day you realize that it really doesn’t matter anymore how one dies. The funny thing is I was close to die while working in an office as an IT assistant. A desktop computer with two sources and 2 graphic cards, weighing close to 10 kilos fell straight with one of the corners on my head from 1,5-2 meters height. Who would have thought that there is such a hazard while having an IT job, right? It seems that my time wasn’t yet due. So be sure that when the time is right death is but inevitable. Be ready at any point to surrender to it. Live like there’s no tomorrow, from the point of view of making peace with everyone and everything and taking each extra day as a blessing, an extension in which you have to cherish the life and count your blessings.

Embrace death consciously and you will evolve, because one of the biggest fears is the fear of death.

Don’t be afraid, sit back and enjoy death if it’s your turn. Because death is the ultimate experience which helps one evolve. The way we receive this last experience already shape the future life.

Ancient civilizations were preparing for death their entire life. Egyptians for instance no matter if they were poor, middle class or royalty, all were preparing themselves for the departure since their early life.
Thracians, my ancestors, were crying when someone was born in their family and they were partying when one was dying. Because they knew the essence of this life and what’s all about.
The Spartans won battles where they were outnumbered at least 10:1 because they weren’t at all afraid of dying.

Once we realize that we’re not the body(only) and we are immortal souls, the whole self improvement will make sense. Just by being ignorant about our soul immortality and divine essence, makes us live in fear and allows us to behave in a selfish, not caring way for the other, because we are not aware that we are cells of the same body and we are One and it’s silly to hurt ourselves (by hurting others).

Although we seem to understand the last parable about being all cells of the same body, the real depth of it however, is very rarely grasped since it takes a free human being, to fully realize that inside their core.