Resentment Seeds, backscratching greed worrying about outcome, fear of people. When a bird gets free, it does go back for remnants, Lefts at the bottom of the cage.
Consciousness is an awareness of self and the interaction that plays with that self. We interact with every facet of our environment, people, objects, subjects, places, dates, ideas etc. From this constant interaction we maintain a constant evaluation of our self, preserving the self and feeding the self while avoiding harm to this self. This is the human condition. These conditions have allowed our species to survive in an unforgiving world.
Terrible events happen in this unforgiving world every single day, rape, genocide, betrayal, infidelity, war etc. the list goes on and on. Precisely, we are confronted with dangers and threats that force us to preserve and protect ourselves from any harm we may perceive.
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned
In the attempt for survival, we become worn down little by little, day by day as the hurts and disillusionment that our lives bring; increase slowly but surely. We wake up one day finding ourselves enraged in bitterness andresentment.
Resentment, a word that often escapes our understanding and is thrown into the recesses of our mind.
The self records injury to itself, never allowing any perceived threat or hurt to pass consciously or subconsciously. In our discernment, we choose to react to this injury or we simply ignore it.
Most of us find excuses that they somehow deserve to be hurt; that they were simply not good enough, and that this hurt is a punishment wether due to karma or due to our own weaknesses and faults. Others, are quite the opposite, in their defence of self, they attack the source of the perceived hurt and push the boundaries of self into an ongoing conflict; this usually taints the perception of that person for a long time, even after the conflict is resolved.
Resentment is a certain colouring, a filter to the way we see someone who has hurt us, a filter that brings distrust and suspicion towards the other; anticipating another betrayal or injury.
As we make our way through life, we accumulate these negative yet powerful experiences and we begin to hold on to feelings of blame, censure, anger, towards the other or even towards ourselves, if directed inwardly. We do so, as to not forget that the opponent may hurt us again.
The results are energetic clusters of pain that are lodged into our pain body. The pain body is simply an outer energy field surrounding the physical body and contains the memory wether conscious or subconscious of every hurt, wound and betrayal ever recorded by our self.
Over time, these clusters of resentment in the pain body cause damage to the etheric body and the energy centers; which consequently apply stress to coressponding glands and organs in the physical body. The result are nodes of inflammation in the body and ultimately the acceleration of oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can cause a list of serious ailments such as hormonal imbalances, autoimmune diseases, adrenal fatigue, mental disorders, and even cancer.
The good news however, is that clusters of resentment in the pain body can be psychicly removed either by yourself with the proper tools, or by a trained energy healer. However, the best tool one can apply to clean the painbody of resentment is forgiveness. Forgiving those who have hurt you and forgiving yourself for failing to protect yourself from these hurts.
In your wellness routine, adding a forgiveness exercise and applying energy healing to your painbody is a great way to finally heal all the parts that make you, You.
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