When we have anger inside we are more likely to be attacked by an angry person. We will see the anger in others and react to it. We will either chime into their negative disposition or feel angrier. Or we will feel justified with our anger, or maybe we will look at them and judge their demeanor.
On the other hand, if we are a happy person, being attacked by an angry person, we will see the anger (if we see it at all – at one point in our unfoldment our consciousness will no longer recognize the “wrong”) and feel compassion only. No need to respond or react; just compassion for the misguided soul. We wish him or her well and move on with our own business. Doesn’t that sound a lot better, a lot more desirable?
The energy we send out (good or bad) will attract the same frequency. When we are confused and overwhelmed, we will attract certain misfortunes. Our car might stop working, our computer breaks down, our handy man doesn’t show up, and so forth. When we are in a bad mood we might get an angry phone call, we get unfair treatment at work, and our world starts looking bleak. We are all over the place and not in the NOW, so we are experiencing this unsettling energy.
The list goes on. However, if we are in good spirit and our frequency is up to par, all pieces of the life-puzzle fall into place easily and comfortably. All of a sudden, the freeway opens up in front of us, we find an easy parking space, we get a love letter in the mail, or an unexpected check shows up in our bank account. All good things will happen if our frequency is a positive and loving one.
When you stay in the NOW, you can only do one thing at a time, one thought at a time. Ask yourself: “What is going on inside of me at the moment? Am I exuding a high frequency, am I up to par with my unfoldment? Am I the best I can be?” (A word of caution: Don’t judge yourself, just be honest and then love yourself for being aware and willing to take the next step.)
Let’s talk a little bit more about the mirror effect. We have established the fact that what we see in others and our surroundings is called the mirror effect. Everything you see and experience, believe it or not, is the reflection of you, your thoughts, and especially your beliefs. It reflects what you are thinking and believing NOW.
But we also have to learn to see ourselves in the reflections of other people. We can learn so much from others and it’s therefore important to nurture relationships. It doesn’t mean we have to hang out with people we don’t like. However, if we come into contact with an unpleasant person (and there is always a good reason for it) we must learn from their disposition, even if it’s the mere acknowledgment of a negativity we still see within; we see this disposition because we still need to correct it within ourselves.
Anytime we perceive something, negative or positive, it shows us that we still identify ourselves with this disposition. Once we let go and correct this character trait, it will no longer show up in our experiences. And remember, we have a choice. And a wise choice would be to hang out with good people, people we can learn from.
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