Aug. 1, 2016
How does one heal the anger and fear that results in terrorism? For that matter, how does one heal anger and fear?
I sent a link last week to Jennifer Handley’s class on Heal the Terrorist Within. Jennifer Handley is a Course in Miracles master.
I hope that many of you listened to and gained insight from that class.
It is helpful to know that anger is caused by fear. Fear is usually a result of some past event that we haven’t healed, that still hurts only we have dulled the pain and don’t want the hurt disturbed so it won’t hurt so much. Most of us have hidden this pain deep within us.
For example, you might be angry about a divorce. Underneath the anger might be the fear that your next relationship will end the same way, or fear of rejection and abandonment, or fear of abuse and violence, or fear of being used and taken advantage of. All of this hurts.
In fact, you might be so angry about this that you are doing terrorist acts such as yelling or throwing things or having accidents or ending relationships or getting fired.
You might be so angry that you deeply hurt people, animals and things. Instead of anger, you might be suffering from rage.
As the Course in Miracles teaches: every bit of anger adds to the worlds anger. To subtract or lessen the world’s anger, eliminate your own. This is the greatest thing you can do to end terrorism: recognize and end your own.
You probably didn’t go to a healer or counselor or therapist to get help with dissolving this pain and its many possible causes. Go now.
You probably didn’t go to your personal self-heal tool bag and use visioning or visualization or story-retelling or intuitive painting or affirmative prayer or affirmations or a burning bowl ceremony or Ho’oponopono-clearing or tapping (emotional freedom technique) . Use these tools now.
You probably didn’t have a long, heart-to-heart talk with your soul and your angels. Do both now.
I repeat: the greatest thing you can do to end terrorism is recognize and end your own practice of it.
Yes. You are correct. This is hard, hard, hard work. There is nothing simple or easy about it.
Constantly talk with and listen to your soul and your angels. Do what they say.
Do help with this, I will spend the next few weeks naming and explaining the tools everyone should have in their personal self-heal tool bag.
On most Sundays, find Barbara S Lucas at The Center for Spiritual Living West Georgia