Standing Your Ground
Written by Hally Rhiannon-Nammu
Created Wednesday, 20 November 2013
Have you ever noticed what happens when standing up for yourself? Many have the opinion that standing up for yourself or for something that is important means being aggressive or violent when this is not the case at all. There is a big difference between passion and anger.
No matter when fighting for the rights of an animal or facing a bully in the workplace, standing up for yourself comes with an energy unlike any other. There is a purity to it; a strength that is not ego based or even filled with anger. It tends to be filled with the right to survive; the right to have a voice.
This world in this its present state is unfair and unreasonable in so many ways. Within this are those that fight to make situations like this fair and hopefully with a different outcome. This takes time and perseverence. In the mean time what I call the dark energy likes to have its fun. This however, is amusing because unlike many Hollywood films dark energy is not powerful; it is the intention behind that gives it any “juice” or power if you will. This is why light energy or pure intent is more powerful than anything else. Then when given a purpose like standing up for yourself or something that is important what follows is the energetic flow that connects to each and everyone of us.
Ever wondered why as humans we love those movies about adversity with happy endings? Because neurologically our free will hates to be put down, suppressed or compromised on the things that matter the most. At some point every person will stand up; for some it takes a lot, some a little and others just the right angle.
Those that love to bully or externalise their inabilities and short comings onto others are very common right now. Whilst we each can advise friends what to do and how to approach situations it is very different when finding ourselves in the situation where all has been done with integrity and yet, we are confronted with this exact situation. Don’t back down. Don’t allow you or what is important to you to be compromised because at some point, when it may only be a comment now, in time it will become much more serious.
Whether in healing, corporate, business or even car sales, it doesn’t matter. There will be good and bad situations. There will some that are loud and obnoxious. Then there will be those that are nice to your face and bad mouth you in the effort to make themselves feel better. The question is, what will you accept?
We are part of the collective and as such, this collective energy can be used to assist in the fear of standing up. No one is ever alone other than those trying to harm another. No one has this right and I will say it so. Will you?
Hally Rhiannon-Nammu is a renowned Behavioural Change Expert and Spiritual Guru. Her work spreads across the globe from helping people overcome trauma from past lives, healing animals through vibrational medicine, banishing demon possessions to enabling alignment/enlightenment of self through removal of lifelong barriers. An author of seven books, part of four group collaborations, a Masters in Writing and an advocate of fair treatment for all living creatures.
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