Over the past few weeks as the year comes to a close and a new year begins it seems that for whatever reason (and there are logical explanations) many feel it necessary to be rude, disrespectful or even in some cases abusive to others.
There is no doubt that Christmas and this time of year brings with it many layers of stress and financial pressure however, this does not give any person the room to abuse another to make themselves feel better. Have these people ever considered how it feels to be on the receiving end of abuse for doing nothing other than their job in whatever capacity it is?
From bullying to name calling it seems as the new year arrives it is acceptable to treat others in this way and are even surprised when getting a defensive response. Life is not just hard for one person, it is hard for everyone. This however, is compounded by other factors that many are oblivious to.
December 21st is a solstice and these occur four times a year. These tend to be energetically potent and usually have a thinner veil between worlds. It means that unsavory spirits and energies are more likely to come through. So, now mix this into those that are abusive, can one imagine what happens when the two meet?
Unsavory spirits and energies love negative energy particularly those that are ego based and lacking humility. They like to ensure that those that shroud themselves in a low self esteem and project this onto others are the typical targets – the easy targets.
Now… what has this got to do with New Year and abuse? Quite a lot actually. Whilst this subject is much more layered for the sake of understanding abuse and equally not accepting it, this may create more awareness.
The more one spends in a negative mindset the more the brain adjusts the chemicals neurologically and biologically to adapt. Over long periods of time this can create such things as mental disorders. (this is different to mental illness). Then add in the environmental influences – consider these the colds and flus of the energy/spiritual world. In order to maintain a good immune it means living by one’s core values – being respectful, having some form of honour or even simple compassion. This will vary from person to person.
Those that have been abusive are disconnected from these values and believe that others are to blame for it. Whilst not all are subjects of unsavory spirits it does bring to light that there is much going on and only through awareness as well as standing up for one’s true values can this be deciphered and differentiated.
Abuse is never okay, whether influenced or not. Sometimes however, the person may not even know and it helps to objectively let them know that being abusive is really uncool.
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.
- Published: 16 December 2014
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