There are many people who constantly feel negative emotions. Such patterns are common,
and usually become further reinforced by anger, stress, anxiety, depression, and by spirit possession.
These people already have negative energies and thoughts that they express and sometimes
keep them in, and the more they build up emotional energy of this type around them,
the more they’ll attract similar spirits to themselves.
Negative emotions can be described as any feeling which causes you to be miserable and sad.
These emotions make you dislike yourself and others, and reduce your confidence and
self-esteem, and general life satisfaction. Emotions that can become negative
are hate, anger, jealousy and sadness.
Spirits and negative entities residing in the low, emotional (astral) world are
influenced by the extremely strong negative emotions that created by people.
It’s not uncommon for such individuals to be completely unaware of their negative
emotional states. They’ve been in one for so long that they’ve managed to forget
what it feels like to live in a state of inner peace:
With peace of mind must come with lots of goodbyes, lots of leaving negative
people, avoiding evil ideas and bad people? That If you cannot change them, and correct them.
That’s including many of your so called friends, relatives or family members
that always drag you down with their negative energies.
Does a certain person, nurse, doctor, teacher, worker, nose browner, always cause
you anxiety? Do certain topics spike your blood pressure? Do certain environments
make you feel overwhelmed or irritable?
It’s important to pay attention to the things that make you feel bad. Some of those
negative people they need help, they are sick and they do not know how to correct
their stupid behaviour , they thing by hurting others and pointing fingers without
finding a solution, they think they are great and assertive. They use their pushy
and bullying behaviour and sick personality to push their agenda, and masking
their own problems, by crying to the boss always, and covering their fear and anxiety.
If a certain person, topic, or place makes you feel crazy or out of sorts
, limit your exposure to those things or stay away from them completely.
You might also find that you have certain bad habits that are disrupting your peace.
Take an honest look at your life, acknowledge what’s working and what’s not,
and start working on making some necessary changes in the name of peace.
The negative emotions have permeated all their thoughts, actions, and speech.
For example, some used to your hand out and financial help then when you cannot
do that anymore they will curse you and call you names. You are tired and some
on decided to get you involve with their problem and the deeper you go to help
the deeper you get involved until you creates many enemies.
People pointing fingers most of the time and forgetting to pointing the facts,
scream and be angry for simple thing and when you ask them why they are shouting,
they scream that they are not upset or angry at all. I noticed that allot with the
French people, Arabic people, African people, not all but allot of them, also with Scottish and Irish.
You should start paying attention to how the people in your life behave and make you feel.
Are you around people who do nothing but complain? Are you in a relationship
with someone who always puts you down? Do you have a friend who is gossipy and self-absorbed?
Having people in your life that are constantly focused on the negative or treat
you poorly is a surefire way to destroy your peace and potentially affect the
direction of your life. Choose your company wisely and don’t be afraid to cut out
someone who brings you down. If you can’t completely stop contact with
a specific person (i.e. a parent or sibling you live with).
Find a way to limit how much time you spend around them or confront them about
how they make you feel, you should leave your girlfriend and boyfriend who are
always putting you down, make you feel you are no body, complain about you,
cut you off, don’t respect you, and they always pull you away from good people.
The worse when they find you that you are right they will use the F words allot.
People like this are actually very afraid of negative emotions, most often due to
trauma/s experienced in childhood, divorced parents, forced labor, parents who are
not loving and carrying, extreme poverty and repression, aggression of authority and feeling unsafe .
They socialized in an environment with a lot of negative emotions around them
that their parents weren’t ready and the child wasn’t able to resolve, the government
and society plays the blaming game, avoiding them, isolate them, and leave them to survive alone.
Shifting the blame onto someone else is a subtle way to attack them.
We might do so unconsciously, but if we hold a grudge against someone for some
reason perhaps we feel they’ve wronged us or blamed us in the past –
then if an opportunity to blame them presents itself, it can be very tempting to take it.
Blaming them for something is also a tactic we might use to hurt our partners,
whether we’re aware that we’re doing it or not. Shifting the blame directly onto someone
or something else is the perfect way to avoid having to reflect on your behavior or delve deeply into your own psyche.
That way you can remain blissfully unaware of your own shortcomings, which can
help to maintain a fragile ego. Why would we bother doing all that tricky self-analysis
and taking steps to fix a situation if we can just take the blame off our own shoulders
and place it down on someone or something else?
Sometimes we convince ourselves that it really is someone else’s fault, but sometimes
we know we’re lying. But we often decide on the spur of the moment that it’s easier
to tell a lie than it is to deal with the consequences of the truth.
It’s not uncommon for the lives of such people to be very painful and difficult,
because unwittingly expressing negative emotions destroys much of what matters most:
relationships, finances, and the general ability to cope with life. That’s why some
choices to use alcohol, drugs, then that lead to more poverty and inability
to work, and more abuse mentally, physically and psychologically.
Yet even if they learn not to express their negativity outwardly the problem
still doesn’t stop, because they still suffer internally with psychological trauma
from anxiety, unhealed anger, fear, jealousy, and depression.
Such people may tend to blame the world for their problems. Blames the government,
blame those who used to help them, blame the teachers and so on.
Since they don’t notice their own negativity, they don’t consider it the actual cause of
their hardships. It’s usually impossible to explain this to them, since they’re unaware,
or in denial of, their negativity to begin with. Unsurprisingly, they tend to stay in
extreme pain. They are in state of denial, then state of anger, state of no
trust and fear, then complete withdraw and inversion.
Negative people suffer for a long time before they don’t think to seek solutions
within themselves. They only decide to take such a “drastic” step once their life
is already in ruin. Yet this step is always an extremely courageous one: the power of
buried negative emotions can be terrifying. It will affect their life, relationship, dreams,
sleep, habits, social life if any, health and emotion. Many of those people they use
offensive or defensive behaviors toward the negative situations.
Offensive behavior aims to attack or dominate others, often to gain control or assert authority,
while defensive behavior seeks to protect oneself from perceived threats or criticism.
Offensive behaviors may include aggression, manipulation, or intimidation, while
defensive behaviors often involve avoidance, denial, or rationalization.
Understanding and managing offensive and defensive behaviors can improve communication,
resolve conflicts, and promote healthier relationships.
The way out of this situation is to face your demons, your nightmares, your mistakes,
and try to find out why and how to resolve them day by day. to allow yourself to
recognize your negative emotions, your anger and anxiety, more and more deliberately.
You have to want to see your emotional states very clearly: the good, the bad, and especially the ugly.
Some people use shields they become bullies, defensive, liars, and fast to cry under
any simple pressure. They complain allot, and you can feel that negative cloud
around them it’s like something trying to tell you leave them alone, go away.
If you don’t like or agree with your government, your city policy, or your company,
and you didn’t vote for any of them, you start to get upset, sad and angry when things
don’t come your ways. You see them wasting and spending our tax dollars and destroying
the country, pulling us toward wars and uncertainty, you start to be afraid and suspicious.
Some people do not like your color, your faith, your way of life, your habits, your
religion, they will make you feel more isolated, and that will increase your anger
and may be aggression against those thugs and bigots. You start thinking of this
native emotion over and over again. Both sides have grudges and bad thoughts, anger and fear.
Spirits will eventually be attracted to this mood, which further guarantees
their suffering. Then, the force of our negative energy will attract more and more
failures of a physical, material nature into our lives.
Way back from our child hood we dealt with lots of separation anxiety and fear.
We must deal with these emotions very carefully, because the influence that
created this negative reality operated beyond our consciousness and our control.
To regain control over such influence, we must get to know our repressed
emotions, and incorporate them into the conscious mind.
When all of our repressed or subconscious energies are identified and transferred
into our consciousness, we’ll be able to favorably select each and every aspect of our reality:
internal and external. Recognize and acknowledge your negative emotions.
Ask yourself, “How does care giving make me feel?”
Recognize that these are common human reactions.
It’s okay to have these feelings. Forgive yourself!
Take responsibility for your own feelings. Words are powerful and we can harness
that power to change our emotional state. When we’re feeling down, we need to
train ourselves to use our words to improve and even transform our situation,
rather than merely describe it.
For instance, even if you’re feeling disappointed, you can choose to say,
“I’m going to try again and I’m going to be successful this time around.”
This will make you feel much more empowered than if you used words as a tool to
describe your situation: “I’ve failed. I’m just not cut out for this.” It takes discipline and
practice in order for us to cultivate this habit, but it’s vital if we want to exert our will over our emotions.
For some children, the most traumatic aspect of the separation is exposure to
frightening events, such as witnessing a parent being handcuffed prior to incarceration;
Divorced situation, witnessing a caregiver’s beating or rape during immigration;
or not knowing whether the caregiver is currently safe, police entering the child home
and removing the children to different foster homes, war situations like in Iraq,
Syria, Yemen, Palestine, and in Iran in the hands of the dictatorial regimes and
thugs who are stealing other people property and lands.
Try to identify the source of your feelings. Avoid toxic people.
They say that we’re the average of the five people we spend most of our time with.
If we’re constantly hanging out with grumpy, discouraging, angry people,
we will eventually become like them. It’s difficult to be in control of our emotions
when we spend a lot of time with people who push our buttons in the wrong way.
Express your emotions to others and let them know how difficult things are for you.
Watch out for “hooks”! Hooks are things that others do and/or say in an effort to
manipulate us. They are what others use to get certain reactions from us,
to get us off center, and to use us. We are usually vulnerable to these hooks because
they strike us in areas where we are sensitive. Trust your judgment. Avoid self-blame. Stay away from toxic people.