Repelling Resentment

David Masters

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed. – Albert Einstein  

Resentment definition: a complex, multi-layered emotion that has been described as a mixture of disappointment, anger, and fear.

Resentment can be triggered by an emotionally disturbing experience felt again or relived in the mind, and is a compound emotion elicited in the face of insult and/or injury. Resentment, or the strong and painful bitterness you feel when someone does something wrong to you, doesn’t have actual physical weight, but it feels very heavy and can last a long time. 

Forgiveness through objectivity is the way to kill resentment.  Every day we are actually depleting our inner battery literally draining their own life force. Stress is a constant. Pressure is a constant. But the other more important constant is your unrecognized capacity and your ability to confront it with the spiritual power of objectivity.

Right now you are not in control because you are the consistent effect of a cause. Reacting is doing the same thing over and over producing the same result. The only way you’re going to get to this powerful mental state is to learn a principle, having to do with the word “resentment.” Resentment is anger disguised as a perfect justification for why you feel like a victim.

Watch or observe every internal disturbance as it starts to form and resentment will retreat from manifesting as a reaction to an external condition.

We all have a proclivity to set goals in order to make things happen in their lives. But the moment you set a goal you are unknowingly creating pressure on yourself, from yourself. This is when you are the most susceptible to stress.

Because every little thing that begins to get in the way of your accomplishing goals becomes a source of irritation. It becomes an impediment; a wall. Well, here is a fact: Every day there are innumerable little irritations or impediments that get in the way of what you want and prevent you from experiencing the results that you desire.

Thus, we begin to experience another key word – “frustration.” How often do you feel frustrated? ALL THE TIME… Learn to be objective, pull back, stop reacting, being resentful, being angry about the little tiny irritations that rob you of energy all day long.

“Forgiveness through objectivity

is the way to kill resentment.”

When you learn to stand back, take a deep breath, and relax, at this point you begin to have a whole new perspective and feel a sense of personal power – Real power to kill resentment.

And do you know what that real power is? I’ll say it again. You don’t have control over most of the things that happen to you in your life. You don’t have control over the traffic, and the taxes, and the people that you’re involved with or much of anything at all.

But you do have control over one thing, and that is how you respond to it. How you will deal with it. Learn to objectivity keep what is going on outside of you from penetrating you… this is when you are in control.

The moment-to-moment practice of meditation: being patient, objective, and process based is much more profound than it seems. It is not just a psychological stress-reduction technique or coping mechanism. Rather, it is faith in action. And when you have faith within yourself, you are free from the influences of those forces that will otherwise control you. 

You don’t have control over most of the things that happen to you in your life. You don’t have control over the traffic, and the taxes, and the people that you’re involved with or much of anything at all. But you do have control over one thing, and that is how you respond to it.

How you will deal with it. Learn to objectivity keep what is going on outside of you from penetrating you… this is when you are in control. First you become aware of yourself responding, and then by virtue of the fact that you are unmoved or unaffected by any pressure source you are confronting, you are capable of positively dealing with every situation in a truly positive way. That is power… real power.

This Simple Seven Minute Meditation Can Change Your Life

“learn the secret of how to control your responses, how to find that God-given switch in your mind which will allow you to energize and motivate yourself.”

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