Thoughts Of A Positive Outcome!
Most people allow in other people’s feelings of sorry because they are told by society that this is the right way. So they do it without thinking.
Feeling sorry is either something you habitually do, something you feel you ought to do or a non-acceptance of what is. Society tells you that you should feel sorry and you should feel guilty, all of which have no benefit to you and have no probable benefit to the person on the other end.
It involves a lot of thought to not feel sorry for people when we have been trained from birth by the media and everyone around us that we ‘should’ feel sorry. This is just like so many of the other false ‘beliefs’ we have accepted as truths.
When you say I feel sorry for you (which is what society expects you to say) – don’t. Instead see a positive outcome for your friend.
This does not mean you cannot give, it just means there is no need to feel sorry. It doesn’t help you and it doesn’t help them, even though your ego tells you it does. Feeling sorry for others is feeding your ego what it wants, which is why it is an easy habit to get into. If you doubt this then go and observe it as you do it.
If you really ‘want’ to help others and help yourself too, then acquiring this skill of really helping people with sending only thoughts of a positive outcome, is truly awe inspiring and empowering… It also actually helps you and may well help them. Your feeling sorry does not add anything to your life, even though it feels like it does, it can damage the ones you are thinking you are helping. By you feeling sorry, you are creating more opportunities to feel sorry, no thought stands still, so it is hurting your desires.
It does not mean don’t raise money, don’t help, it just means don’t feel sorry. Instead send thoughts of a positive outcome; send positive energy not negative energy.
People do not understand me though when I say I do not feel sorry. They wrongly assume this to mean I do not care, which of course is wholly wrong. However, when you learn to stop feeling sorry then you can watch people, events, news and TV and you start to see things differently. To know what I mean you’ll have to actually do it.