destructive moods, thoughts and feelings
are energy forms that will manifest unless short circuited. One can short
circuit another's mental position of negativity by getting involved and
meeting the hostile one, if physically safe to do so. If not, meet the
person in your mind and think "I'm sorry, I care, I love you." The person
with the destructive attitude may not consciously respond by changing right
away, but one can be sure that each subconscious is perfectly aware of
the exact depth of purity of the other subconscious nature. Here you are
actually in rapport
with the others' subconscious mind and are influencing it for good. Once
a rapport (an invisible harmony) is started, it will grow, producing good.
We were all children once and are really not responsible
for the way we are, even though we are responsible for our actions. Much
of what has made us has long since passed on from our conscious mind into
the subconscious realm. This is our programming.
We do make conscious decisions to do or not do
certain things, but we are seldom fully aware of what enables us to decide.
Complexity of emotions, diversity of feelings, forgotten experiences, mixed
up knowledge and standards of conduct, each plays a role.
We should view another's bad attitude as we would
view those of a little child, with concern and a sureness that the child
will turn out right. This will occur. It may take weeks, months, years
or another existence, but it will happen.
A child's subconscious can be reached by thoughts
of good toward it, backed up with the power of positive action. As the
child goes along in life, various circumstances will 'feed and water' the
expression of good that was begun in the child when someone with a concerned
noble attitude made contact with his heart early in his or her life. This
is another way we contribute to improving society.
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