Hating others is like Hating Yourself

If we feel hatred: it means that something or someone is actively diminishing us. Hating others is nothing more than some feeling used to bury some other feeling.

What is Hate?

“Hate is a composite emotion. It’s judgment directing anger.” The main cause of the hate is that anger itself is another composite emotion which is often a mix consisting of frustration and survival.

Now, it’s time to begin a process of release when feeling hate. Hate makes us want to fight. Hatred is a waste of time and energy. By committing to work on your happiness rather than focus on what some people are like you will increasingly feel better about the world. There is always a space in which you can gradually let go of the past, grow in positivity and cultivate inner peace.

Lack of Self Compassion

The antidote to hate is compassion for others as well as us. Self-compassion implies that we accept the whole self.

If we kept hate in our heart for others, I would have to hate ourselves as well. It is only when we learn to hold ourselves with compassion that we may be able to demonstrate it toward others.”

Don’t Compare the People

Most of us, often judge people based on what they have done or how they look instead of whom they are. Before you estimate on looks or actions, remember that every person is created by God. When we put others in the circumstances of being God’s loved creation, it’s a lot more difficult to hate them.

Shree Radhe Guru Maa says that “The best way to stop hatred is a celebration. When we glorify the blessings of others, our hate and anger will eventually turn to love.”

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