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The Sending of Badness (Negative Energy)

Instagram, Google Plus and Tumblr are great places for inspiration for all depends on who you are following actually so, the people that I follow on those sites often offer nuggets of wisdom that I find are great reminders to...well, life in general. Some provide me with a great number of humorous posts that I share across other platforms.

We've all had that 'bad thing that happened to me and I don't even know why and how it happened', right? Most of us prefer not to remember anything about it and some of us send out curses. Silent, passive or extremely aggressive. I prefer not to. Because what's the point? The person's not going to care, won't listen to you and this only means is all wasted brain energy. Why waste brain energy when you can spend an hour watching absolutely funny and inspiring stuff instead, right?

Anyway, I found and screencapped something I think I want to keep reminding me of.

It says "When dealing with bad people, just send them love! We come from the whole! We are ultimately One. When you send badness to another being, it is YOU that suffers. Because all the cells in your body can't understand why you are sending badness to another part that is ultimately you!" My client, a successful billionaire and deeply spiritual man, shared these words with me and I wanted to share them with you. Since I started living these words I began realizing that mostly that when someone sends negative energy to another, there are deep feelings of unworthiness and insecurity in that person....  - Instagram user celest.pereira

I thought I would share it here so that others can sit down and think about how true those words are too.

It's gonna be Monday tomorrow so...
Let's get going,


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