Worry: the Accidental Love Curse
Here’s what I’ve noticed from the emails you guys send in …
you’re so generous in wanting to support your loved ones in enjoying life more.
You want your parents to be healthy, your spouses to be happy, and your kids to be safe.
You want your family to “get it,” you want your co-workers to end self-sabotaging behavior, and you often write on behalf of friends who are struggling.
You want to know the best way to help them understand, or what’s a good book that can show them the way. What can you do to help things get better for the one you love, you ask.
I know one thing we can all get better at in order to help loved ones thrive …
… that is, to stop worrying about them.
Because worry is an energetic “curse.” It is a projection of negative energy onto another.
And that doesn’t help, guys.
I know it’s natural for us to do this with someone we love, but stressing out on behalf of another is NOT helpful behavior.
Worrying about another is just a curse disguised as love.
Our thoughts are crazy powerful, and the last thing we want to do is saddle our loved one with negative frequencies. Especially when they’re already down.
But that’s exactly what we’re doing when we see someone tangled up in contrast and we worry about them.
The next time you really want to help someone who seems to be having a rough go, remember to use your true power and envision them thriving:
- See them coming out on top.
- Picture them at their best.
- Trust that it’s all working out for them.
And if you can’t do that, try not to pay them any attention at all.
On the other hand, for family members and co-workers you don’t like, go ahead and worry about them. (If you don’t mind attracting some of that stuff to yourself as well, that is.)
For everyone else, though – let’s put an end to our inadvertent “love curses.”
Here’s what Abraham suggests:
You see someone who is struggling and having a hard time. If you look at them as they are you help them not at all. In fact they have downlifted you to their vibration rather than you uplifting them to yours.
But you go home that day and you ponder them and you say, ‘That’s something worth spending 68 seconds on.’ So you sit and you imagine them for 68 seconds, that person joyously romping through life until you feel the relief just wash over you. As you found it, you effectively assisted that person.
That does not mean that it’s a sure thing. That person may resist even this stronger beam of energy.
But there is a much greater probability that this person’s uplifted now that you’ve given it your positive attention, you see. – Abraham-Hicks, 1996
Yes, it might be easier said than done, but it is good practice for a powerful creator like yourself. 🙂