Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Should I love the Dark ones?

Question? Is sending love and light to someone who is Dark a violation of their free will? Would this be considered a psychic attack on them? Does this energetic exchange create a karmic debt that must be resolved?

Answer: Sending love and light is an act of loving kindness within the Buddhist tradition (and others). The act itself is initially focused on individuals within our circle of acquaintance, yet ultimately expands to all creation. Ideally if our intention is true and pure it should begin with all of creation since we are all one. With that in mind there is no person who is Dark, it is only our perception of them and there is only someone who has yet to realize their own unity with creation. Love only knows giving. It does not expect any return so is therefore an act of no-karma.

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1 comment:

  1. It all depends on your intention. If you send it to 'fix' or 'change' them, especially making them the way you want them, then it's a form of attack... and really co-dependent.

    But sending love and a desire for the unfolding of the person's 'highest good' is not manipulation or attack.

    Even better, heal the part of yourself that manifests in the world as that peron's 'darkness.' Google Ho'oponopono