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Key Lesson: Stop looking for reasons, things, people, and events to blame for your negative state, and start waking up to the lower level of self that's responsible for it.

Start Seeing Through the Secret Disguise of Negative States

Our resistance to any evil or otherwise corrupt character -- regardless of circumstance -- proves the presence of an unseen similarity; there can be no recognition of any exterior degraded nature that isn't born of our interior resonation with it. Which means...any sustained negative reaction is actually the unconscious action of that dark nature attempting to hide itself...by seeming to despise whatever it points to as being dark or evil.

On the other hand, this doesn't mean that we are to agree with something we see as being evil -- in ourselves -- or in the world around us; only that before we take any action to right a perceived wrong, we make sure that whatever part of us -- about to act for us -- is not acting from (the evil) of some unseen form of secret self-righteousness.

This article is excerpted from Guy Finley's Blog on GuyFinleyNow.org

For a deeper understanding of this topic we recommend The Intimate Enemy.

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