The fear of being attacked for your beliefs

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The secret power behind any attack is a false one. When you attack someone, it takes you a further step past argument towards being more hurtful, and it is moving you also further away from love.

Even just arguing with another person is a mild form of attack though.

Do not fear any of these attacks. Fear can lead you to anger. Do not get angry with your attackers, only ever just love them.

When you are trying to be yourself, you will usually be attacked by others for doing so

Many of us do not like causing waves. We go along with the crowd. We are people pleasers, extraordinaire.

It takes courage to speak from your truth, but what can you do about being attacked for your doing this?

Do we need to be attacked like this in order for it to uncover some hidden inner strength lying dormant before this within us?


What is this attack from others all about? Will God always protect us from this type of attack, or not?

God always protects his own, but this does not mean that your work for him in this world will be free of attack. Attack comes from the evil forces of the Devil, or from the negative powers.

Theses attacks cannot really ever affect the inner positive power of love within you, but they can cause some stress to your outer body. This is because your outer body is constructed from the soil of the Earth, which in its way is also a part of the power of the Devil, who rules this world for now.

What is an attack, and what is not an attack? When is an attack an attack?

If we do not show the other person sufficient patience, we might think that we are being attacked when this perceived attack is not really an attack, but just an information sharing event.

Don't attack others.

Let them be themselves, and say what they want. Never be the instigator of bad blood between people, as this is resulting from a lack of aware love in you.

Attacking someone is being angry with them.

Don't be angry with others.

Anger is a misjudging of the godliness of emptiness.

We think that we need to hold onto something that pains us through fear, rather letting it go back into a newly created position of love. This fear becomes anger when we fear the fear, and so become angry with it. Feel the fear and then let it go. Do not become angry to try and overcome a fear.

This type of things happens because we are thinking that it helps us to be angry, when really anger serves a purpose only when we are not being fully loving.

Anger highlights to us the need then for us to stay aware of what's really happening. We must return to love, because when we continue to fear the fear, we will become angry.

Love is never angry because anger steps away from love.

On the other hand though, a show of something looking like anger that really is just a energetic rendering of the power of love can sometimes move aside some opposition, that is blocking love from flowing as it should.

Real love moves everything else aside. Nothing can ever block love from going to where it needs to go to.

Gossiping is a form of attacking other people

Gossiping about other people is really a form of attack on these other people.

Gossip is about the ego's attachment to wanting to be placed in a higher level position that the one being gossiped about. This will usually later allow tension to be created when the other person's ego springs back into the attack as well.

Gossip is never true.

Gossip is talking without being thoughtful. It will act to either disconnect you from another person, or it will likely cause such a disconnection to occur between the person you are gossiping to, and the person you are gossiping about.

This hardly allows love's natural connectiveness to stay in its place between the one gossiping, and the other person being gossiped to. Nobody likes a gossiper.

We can only gossip about someone that we do not love fully enough.

Following the great commandment to love one another, which is also know as the golden rule, that is to treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves, should circumvent and prevent such gossip from ever arising.

This commandment comes to us from Jesus Christ. It is to be found within the Christian bible in the gospel of Saint Matthew's. It is from chapter, 7, verse 12.

"So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets."

Gossiping is attacking.

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I have been interested in the spiritual fields for over thirty five years now. My writing is mostly in this area.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
3rd Mar 2014 (#)

This is weighted with truth from beginning to end spirited .
A well deserved star my friend .
God bless you
Stella ><

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author avatar Delicia Powers
3rd Mar 2014 (#)

Beautiful said....outstanding points all...thank you spirited...

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author avatar joyalariwo
3rd Mar 2014 (#)

Interesting as always Spirited... good work.

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author avatar spirited
3rd Mar 2014 (#)

Thanks Stella,

was it heavy truth or light though?

LOL,

regards,

Steve

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
4th Mar 2014 (#)

It depends on the situation , spirited...but , Truth is truth , and sometimes it is easy to accept and other times not so ...but it always remains truth ..if God says it ,and that can be very weighty at times , but it becomes lighter when we believe and act upon it , or so I have found :-)
So keep the Belt tightly buckled my friend .
More blessings
Stella ><

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author avatar spirited
3rd Mar 2014 (#)

thanks for your appreciation Delicia

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author avatar spirited
3rd Mar 2014 (#)

thanks joyalariwo,

thanks for your praise.

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author avatar Connie McKinney
4th Mar 2014 (#)

Well said, Spirited. If everyone in the world followed your advice, there would be no more wars.

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author avatar spirited
4th Mar 2014 (#)

Thanks Connie,

It's hard to do though when we are but humans all...

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
4th Mar 2014 (#)

Very interesting piece and infrormative as well!

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author avatar spirited
4th Mar 2014 (#)

thanks Fern, keep up the reading!

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
13th Mar 2014 (#)

The recent movie Ender's Game (based on the book by Orson Scott Card, if memory serves) had a similar perspective to this, but looked at from another angle:
One cannot defeat one's enemy until one understands the enemy. And when one understands, one also loves the enemy. Interesting share.

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author avatar spirited
13th Mar 2014 (#)

thanks Phyl,

understanding others leads to loving them then, good point.

Does fearing them lead to hating them?

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