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Kelley Mitchell April 6, 2010 at 7:48 am

Melissa,
Will you elaborate on the line: Try to destroy it with unconditional love and white light?

I understand the other ways we tend to kill our emotional reactions, but this one isn’t obvious to me.

Thanks, love your blog.

Melissa Karnaze April 6, 2010 at 8:22 am

Kelley, great question!

I haven’t yet gone into the details — as it’s definitely subtle — but will soon and then link back to it in that sentence. :) It’s kind of like a hint for what is coming up. ;)

Kelley Mitchell April 6, 2010 at 9:06 am

Oh, I see. Interesting! Looking forward to it!

Walter April 6, 2010 at 9:11 pm

Our emotions are powerful in controlling our actions and decisions in life. However, I believe that we should try our best to step above its influence. Only by mastering ourselves can we be able to transgress our limitations. :-)

Melissa Karnaze April 7, 2010 at 8:11 am

I can understand where you’re coming from Walter, but “stepping above” implies a negative judgment of our emotions as being inferior somehow from “us.” As biological humans, we are constrained by our physical bodies, of which emotions are a vital part of.

I do believe that self-mastery is important. It’s good to know when, where, and why you are experiencing certain emotions, when possible. But I think it’s an illusion to have mastery over all of your emotional reactions — being able to do so would be, something other than “human.”

That’s why I don’t promote “stepping above” emotions, but working with them at their level. It’s much more realistic and productive in the end. :)

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