Hypochondriac

I used to be somewhat of a hypochondriac…suffering over the physical pain, discomfort and bodily illnesses that I experienced.

I always found something in the physical world to blame for my perceived lack of health…whether that was imperfect food, air pollution or noise that would prevent me from getting restful sleep.

But since I gave up blame, I and my family have been experiencing more vibrant health, wellness and comfort in our bodies than ever before…despite the fact that we are direct neighbors to a power plant that seems to be the cause of health issues for many members of our community, and we frequently swim in ocean water that’s been reportedly tainted with radiation for years.

To me, this is a testament to the fact that when fear and worry associated with blame are released, the physical body becomes more receptive to the vital Life Force Energy that constantly creates and sustains all living organisms.

Blessed be!

Perception of Blame

I have no typical response to feeling blamed. I only allow myself to experience the feeling, and bear witness to whatever response arises through myself and through the others in my field of perception.

Through faith in miracles of healing and grace that I had yet to see for myself, I practiced like this with minimal returns at first. But over time, I have experienced countless instances of love being instantly restored between myself and others.

For me, the feeling of being blamed doesn’t have the same quality that it use to because I’m aware right away that the blame I feel has nothing to do with me….And immediately my mind becomes curious as to how it can witness whatever false illusions are making blame feel like reality right now.

Recently, I had an encounter with this very thing. I told the person that it seemed like they were trying to make me wrong, and that person admitted that they felt wrong in response to a question I had asked.

I assured them that the question was only a request, and not intended to make anyone seem wrong. We both witnessed what was making blame seem like reality, the feeling of blame was resolved in favor of love…and of course connection between people was restored.

In love!

Blame

I don’t need to defend myself when someone seems to be blaming me.

To me, blame is like an explosion of repressed judgment. It’s a delusional yet innocent attempt to divert the mind’s self attacks by attacking another self.

My part is only to hold a space of blamelessness for everyone affected by the illusion that blame is real.

Aloha!!