PONDER on THIS for Thursday, August 7th, 2014 by Marianne Williamson in ILLUMINATA

“Many times we don’t share the truth because we’re afraid it would upset the other person to see how we feel: “I’m feeling claustrophobic,” “I feel ignored,” etc. Negative emotions, however, have a place in intimacy. They need to be revealed in order to be detoxed. Having negative emotions doesn’t make us bad. Thinking that they do is what keeps so many people from exposing their emotions. It is when our feelings – all our feelings – are revealed appropriately and then forgiven that we have a chance to heal. Feelings need to be accepted as they are, before they can transform.”

  Marianne Williamson, in “Illuminata”

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