This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

Hate isn’t somethings that’s needed to live our life, that is unless it’s the story one wants to make up. When hate is let go of and it releases the grip it has over you, love naturally becomes what grips you.

Hate is created, love is natural, so anytime a thought of hate is allowed to fester and become an action, our ability to give and receive love is compromised. In a state of hate there’s no way one can give or receive love, which is our true nature, because our created hate of whatever it is we are hating is blocking it. When we let go of the thoughts of our created hate, our focus naturally returns to love and hate relinquishes its grip because we aren’t giving it anything to adhere to.

Hate is not natural, it’s created by our delusional identity to a fictitious self; a self that sees things through a pair of eyes that wants everything to fit nicely into a created world, hate arises when something threatens that world. One hates what makes them think they’re going to lose something that makes their world right. Beliefs are formed that reinforce this hate and are lived by. All hate is self created, it’s not natural. Make up the story that there’s justified hate that’s needed to live by, but like I said its created to fit nicely into a made up world. Hate is not a requirement needed to live your life, unless that’s the story you want to make up. When this is realized and you stop living life through the energy of hate and love naturally takes it place, it is then that love becomes the base of your life, not because it’s created, but because it’s natural.

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