Question: The other day while I was meditating, I had a mystical experience that I disappeared and my body disappeared. All things were one, there was nothing that was not me. This experience cannot be expressed literally. It was an amazing delight, which I had never experienced before. Even though I had never had a religion, I could understand the Bible and the Buddhist scriptures very well since I had that experience. The reason why I started studying spirituality was because I wanted to be free from the pain of conflict in my husband’s family. Now I also come to know that that conflict situation was my own choice. But when I was in the moment of blissful oneness and reminded of my husband’s family, I still felt anger within myself. Wow. Even in that moment of blissful delight, there was still hatred. Please let me know why this is so.
Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2021 Webinar – Being the Open Door for Planet Earth.
Well, as we have explained, the Conscious You has the ability to step outside of your four lower bodies and have a spiritual experience. But it is possible for people who are open to looking at themselves to have a blissful experience and during this experience, to experience something in their consciousness that they still have not resolved. This then gives you the perspective that even though you have this hatred in your being, it is really insignificant compared to the bliss you have experienced and therefore it makes it easier for you to separate yourself from this, to look at it neutrally and decide to let it go.
Obviously you have a separate self that is holding on to this anger, perhaps from past lifetimes. Again, use the tools, use the books to just uncover this separate self. Find out why you feel this anger and hatred and then realize that there is no solution to it. The only way you are going to be free is to let that separate self die. It is not a matter of changing them, punishing them or even changing yourself, it is a matter of letting the separate self die, forgiving them so that you can be free to move on with your life.
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