Welcome, welcome, dear human, on this beautiful new day. We are so pleased to speak with you again and we’d like to give some attention to the topic of bullying, being bullied, and how to deal with it.
We know many of you have experienced, or are still experiencing, being bullied. Children often experience this at school, and some even in their own homes by their siblings and in certain instances even by their parents.
But bullying isn’t only happening in children’s lives, it’s for many still going on in their adult lives. Colleagues, superiors, partners, or other people in your life can make your life difficult and you can feel desperately alone at times.
Now, we understand how difficult this can be and how hurt you can feel when this happened, or still is happening, in your life.
Judgment and blame
We are here to give you a different perspective, and we want to firstly tell you that we have no judgment ever. Not about the bullies, nor about the people who have the role of victim in this particular situation in their life.
We get that you as a human being would generally blame the bullies. Some of you may consider the situation the bully is in, or the circumstances they grew up in, but most of you will blatantly blame the bully and judge the bully for their actions, right?
And on the other hand most of you will feel pity for the apparent victim, the one that is being bullied.
Although it often goes unnoticed that someone is being bullied. Therefore the apparent victims feel so lonely and desperate, and many take their own lives to stop the bullying, because they can’t see any other option.
We understand this, we really do.
Change of perspective
But here comes the thing, the different perspective that we want to offer you.
Although you may think this is hard to accept, we have told you before that everyone has to take responsibility for their own life, their own life story, all of their experiences, whether good or bad.
And the same goes for this when it’s about bullying.
Blaming and pointing fingers has never solved anything in the whole of human history. Blaming is in fact denying responsibility, for yourself and your life.
So, when you are being bullied, or you have been bullied in the past, how is that your responsibility?
Begin to see where it all began: Source
First you’d have to understand that everything in your life has come from Source, up to the smallest detail: every grain of sand, every tiniest insect, every cell in your body, every blade of grass.
Then think of what Source is. Source, or God, the Universe, the All, is just love. Source is pure, unconditional, divine love.
Therefore we always say that all is love.
So, if all is love, then you are love, because you are Source and a particle of Source. And so is the bully. They too are coming from Source, from pure, unconditional, divine love.
It’s fair to conclude that whatever they’re doing is coming from love, in some way, shape or form.
We understand that this might be a long stretch for you, that you find it difficult to see it that way. But we’ll take it a step further.
If you are responsible for your life, and you’re in a situation where you are being bullied, it is time to take back your power.
When you feel your power, when you realize and understand that you are Source, that you are a sovereign powerful spiritual being, you will find that the fear you have for the bully and their actions will subside.
What to do about bullying and being bullied
Therefore we urge everyone to step in their power, take back your power. Stop thinking thoughts of self-doubt, thinking that you somehow deserve to be treated badly, thinking thoughts of not being good enough.
Start building your confidence, by affirming to yourself that you are exactly who you were supposed to be, that you have nothing to fear, that you are the creator within your own creation and that you have the power to change things.
Understand and acknowledge that your own fear keeps the situation going! Your thoughts of fear for the bully, your self-doubt, your lack of self-love, it’s all part of what is creating this situation you’re in.
Take full responsibility for your life. Understand what we mean by that. It’s not about starting to fight against anything, because then you’re in resistance and your focus is on the things outside of you, which will create more of what you focus upon.
No, go within, take full responsibility for your life and your circumstances. Go into your heart and know that you are love, Source, and that you are capable of coming back into your power, taking back your sovereignty, and build your self-worth, your self-confidence.
Your thoughts will change, your attitude will change, your energy will change. And together that will result in the world around you changing, including the bullies.
This is not a quick fix, where you will instantly see change, but if you work on this every day from now on, you will soon start to feel better.
A powerful exercise to rewire your brain with new thoughts is to use the I AM. These are the most powerful words in human language, in any human language.
You could also use ‘Ohm’, but for many of you ‘I AM’ feels more natural to say.
Use it as a meditation. Go from your head into your heart and say ‘I AM’ continuously, knowing that you are Source, the Universe, knowing that you are Love.
And you can fill in the blanks: I AM love, I AM patience, I AM powerful, I AM loved, I AM infinite, I AM the Universe… etcetera.
When you do this, you will see that the bullying will stop eventually. And you will feel so much better about yourself, and your life.
There are always solutions for anything you experience. Remember to go within, from your head into your heart, because there you will find the love, the peace, and the answers.
We love you, we love you, we love you.
We are the Collective Consciousness of All that Is, and with that we are complete.
- Go within, be brave, and discover the benefits of taking full responsibility
- Responsibility… do you take or reject it?
- Do you see yourself as a victim or a survivor, or as a powerful creator?