- Releasing the tension before it kicks in and ruins my day; refusing to let it linger and make my life miserable.
- Teaching them that their selfish and aggressive actions have direct consequences. An attempt to deter them from continuing, asking if they can take some of their own medicine. That is, does it cause them to feel tension and feel negative? Are they able to release and transcend it?
In their clean white coats
And they're coming to take me away ha haaa
“The way that humans experience life is due to change dramatically for the better in the very near future. For eons, conflict, distrust, and betrayal have been the standard modes of behaviour for the vast majority of those living on Planet Earth, and for that majority it is almost impossible to conceive of any other way because it appears to be standard and normal, and to actually trust anyone would seem to invite betrayal and would therefore be insane.” – Saul (channelled through John Smallman, ‘You are frequently feeling the disquiet of others,’ 15 January 2012, www.johnsmallman.wordpress.com/2012/01/15/you-are-frequently-feeling-the-disquiet-of-others).