Avoiding the Manifestations of Negativity and the People that Resonate that Infectious Frequency (Agents of Chaos): An Allegorical Lesson Regarding the Consequence of Lot’s Wife4 02 2007
“Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.” - Mathew 7:6
It must be understood that your physical and psychological well-being can easily be affected by those that harbor negative energy, misery, counter-productive thought patterns and imbalanced actions and behaviors. This type of energy emission create cycles of pathology that becomes infectious, parasitic and crippling. Just as airborne pathogens, sexually transmitted diseases and viruses are contagious, so are emotional and behavioral states.
In many occassions, an involuntary victim can become a surrogate of disharmony and confusion, simply by maintaining an ongoing unhealthy (familial, romantic, business, frienship) relationship with another that precipitates their own distaster. Since the Asiatic creations of this “plane of manifestation” are extremely susceptible to the emotional states, energies and the behaviors of others, a rational conclusion can be reached that supports the fact that the negative and counter-productive behaviors of others can inadvertently affect the lives of those that attempt to display support and/or unconditional love. The perpetual involvement with others that practice the clinical definition of insanity (repeating the same process, but expecting a different outcome) will lead a sane individual to demonstrate acts of psychological self-harm and self-destruction.
In the process of self mastery, one must learn the difference between “unconditional love” and the psychological definition of “enabling.” Unconditonal love involves the action of love without measure or condition. However, within the scope of unconditional love, the mystic definition of “unconditional love” is the ability to “allow” the one being loved to experience the “mystery of life” without continued assistance that could jeopardize or stagnate their spiritual growth; becasue in the display of unconditional love, one learns the meaning of the old saying “sometimes to love is to let go.”
On the other side of this equation is the psychologically crippling behavior of “enabling.” Enabling involves aiding, assisting and supporting others despite their destructive behavior. Often times, the enabler will allow, and aid, the “agent of chaos” in the acts of harming themselves and their loved ones until inevitable destruction takes place. In this vicious and abusive cycle, many victims are created, directly and indirectly. This then creates a cyclic pattern of pathology that is perpetuated until one is born of that cycle that possess the “divine will” to break that cycle. One must have a truly discerning spirit if they are to avoid making themselves a prisoner to their own goodwill, or worse, they themselves become an “agent of chaos” exhibiting degrees of the behavior (physical, psychological or emotional) they were trying to remedy.
In all good effort, most desire to assist others to see them raise themselves up, change their thoughts and patterns, but often times, when one cannot discern the difference between unconditional love and enabling, the patterns of the “agents of chaos” end up festering inside and mutating the psyche of the one of goodwill. These “agents of chaos” are not to be misunderstood with those that encounter hardship in their life or some type of misfortune. These infectious entities are identified as those that continue the same path of destruction despite the counsel from elders, intelligent and rational assistance and the therapeutic encouragement offered from clinical advice and suggestions. However, growth and advancement, for these individuals, will take place from a more influential level which may either require intervention from 1) a higher source of being or 2) an intervention at a later time when they are more attuned to their higher self. Until one or the other takes place, these entities must be handled with care and discernment.
This type of person has the powerful ability to generate, and maintain, a vicious cycle of destruction that often leads to the demise of innocent people which entered their life for their good and for their eventual progress. The result of imbalance is often times imbalance. Negativity spreads and in some cases, the only assistance that one can receive has to come from a greater plane of knowing and being. It is a charitable service to assist and aid another, but it is also foolish to jeopardize your own divine reward for those that become intoxicated with the world of illusion and the temporary manifestations of feeling. A known fact amongst the wise is that there is an eventual destiny of destruction for those that constantly violate the harmony and the law of the most divine essence of Allah; but it is also known that “man is doomed to perfection.” This paradox basically states that he/she will eventually gain mastery at some stage or degree of their evolution while on the path of “origin and return.” This is an aspect of the symbology behind the allegorical lesson of Lot’s wife turing into a pillar of salt (Genesis 19:26).
It is important to help thy brother and thy sister, but it is also important to not follow the path of self-destruction all under the guise of goodwill. It is a beautiful act to recognize the infinite potential in another person, but the true lesson is for that person to recognize, and use, the potential that remains dormant in their inner sanctorum. You can only provide guidance and instruction, but the “will” and “act” soley belongs to them. It also remain true that you cannot provide supplementation to someone elses (inner) deficiency for they are ultimately responsible for their own salavation.
“If anyone contends with the Messenger even after guidance has been plainly conveyed to him, and follows a path other than that becoming to men of faith, we shall leave him in the path he has chosen, and land him in (a state of) Hell – What an evil refuge!” - The Holy Qur’an Surah 4:115
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