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Is fighting evil a good idea?

Fighting evil is a concept that we all have deeply embedded in us. It is a way of looking at life, of looking at trials that has always been instilled in us. Even in some religions, for centuries, the notion of Good has always been opposed to that of Evil. In our school textbooks, we study wars, we relive them through films but also concretely, in current events in certain countries of the world and in new forms specific to the modern context and issues. Beyond the collective scale, it is also in the more intimate sphere that we can be encouraged to "fight" in the face of adversity, sometimes against our own family, our parents, etc. However, fighting evil is not a good idea. Whether it is by survival, by revenge, by rejection, this way of seeing life limits us, locks us in repetitive and hurtful dynamics for ourselves. Here is an article that helps us understand why this attitude is limiting and how to change it without endorsing or validating negative dynamics.
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Fighting: The reinforcement of our own negativity

Negativity, whether it is lived through an external or internal experience (voices in our head, intrusive thoughts, etc.) will bring into play unconscious memories that resonate more or less strongly with this negativity. The fight against this negativity will have the effect of reinforcing the evil that we carry in our unconscious memories. The more we fight, the more we reject, and the more the dynamics that disturb us come back into our life under different forms and will even increase with time.

In a concrete situation, by choosing to fight to resolve a situation through physical violence rather than calling the police, we will necessarily allow evil to reproduce itself, feeding its negative aspects. Violence attracts violence, because we act exactly like the thing that bothers us, we allow the evil to feed on our own attitude, which reinforces it.

In the intellectual sphere, at the level of our thoughts and intentions, the functioning is the same. At work, if we metaphysically fight our colleagues because we can't stand their criticism, their habitual backbiting, we will feed their negative aspects, and this will continue to reproduce itself schematically and perpetually. We will always hear more criticism, and we will always be asked to enter this dynamic.

True courage is to transform oneself

It's the same thing when you hear people with illnesses "fighting" for recovery or "fighting" their illness. It gives an impression of strength, of courage, and it's true that courage is needed, but not in fighting... it's in accepting, understanding, transforming. And that requires a lot of courage. Because evil is a messenger that wants to tell us something, to make us change our habits, our view of a situation, of a person. Evil speaks to us when we know how to analyze and understand it. And to transform ourselves in the face of the evil that happens to us, to question ourselves, to see what we have to improve and to accept to change, that is true courage.

Fighting evil is an easy solution, if you will, because it is considering that what is negative, bad is outside, that it is not "oneself". This way, we don't have to change, to question ourselves. It is a form of protection against change and improvement. Fighting evil is basically fighting yourself. Fighting what life puts in our way to evolve.

But how can we accept evil without trivializing it, how can we find the right affirmation? This requires understanding. We are always afraid, running away or rejecting what we do not understand in depth. No matter what we fight, it will always come back to us, because Heaven presents us with our negative aspects in order to identify them in ourselves and be able to transform them.


Understanding through the Law of Resonance

Every day, we are confronted with many situations that disturb us, sometimes more or less intensely, to the point of profoundly revolting us depending on the type of words or actions we witness.

The Law of Resonance expresses a simple principle: we attract and we resonate with what we are, in the positive as in the negative, in our qualities as in our defects. It is a scientific fact that elements of the same vibratory frequency vibrate together.

Through the Law of Resonance, we understand that all the evil we see is actually there to allow us to learn from ourselves, to transcend it by developing our qualities. Evil is educational, that is an absolute fact. It exists only to allow us to become aware of hidden parts of ourselves and to develop qualities. Evil is at the service of Good...

To take the example of the co-workers who are critical on a daily basis, through the application of the Law of Resonance, we wonder when we can be critical of ourselves, or of others sometimes. This is what happens when we are internally boiling because we hear our colleague criticizing, complaining for long hours. Inwardly, we ourselves are criticizing and complaining about our colleague, we reproduce the same vibratory frequency. Or, if we don't criticize him/her at the time, it resonates with parts of ourselves that may have criticized in the past and are still lodged in our unconscious, waiting to be cleansed.

Using resonance to learn and grow

We live situations in accordance with who we are deeply, with what we have to learn to evolve towards the best of ourselves. When we understand this in depth, we use each of these "disturbing" situations to come back to ourselves, to identify the negative in us, and we transform it. Thus, we evolve in respect of our values and in respect of the rhythm of evolution of others. And finally, our consciousness changes positively, and our environment too, in accordance with ourselves, our vibrations, our qualities, and our flaws in transformation.