Jealousy

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, April 13, 2012


Jealousy creates a negative impact on oneself as well as the energy it sends out to others.

What brings on jealousy and what is it origin?

Its origin lies in insecurity and emptiness within one's self.

When someone is jealous of someone's life, situation or happiness, it brings forth irritation and frustration within.

This is something that needs to be examined by the person experiencing jealousy.

You may ask yourself,... "Why is it that I cannot be truly happy for this person"? "What is it inside of me that is void"?

Once these feelings are examined with a clear conscious, an answer will come.

The answer may not feel comfortable, but it will speak truths.

Truths from God.

When one can rid of their own issues and set them aside for a moment to feel others joy, it will bring back joy to them.

When one can honestly feel the happiness of another, enlightenment will be found.

This opening into sharing with others in their joy will allow the ability to receive it naturally.

Jealousy destroys.

Sharing heals.

"Envy is a littleness of soul, which cannot see beyond a certain point, and if it does not occupy the whole space feels itself excluded".  ~William Hazlitt, Characteristics, 1823
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Jealousy

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, April 13, 2012


Jealousy creates a negative impact on oneself as well as the energy it sends out to others.

What brings on jealousy and what is it origin?

Its origin lies in insecurity and emptiness within one's self.

When someone is jealous of someone's life, situation or happiness, it brings forth irritation and frustration within.

This is something that needs to be examined by the person experiencing jealousy.

You may ask yourself,... "Why is it that I cannot be truly happy for this person"? "What is it inside of me that is void"?

Once these feelings are examined with a clear conscious, an answer will come.

The answer may not feel comfortable, but it will speak truths.

Truths from God.

When one can rid of their own issues and set them aside for a moment to feel others joy, it will bring back joy to them.

When one can honestly feel the happiness of another, enlightenment will be found.

This opening into sharing with others in their joy will allow the ability to receive it naturally.

Jealousy destroys.

Sharing heals.

"Envy is a littleness of soul, which cannot see beyond a certain point, and if it does not occupy the whole space feels itself excluded".  ~William Hazlitt, Characteristics, 1823
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Jealousy

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, April 13, 2012


Jealousy creates a negative impact on oneself as well as the energy it sends out to others.

What brings on jealousy and what is it origin?

Its origin lies in insecurity and emptiness within one's self.

When someone is jealous of someone's life, situation or happiness, it brings forth irritation and frustration within.

This is something that needs to be examined by the person experiencing jealousy.

You may ask yourself,... "Why is it that I cannot be truly happy for this person"? "What is it inside of me that is void"?

Once these feelings are examined with a clear conscious, an answer will come.

The answer may not feel comfortable, but it will speak truths.

Truths from God.

When one can rid of their own issues and set them aside for a moment to feel others joy, it will bring back joy to them.

When one can honestly feel the happiness of another, enlightenment will be found.

This opening into sharing with others in their joy will allow the ability to receive it naturally.

Jealousy destroys.

Sharing heals.

"Envy is a littleness of soul, which cannot see beyond a certain point, and if it does not occupy the whole space feels itself excluded".  ~William Hazlitt, Characteristics, 1823
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